Sherri Marie Hill moved to her Home in Heaven on March 13, 2020. She began her sojourn here on earth on May 14, 2000. In 2006, she began the battle for her life against a formidable opponent: brain cancer. With friends, family, and a medical team that became like family, she battled long and hard for 14 years when the Lord finally called her Home. She had a spirit that made all of us want to fight for her. She made friends everywhere she went. And she was a tower of strength through it all. She will always be remembered for her humor, quick wit, and caring heart.
Her older brother Sammy, maternal grandmother Beverly, and several other relatives were there to greet her on her arrival Home. She left behind her parents Casey and Amanda Hill along with siblings Daniel, Alexa, Sydney, and Talitha, who will remember her until they each are called Home as well. Grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins are also left behind to remember and share her legacy.
There will be a service at Calvary Chapel Downeast, Friday, May 14 at 4pm followed by a fellowship dinner and party to celebrate her life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations of toys for other patients at Maine Children’s Cancer Program, 100 Campus Dr. #107, Scarborough, ME 04074
Arrangements by Acadia Burial and Cremation Direct, 248 State St. Ellsworth
Condolences may be expressed at www.acadiacremation.com
Our family can’t help but wonder how your family is doing during this difficult time. Or love and condolences are with you and your family! You are so strong together!!
Love, hugs, and prayers for you all during this time (and always). Sherri is an inspiration for us all. Your family is is a testament to God’s love.
I am so sorry for your loss. I am honored to have known her even for a short time.
We are so sorry for your loss. We praise Jesus that she is now in the arms of Jesus…healed and happy and that we all get to see her again. You all through the years have been a great testimony to the love of Christ. Thank you for that.
I’ve been praying for your family since I ran across your Facebook page. Thank you for your underlying hope through all of us this, it is a LIGHT. Praying with your family now.
We love you guys and are holding you all in prayer! Sherri and the whole family have been a wonderful testimony to what faith in God during difficult circumstances really looks like. Sherri’s unwavering faith will always be a part of my memory. I pray that I can handle my circumstances with the grace that she had! God bless you!
I followed your family’s journey for many years during Beverly’s time at Trenton and then after. You are an AMAZING family filled with God’s love and strength. Thank you, for sharing this experience with us and showing us that we too, can be strong in God’s love, no matter what we face in life.
Sending love, prayers and light! My heartfelt condolences to everyone and Sherri will be missed. I’m so grateful I got to talk to her briefly last summer. Lots of love and I’m always here if you need anything.
I’m so sorry for your loss but we know that Sherri is in the loving arms of her Grammy, brother, and other family members, but the best is the Arms Of Jesus! It doesn’t make your pain any less easy to take so please know I’m praying for God’s comfort and strength to help you with that daily healing. It was such a pleasure to get to know Sherri in my Sunday School class many years ago. She was always a very happy little girl. But know she is in no more pain and celebrating a new life in Heaven.
So sorry, yoy are all in my thoughts and prayers
Our thoughts and preyers are with you bub we love you
My heart break for you all. Sending much love. Praying for Gods loving arms to surround you with comfort and healing.❤️
So sorry for your loss. You are all in our prayers
So very sorry for your loss, but for Sherris gain in living eternally in God’s kingdom , being made whole again. Been in my prayers ever since I met you years ago in Ellsworth. May the Lord grant you much comfort!
Our thoughts and prayers are with your whole family. Sorry for your loss.
God Bless all of you. You’ve been.through a lot
That was suppose to say Cousin Brenda
Casey, Amanda and family….I am so sorry about losing Sherri. She certainly fought a tough battle right up to the end. She probably met Sammi and said “Hey, hope you don’t mind sharing the date, big brother!! “ I hope it brings you some comfort to know they are together. See you soon, Renae
Amanda and Casey and each sibling, I have been so encouraged each day as I see your faithfulness and courage as you have fought this incredible battle with Sherri. I have been privileged to pray for her and for each of you to find the peace that only God is able to provide. Blessings for each of you as you grieve but not without hope that you will meet Sherri again soon.
so very sorry for your great loss. She is an Angel of God now.
Dear Hill Family, I have been following your story of faith and courage for many years. It is wonderful to witness Christ in you, our hope of glory, over the years. Sherie will be missed for sure and my prayers will continue for the next journey of grief. We can only imagine how free Sherie is in the presence of her Savior and loved gone before her. Love and prayers, Jerral
We mourn for you, Amanda, Casey, Daniel, Alexa, Sydney, and Talitha, but we celebrate Sherri ‘s present circumstance—with her Savior in Heaven. Love you all. You’ve demonstrated for years what it is to put faith and love above everything.
Today would have been your 20th birthday, Sherri. Know how much your team at Maine Children’s adored you and thank you for putting up with us as long as you did. I miss your sweet smile, your smirk, your grace, your kindness and our shared love for animals. I feel so fortunate to have known you these past twelve years although I wish you never had to meet any of us. Know that you will never be forgotten. Much love to Amanda, Casey, Daniel, Alexa, Sydney, Talitha and all the furries at home.