My fond memories of Jean Hill go back to the late 1950s when Lee Hogshead and I used to play together and Jean Hill would come over. We always enjoyed her and having her sick her dog, HeyBoy, on us. It still makes me smile to remember her smile and laugh which she always gave freely. I ran in to her again at the annual Christmas dances and as always it was a joy to see her. She will be missed but always remembered.
From 1960 when I took Ginger Raulston Brady to Double G Ranch to work as a lifeguard until this Friday when I took my step-son, Ruben Torres, to Orange Grove to work with pens, I am so grateful for the path Jean Hiill blazed and the inestimable work and contribution her family has made to the community and the world and countless lives made better because of Jean Hill. As you recalled Jean Hill's running the 50 yard dash, I recalled inparticularly a 50 yard dash Ruben ran at McCallie just a few years ago and the glee and happiness on everyone's face from participants to spectators. Thank you.
Jean, you were such a delight to work with in the short time I knew you and I'm going to miss your smile and spunky personality very much!! I know you are at peace now and enjoying being able to move freely in heaven...love and miss you!!
The very first day of working at Orange Grove I meet Jean.She ask a lot of question, personal one. She had a sweatshirt on that had a beautiful sun rise on it. From that day her name for me was Sunshine. That was in 1988,until this day she still Sunshine Penney Bradley,retired OGC.
Rest in peace Jean Hill you will be missed! You're imagination was so delightful!