Clarence Hill Jr.

clarence hill jr.

August 22, 1972 ~ February 2, 2017

Hill Jr., Clarence Ray Born to eternal life February 6, 2017 at the age of 44 years. Combined services Saturday, February 11, 2017. Instate 10-11 AM and Funeral 11 AM at Abundant Faith Church located 7830 W. Good Hope Road. Interment, Graceland Cemetery. All services entrusted to: Paradise Memorial Funeral Home 7625 W. Appleton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53222 Phone: 414-461-8000

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  1. Praying God’s comfort for you all, I’m so saddened by this news, he was such a awesome man! I will miss him dearly!

  2. My deepest condolences to the family & friends for the loss of you loved one. May the God of all comfort grant you peace during this very difficult time 1 Peter 5 : 7.

  3. Our deepest condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

    James and Sheila Flowers

    Robert, Jason, Sheila and Michea Flowers

    Janice Moreland and Ivory Young

  4. I am sorry for your loss and will keep your family in my thoughts. May you find comfort in the memories and laughter shared throughout the years.

  5. To the Family of Ray Hill,

    Heaven has gained a True King.

    Words can’t express the sorrow that I share with you during this time. I Pray that God provides Peace and Strength to each of you as you release Ray to the Heavens. All the Love and Laughter that are Families shared and that Big Smile that Ray shared to light up a room, will never be forgotten. Look to the Lord for all your needs and know that you all are Loved very very Much. My deepest Condolences to each of you. Ray was a Gift to all who knew him and will be Missed Greatly.

  6. Praying for Gods Peace and Strength during this time of Sorrow. Marlo, Vetta and Charon hold on to your Memories and know that Ray will always be with you and watching over you. He was a Gift to us all. Please know that you’re in me and my daughter’s thoughts and Our Prayers are with you all.

    Much Love Always Delores, LaToya and Preneice

  7. Ray was a bright, intelligent, and compassionate young man with a heart of gold. I have fond remembrance of him when he was a young minister traveling on my Mission Team to Trinidad in 1997. He was very supportive and exhibited strong dynamics of team work. He left the pulpit to help her a girl outside overcome by a seizure. He brought her into the sanctuary for her to be prayer for. May the Lord bless his wife, children, siblings, relatives and those who knew him as friend with good memories and sober thoughts of his impact in business and other talents he displayed.

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