Kerry Hill

Born: Sun., Aug. 14, 1960
Died: Fri., Nov. 30, 2018

Memorial Gathering

3:00 PM Fri., Dec. 07, 2018
Location: Pleasant Grove Baptist Church

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Life Reflections

 Kerry Lee was born August 14, 1960 to the union of  Leonard and Cleo Odell (McElrath) Hill, Sr. in Collinsville, DeKalb County, Alabama. He was reared in loved along with his brothers and sisters.

 Kerry  was baptized and accepted Christ at an early age, uniting with Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Collinsville.

 Kerry, affectionately known as Lil’ Poo, attended school in the city of his birth. Kerry worked for a number of years as a Laborer with several residential construction companies. He was a determined and faithful employee.

 In his spare time, Kerry took pride in being the “go to” mechanic when it came to needing work on your car. He was always the one to call for your car repairs because he truly enjoyed breaking down the repair to the bare basics, just to build it back up to get you back on the road.

 He enjoyed watching college football and was an avid Auburn fan “War Eagle, Hey”! Kerry will be missed by all those that loved him and his pets will mourn their beloved owner, as well.

Our perpetually loving son, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend entered into her eternal rest on Friday, November 30, 2018.

Kerry leaves those to cherish his memory, son, Dwight Hodges, Rome, GA, daughter, Dorian Hodges, Rome, GA; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; five brothers, Leonard Hill, Jr., Samuel Leroy Hill, Mack O’dell Hill, Preston James Hill, Danny Lane Hill; three sisters, Pauline Perkins, Dorothy Jean Green, Shirley Ann (Danny) Thompson; aunts, Josephine Croft, Irene Parker; special friend, Rickey Ford and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

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J Baker
   Posted Fri December 28, 2018
. I would like to express my deepest sympathy to your family for the loss of your loved one. The loss of someone in death can be a very difficult time for families. Grief is a feeling that everyone deals with it in their own way. Jesus reacted to the death of his friend Lazarus even though he had the power to bring him back to life. (John 11:33-35) By resurrecting Lazarus and others Jesus demonstrated on a small scale what he will do as the King of God’s Kingdom worldwide in fulfillment of Jehovah’s promise at Revelation 21:3-5.

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