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Yuba City High School
Class Of 1975
Welcome to the Yuba City High Class Of 1975 web site.

Our Very Own Website Guys! I hope you enjoy it!

Good Morning Classmates... for those of you who are not attached to our Facebook Page...

Sadly.... we've lost another classmate... Kenny Hill. I guess it hits home a little closer to home for me because I personally have known him since Barry School, about the 5th or 6th grade. He always was a very nice guy, always willing to help, always a gentleman from a very early age. I will be going to the services on Monday... Please leave a message for Judy and their daughters on his page on the Appeal's Obit or message her thru here.... :-(

Kenneth Avin Hill Obituary


Kenneth Avin Hill, of Yuba City, California. The rock of our family was called to Heaven peacefully, with his family by his side, on January 27, 2019, at the age of 62.

Ken leaves behind his loving wife and soul mate, Judy; his mother, Lorayne Hill; his daughters: Amy, Jami (Jason), Nicole (Steven); six grandchildren: Joshua, Joelle, Caitlyn, Bailey, Landen and Logan; his brother, Mark Hill (Candi); his sister, Karen Sangston (Eric); and two life-long friends he calls his brothers: Jerry Hulsey and Gary Hulsey.

He is preceded in death by his father, Avin Hill.

Ken and Judy's love story began when they were 16 and in 1976, they were married. For 42 years they truly lived by the vows they took. Ken set a standard in his example to his daughters of how a man should treat his wife and in a loving way taught his daughters to expect nothing less from their husbands. He lived in a house full of women and managed it so well!

Following in his Father's footsteps, Ken went to work in construction. Ken learned industry standards from Pavin' Avin and operating Ken's Backhoe Service for Teichert Construction before opening the doors to Hill & Hill Contracting in 1991. His business grew and made a solid and successful family business for over 20 years. Keeping with tradition, Ken kept his daughters involved learning the trade, teaching his girls the dedication it takes to build a successful business.

Ken is a family man with a heart of gold, who believes families who play, together stay together. He often said "Work hard, play Hard." We spent our childhood summers with Dad towing us around the lake until we were sunburnt or he ran out of gas.

During the winters we joined in the family caravan to dry camp in the sand dunes, until Mom said, "We are outta water!" Dad taught us an appreciation for early morning motorcycle rides and how to build a knee burner that would last all night. The guitars would come out after a long day of riding and Dad would sing to us all his favorite songs.

Anyone who knew "KHill" would say….he's a hard-workin', fun-lovin', guitar playin' man with a heart of gold! You will be missed terribly. Dad, you have touched so many hearts, and have many life-long friends who speak of you with a big smile and a great story. Because WE are so blessed to have had YOU in our lives. We know you'll be busy building a home for us girls, and you'll be back to pick us up when it's our turn, so until we meet again!

Please join us for services on Monday, February 4, 2019, at Noon at The church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on Butte House Road in Yuba City. Dedication of the Grave will follow at Sutter Cemetery, then a Celebration of Ken's Life will be held at NU Generation Lanes with refreshments.
Published in Appeal Democrat from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3, 2019