Paula Jeanne Hill

She was a cheerleader and he was the state wrestling champion.

Paula Jeanne Hill, 68 years of age, passed on Friday, October 26th, 2018, surrounded by her family.

Paula was born on September 11th, 1950 in Albany, New York to late Francis and Mary Gaudreau. She was the middle child of three, which precede her in passing. She was educated at the New York Institute for the Blind.

Paula was married to her high school sweetheart Warren Lee Hill Jr. in December of 1968. She was a cheerleader and he was the state wrestling champion. She loved the Lord and was very faithful and diligent in her walk. In 1980, they followed their faith and moved to Seattle, Washington to fellowship and witness to others. After a year of service to the Lord, instead of moving back to Syracuse, New York, the family moved to Vashon, Washington. Here she enjoyed working side by side for over 30 years with her husband running the family business and being a homemaker to her three children. Later in life she continued on to work at the Lighthouse for the Blind; she was a machine operator where she put together parts for Boeing Airplanes. Her interests included family, fellowshipping with her friends and other believers, she enjoyed designing her home and tending to her flower garden.

Paula leaves to cherish her loving memory: husband, Warren Lee Hill Jr., her children TracyLee Hill, Michael Hill Sr. (Beth McClure) and Erik Hill Sr. (Malisa Phonethep), her grandchildren Christian, Michael, Tevin, Vanneshja, EJ and Kaemon, her mother-in-law Shirley B. Hill, her brother-in-law’s Steven and David and sister-in-law Cynthia, her dearest friend Kiera and a host of beloved nieces and nephews and friends.

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