The funeral service will be held at 12:00 P.M., Sunday, May 20, 2018, Felton Chapel Independent Church, Highway 128, Oglethorpe, Georgia. Burial follow in the Church cemetery.
Deacon Robert Lee Hill was born on August 16, 1938 to the late Matilda Dixon Hill and Robert “Bob” Hill, in Oglethorpe, Macon County, Georgia. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Shirley Ann Hill; a grandson Kimothy Collins; brothers, Willie James Hill, Herbert Lockhart, Jr.; sisters, Annie Maude Walker and Wilmearl Edwards; and mother-in law, Lula Mae Walker. He was educated in the local church schools. He was employed as farmer with Chester Gilmore Farms, Garden Valley Farms, and he retired for the Macon County Board of Education as a Bus Driver. He was a faithful member of Felton Chapel Independent Church where served on the Deacon Ministry and cemetery sexton.
Deacon Hill was joined in holy matrimony to Annie Mae Walker.
He leaves to cherish his memories: a devoted wife of 55 years, Annie Mae Walker Hill, Oglethorpe, Georgia; three children Eugene Hill (Lillie), Oglethorpe, Georgia, Patricia Walker, Reynolds, Georgia, and Raymond Hill (Pearl Collins), Oglethorpe, Georgia; 24 grandchildren; 49 great grandchildren; sisters, Bobby Ann McCrary (Ernest), Oglethorpe, Georgia, Elizabeth Hill (J.W.) Oglethorpe, Georgia, Maxine Daniels, Atlanta, Georgia, Matilda Joiner, Atlanta, Georgia; one brother, Talmadage Hill, Oglethorpe, Georgia; sisters & brother-in-law, Peggy Walker, Oglethorpe, Georgia, Minnie Walker, Atlanta, Georgia, Alice Neil Walker Green (Carl), Oglethorpe, Georgia, Estella Kazinazrul, Oglethorpe, Georgia, Mary Florence Hillmon, Oglethorpe, Georgia, Robert Walker (Catherine), Atlanta, Georgia, Frank Walker, Atlanta, Georgia, J.B. Walker, Atlanta, Georgia, Charlie Walker, Oglethorpe, Georgia, Shirley Lockhart, Perry, Georgia, and Larry Walker, Oglethorpe, Georgia; a host of nieces, nephew, cousins and friends including a nephew he reared as his own, Tony Walker, Oglethorpe, Georgia; devoted cousin, Annie Claude Thomas; and close friends, Robert Wells, Tommy Jones, Willie Joe Daniels, Rev. Willie Waymon, Charles Cannon, Minnie Horne, and Charlie Walker.