Worcester, MA – Allison Hill, 67, passed away Saturday, October 23, 2021, at Oasis at Dodge Park, Worcester. She was born March 9, 1954, to the late Janet L. (Firestone) and William J. Hill. Allison was also predeceased by her brother, Rick. Allison was a member of the First Baptist Church, Worcester, and attended art school at the Worcester Art Museum. She was a devoted caregiver and companion to her parents. The family enjoyed many years at their seasonal home in Wells, Maine. She was an animal lover and had several black poodles, who were beloved members of the family. Allison made friends and connections wherever she went, whether in her neighborhoods or in the communities she resided in during her later years, including the Willows at Worcester and Oasis at Dodge Park. Allison had a love of art and expressed herself through many mediums including drawing, calligraphy, scrapbooking and writing short stories. Sharing her art with friends and members of her community was one of her greatest joys in life. Arrangements are in the care of the Rich Hill Memorial Park. All services are private. Memorial contributions can be made to the Worcester Art Museum or the Worcester Animal Rescue League.
Published by The Morning Journal from Nov. 5 to Nov. 6, 2021.
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I love you and miss you Allison ! You were a wonderful friend and sister to me. Your Mom and Dad always welcomed me with open arms, making me feel I was part of your family forever ! The times we had, we could handle good and bad together, always being true to each other. As I said, like sisters. Love you forever Allison !!