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Pauline G. Hill

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SUNDERLAND -- A service of thanksgiving and celebration of the life of Pauline G. Hill of Sunderland was held on Saturday afternoon at the Sunderland Union Church.

Officiating were the Rev. Jordan E. Dickinson and Rev. Claire L. North, pastor of the Church. Mrs. Phebe Ann Lewis served as organist and accompanied the congregation in singing “How Great Thou Art,” “In The Garden” and “The Old Rugged Cross.” The congregation joined together in reciting Psalm 23 and “The Lord’s Prayer.”

Rev. Dickinson and Rev. North offered words of remembrance of Mrs. Hill’s life including her love and devotion to family, community and church. Mrs. Hill’s granddaughter, Tracey Thompson offered a tribute titled “The Grand Memory” and her daughter Janice Hill-Gould, great grandson Luke Thompson and nephew Eric Hill also shared memories of Mrs. Hill’s life.

Interment followed in the family lot at Ira Allen Cemetery with Rev. Dickinson and Rev. North offering the words of committal. Serving as pallbearers were Mrs. Hill’s grandchildren Todd Gould, Donald Hill and Paula Hill, grandson-in-law Kevin Thompson, nephew Eric Hill and Bill Bowen. Serving as honorary pallbearers and flower bearers were granddaughters Samantha Hill and Carol Broadhead. Following the committal service family and friends gathered at the Hill homestead for a time of fellowship and sharing of memories. Among those attending the service were members of Mt. Equinox Grange where Mrs. Hill was a 70-year charter member.

Mrs. Hill, wife of Julius J. Hill who died in 1990 and longtime resident of Ondawa Road in Sunderland died on Monday, Oct. 27 at the Center For Living and Rehabilitation in Bennington at the age of 89. In addition to those listed in her obituary, Mrs. Hill is survived by Tim Turck, the fiancée of Mrs. Hill’s granddaughter Leah Hill.

Service arrangements were under the care of the Arlington Chapel of the Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home.
Published in Bennington Banner from Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, 2003
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