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Terry Len Hill passed away surrounded by his loved ones after a short, but courageous battle with cancer. He was a fighter till the end. He was our Hero. Terry Len was preceded in death by his dad, Terry Rick Hill and infant niece Allie Jessup. Left to love and cherish his memory are his Son, Terry Austin Hill, Daughter Joanna Gammons-Hill, Mother Linda Bost (Cecil), Sisters Regina Payne, Kerri Jessup. Nieces and nephews Lindsay Merritt (Josh), Tyler Goad, Hailey Jessup, and Alex Jessup, and Aunts Deborah Hill, Linda Hill, Uncle Gary Hill, a special cousin William Grayson Hill (Samantha) and their child, Charlie Hill, and many other cousins. As well as, so many great friends who love and supported him.
Terry was a master fabricator, welder, craftsman, and maintenance guru. He was taught all those great skills from his dad. Terry had the job of a lifetime employed at Foothills Brewing Company as their Facilities Maintenance Coordinator and was excited to go to work each and every day! He was great at what he did and smart enough to find out what he didn’t know. He has a great Facebook profile picture of him smiling on the job, with a reply on the post “Keeping this place running. People love beer.” Terry had other jobs through the years where he demonstrated his talents and grew his skills.
Terry loved hanging out on his patio oasis, being outdoors, riding his Harley Street Glide, tattoos, and exploring the back roads in his Dodge 4x4 truck with the windows down jamming out to southern rock and country music. He liked fishing, the mountains, the beach, Harley’s, camping, Nascar, good food, cold beer, family, and great friends! After his diagnosis family and friends would come for Race Day Sunday with great food, love, and support.
Terry will be greatly missed by his family, friends, coworkers, and anyone who met him on his journey through life. If you see a Harley, watch a Nascar race, throw in a fishing line, eat great food, see the mountain top, get a tattoo, walk in the sand and hear the ocean, drink a cold one, or listen to some great music think of Terry and smile his smile, because we sure will be.
The family would like to thank Dr. Waite with Mountain Valley Hospice for showing compassion, kindness, and being a great Doctor for Terry.
A private service will be held at a later date.
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