LaDonna Pierce Hill


LaDonna Pierce Hill, age 66, peacefully passed away on April 7, 2019 in Birmingham, Ala. She was born in Texarkana, Ark. A visitation will be held Wednesday, April 10 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., with a celebration of life service to follow at Moss Funeral Home, Cullman. She will then be buried in Nectar Cemetery, Nectar, Ala.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas Laydon Pierce, Jr. and Edla Sanders Pierce Davis; father-in-law, Phillip Hill; brother-in-law, Roger Lee Gunn, Sr.; and husband, Wayne Hill.
She is survived by her child, Bradley Hill; daughter-in-law, Stephanie Montross; grandson, Trevor Montoya; sister, Jackie Webb; brother-in-law, Scott Webb; nieces, Chelsea Clem (Micah), Maddea Ramirez (Daniel), Jessea Dimas (Jorge), and nephew Jaxon Webb; mother-in-law Lorene Hill; sister-in-law Jeanette Hill Gunn; nephew, Adam Lee Gunn; great nieces, aunts, cousins, and many friends.
Mrs. Hill worked in banking for well over 20 years and also taught special needs children for a short period. She loved all children unconditionally and often gave selflessly to others even when it meant she would go without. She had a big heart and would be remembered fondly by anyone she met. Mrs. Hill enjoyed family, cooking, reading, music, and cheering for the Auburn Tigers.
In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to the family to help cover incurred funeral expenses (Bradley Hill/son, 2807 SE 17th Street, Ocala, FL, 34471). Condolences and special memories may be left at, 256-734-1821. The family of LaDonna Pierce Hill acknowledges with deep appreciation your kind expression of sympathy.
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