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Bernetta Louise Hill

May 14, 1956 ~ February 10, 2021 (age 64)


   Bernetta Louise Hill, lovingly known as “Aunt Loose” was born in Columbia, NC on May 14, 1956 and went to be with the Lord on February 10, 2021. Bernetta’s death was preceded by her parents Johnnie Lee Hill and Ella Louise (Selby) Hill. She is survived by her sons, Quentin Lee Hill and Xavier Linwood Hill-Mais; her grandchildren Dae’Quan Quentin Hill and Anina Yvette Hill; sisters Diana Allen and Valerie H. Smith. She also leaves behind her treasured Aunt, Roberta Davey along with a host of nieces, nephews and special friends. Bernetta moved to Rochester, NY in October of 1968 and attended James Madison Junior/Senior High School, where she graduated in June of 1974. After graduation she attended Syracuse University where she majored in History. After college she landed a position at Strong Memorial Hospital in the Patients Account Department, where she worked for over 20 years. She left Rochester, NY in 1998 and moved to Greensboro, NC where she eventually landed a position at North Carolina A & T and worked as an Executive Assistant. She was blessed to be able to retire from this university on October 31, 2018; she was very grateful to have been apart of such a dynamic organization Over the years she was known for her love of shopping, traveling and for being Xavier’s #1 fan at all of his basketball games from the very start. She was an excellent seamstress and oftentimes created entire outfits without a pattern, including sewing clothes when her kids were babies, prom gowns, quilts, wedding decorations, etc., her creativity was phenomenal. She truly loved her two grandchildren and would give the world to them if she could. She was the best mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and dedicated friend anyone could ask for. She will truly be missed and forever cherished.

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