Codie Jo Hill
October 17, 1977 – December 17, 2018
Codie Jo Hill, 41, of San Antonio, TX, joined her Savior in her eternal home Monday, December 17, 2018. Codie Jo was born to Dusty Hill & Rhonda Jo Hill October 17, 1977 in Houston TX. She graduated from Spring Woods High School in Houston in 1997. She received a degree in Political Science Pre-Law with honors from the University of St. Thomas in 2001. Codie took pride and great joy in raising her sons, Joseph Hill, age 9, and William Henry, age 7.
She was a lifetime member of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Association & was a member of the Barbeque Committee Office. She was also a founding member of the rodeo’s Petite Piglets organization. She was raised in Spring Branch Presbyterian Church in Houston of which she was still a member and she was active at Northern Hills United Methodist Church in San Antonio.
Additionally, Codie was a strong advocate of organ donation. As a transplant recipient herself, she understood the importance of being a donor, and because Codie was a registered donor, burn victims will recover, amputees will walk again, and someone who was blind, now will have sight.
She was preceded in death by her great-grandparents Bea Bea and Papa Bryant, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Tremble, and Jessie Kite Smith; grandparents Myrl “Mom” Hill and Ron and Peggy Tremble, better known as “Ma” and “Pa”; uncles Stanley Garvin and Rocky Hill; aunt Jane Garvin Aiken; and several other uncles and aunts. Surviving Codie are her father Dusty Hill, mother Rhonda Jo Hill, sons Joseph and William, Charleen Hill, her beloved friend Debra DiCarlo Herring, Jack West, aunt Sue Garvin Shadix, aunt Joy Hill, uncle Dan Tremble and wife Julia, Colin Gray(Tiffany), Taryn Gray, Karye Maine(Bryan), uncle Don Tremble and wife Barbara, cousin Ron Man Tremble, other family and numerous friends. And family dog CarCar.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Your Health First Education (It’s a 501(c)3), its mission is to educate the public on liver disease, obesity, nutrition. Dr Joseph Galati, 6560 Fannin St Ste 2050, Houston TX 77030, Spring Branch Presbyterian Church, 1215 Campbell Rd Houston TX 77055 and Northern Hills United Methodist Church, 3703 N. Loop 1604 E., San Antonio, TX 78247.
Expressions of gratitude and appreciation, from the family, to the many friends and relatives, who enriched the precious life of Codie Jo Hill.
Dr. Joseph Galati
6560 Fannin St. STE 2050 , Houston , Texas 77055
Spring Branch Presbyterian Church
1215 Campbell Rd., Houston, Texas 77055
Northern Hill United Methodist Church
3703 N. Loop 1607 E. , San Antonio, Texas
- Visitation Thursday, January 3, 2019
- Visitation and Concurrent Refreshments Friday, January 4, 2019
- Celebration of Life Friday, January 4, 2019
- Graveside Service Friday, January 4, 2019
Codie Jo Hill
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January 4, 2019
She was a very sweet person and a great mother and she was loved by so many family and friends. You will be missed but your in Heaven with our Lord. So you can watch over your babies.
January 3, 2019
To Dusty & Rhonda: I heard about this through Juli Hamilton's post, and I just want to extend my sincerest sympathy to Codie's parents. I lost my first-born son, Scott, 3 years ago, so I really know how you're hurting. All I can say is - I'm so sorry for your loss. May God be with you at this time, and may you dwell only on the 'good memories' when enough time passes.
You both know me through my employment at Cutter Bill's, and I truly care about you both.
Marjorie Hopkins (Kennedy)
January 2, 2019
The year after I graduated I went to Codie's Senior Prom with her and a group of friends. From the pre-prom, pre game at the Hyatt Regency, dinner at Pappas Bros Steakhouse and the limo ride to Victorian Condos in Galveston, it was such a fun night. Codie had an smile that could brighten any room and she was such a kind person. She made everyone feel welcome and even though we lost touch after many years, I have no doubt we could have picked up where we left off. She is now a Guardian Angel for all those left behind. I know God welcomed her with open arms.
January 1, 2019
I met Codie. Ronda and her beautiful babies when they were both infants. I was her personal hairstylist. Not only did she became my client but we became very good friends. I always had the pleasure of assisting her at my salon . I just gotta say that she was a sweet Loving caring person and also a wonderful mother that well greatly be missed. I will miss you too much my dear friend and will have sweet memories of you. Love ya! RIP Codie. Until we meet again. ♡♡♡
January 1, 2019
I met Codie in 6th grade. We were not close friends until high school, and for the next 10 years, we'd be almost inseparable. Going to Tiger football games, prom, and graduation together, and just hanging out every chance we got. Through the births of my sons, she was there. CJ was the first person to come over and watch my firstborn while I showered and napped. She knew just what I needed without my asking. Then, she and her mother, Rhonda were in the maternity room while I was in labor with my third son. That is a special memory. She had a heart of gold, and a smile so warm, everyone just loved to be around her. She will be greatly missed, especially by her sweet mother, her father and her precious baby boys. It gives me great comfort knowing she is now in the presence of Our Heavenly Father and her grandparents.
January 1, 2019
We met Codie when Carrie was in elementary school. We became friends with the whole family through the girls friendship. We shared many beautiful times with Rhonda and Codie. Our heartfelt prayers are sent to her family. We love and remember you sweet girl. Heaven has surely received an angel.
December 31, 2018
Codie was one of the first people I met freshman year of high school. We immediately became friends. Codie had a loving heart and personality that made you feel cared for and included when you were with her. Although I lost track of Codie after high school, I often thought of her. Codies charm, kind heart and loving personality will always be remembered. She is not lost, she will always be in my heart. We will all get to see her again when we reach heaven.
December 31, 2018
My best memory of Codie Jo was when she was about 3 and I babysat her. I would crank up "Call Me" by Blondie and she knew all the words. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Lisa Rowland Schultz