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Memphis Funeral Home

5599 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN

OBITUARY

Nathan Hill

March 1, 1989September 28, 2019
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Nathan Alan Hill, son of Mark and Diana Hill, died on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at home at the age of 30.

Known by “Nate” to his friends, Nathan was born in Memphis, Tennessee on March 1, 1989. He graduated from Collierville High School in the class of 2007. He attended the University of Tennessee at Martin and then graduated from Middle Tennessee State University. His working career included time spent with State Farm Insurance Company and National Lift Company.

In high school Nathan worked at Spring Creek Ranch. He loved to play golf which he played with his Uncle Mark. He loved all sports and especially enjoyed watching the Memphis Tigers, Grizzlies and the Tennessee Titans.

Nathan had a magnetic and outgoing personality. He never met a stranger. He had a kind heart and was very loving, especially to his family who was very important to him.

Along with his parents Mark and Diana, Nathan is survived by his brother Adam Hill; paternal grandparents Bennie & Mary Jacqueline Hill; Aunt Marcia Law; Uncle Mark Singleton and several cousins.

Family and friends are invited to a memorial gathering on Tuesday, the 8th of October from 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at The Orchard Church, 3690 S. Houston Levee Road, Collierville, TN 38017. Online condolences, floral offerings and directions may be found through www.memphisfuneralhome.net.

  • FAMILY

  • Mark Hill, father
  • Diana Hill, mother
  • Adam Hill, brother
  • Bennie Hill, paternal grandfather
  • Mary Jacqueline Hill, paternal grandmother
  • Marcia Law, aunt
  • Mark Singleton, uncle
  • He also leaves behind several cousins.

Services

  • Memorial Gathering Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Memories

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Kathy Brown

October 8, 2019

I will miss seeing Nathan and having him come by the house. He always gave me a hug, and would sit down to play with our dog.
I remember one time Nathan opening the refrigerator door and got out a full pitcher of red Kool Aid, and dropped it! It went everywhere, you can only imagine but he diligently cleaned it up and then hugged me afterwards. He was kind and very affectionate and that’s a reflection on his family. My son I know misses him. I pray Nathan will watch over all his friends and give them the strength to make good choices and keep living life.

Johnnie Ford

October 8, 2019

On behalf of Fourthday Ministries and the Johnnie Ford family, we sincerely send our love and condolences. We grieve with you and pray for God’s comfort and peace , beyond understanding, surround you in this sad time for your family.

Pamela Buckley

October 8, 2019

It is hard to remember a time when Nathan was not popping into our house with Will, our youngest. They have been best friends since high school. He would come in and ALWAYS hug me and say,'Hi. Mrs. Buckley'. From watching ballgames with us to going to Pickwick with us, he was always just bubbling over with friendliness and eagerness to do things. I can't imagine not hearing him again.
Our hearts and condolences go to his family. But that is so inadequate to convey our sadness for their loss. To be blessed by having Nathan for a short time makes it hard to accept not having him. I hope knowing that there is a great number of friends who miss him will help comfort you in some way.
We are not in Tennessee, but our heart, thoughts, and prayers are with you in this most difficult of times. May God bless your family and Nathan.

Dave and Susan Scruggs

October 7, 2019

We would like to express our deepest condolences to Mark and Diane and all of the family. Even though we had met Nathan only a few times, he was part of our extended family and I know loved so much by his grandmother and grandfather, Jackie and Benny. The loss of a son seems so inappropriate and is such a heart wrenching experience. I wish I had the words to help you, but words seem so lacking, and as parents ourselves we really cannot fathom what you are going through. Being that we are so far away and cannot physically be there to offer our condolences and support, we would like to continue to pray for your healing, understanding, and comfort in the days and weeks ahead. God Bless your family.

Jim Tesorero

October 7, 2019

Mark, Diana and Adam,

We are saddened to hear of Nate's passing. Nathan was a good friend to our son Jimmy, and the Hill family made us fell welcomed when we moved to Collierville in 1993. We Lived across the street and Nate was one of the first to welcome Jimmy to the neighborhood, they became good friends.

Both Nate and Adam helped our two sons Jimmy and Anthony make the transition to a new city, neighborhood and school. We have fond memories of the three years we were your friends and neighbors. Please know that Nate and the Hill family impacted our lives positively,

Nate, Mark, Diana and Adam are in our thoughts and prayers.

Sending Love from Jim, Diana, Jimmy and Anthony Tesorero

Lisa Strasko

October 7, 2019

Words cannot express the sorrow that we feel for the loss of Nathan. We will remember Nathan as always having a smile for us and especially for our 'little girls' when they were young. He was like a playful and fun older brother when they were little and was so kind and gentle with them-always willing to spend time making them laugh. We'll miss you Nathan. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Mark, Diana, Adam and all of your family.

The Straskos

Marilyn Ray

October 6, 2019

Nathan was a very special young man. I worked with him at State Farm and found him to be one of the kindest people I know. He was willing to help in anyway and caring. I loved him and will miss him.

Roger and Penny Moore

October 2, 2019

Nathan always had the sweetest smile and plenty of hugs for us. We will miss him terribly. Please know we are praying for you, Adam, and your entire family. We love y’all. R&P

Cindi Perkins

October 2, 2019

Nathan and my son, Andy, have been best friends since they were five years old. The Hills are our dear friends. When the kids were young, we did everything together-including vacations to Florida and Colorado. Andy and Nathan have always been inseparable. Nathan is like a second son to me. I love him that much! And I will miss him that much. He will always live in my heart. My deepest condolences go to Mark, Diana, and Adam. May God help you find some comfort in the days to come. I’m always here for you!

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Biography

Nathan Alan Hill, son of Mark and Diana Hill, died on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at home at the age of 30.

Known by “Nate” to his friends, Nathan was born in Memphis, Tennessee on March 1, 1989. He graduated from Collierville High School in the class of 2007. He attended the University of Tennessee at Martin and then graduated from Middle Tennessee State University. His working career included time spent with State Farm Insurance Company and National Lift Company.

In high school Nathan worked at Spring Creek Ranch. He loved to play golf which he played with his Uncle Mark. He loved all sports and especially enjoyed watching the Memphis Tigers, Grizzlies and the Tennessee Titans.

Nathan had a magnetic and outgoing personality. He never met a stranger. He had a kind heart and was very loving, especially to his family who was very important to him.

Along with his parents Mark and Diana, Nathan is survived by his brother Adam Hill; paternal grandparents Bennie & Mary Jacqueline Hill; Aunt Marcia Law; Uncle Mark Singleton and several cousins.

Family and friends are invited to a memorial gathering on Tuesday, the 8th of October from 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at The Orchard Church, 3690 S. Houston Levee Road, Collierville, TN 38017. Online condolences, floral offerings and directions may be found through www.memphisfuneralhome.net.