December 24, 1974 – June 27, 2018
Ché Hill, age 43, formerly of Chicago, Illinois passed away on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 in Tampa, Florida.
Ché was born December 24, 1974 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Pernod Hill and Marcellina Leverette. Fulltime Minister, Author, and Entrepreneur. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his loving wife, Kimberly Hill; daughter, Amoni Watson; sister, Devonna Davis and her husband Eric; nieces, Sydney and Taylar and great-niece, Alyvia. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.blountcurryterraceoaks.com.
- Memorial Service Saturday, July 7, 2018
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July 31, 2018
Dear Kim and family members . Even though I did not know Brother Che’ long , I was impressed by his steadfastness in continuing to come to worship in the Kingdom Hall to worship our Loving Father through his sickness . He knew where to receive comfort . I’m eager for the resurrection mentioned at John 11:25 so I can ask him about his preaching work in D.R. I must be patient . May Christian Love from Jehovah God continue to be with Kim and the other family members .
July 2, 2018
My husband and I have deep and fond memories of our nephew in law Che’ Hill, married to our niece, Kim. Che’s outstanding love for Jehovah God and his love for the ransom sacrifice of Jesus Christ was his primary motivation . We believe that love was the reason he chose our niece as his loving wife. Together, Che’ and Kim simplified their lives and sacrificed material things to support teaching others about God’s will on a full-time basis without pay. Che’s gentlemanly mild manner and ability to convey his convictions with a strong poetic voice allowed him to motivate others to follow his example of faith and love. But Che’ was also balanced. He was also a fun-loving individual and at our family gatherings, many times Che’ was the life of the party. Che’ was a truly loved member of the Hill-Darden family.
We are convinced that we will miss Che’ for only a short time since we are confident we will welcome him back at the promised resurrection (John 5:28 &29).
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