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Ronald D. "Bulldog" Hill

November 12, 1932 - December 24, 2011

Ronald D. “Bulldog” Hill, 79 of  Moundsville, WV passed away on Saturday, December 24, 2011.

He was born on November 12, 1932 the son of the late Harry Leonard Hill and Olive E. Taylor Hill.

He was a Christian by faith and a Truck Driver by trade for 30 years.  He served in the Army, in the Korea Infantry.

Ronald was also an owner in the Bar business for 30 years.  He loved yard sales and antiquing.

In addition to his parents he is predeceased by his loving wife of 14 years, Sally Ann Kirby Hill in 1971; his daughter, Rhonda Boysworth; two brothers, Robert Lee “Dick” Hill and Alfred Lee “Buck” Hill; four sisters, Mary Elizabeth Hill, Dorothy Grall, Juanita Mae Hill and Eileen Virginia Hill.

 

Ronald is survived by his son Lonnie (Tammy Sue) Hill of Moundsville, WV; daughter, Glenna (Frank) Williams of Moundsville, WV; three brothers, Frank Hill, Sherman (Marlis) Hill and Bill (Mary Anne) Hill all of Moundsville, WV; three sisters, Shirley Mason (Dave), Jean (Dean) Colvin and Bernice Stanley all of Moundsville, WV; four granddaughters, Sarah Hill, Sally Williams and Crystal Kiebaso all of Moundsville, WV and Leann Mason of North Carolina; two grandsons, Franklin and Ronald Williams both of Moundsville, WV; and ten great-grandchildren.

 

A Memorial gathering will be held on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 10am until the time of service at 11am in the CARE Chapel with Pastor Paul K. Smith officiating.  Interment will be held at the convenience of the family

 

In Lieu of flowers, contributions for Ronald Hill may be sent to:  Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund, P.O. Box 33099, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0003.

 

Arrangements entrusted to CARE Funeral  and Cremation Service, 1500 Second St., Moundsville, WV.

 

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