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Cynthia Ann Hill, 57, of Sophia passed away Thursday, December 11, 2014 at her residence. Cynthia was born on February 15, 1957 in Randolph Hospital. She was the daughter of the late William Mack Holloman and the late Golda Mae Cook.
She had attended Salisbury Schools, Eastern Randolph High School and Randolph Community College. She had worked in the cafeteria at New Market Elementary School and drove a school bus. Cynthia enjoyed cooking for her family and raising and canning her own food. “Cindy”, as she was called by her friends, had a vibrant and loving spirit. She loved people and never met a stranger. A simple 15 minute trip to the grocery store might turn into an hour.
She was preceded in death by granddaughter Chelsea Hill and sister Debra Rich.
Survivors include her husband of 41 years, Anthony Eugene Hill, Sr.; sons, Anthony Eugene Hill, Jr. and wife, Michelle of Randleman; Joshua Hill and Johnathan Hill both of Sophia; daughters, Shenna Hill of Elizabethtown, and Macy Hill of Asheboro; Step-Father John Cook of Lexington; Brother, Jody Holloman of Salisbury; sister, Brenda Berrier of Lexington and 4 grandchildren; Tristen Hill, Lindsey Hill, Noah Hill, and Taylor Parker.
Memorial Services will be held at a later date.
Online condolences can be made to the Hill family at www.carolinacremation.com. Carolina Cremation of Salisbury and Charlotte is assisting the Hill family.
Kim Joyce says
I first met Cindy when I became best friends with her daughter Shenna in the seventh grade, she always treated me so good, she was a second mom to me for a long time, I will miss her terribly! Her remarkable character and unwaivering devotion to God are things to inspire us all! I love you Cindy! My family and I send our deepest heartfelt condolences to Hill Family
jimmy and kathy hill says
Cindy,was a great sister in law ,we did alot as our kids were young,i have some very fond memories,and videos of her joyish face and laughter.when i first seen her she was 15 years old , and that long blonde hair just stood out, what a pretty girl!,she is with the lord now where we all hope to be one day , but we will miss that wonderful person among us , love ya cindy ,see ya soon
Cheryl Eads says
I worked with Cindy the first year I worked in Randolph County Schools, she was a very sweet and loving person she made my days go well @ New Market and I know she will be missed by many, as for the family I will be praying for you in the days ahead, she talked a lot about y’all and loved you much.
Hill family I am so sorry for your loss. May John 5:28,29. Jennifer
Donna Callicutt says
Anthony and family we are so sorry for your loss.
Donna, Rodney, Jeff and Gwen
Terrie & Alanna Fisher says
Belated Condolences from Terrie and Alanna Fisher as well as The Clodfelter’s. So deeply sorry for your loss.Alanna loved her Mrs.Hill deeply and our family will miss her so much. Cyndi and Tony would always come to Alanna’s birthday party’s each year .Cyndi always took care of my Alanna on the school bus and I loved her for that. Alanna will be very sad and will miss her Mrs.Hill as she asked about her almost every day. I am so sorry this is belated but I know Cyndi is with her heavenly Father now…..Terrie and Alanna Fisher