LEATRICE ANN HILL LAMB, 71, of Valley Mills, TX,
passed away Oct. 1, 2013, at her home. Burial
was at the Valley Mills Cemetery.
Mrs. Lamb was born on April 3, 1942, in Dallas,
TX to Warren & Jettie (Lambert) Hill. Leatrice
graduated from Ranger High School in the Class
of 1961 and attended Ranger Jr. College at Ranger,
TX. She married William Lamb in Sept. of 1962 and
to this union three children were born. Leatrice
had lived in Valley Mills for the last 18 years.
She retired from National Lloyds Insurance in
Waco, and was a member of the Pentecostal Church
of Temple, TX.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and
one brother, Stanley Hill.
She is survived by her husband, the Rev. William
Lamb; one son, William Lamb Jr. and wife, Tamera;
two daughters, Stephanie Davis and husband, Mark,
Donna Holmes and husband, Jerry; two brothers,
Gary Hill (RHS-1962) & John Hill; a sister, Kay
Hill Oerline (RHS-1966); & eight grandchildren.
BROTHER: STANLEY EARL HILL, 72, of McKinney, TX,
passed away Oct. 17, 2012, with burial in Ridgeview
Memorial Park at Allen.
Stanley was born May 17, 1940, in Ranger, TX, to
Warren S. & Jettie L. (Lambert) Hill. He married Eva
M. Sikes in Nov. of 1963, in Rockwall, TX. Stanley
graduated from the University of Texas Arlington
with a BBA in Accounting. He was a licensed CPA.
Stanley was Vice President of Management Information
Systems for Gifford Hill Inc. in Las Colinas, Division
Controller/Management Information Systems Director
for the Southwest Division of Sully Miller in Long
Beach, CA, President of Greg Hill Custom Homes in
Plano, and served as Director of Construction for
Habitat for Humanity in Dallas.
He is survived by his wife, Eva M. Hill of McKinney;
sons, Greg Hill of McKinney and Lance Hill and wife,
Eileen of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; grandchildren,
Madison Hill, Morgan Hill, Miles Hill, and Gwendolyn
Hill; sisters, Kay Hill Oerline (RHS-1966) of Midland,
TX and Leatrice Hill Lamb (RHS-1961) of Valley Mills,
TX; brothers, Johnny Hill and Gary Hill (RHS-1962),
both of Pocatello, Idaho; and numerous other loving
family members and friends. He was preceded in death
by his parents and daughter, Lycia Ann Hill.