Thomas Bailey Hill
1926 - 2021
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Thomas Bailey Hill

Battlefield - Thomas Bailey Hill, 94, was born July 1, 1926 to Forest and Nancy Hill in Nebo, Missouri, and passed away February 15, 2021 in Springfield, Missouri, after working over 40 years as a foreman of a hay processing company in Wasco, California. He was predeceased by his parents, brother Elbert Hill, his wife Berthena Hill, and son Dr. Gary Hill. He is survived by his son Dwayne (Linda) Hill of Nixa, Missouri, and daughter Janice (Noel) Greenwalt of Battlefield; grandchildren Kirk, Julie, Lisa, Bailey, Shobi, Steven and Mark, and eleven great grandchildren. He loved each of them dearly. The focus of our Dad's life was his Christian faith, which he loved to share. He served as a deacon both in California and at First Baptist Church in Nixa, Missouri. Visitation will be at Greenlawn South, Monday, February 22 at 1pm, followed by funeral at 2pm, with Pastor Richard Eakins officiating. Internment at Greenlawn Cemetery.






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Published in News-Leader from Feb. 16 to Feb. 19, 2021.
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February 22, 2021
BAILEY helped build character in my life after my dad told him to wake me for work anytime of the night and he wasn’t bashful about doing that! He took his occupation seriously and gave it his all, always! I never met another man so devoted to God which was obvious to me and all his friends!
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Kirke Howard
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February 17, 2021
Bailey's love of Christ was a wonderful witness to all of us. I remember him coming in to church on Sunday morning after he had worked all night sitting with his arms crossed, dark glasses as he slept, sometimes snoring so loud Berthina nudged him awake. He loved everyone and found joy in his family and the little things of life and now his joy is complete. The Bill White family will miss him but we will see him again
Dianna Wankum (White)
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