HILL, Ms. Shenita Personya-age 52, of Flint, passed away Friday, June 7, 2019 at U of M Ann Arbor. A memorial service will be held 11:30am Thursday, June 20, 2019 with an 11:00am family hour at Greater Galilee Baptist Church, 4418 Industrial Ave., Flint, MI 48505. Pastor Andre Williams Sr. officiating.
Ms. Shenita Personya Hill was born August 18, 1966 in Flint, Michigan to the late Lofton and Marilyn Hill. Ms. Hill adored her two granddaughters Shamiyah, and Maharrie. She loved to dance, go fishing, cook and have a fabulous time with her family. Shenita had a keen sense of humor and she filled the room with laughter wherever she was present. Her huge smile and heavenly spirit was infectious. Those big, beautiful, bodacious eyes were here best feature, and her most tenacious trait. Throughout her illness, she never lost her sense of humor, and made sure to always have smile on her face, and a warm embrace that left you feeling complete.
Under Gods charge Shenita leaves 1 son, Amier (Stephanie) Hill of Flint, MI; 2 grandchildren, Shamiyah Michelle Hill and Maharrie Personya Hill; sisters, Zednelyn Beasley, of Flint, MI and Gemika Hill of Houston, TX; brothers, Stevie(Vada) Hill of Flint, MI, Richard Hill of Flint, MI and Issac Hill of Flint, MI; aunts, Emylyn Tomblin, Evelyn Williams and Andrea Randle all of Flint, MI; uncles, Charles Williams of Alameda, CA, Dr. Cullian W. Hill of Detroit, MI, Selather Johnston-Hill of Flint MI, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives; best friends, LaTice Carson, Julie Ramsey, Kelly Ramsey, and Jack Cochran.
Ms. Hill was preceded in death by: her parents, Lofton and Marilyn Hill; grandparents, David and Charlotte Williams; Selather and Frazier Hill; aunts, Carolyn E. Hawkins, Katherine Hill, Samella Hill; uncles, Frank Williams, Fred H. Williams and David E. Williams.
The family extends considerable gratitude to the staff and doctors of Huron Valley Hospital. University of Michigan Cancer Center, and Hospice nurses and nurses’ aides. The family thanks everyone for the fervent prayers and heartfelt generosity and support. A special thanks to the friends and family who to visit Ms. Hill. Special thanks to her nephew Rafeal D. McDaniel, whom was her primary care provider.