May 21, 1947 - February 25, 2015
Frances Thompson Hill died Wednesday, February 25, at her home in West Point following a courageous battle with cancer. Throughout her illness she was surrounded by devoted friends and family members. Frances was born May 21, 1947 in Clay County. She was the daughter of the late Frances Inez Goode Thompson and Jim Webber Thompson, also deceased. She is survived by her husband William Lee "Gert" Hill who she married on May 27, 1966. Survivors also include their sons Jacob Lee "Jake" Hill of West Point and William Calvin "Cal" Hill (Kelley) of Signal Mountain, Tenn. Grandchildren include William Austin Hill and Sara Frances Hill who were her greatest joy and the loves of her life. She is survived by one brother, William "Bud" Thompson (Norma) and sisters Patricia May (Adrian) and Jimmy Hollingsworth; father-in-law Odie Lee Hill of West Point, and numerous nieces and nephews. Her mother-in-law, the late Beatrice Walls Hill preceded her in death. Frances had some very special friends who supported her throughout her illness and were with her to the very end. She always felt Norma Atkins, Faye Michel, Lucy Byrd, Jackie Cordle Parham, Sara Claire Green and Janice Scalzo Kisner were as close as sisters. Frances was a retired realtor and insurance agent. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in West Point and a former board member of First Methodist Child Development Center. She was active in the West Point Pilot club where she served as president. She was also a delegate to numerous Pilot International Conventions and served on the Pilot International Board of Directors. Services will be conducted at 12 noon Friday at First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jeff Shannon officiating. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. Pallbearers; William "Bubba" Atkins, Kenny Dill. Donald Kisner Ken Dill, Wilkes Bryan and Perry Green. Honorary pallbearers are her friends and her First United Methodist Church family. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church or the Sally Kate Winters Home for Children.
Frances Thompson Hill died Wednesday, February 25, at her home in West Point following a courageous battle with cancer. Throughout her illness she was surrounded by devoted friends and family members. Frances was born May 21, 1947 in Clay... View Obituary & Service Information
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