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Jerry Steven Hill
January 20, 1971 ~ November 20, 2023 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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Jerry Steven Hill 52, of Pineville passed away on November 20, 2023 from a massive brain bleed. Steven was born January 20 1971, he was the son of Jerry and Sandy McKinney Hill of Beckley.
Steven attended Pineville High School where he was a star athlete. He was great at all sports but really stood out running the football. He was first team all-state, and his 1988 Pineville High School team were class A state runner’s up. Steven went on to attend Bluefield State College, where he received two engineering degrees. Steven went on to use those degrees during his career, as a boss in the coal mines. The guys that worked with him really enjoyed him as their leader and also respected his work ethic. He was not just their boss but he was their friend.
Steven was funny, smart, and had a contagious smile that would light up any room that he entered. He was always a comedian the life of the party making people laugh and have a good time. He was also selfless, and loving always putting those around him first. It was truly a gift from God the ability he had to recognize when someone was in need and to know what to do about it, and then able to make it happen. He truly cared for the well being of others. Traits like that you either have them or you don’t and Steven excelled in this area of life.
Steven also was a lover of the outdoors. He was an avid hunter and fisherman ad was really good at both. He loved to camp, ginsing, and do anything that involved being outdoors. He also loved teaching these skills to his loved ones and friends. It was always said that if the Apocolypse was to come That Steven is the one that you would want leading your company.
The hobby that really had Steven’s heart was playing the guitar. He was a natural and played by ear. Steven could literally hear a song one time and within 10 minutes be playing the whole song. Honestly Steven could play just about any instrument if he wanted to. Steven was truly a talented musician, he was good at writing lyrics and the music for songs. He was talented in many ways. He was great and loving father, husband, son and brother.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Elbert Jr. Hill, and Dewey and Violet McKinney, his aunt Linda Hargis, and Cousin, Craig Hargis, his brother-in-law Andrew Breedlove.
In addition to his parents, those left to cherish his memory include: his one partner in life Leah Hill, his son Dalton and his wife Destiny, grandkids Tommy, Raelyn Hill, Gracie and Lillian Underwood. His daughter Lilly Hill and grandson Baron Ford. His Grandmother Watsie Hill, his loving sister Jessica Hill, his nephews, Braxton, and Jaxston and niece Katie, his loving brother Michael Hill and nieces Joslyn and Kaylee.
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more Death, neither sorrow nor crying neither shall there be anymore pain; for ther former things are passed away.