Jennie Pearl was born June 29, 1941 in Sayre, Pa., a daughter of the late Lewis and Julia (Comfort) Tice.
She grew up in the Centerville area and was a 1961 graduate of SRU High School. Jennie was the wife of the late Clifford “Skip” Hill. While Jennie enjoyed her work at several establishments over the years, her devotion to family and home was her real calling in life. She was a member of North Chemung United Methodist Church and the Wellsburg Volunteer Fire Company’s Ladies Auxiliary. Jennie will be lovingly remembered as a quiet person. Though she sometimes kept to herself, she would always offer a hand to anyone in need. She cherished her grandchildren.
Jennie also appreciated nature and being outdoors. Favorite enjoyments were fishing, camping, tending her flower gardens, riding bike and playing Bingo. In earlier years, she loved to play softball and was an avid bowler.