In Loving Memory
Delcia Geist Hill (De)
De requested asking for a donations to PCT in lieu of sending flowers.
Born October 17, 1947 in Burbank CA to George R. and B. Eileen Geist. She married the love of her life on September 14th 1968, and was sealed in the temple September 14th 1970.
She is survived by her husband Nolan Hill, her children: Jennifer R. (Ricky) Lamont, Elizabeth S. (Matthew) Hill, Hannah C. Anderson, Parley R. (Melanie) Hill, and Ted Hill. Her grandchildren are Dayvid, Sadie, Maycen, Gavin, Sophie, Anthony, Reiker, Keyan, Remington, David, and Katelyn Hunsaker. Her two sisters are Alice (Loren) Rucker and Louise M Geist.
This is a time of rejoicing, celebrations, peace and reunions. I am looking forward to being with my parents and extended family. I will be hunting down those elusive ancestors that didn’t want to be found!!
As a convert to the LDS church, I fully understand how close I really was to the Holy Spirit; how much I truly know that our Heavenly Father and Jesus are real – very real in our lives.
In the hymn “Each Life That Touches Ours for Good” these words have always had special meaning to me. I pray that I have touched the life of someone in a good way. To those I have offended, I beg forgiveness. To all who have touched my life in so many ways, I thank and love you!
Most of all, to each of my children and grandchildren, know of my love for each of you. We never hugged enough, you were never too big to sit in my lap and hug. No one EVER hugs enough! My children are my greatest accomplishment in life.
A public visitation will be held on Wednesday, December 23, 2020 from 1-2:30 p.m. at the Spring Creek Ward, 1080 South 930 West, Payson, Utah.
For the livestream of the funeral service please Click Here. You will need to choose the ‘Funeral – Spring Creek Ward’ option.
De was an amazing person. She was so kind and patient. She taught me so much! I will miss her very much! I never expressed to her how much I appreciated her. So incase she can read this thanks for everything De!
De has always been around. My earliest memory was when she was measuring me for my munchkin dress for Playmakers in Payson. Maybe ‘89?
She was light hearted and kind. She was part of the backbone of Payson and theater and the chorale and she is already deeply missed.
May the family have peace and hope in Eternity with her.
De will always be my angel.
I’m going to miss you so so badly grandma. It’s going to be very hard not wanting to call you up and say hello. I hope I see u again someday💛
We, the Alphabet Dinner Group, have donated $80.00 to PCT in honor of De Hill. We love her and honor her memory. I wish we could post a note with our donations. From: Bonnie Curtis, Scott and Janie Duvall, David and Ruth Welton, and Myrna Jones.
For all the smiles and laughter, for all the sincere caring, and for all the patient putting on of whiskers and wigs and intent inspections of make-up jobs before going on stage – we love you, De. God bless in the new angel assignments. See you when we get home.