Celebrating The Life Of Loved Ones

Diane Dunn Hill

Diane Dunn Hill, 67, of Oakboro, passed away October 20, 2018 in the Hospice House of Union County.  A graveside service will be held on 2 PM Thursday, October 25, 2018 in the Green Memorial United Methodist Church Cemetery with Rev. Ron Loflin officiating.

Born March 21, 1951 in Stanly County, NC, she was the daughter of the late Gerald Dunn and Ottie Aldridge Dunn.  She was a retired Customer Service Associate at Walmart in Albemarle.  She was of the Baptist Faith.

Mrs. Hill is survived by her husband, Jim E. Hill of Oakboro, stepson James Hill of Badin, stepdaughters Cindy Russell of Albemarle and Jennifer Owens of Badin and step grandchildren CJ Butler, Justin Russell, and Bryson Russell.

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  • Sherry snell Posted October 21, 2018 9:51 pm

    I will miss our.phone calls our shopping trips and all the good times we shared . R.I.P my dear friends and sister i will always have love yoy you in my heart

  • Terry & Elaine Page Posted October 22, 2018 12:56 pm

    With sincere heartfelt sympathy, may you feel God’s love embrace you during this difficult time. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God’s love lift you and hold you close, and give you comfort and peace. Our greatest comfort in sorrow is knowing God is with us.

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