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Valley of the Sun Mortuary and Cemetery

10940 East Chandler Heights Rd, Chandler, AZ

OBITUARY

Kristi Rene HILL

July 30, 1971August 10, 2019

Kristi Rene (Mae) Hill, 48, a resident of Gilbert, AZ, unexpectedly passed away on August 10th, 2019. She was born on July 30, 1971, the youngest of three children to Jerry and Patsy Murphy in Riverside, CA. Kristi graduated from Inglemoor Senior High in Bothell Washington, and then moved to Arizona in 1999 following her parents and siblings. Kristi met Rob while playing spades online in 2001 and fell quickly in love. She has touched so many people and has a large group of friends that she has built over the years. Kristi was always laughing, smiling and loved life. She could light up any room and everyone wanted to be around her. Kristi always put her kids first and was one of the best moms anyone could ask for. She was one of the most unselfish people you would ever meet. She is survived by her husband Rob, daughters Kayla Ferrendelli (Son-in-law Jon) and Alyssa Courtney (Son-In-law Ralph), sons Zak & Caleb Hill, Mother Patsy Murphy, and sisters Kelli Carey and Traci Toupin.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, August 19, 2019

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Brianne Henry

August 19, 2019

Kristy was always such a fun person to be around, always smiling. Her and my husband Kevin used to love to sing Love Shack during karaoke nights, I will always remember those fun loving nights. My deepest sympathies to the family.

Shawn Hill

August 18, 2019

I will never forget the impossible drive. My brother needed me. His truck in Chicago his future in Arizona. I hugged him kissed him and told him I will see you there. Truck not in good shape but I had this. Night one Chicago to my home Haltom City. Done night 2 Arizona never been there till now. As I drove through the lot looking for where my brother was I finally see a door open and a woman talking about being sorry the banana bread was not made. At first I wondered if this day was crazy. Somehow though she knew I was his brother. I realized once I seen my brother face why he went as fast as he could for he was not going to take a chance on his future any longer. He was so happy and laid back not a care in the world at that time. For his world at that moment was perfect. He had not quite wife yet and his brother under his roof. There was nothing for him to worry about. In our family this is always a hard thing to accomplish for some reason. My brother had hard times and stuck with it always to say how wonderful she is. I just watched when I could and listened all the time. Once they got to each it was like nothing I had ever known. My brother was free. His breathing changed to deep full breaths the medication he was on he did not need anymore. His ice cold palms were hot, my brother was living now not just surviving any longer Robert Olden Hill was l.i.v.i.n.g. he had found the one that made him complete. With is chest pulled up and a pep in his step I had never seen a smile like I know something you dont know always on his face. I have never known of Kristi to say a bad word about anyone. I have never known of anyone getting by with saying a bad word about anyone if she was around she would be having an talk with you for thinking like that. When I left I was afraid I was loosing a brother. It did not take long for me to realize I had gained a deviled egg eating sister and some rare steak eating nieces that made my brother complete.

Nino Di Giulio

August 17, 2019

Rob, I am so sorry for your loss. Kristi was one of a kind. Sweet, respectful and always willing to lend an ear. Her smile will last forever and she will be missed my many who crossed her path. My prayers are with you and your entire family. God Bless you.

Amy Kweder

August 17, 2019

We lived by you all in San Tan and my boy Drew was friends with Zak. Hadn’t seen you in a while til Jersey Boys at Gammage. Saw Kristi in line at the ladies room. As it had been a while, it took us a minute to recognize each other. Of course, within seconds we were cutting up and laughing. I am so very sorry for your loss. Kristi was a fun lady who clearly deeply loved her beautiful family.

Lenny Johnston

August 14, 2019

Rob and Family....words cannot even describe my sadness for your loss... every time I saw the both of you ...I saw happiness....and a wonderful couple.... I've always enjoyed you're company...on Saturdays and Sundays during football season... my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family during this difficult time... I truly hope through God and Family will help you find strength and compassion...

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