Willie L. Hill, 66, formerly of Robbins died Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at The William M. Dunlap Center for Caring, Raleigh North Carolina.
Graveside services will be held 11:00 AM, Thursday, August 4, 2011 at Fall Creek Baptist Church cemetery with the Reverend Robert Gelsthorpe and Reverend Billy Joe Brady officiating.
Mr. Hill was a native of Chatham County and graduated from Bennett High School. He served in the United States Army. After leaving the military he attended Sandhills Community College earning an Associates degree in Criminology. He worked in law enforcement, serving as the Police Chief of Robbins for 12 years, retiring from that position.. He was preceded in death by his parents, Harlie Thomas and Blanch Maness Hill.
Mr. Hill is survived by son: Tony Hill and wife Sharon, of Carthage; daughters: Tammy Nelson and husband Lee, of Fuquay Varina; Angie Erwin and husband Curt, of Greensboro; Christina Hill, of Cameron; grandchildren: Erin, Hannah, Leah, Ryan and Brock.
Memorial may be made to Hospice of Wake County, 200 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC 27607.
Condolences may be made online at www.pinesfunerals.com
Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Hill family.

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  1. I remember Willie Lewis from the time we were little kids playing out in the country where our parents lived. I also attended church with him as a child at Fall Creek Baptist Church. I later knew him when he attended Glendon Christian Church when I was at

  2. Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there’s a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room I shall be able to see.
    Helen Keller
    Daddy you are now pain free!!

  3. I will miss you Papa Willie. The suffering is over. You are home now. You always made me laugh and I will never forget all of the memories we have made. I’ll always be your "Hannah Sue"
    Hannah Hill

  4. Our sympathies go out to Willie’s family. Willie was a kind and giving person, always ready to help someone in need. He was a very understanding person, always willing to listen to both sides of any situation. We had known Willie since his time at RPD. We

  5. Daddy i will miss you. It’s hard to deal with a death and not have you around to talk with. You always listened when mom was sick and you always told me that you were proud of me no matter how tough things were for me. I knew this day would come but I wis

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