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Fern Annette Hilton

Sep 21, 1950 - Feb 26, 2021 (Age 70)

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Sad to hear of Fern's passing. Fern was a joy to work with at Howmet. She always had a beautiful heart and a smile no matter what.
Her soul will forever be watching over all who knew her.
My heartfelt condolences to her family.

I’ve struggled to find the words to say. Goodbyes are usually accompanied buy see you laters, but death brings a bitter end to the sentence of a farewell. I am so thankful you are no longer suffering, and that you are hopefully with Raymond. But we miss you. You were extraordinary, and funny, and kind, and loving and I am so thankful you existed. Your presence and love helped so many people, and the world was better because of you. I hope you did find peace. I love you, Aunt Fern. And we will...

You were always a bright light in our family. Your smile and laughter we will always remember. You had such a long difficult struggle, but your faith made you so strong and helped us be strong. May you now rest eternally. Heaven will welcome you and be even a better place because of you.

Sending my love and prayers to the Family. Aunt Fern, I will miss your beautiful smile and laughs. May you rest in eternal bliss. All my love.

Please accept my deepest condolences for her entire family.
We grew up on Tiedemann Rd & Manoa Ave in Brooklyn, Ohio until Fern was 12 years old. Her family moved to Lisle, Illinois. We kept in touch for awhile then we saw each other again in the early 1970's in Pentwater. We lost touch again when she & her family moved to Wyoming. And once again reconnected. We saw each other again when Fern drove to Brooklyn to see me. We had a great time. We went to the Rock & Roll Hall of...

Sending prayers and condolences to her family. We will all miss her and always remember this very special lady and friend. She brought so much joy, laughter and love to everyone she met! RIP Fern!

My dear Aunt Fern, your beautiful smile, caring heart and uplifting laughter will be remembered forever. I always admired your strength, resilience and talents as a writer. Those you left behind will carry on your memory with love. May you rest in peace.~Rebecca

Fern was always very kind and a joy to be around. She had a pleasant disposition.
Smart, talented, and strong.
We had some fun summer nights at Rich’s campfires. Thanks for the great memories. We miss you! Rest In Peace Fern


Fern's Obituaries

Fern Annette Hilton, 70, of Pentwater, passed away Friday, February 26, 2021, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born September 21, 1950, in Cleveland, Ohio. She was the daughter of Norman and Lilyan (Duerinck) Johnson. She was a graduate from Lisle High School (Illinois) in...

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