Gerald O. Hill

07/19/1927 - 11/18/2020


Gerald O. Hill (G.O.) (93) of Lubbock, Texas, passed away peacefully November 18, 2020. G.O. was born July 19, 1927, to Paul O. and Mary Hill in Goree, Texas.  He graduated Abilene High School in 1944 and joined the U.S. Navy.  He married Marie Ferguson Hill of Eula, TX, in 1949. He was a master plumber and worked for several companies in Kentucky and Texas. He started his own business, G.O. Hill Mechanical Company and helped build hospitals and schools in Lubbock and the West Texas region. After he retired from his contracting business, he built and managed his warehouses in south Lubbock.

G.O. restored old cars and was a member of the Lubbock Antique Car Club.

G.O. and Marie loved spending time at their lake cabins at Oak Creek Lake and Pendaries, New Mexico.    He was a long-time member of Monterey Baptist Church, where they attended for 60 years.

He leaves behind his wife of 71 years, Marie; daughter Sue Price (Gary) of Blooming Grove , sons Bruce Hill of Slaton and  Dr. Jimmy Hill (Karen)of Lubbock: grandchildren Heather Claburn(Allen) of Ozona, Ty Hill(Jen )of Atlanta Georgia,  Gary Lee Price of  Henrietta, Elaine Futrell(Nathan) of Lubbock, Alex Hill (Macey) of Dallas; great-grandchildren Braxten and Braden Claburn, Katy and Allie Hill, Clara and Julia Futrell and Elliott and Molly Hill.

He is preceded in death by his parents and brothers and sisters, Mack, Pete, Frances, Annalene and Luan.

Memorial services will be held at a later date.  Private graveside services will be held at Eula Cemetery. You are encouraged to sign the virtual guestbook and share memories and expressions of sympathy on this page.


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4 Comments on “Gerald O. Hill”

  1. Marie, I pray that God will fill the void you feel in your heart today, and in the days ahead, with only good and happy memories of your beloved.
    We enjoyed the times we had with you and G.O. very much. And I’m sorry we left Pendaries about the time y’all got there. But we have fond memories of it and the friends we made there.
    God bless you richly and I pray He wraps you in His loving arms and gives you comfort and peace.
    Love in our Christ Jesus, Betty Tow

  2. Dear Marie, Sorry to learn of G. O.’s passing. He, like George, is in a better place. Don’t remember if I talked to you before I moved to Austin in March to be close to my daughter. I did spend the summer at Pendaries. I have an apartment on the 5th floor of an “over 60” apartment complex. I do miss Lubbock. Would love to hear from you when you have time.

  3. Marie, our thoughts and prayers for you. Loved the time we shared with you and G. O. at Pandaries.
    Sending love!
    Jim and Sharon Mathis

  4. Marie, Craig and I wanted to let you know how sorry we were about G.O. passing. Craig had known him for years when he was in business in Lubbock. Loved getting to know you in Pendarie. We will be praying for you in the days to come.

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