Sadie M. Hill

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Sadie M. Hill, 93, a long-time resident of Chalk Bluff, passed away Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at a local care center. Funeral services will be 10AM Friday, December 18th at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Steve Jackson officiating. Burial will follow at Moore Cemetery in Chalk Bluff. Visitation will be 6 to 8PM Thursday, December 17th at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Sadie was born September 12, 1916 in Elk to James and Lula (Smith) Carter. She married Jack Hill on January 27, 1934 in Aquilla. She worked at several dress shops in Waco including Jean Marie, Cox

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  1. Bobbie Woodruff Bills

    I will always hold a special place in my heart for Ms. Sadie. Such a dear christian lady with a sweet smile, delightful laugh, and compassion for all she knew. My prayers are with the family now, but know that she is home with her Lord today.

  2. Steve, Lori, Reagan and Lauren,

    I’m so sorry for Sadie’s passing but know that she’s with the Lord. She and Mother are probably having a fine time getting caught up on stuff!! Please know that my prayers are with ya’ll and I love you!

  3. Carrie Farnsworth

    I love you so much Aunt Sadie! Thank you for being such an inspiration and such a joy in my life. Even on a bad day, I could visit with Aunt Sadie for 5 minutes, see that beautiful smile, listen to the joy in her laughter and stories and know that everything was going to be OK. You will be missed so much, but Heaven will be a happier place with you in it. Until we meet again…God Bless you!

  4. Carolyn, Keith, Suzanne … and Hill family:
    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Sadie was such a special lady and we will miss greatly. God’s grace and peace be with you during your time of grief.

  5. Cynthia R Lawson

    Don, Nila and Family,

    I am saddened to hear of the loss of your Mother/Grandmother. I know she was a fine Christian lady whom you will miss very much.

    Please know my prayers and thoughts are with all of you at this time. May your many beautiful memories and the strength sustained through our Lord give you comfort in the days ahead.

    Sincerely,
    Cynthia R. Lawson

  6. Debbie Williamson

    Ricky,
    You know I loved your mom. She was always so sweet to me. I will be thinking of you and your family. I know how hard it is.

  7. May our gracious Lord give you comfort during your time of loss. Our loss is heavens gain.

  8. Eddie & Kay Robertson

    Our prayers and sympathy go out to the family during this difficult time. We know Mrs. Hill was a very special Christian lady and we know she will be missed by all who knew her.

    May God Bless you all during the days and weeks ahead.

  9. To the entire Hill family,

    I know God is continuing to comfort you during this time. Sadie was one of His angels walking among us. She always displayed a genuine smile and a kind word. She was just the sweetest lady I have known. We will miss you for now Granny but can take comfort knowing that we will see you again.

  10. Prayers from our hearts to family and friends who will miss you. You were a blessing to us all….

  11. many prayers go out to your family at this time.
    may god bless each of you in the days an years to come.

  12. Jimmy & Cyndi Sykora

    Dear Ricky, Connie and Family,
    We know this is so hard for all of you. We pray God sends his fastest angels to comfort your family during this time. We will always remember Granny Hill as one of the sweetest, loving, Christian women we’ve ever known. She will be missed by so many. May the Peace of the Lord be with you all.
    The Sykora Family

  13. Joel and Tami Cox

    Always a smile…always uplifting and totally funny! I remember bisquits and gravy at the kitchen table with stories of the old days and her concerns about how my life was going! She was my angel and I can’t wait to see her again as we visit with The Master together!!

  14. I consider myself one of the luckiest people to grow up around Aunt Sadie. Her smile lit up a room, her laugh was infectious. Her age was 93, she knew no age boundaries. In heart she was always a little girl.

  15. joline scarborough Primrose

    So sorry to hear of Sadie’s death, I remember her from the Carter reunions and my mother Alma Carter Scarborough spoke of her often.

  16. Judy & Stephen Kemp & Family

    Sadie was such a wonderful, loving person. She always had a hug to share. She will be greatly missed. She is with our Lord and Savior and we will meet again one day.
    God Bless each one of you during this time.

  17. Kay Ashley Parks

    I am so sorry to hear about such a lovely lady passing.

  18. Dear Hill Family,
    I have been blessed to know Sadie and I will miss her. She always had a smile on her sweet face and I loved the thought that she was so independent at her age. We all loved to hear her stories of have things used to be in the old days at Chalk Bluff. You had a wonderful sweet person in Sadie. God Bless you all and know that she is in a wonderful place. Love always,
    Kim Meredith

  19. Laura & Barry Shank

    Connie,
    We are so sorry to hear about your Mother-In-Law’s passing. She is with God during this Christmas Season. Please know we will be praying for you and your family.

  20. Marianne Donahew

    Everyone will truely miss Miss Sadie. Sadie has be in and out of my life since I was a little girl. I never saw her, that she wasn’t smiling. Her children certainly have a mother to be proud of. She was a faithful member of her church and she was a faithful friend to all she met. God has truely taken one like him home.

  21. Michael and Sylvia Hicks

    Our deepest sympathy.

  22. Sadie was a "corner stone" of the Chalk Bluff Community. As a child my memories included the Hill Family and McBride Family. We, the Greenwood Family shared the pleasure of being neighbors with these fine folks. I will miss Sadie’s love for life, watching her stop at the mailbox for her mail, stopping to chat now and then. Heaven has welcomed a wonderful angel to watch over us. It was a privelege to have known that sweet lady.

  23. Mindy Van Wyk-Christian

    Our dearest Aunt Sadie (Sadie Mae!): We will miss you deeply, but are hearts will be filled with warmth each time we think of you and remember your sweet laughter and joyful face. I look forward to seeing you again one day. Praise God for your beautiful life, and your light that shines so brightly!

  24. To a sweet lady, our aunt Sadie. I can only imagine the homecoming that took place this morning in Heaven with our Lord, her brothers and sisters, her parents, her husband, and her son. You have been a rock to many of us and a light to our family. We will miss you so much.

  25. Sandra Windham Aberanthy

    Morris and I send our love and prayers. Your mom was such a delight and joy to all who knew her. She was a wonderful mother and her kids are the proof of her lasting impression on us all.

  26. Shelley Coleman Johnson(class of 72)

    May God embrace you and your family with His love and confort at this time

  27. Allison,
    God bless you and yours in your time of sorrow.

  28. She was a very sweet lady—she will be greatly missed.

  29. Todd and Connie Meek

    I am truly saddenned to hear about Sadie’s passing away. I remember her fondly as a SS teacher at Chalk Bluff. Also every year she was a big part of vacation bible school. My thoughts and prayers are with Donnie, Carolyn, and Ricky. Sadie is visiting with Robert and his son. I am now a dialysis patient and will be in treatment Friday AM, so I will not be able to attend the funeral. Also I am having a minor surgery today, and will miss the visitation. My heart felt prayers and condolences are with you, the whole family.

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