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“I so wish I could be there with the family but know my thoughts are there with you. Papa was welcomed by friendly faces and the love of his life. I...Read More »
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“We were so happy that Charles came out to the Yates reunion on 6/30/12. Our thoughts & prayers are with the family during this time of sorrow. ”
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Charles F. Hill, 95, of Fayette City, went to be with the Lord, on July 9, 2012, in Jefferson Regional Medical Center. A son of the late Charles W. and Nancy C. Yates Hill, he was born in Brownstown (Fayette City) on August 4, 1916. Charles was a lifelong resident of Fayette City, he had been a member of the Fayette City Christian & Missionary Alliance Church for many years. He retired from U.S. Steel in 1979 where he worked as a design draftsman. Survivors include one son, Robert Hill, of Fayette City, three daughters and two sons-in-law, Nancy and Albert Zamiska of Beallsville, Jeanne and Bob Kasparek of Grindstone, Naomi Hill (Dave Albright) , of Fayette City, one daughter-in-law, Pat Hill, of North Pole, Alaska, fourteen grandchildren, David Hill, Deborah Hill Berg, Daniel Hill, Dennis Hill, Brian McKinstry, Bonita Williams, Jeffrey, Jason and Justin Zamiska, Jessica Vojacek, Christopher Hill, Emily Hamer Giordano, Renee Hamer and Brandon Hill, 26 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Jessie Osborne Hill on April 9, 2005, a son, Charles William Hill in 1999, a daughter, Jessie Bernice Batton in 2007, and one brother, Donald Hill. Friends will be received 7 to 9 P.M. Wednesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Thursday in the Ferguson Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., (724-929-5300), 700 Broad Avenue, Belle Vernon. www.FergusonFuneralHomeAndCrematory.com Funeral services will be held in the Fayette City Christian & Missionary Alliance Church on Friday at 10 A.M. with Rev. Paul Cope officiating. Interment will follow in Little Redstone Cemetery.

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