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Brentwood-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home

9010 Church Street East, Brentwood, TN

OBITUARY

Albert Ewing Hill Jr.

February 14, 1948August 31, 2020
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It is with great sadness that the family of Albert Ewing Hill Jr. announce his passing on the afternoon of August 31, 2020, in Nashville Tennessee.

Albert, or Al as friends endearingly called him, was born on Valentines Day 1948, to Albert and Helen HIll, in Nashville, Tennessee. Albert was an entrepreneur in the medical transportation field, and was a valued mentor at Still Water later in life. Al was faithfully dedicated to his sobriety and found great meaning in helping others on their journey to recovery . He was a beloved member of the Friendship House and Let It Happen communities. Albert enjoyed fishing with his son at their Carthage home, and was a world traveler in his younger days. He had recently taken a return trip to India, and enjoyed taking his family on trips to Canada and the Bahamas. Albert made the most out of life.

Albert is survived by son, Sunny Blue Hill, daughter Liberty Star Mccluskey, and granddaughter Sierra Angelina Boisvert. He is also survived by brother, Louis Newman Hill, sister, Kathy Hill Kremer, and nieces Amy Lynn-Hill Periasamy and Aubrey Hill Kremer.

Gathering of Family and Friends will be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at one o’clock in the afternoon with a Celebration of Albert's life at two o’clock at Brentwood-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home 9010 Church St East Brentwood, TN 37027

Memorial may be made in Alberts Honor to 202 Friendship House, 202 23rd Ave North, Nashville, TN 37203 or www.202friendshiphouse.org

Please upload any photos of Albert you may have in this digital photo album for everyone to enjoy. https://photos.app.goo.gl/4DUsTcFkocb2s6TK9

Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, and the limitation of 85 persons for the memorial service, we will be live streaming Mr. Hill's service on our Facebook page. Just search for Brentwood Resch Patton Funeral Home at two o'clock on Tuesday and join us virtually.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

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Steve Yokley

September 21, 2020

For many years Albert lived across the street from me as we attended Percy Priest elementary school, but our friendship continued on through high school. Ben (Perry) Shields, who lived a block or so away, was the other member of our three musketeers and we went everywhere together through much of our childhood. We were often in the middle of some neighborhood mischief, much like the little rascals of TV fame. We rode bikes everywhere we went from the little market at the Hwy100/70 split to the Granny White market (Whitmore's) and on to the drug store counter beside David Lipscomb. Saturday mornings would often find us riding the bus to downtown to catch a movie and lunch at the Krystal or Hershel's Tic Tock. I cannot think about the growing up years without thinking of Albert. Great memories to have and to hold on to.

Tony Birmingham

September 19, 2020

Al and I met in the 90's thru mutual friends. Al was really a good friend to all who knew him and a good man. Al did love to go to Bahamas and enjoyed taking friends and family with him. I got to go with Al, Sunny and Lib in 2007. I've included a picture of Al, Lib, and Sunny outside Johnny Canoes Cable Beach. We went on Junkanoo night and it was a great time and a great memory. Thanks so much Al and I sure will miss you.

Steve Mills

September 17, 2020

Al was a kind, loving and gentle soul who I knew from his service to the suffering alcoholic. I also saw him frequently at the downtown YMCA where he always took a genuine interest in the events of my life. I always walked away from those encounters with Al feeling uplifted. He valued his work at Still Waters very highly. He was just an all around good guy. I am deeply saddened by his sudden passing.

Loy Hardcastle

September 10, 2020

Al was in my class at BGA. I remember his laugh as much as anything. He was always so ready to laugh and never seemed to get into trouble like so many of his other classmates did including myself. I'm sure he was that way through his life and will be missed by those who knew him. My thoughts are with the family.

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