Addie Louise Hill

Hot Springs, Arkansas

1929 - 2009


Hot Springs, Arkansas


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Addie Louise Hill Addie Louise Hill, age 79, of Hot Springs, went to be with the Lord, Thursday, February 12, 2009. She was born on May 30, 1929, at Texola, Oklahoma, the daughter of Charlie Haskell Mitchell and Tressie Mae Wardwell Mitchell. She is preceded in death by her parents; one...

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She smiled so often - that's what I remember most about Louise, that and what an incredible fighter she was against cancer. It's so bittersweet to know that she is no longer in pain - now our pain begins. We love you all and know that our hearts are with you.

I can only say that losing a mom is is so hard because she leaves so many wonderful memories behind. Every Patsy Cline song that comes on we all think of our mom Dorthy, & Patsy and you wil find yourself doing that too. Its bitter sweet. But just think Margaret and Dorthy and Glen Rose and now your mama are all together and Im sure there all enjoying a cold one and listening to Patsy Cline. God bless you both at this special time.

Joe and Helen and family
I'm so sorry that I was unable to be with you. You know how much I loved your Mom. She helped us out so much when my Mom was sick. She was a dear friend to my Mom.
I know how hard it is for all of you now. But, she and my Mom are with each other again. They are watching over all of us. Your Mom had sent me so many pictures of the grandkids and was proud of all of ya'll and love you all so much.
Please keep in touch and let me know how things are going...

Louise was one of my Aunts. I will remember her as a strong, independent woman; and as someone wrote in an earlier entry--very much a "lady." She raised 2 wonderful children--and was so proud of her kids, grandkids and great grands. We will all miss her. But I know she is finally out of pain. Joe and Helen--I love you both, and I loved your Mom. You 2 and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all, and help you get through this difficult time. Love, Kim...

With Sincere Sympathy to the Family of my Dear Friend -- Louise Hill. My thought and prayers are with you.

My thoughts and prayers are with you through the difficult times. She is a long distant cousin of mine growing up around her but losing touch in our older years. My mother was her mother's sister.

I was honored to have worked with Addie at the Comptroller's Office. If I had to chose one word to describe her, it would be that she was a "Lady" in every sense of the word. Each month she would come back & tell us what was going on with her grandchildren, who she was so very proud of. She was a hard worker who made my job so much easier. I am sorry that she had such a hard time of it at the last & I will miss her cards very much.

Joe, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May you find peace in the knowledge that your mother is where she wants to be and you still have her in your wonderful memories.

All our thoughts are with and your family to help you in this difficult time.