September 20, 2019 our beloved brother Dwain Alen Hill was call home to be with the Lord.
Dwain Alen Hill was born to MacArthur Hill and Alice Faye Hill on April 24, 1967 in Bastrop, Texas.
Dwain accepted Christ at an early age under the leadership of Pastor Brown at Bethleham Baptist Church in Bastrop, Texas. He attended church there until he moved his membership to St. Phillips in Peach Creek, Texas where he was an usher for many years. After that, he moved his membership to Sweet Home Church in Smithville, Texas and became an usher there until God called him home.
Dwain was a well known person. Everyone loved him and would often come by his home where he would show off his prize winning rose bush and his fish. He loved to play dominos and listened to R&B and Jazz. Music was just a big part of his life. Dwain would always speak of the Lord no matter what. His heart was at the right place.
Dwain leaves his loving memories to be cherished by his father MacArther Hill; his three brothers Derrick Hill (Lizabeth) of Smithville, Texas, Darren Hill (Rea Mae) of Bastrop, Texas, and Cedrick Hill of Hawaii; and one sister Kiara Hill of Houston, Texas. His three children Ryan Hill (Mary) of New Braunfels, Texas, Shaneka Campbell (Shaquille) of Taylor, Texas and Mahalia Hill (Ismael) of Dallas, Texas; his four grandchilren Van Villareal, Peyton Hill, Layla Campbell, and Kamari Campbell; his four aunts Shirely Gibson of Smithville, Texas, Linda Joiner, Lavette Langley and Loyce Hill of Austin, Texas; two uncles Jerry Higgins and Larry Hill. He also leaves a special sister cousin Cassandra Chandler (Stinka) (Thomas Chandler) of Smithville, Texas; special cousins and friends Roderick Craney, Jerry Don Taylor, James Moore, Tyron Washington and La Tayna Johnson. And a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.