Ann Hill

September 02, 1930 ‒ June 28, 2019

Marion, Ohio

Ann Hill, age 88 of Marion, passed away Friday, June 28, 2019.

She was born on September 2, 1930 in Marion, the daughter of Marion L. and Irma (Bumgarner) McDaniel, Sr. Ann graduated from Harding High School in the class of 1948 and then continued her education at the Ohio State University where she graduated with a bachelor degree in social work. She worked in that field of study for many years in the Columbus area.

On August 11, 1951, Ann was united in marriage to James R. Hill.

Ann was a grand lover of life. She met everyone with a kind smile and an enthusiasm that was contagious. She loved hard and was so very proud of her family. Annual trips to the families favorite lake in Michigan was always a highlight of the year.  Those who knew Ann knew that she ran a tight ship and would get things done, and it was always done with great love.

She is survived by her husband of nearly 68 years, James R. Hill; daughter, Jennifer (Art Murphy) Hill; grandchildren: James (Amber) Hill, Cheryl (Bryan Coleman) Hill and Jarrod Hill; 7 great grandchildren and her brother John McDaniel.

Ann is preceded in death by her parents; son James “Andy” Hill; siblings: Alma Schnaufer and Marion McDaniel, Jr.

Visitation will be Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at Epworth United Methodist Church, 249 East Center St., Marion from 10AM to 11AM; Memorial service will follow at 11AM with Rev. David Hoffman officiating; lunch will be served at the church immediately following the memorial service.

If so desired, donations may be made to the Marion Public Library.

The Snyder Funeral Homes, Denzer Chapel, is honored to be serving the Hill family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Dear Family Of Ann Hill

    Jennifer, Jim was sorry she has passed. She is in a better place.With that I will add May Our Dear Lord wrap his loving arms around you an all and give you strength & peace..
    It is hard to loose a parent or loved one.
    Cancer is so unforgiving

    Hugs
    The Evans Tom & Sherry

  • We are All so Very Sorry about the Passing Of Aunt Ann. She was Loved by All that knew her. She was a Strict but Loving Person. She will Be Missed. Our Thoughts and Prayers will continue for Jim, Jenni, Art and the entire Hill Family. May God Bless and Smile on You All.
    Love, John, Lisa, Jeremiah, and Devlin McDaniel.

  • Granny you meant the world to me. Always there and the most selfless person I know. No words can describe the loss this family has endured. The days at Irmac and the walks in the cemetery and down shoreline drive will forever be embedded in my mind as some of my most treasured memories. I know you’re in heaven with dad making sure he’s getting to the drive thru because his license is invalid in the next life. I know there isn’t a person in the world whose got a better gaurdian angel than I do. You will be missed terribly and no words will describe how much you will be missed. I’m not sure how I’m gonna handle not playing hey hey it’s the first of May.
    Love you so much Granny

  • Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Hill family at this time. Mrs. Hill was a remarkable woman always had a smile on her face. Her unconditional love for her children was exquisite. We will miss seeing her scooting around in her baby blue Volkswagon ” Bug”. She was truly a woman of Integrity, poise and grace.

  • Dear Cousins,
    I was thinking of Ann and Jim last week thinking I should contact them to see how they were doing. I was saddened to hear of Ann’s death from another cousin. Ann was always one of my favorites even though we have not seen each other for many years. We shared a special love for our Aunt Margaret who always kept me informed about Ann and Jim when she was alive. Ann was indeed a very loving, happy lady with an infectious smile. Everyone who knew her will miss all the love she poured out. We grieve because we care, but we treasure what they leave behind and we know there is a life ahead. I send my condolences to you all with love from your extended family.
    Mary James Hooper (Jerry)
    Daughter of Elizabeth Sidle James, first cousin

  • Prayers for the family ! Ann was such a happy, kind lady she will be missed by many! I know we will miss her ! Hugs to you all!

  • Granny,
    You gave my siblings and I THE best childhood. From weekend adventures at Irmac to watermelon seed spitting contests at the cottage. Daily walks bribed with jolly ranchers. Thanksgiving and Christmas will never be the same again. I can still remember how she said whoo-hooo when we went to look for her. And her deep almost Santa “oh-hoho” laugh. Always was thoughtful of my father and the rest of us. Our loss is equal to the quality of life she enriched for us all. You will be sorely missed Granny, and will never be forgotten.

  • May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences.

    Kathy, David & Sam Wink

  • My sincere condolences to all of Ann and Jim’s family. Ann was such a warm and friendly face, always happy to see you and share words with you. She lived life to the fullest and kept her family and friends close. May she rest in peace.

  • Dear Jenny and family….thinking of you with the loss of your rock of the family….over the years a friendly smile and a genuine interest in me and my 2 children, when they came to be…seeing that blue bug and that large straw-like hat going around town, I thought, now that was a strong confident lady…that is how I will remember Ann…a genuine lady of her time…blessings to you all and the warmest memories ever….

  • Jim ,Jennifer,and all the Hill ,McDaniel Family we are sorry for your loss. Ann left
    so many fond memories for so many of us she will remain in our hearts forever. Love light

  • Jim and family. Lynn and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family. God Bless!