Lt. Colonel Kenneth Donald Hill, US Air Force, Retired, 75, husband of Betsy Moore Hill of Mt. Pleasant, SC died Tuesday, November 30, 2004 in Charleston, SC. The relatives and friends of Lt. Colonel Kenneth Donald Hill are invited to attend his Memorial Services Friday, December 3, 2004 in The Church of the Holy Cross, Sullivans Island at 2:00 o clock. Burial will follow in Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens with full military honors. ARRANGEMENTS BY J. HENRY STUHR, INC., MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL. Lt. Colonel Hill was born August 29, 1929, in Timmonsville, SC, son of James Culpepper Hill and Gladys Tharin Hill. He retired from the United States Air Force after twenty years, receiving The Meritorious Service Medal. He was Deputy Commander of 556 Red Horse while serving in Thailand during the Vietnam War. His last tour of duty was at the Pentagon as Construction Management Engineer in Research and Development. He was the County Engineer for Forsyth County, Winston-Salem, NC for five years and an Independent General Contractor for fifteen years. He graduated from Georgia Military Academy and attended the Citadel for two years. He graduated from USC with a degree in Civil Engineering and later received a Masters in Industrial Management. He was also Past President of Charleston Sertoma Club. Surviving are his wife, Betsy Moore Hill of Mt. Pleasant, SC; two daughters, Nancy and her husband, Lee Ellis of Montgomery, AL, and Susan and her husband, Broughton Correll of Winston-Salem, NC; two sons, Craig and his wife, Lea Hill of Mt. Pleasant, SC and Michael and his wife, Valerie Hill of Myrtle Beach, SC; one brother, Glenn and his wife, Anne Hill of Midlothian, VA; six grandchildren, John and his wife, Summer Ellis of Raleigh, NC, David Ellis of Montgomery, AL, Joseph Correll and William Correll, both of Winston-Salem, NC, Kenneth Hill and Shelly Hill, both of Sebastian, FL. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Church of the Holy Cross, 2520 Middle Street, Sullivans Island, SC 29482, or Charleston Sertoma Charities, Attn: Dan McKnight, #1 Bishop Gadsden Way #343, Charleston, SC 29412.
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