Stanley Hill

Obituary of Stanley Charles Hill

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Stanley Charles Hill, Sr. 66, was born on January 17,1955 in Texarkana, Arkansas to the parentage of the late William B. Hill Sr., and Bertha Mae Gordon Partee. Mr. Hill stepped out of time into eternity on March 08,2021 in Texarkana, Texas. Stanley was a 1973 graduate of Arkansas High, upon graduation he enlisted in the USAF. In 1974 he met and married Sharon LaMay Hill, to this union two children were born. Stanley was a very passionate man about fast cars and had an awesome gift of auto mechanics where he spent his young adult life working with his siblings and father in the family mechanics shop. This passion led him to later continue his education in auto mechanics, at the Houston Auto Mechanic Institute.

Stanley spent several years working in the Houston and Waco are as a truck driver, before returning to his childhood home town of Texarkana.

Stanley was preceded in death by one brother; Richard Hill.


He leaves to cherish his legacy:

Son: Stanley C. (Ladera) Hill Jr of Texarkana, Arkansas.

Daughter: Tasundra (Cedric) Deadner of Ogden, Arkansas.

2 Brothers: William (Wanda) Hill of Mandeville, Arkansas. Jeffery (Rebecca) Hill of Texarkana, Texas.

3 Sisters: Carol Gean McDonald of Texarkana, Arkansas. Beverly Hill of Dallas, Texas. Marjorie Hill Harris of Houston, Texas.

4 Grandchildren, 3 Great-Grand, and a host of relatives and friends.

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11:00 am
Saturday, March 20, 2021
Richardson Hill Funeral Home Chapel
1104 Oak St.
Texarkana, Texas, United States
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