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Brian Keith Hill

© Muskogee Phoenix
September 25, 2008
Submitted by: ACL

Brian Keith Hill was born on October 3, 1971 in Oklahoma City to Linzy Hill and Telma [Ford] Hardison.

He was baptized at the age of 8 by Reverend William Loggin and was a member of Friendship Baptist Church.

He attended school in Oklahoma City, but lived in various places, including Chicago, Florida, New Jersey, Dallas as well as Oklahoma. He loved his home and had a loving, passionate, free-hearted and cheerful personality.

Also referred to as "Y B" and "Yung Brian" by his friends and family, Mr. Hill left this life for a life eternal on Friday, September 19, 2008 from Dallas, Texas. He was preceded in death by his step-father, Albert W. Hardison, Sr., his grandmother, Lucille Hardison and his grandfather, William Ford and Willie Hill.

He leaves to cherish beautiful memories; his mother, Telma Hardison, Dallas, Texas; his father, Linzy Hill, Oklahoma City; his son, Adrian Keith Hill, Texas; his daughter, Jolence, Wichita, Kansas; his brothers, Albert W. Hardison, Jr., Dallas, Texas, Linzy Hill, Jr., Dallas, Texas and Chris Hill, California; his sisters, Valerie Carter, Tajuana Hardison and Cicely Hill, all of Oklahoma City; God-brothers, Ginori James, Ronnie "Slim" Quinn, George "3" Brooks and Harry "H.P." Flemming, Dallas, Texas; his grandmothers, Thresa [Henry] Brown, Muskogee, Oklahoma, and Athelene Hill, Oklahoma City; along with a caravan of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends.

The Celebratory Farewell for Mr. Hill will be on Saturday, September 27, 2008 at 11:00 A.M. in the First Baptist Church of Checotah. Rev. Samuel Harper will officiate. You may visit Brian, as he slumbers in sweet repose, on Friday from 1 PM to 7 PM at the Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc. At the conclusion of the service, Brian will be taken to the Warrior Cemetery in the Biglow Ebony, Horse-drawn Vintage Carriage.

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