Kenneth Everett Hill

Kenneth Everett Hill, of League City, Texas passed away Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at the age of 68. He was born June 5, 1948 in Detroit, Michigan to Frank Everett and Grace Catherine Hill. He was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Grace Hill. Kenneth is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Peggy, daughters Cindy Sanchez and Christy Drybread, son in laws, Matt Drybread and Tony Sanchez, sister Janice Logan, brother in law Bob Logan, nephews, Jimmy and John Holbert, grandchildren Kamren and Kailey Drybread and Josiah Sanchez and his father in law, Bill Flora. A Memorial Service will be held at Clear Lake Presbyterian Church, 1511 El Dorado Blvd, Houston, TX 77062 on February 13, 2017 at 2:00 PM . Memorial gifts can be donated to the Lewy Body Dementia Association,


  1. Our prayers for Peggy and her family. May God comfort you in your time of grief. Charles Dickson and Roberta Shepherd

    Roberta Shepherd
  2. Peggy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are so sorry to hear about Ken. Our deepest sympathies.
    Cindy & Steve Hallmark

    Cindy Hallmark
  3. Peggy, so sorry.

    Mary Basich
  4. I knew Ken and Peggy from CLCP. They’re a beautiful couple who clearly love Jesus. My condolences to Peggy and her family.

    Randy Misfeldt
  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with Peggy, Cindy, Christy and all of the CLPC family.

    Marti and John Harnly
  6. Dearest Peggy and family,

    My words just can’t convey what my heart feels. Ken was such a great guy and loved by so many. May God be with you today and in all the days to come until you meet your sweet Ken again.

    Johnna and Larry Cormier
  7. To Peggy and the entire HIll family,

    We pray that God will hold you close to his heart, as you grieve this great, sudden loss of Ken, a spouse, father and grandfather. Claim the promise of Phil.4:6 which says that “we can have God’s peace, which transcends understanding” even in the toughest parts of our lives.

    Grace and peace,

    Don and Carol Brown

    Don and Carol Brown
  8. Sorry for your loss. Hope you can find peace knowing he is now at peace.

    Sue Turnbeau
  9. Our deepest sympathy to you all. Ken was a kind and gentle person that everyone loved. He will be truly missed. Prayers for you all as you go through this tough time

    Marlene & Michael Auth
  10. Peggy we send our love and are so sorry. We will be in Florida visiting my sister who has leukemia and not doing well so we will be unable to attend Ken’s service but our prayers will be with you.
    Marilyn and Gene

    Gene and Marilyn Iserman
  11. So sorry to hear of his passing, Peggy. Deepest sympathies to you and your family. You have done much to educate us about this form of dementia. Peace to you.

    Nancy Vernau
  12. To my friend Ken: I will miss your smile on Sunday morning. I have known you for a long time growing up with your kiddos but our friendship and your warm hellos always made me want to chat with you every time I saw you. I was glad I got to say Merry Christmas to you on Christmas Eve. I know your no longer in pain and I can feel your smiles beam down upon me when the sun is shinning. Behave up there when your driving around in your golf cart… Take care my friend.

    Peter Nyquist
  13. I am so sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and comfort I know your pain. I lost my husband 5 months ago. Love you and yours cousin.

    Barbara Swope
  14. I was saddened to hear of the death of Ken. I did not know the Hill family very well but is still a shock. Prayers and love to the family.

    Amy Shadle
  15. Sending hugs and prayers.

    Martha Borchert
  16. Peggy,
    Our deepest sympathies, love, and prayers are with you. Our hearts are broken with yours and we grieve with you our dear sister in Christ. We are here for you and your family.<3 We love you!
    Lelia, Mark & Lelia Cameron

    Lelia Sprague
  17. Peggy: Saddened to hear of the passing of your husband Ken. You don’t know me but I knew Ken while attending Franklin High in Livonia,MI.. Knew him in school and admired his character! My wife and I reside in Mission,TX. in the Rio Grande Valley. We also know the Lord. May God bless you and Family! In Christ, Daniel Ryan.

    Daniel D. Ryan

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