Emilia (Millie) R. Hill
Emilia (Millie) R. Hill, 94, of Cochranton, died Monday, August 27, 2018 at the Meadville Medical Center. Born, February 2, 1924 in Salem, Ohio, she was the daughter of Joseph and Michaelena Fruedenheim Schilling. She married Raymond G. Hill on November 6, 1948 and he preceded her in death in 1975.
In 1941 she began working at a Defense Plant in Cleveland during World War II and then moved to Cochranton and began working at Westinghouse in Meadville, where she met her husband, and finally worked at Alltel for 15 years until she retired in 1990.
She enjoyed gardening, was active in the Meadville and Cochranton Senior Centers, playing games and cherished time spent with her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Survivors include her children, Curt Hill and his wife Jane of Cochranton, Krista Allegretti and her husband Albert of Meadville and Jodi Graham and her husband Mark of Meadville.
Grandchildren, Jacob Hill, Sarah Hill Moser and her children Isabel and Jonas, Andrew Allegretti and his wife Meredith, Brian Allegretti and his wife Marcie, Daniel Allegretti, Stacey Sayers and her husband Tavis and their children Isaiah, Lexi and Asher and Nick Graham and his wife Reneta and their son David VanBuren and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by four brothers, Henry, Edmund, Joseph and Bernard Schilling.
Friends and family will be received at the DICKSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 123 S. Franklin St., Cochranton on Thursday from 4-7pm. Interment will be in the Cochranton Cemetery.
Memorials can be made in Millie's name to the Cochranton Public Library, 107 W Pine St., Cochranton PA 16314.
Published on August 27, 2018

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