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Mildred L. "Millie" HIll
March 26, 1931 - January 3, 2018





Mildred “Millie” Hill, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, died January 3, 2018, in Sioux Falls. She was 86.

Mildred Leona Hill was born March 26, 1931, at Vermillion, SD, to Leonard and Rose (Juran) Rovaart.

On July 8, 1951, Millie was united in marriage to Edward Hill. The couple made their home in Sioux Falls, where Millie became a homemaker and loving mother to their three sons. Active at First United Methodist Church, Millie was active with several church groups and circles. Ed preceded her in death on October 9, 1971.

Following Edward’s death, she began working outside the home. For a period of time, she worked as a “lunch lady” at Mark Twain School. She then went to work for Augustana College. An avid Augustana sports fan, Millie sold tickets for the basketball games and rarely missed seeing Augie play. She loved watching all sports.

Millie could always be found in the middle of her social groups. She loved visiting with friends. One of her groups got together on Tuesdays for “Hamburger Night”, and Saturdays were always reserved for time with friends at the 41st Street Fryin’ Pan. In her free time, she loved reading.

After working at Augustana for almost two decades, Millie retired. She continued watching sports into her retirement. Blessed with an outgoing spirit, Millie was a caring and giving person.

Grateful for having shared her life are her sons, Richard Dick (Dawn) Hill, Peoria, AZ, Paul (Sherri Treeby) Hill, Aberdeen, SD, Bob (Sue) Hill, Sioux Falls, SD; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and her sister, Violet Osthus.

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