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Randall M. Hill

Randall Mark Hill, 58, went on to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ ,on the morning of April 3, 2014. He passed away peacefully surrounded by his family.

Randy was born on Feb. 19, 1956 to Buster and Dolly Hill. He grew up with his three brothers, Avis, William and Timothy. Randy attended and graduated from Duval High School in 1974, where he was an All Star basketball player and personally scored 62 points in one ball game, a record that still stands today. Randy earned a Building Construction Certification from the Lincoln County Vocational and Technical Center in June 1974. Randy married the former Brenda Tobia on Aug. 15, 1975. They built their marriage together, dedicating their lives to the service of God and their church. Randy served as the assistant Pastor at Keith Full Gospel Church for more than 15 years. Randy also worked at Royal Oldsmobile in Charleston for 31 years.

Randy is survived by his wife, Brenda Hill; his daughter, Rebekah Hill DeLoach & husband, Jon DeLoach, of Oahu, Hawaii; son, Christopher Hill and fiancé, Misty Keeney, of South Charleston; and his two grandchildren, Alexis and Isabella DeLoach.

Randy was a loving husband, father, brother and grandfather who was loved by all. He was a caregiver and companion and always put others before himself. When he was just a teenager, he began witnessing his love of God, dedicating his life to be a servant to the Lord. He was a shining light to others and even used his basketball talents to witness to others. He was a great volunteer to his community, acting as basketball and T-ball coach to little league teams for several years. He, along with his wife Brenda, would also witness to the elderly in Nursing Homes and make routine visits to those fallen sick and hospitalized. He loved baking chocolate chip cookies to bring to everyone he would visit. Randy enjoyed working in his yard, planting flowers, watching the birds and waiting for that first snowfall that would make everything white and beautiful. We will miss his smile, his laugh, and his ability to make others smile. He will always be missed, but never forgotten.

Viewing service will be 2 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at Keith Full Gospel Church in Keith, West Virginia. The funeral will immediately follow the viewing at 4 p.m. with Pastor June Ferrell officiating. Armstrong Funeral Home is serving the family.


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