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Levi Harvey Hill Jr.

June 14, 1948April 16, 2021

Levi Harvey Hill Jr., of Richmond, California, was the 2nd of nine children born to the proud parents Levi Harvey Hill, Sr. and Carrie Mae Anderson Hill on June 14, 1948 in Monroe, Louisiana.

In 1951, the family moved to Richmond, CA where they united with Providence Baptist Church in Richmond under the leadership of Pastor D. LeVeaux.

In 1953, he started kindergarten at Cortez Elementary School and later transferred to Coronado Elementary School. He attended Roosevelt Junior High and Harry Ells High School, excelling in Track & Field and graduated in June 1966.

After graduation, Levi worked at E & H Electronics until he was drafted into the U. S. Army in 1967. He was stationed in the DMZ in Korea and honorably discharged in 1969. After returning to Richmond, Levi attended Contra Costa College and obtained his degree in Automotive Mechanics.

Levi worked at the Mare Island Shipyard in Vallejo, CA in the early 1970's, as a submarine machinist until his retirement in 1995. After his retirement, he became a freelance photographer, self-employed auto mechanic and a "jack of all trades."

Levi was always helping someone. His mantra was "If I can, help somebody."

On Friday, April 16, 2021, after a beautiful day with his family, God called Levi home and he quietly and calmly answered His call.

A public viewing will be held for Levi on Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 3:00PM - 6:00PM in the Main Chapel of Fuller Funerals, Inc.

The Celebration of Levi's life will be held at 11:00AM on Friday, April 30, 2021 at North Richmond Missionary Baptist Church located at 1427 Fred Jackson Way, Richmond, CA. He will be interred at Rolling Hills Memorial Park, 4100 Hilltop Drive, Richmond, CA 94803.


  • Public Viewing

    Thursday, April 29, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, April 30, 2021

  • Interment

    Friday, April 30, 2021


Levi Harvey Hill Jr.

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Carol Macon

April 29, 2021

Levi, you were such a wonderful friend and “brother” to my family; the Spencer family. We all loved you like a brother. I know that you are at home with the Lord and continuing to watch over your family and friends. When we met at various memorial services over the years, we would always make the joke that “we have to stop meeting like this!” I’ll miss you so much. You were my brother number six! Rest in the arms of the Lord.
Carol Spencer Macon

Portia Washington

April 28, 2021

Uncle Levi, it was great to have you as part of our family. You brought me joy and wisdom of life. May you rest in the Lord. You will be missed. But you have joy now. Save a seat for me. Say hello to Uncle Sonny an Gearld. You all are together again. God Bless you Uncle Levi!!

Portia Washington