OBITUARY

Larry Daniel Hill

May 16, 1946September 17, 2020

Larry Daniel Hill, age 74, of Big Lake, Texas passed away on Thursday, September 17, 2020 in San Angelo, Texas. Larry was born May 16, 1946 in Brady, Texas to Ray and Anna Mae Hill.

Larry married Sharron Prosise on September 25, 1972. He worked in the Oil Field business for most of his life. He had a passion for golf, poker, scratch off tickets and casinos. Larry will always be remembered for his blue eyes, patience and being the best Dad in the world!

Larry was preceded in death by parents Ray and Anna Mae Hill; daughter Christy Hill; brother Victor Hill; grandson Keegan; and son-in-law, Brad Reynolds.

Larry is survived by his wife, Sharron Hill; son Keith Ray Crisp; daughter Angela Quintero; daughter Melissa Hill; daughter Sheba Castillo and husband Leonard; daughter Tammy Hill; daughter Alisha Hill; brother Jackie Hill and wife Elaine, sister Peggy Hill; brother Donnie Hill and wife Leslie; and brother Tommy Hill and wife Deborah; twelve grandchildren and twenty-two great grandchildren.

A private family gathering to celebrate Larry's life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Larry's memory to the Cowboys for Christ Fellowship Church, 1029 E. 7th Street, Big Lake, TX 76932 or by calling 325-450-3811.

The Hill family would like to thank all family and friends for their love and kindness and prayers.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com for the Hill family.

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Stephen Askins

October 1, 2020

I remember in New Mexico Uncle Larry wanted me to come stay at his house so we could watch tv all night we had alot of fun that night and we laughed so much ill never forget how much fun that night was. Uncle Larry was a wonderful man he was always smiling and he could make a mean brisket O I wish i had one of his briskets right now. I love you and miss you Uncle Larry and i know i will see you again and until that day i will never forget you and the memories we share.

Tim & Cathy Sellman

September 21, 2020

Dearest Sharon & Family,
Our Hearts are Breaking for Each of You.
Tim said, “Larry was A Great Old Friend”
We can see Larry’s big smile and that twinkle in his eye every time we saw him. He was so delightful and funny with a big heart full of love.
Sharon, we are Lifting you all in Prayer.
Love you & family,
Cathy&Tim Sellman

Sue Spurgin

September 21, 2020

So sorry Sharon he was always a happy man will be missed.

Jessica Hiney

September 21, 2020

I always enjoyed setting to have lunch with you to talking and joke, having coffee in the morning when you went to work when I came to visit, taking trips with you and Nunnie. I enjoyed growing up around with you in having you in my life Pawpaw. You always had a smile everyday. Rylen and Keira always enjoyed spending this summers with you. I love you and miss you so much Pawpaw.

Alisha HILL

September 20, 2020

My Dad was the most loving, supportive, caring, gentle, forgiving, father. Always quick to forgive and showered me with unconditional love. He supported me in every decision I made about my life. When asked he would share his opinion and always lead me on the path. I love you daddy and miss you already. Alisha

Chris Waddell

September 20, 2020

Prayers for family. RIP Larry.

Perry Askins

September 20, 2020

Uncle Larry has always been so very kind, ready to tell a joke. I can remember how he was always willing to lend a hand went asked. He was also one of the best BarBQ'ers, I've ever known! I remember him pulling a huge grill to any family event and cooking the best brisket anyone has ever tasted!

I will miss him with all my heart! I know God can now enjoy some of the best brisket! Love you always Uncle Larry!!

Linda Rees

September 20, 2020

Sharron,
I'm so sorry to read about your loss. Larry was a wonderful man and I know your heart is broken. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
With deepest sympathy,
Linda Rees

Sharon Plagens

September 20, 2020

Larry was a sweet man to work with at THill
Production in Big Lake. Always up for a good time & discussing the Dallas Cowboys in detail with me. He will be missed by many!

Jack Blakely

September 18, 2020

Larry was a very dear friend. We became good friends several years back playing cards together. Times we will never forget. Unfortunately, this crazy year kept us all from being close together . Larry will always have a “chip and a chair” with us.

FROM THE FAMILY

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