HILL,  NANCY JEAN

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EMMETT - Without a light there is no shadow. Nancy walked through the valley of the shadow of death as the light of Jesus took her home. As her family is saddened by her death we also rejoice that she is in Heaven with God. She will see no more sadness, sickness or trouble times. Her tears have been wiped away. Because, the Lord is her Shepherd. From Psalms 23:1 Nancy was the daughter of Virgil and Dorothy Tucker. The mother of Nikki and Jodi. The wife of Samuel Hill. The sister of three brothers and three sisters. The Grandmother of five children and Great-grandmother of twelve children. She loved to take care of her home, family and friends. Barney and Nancy attended Church regularly and spent time together daily in devotions. Nancy loved and worshiped God. Nancy had many beautiful flower gardens as she did enjoy the outdoors. She also loved the life of ranching. The winter feedings, the birth of the next generation, caring for the stock, spending the day on horseback, cooking fantastic meals for the branding crew. She was employed at Alberstons for forty-two years before retiring. She started out in the bakery department and then moved to the front end where she managed and ended her career there as the opening checker. There she made many friends not only with coworkers but customers as well. She not only provided excellent service but also had a way about her that showed people she cared about them as people not just as customers or coworkers. Nancy had many happy memories in her life, with family and friends as we celebrated events, traveled and spent a lot of time laughing and talking. After retiring she was able to spend more time with Barney once again in the outdoors tending to their stock. As Barney said, it took more time when she helped with all her stopping to laugh and play with the animals or just give a little more attention to the one she thought needed it. Barney would have not given up a single minute of time with her as he loved her dearly as she did with him. She was at home with him and in the environment she loved. When Nancy was a baby, her father would put her between her older brother and sister, Lewis and Linda in the back seat of the car and tell them to "take care of the baby" and they would be off. Nancy would want us to remember her and also tell us to take care of each other. To realize how important our lives are and to take time to love the ones given to us and to value each other as we are. We will be together again someday Nancy and until then, we miss and love you dearly. Husband Barney Hill Parents Virgil and Dorothy Tucker Sisters and Brothers Linda(Ray) Thompson, Lewis(Marti) Tucker, Virgil(Julie) Tucker, Carole(Tom) Doramus, Kathy(Bob) Schmillen, Ross(Chris) Tucker Children Nicki(Tom) Gordon and Jodi(Nick) Fillmore Grandchildren Megan(Josh), Kasey, Mikayla, Mark, and Brianna (Rylie) Great grandkids Edin, Lillie, Ezekiel, Luke, Everett, Rhyllie, Ayvrie, Raylan, Hendrex, Archey, Emery and Brynlee Preceded in death was her father Virgil Tucker, Sister-In-Law Lena Tucker and Nephew David Tucker In Lieu of flowers a donation can be made to the P.O. Box 1000 Dept 142, Memphis, TN 38148-0142 or stjude.org Service will be held at Eagle Christian Church on October 6th at 11am. There will be lunch following the service provided by the Church. There will be a small private burial at the Middleton cemetery later in the day. Services will held at Eagle Christian Church 100 Short Rd Lane Eagle, ID 83616 The entrance to the Chapel is located on the southwest side Door five.

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