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Cindy Hill

October 8, 1961 — January 31, 2022

Cynthia Lou “Cindy” Hill, 60, of West Valley City, Utah, peacefully left this world on January 31, 2022. She was surrounded with an abundance of the same love she shared with others throughout her life. Cindy was born October 8, 1961, to Albert and Nellie Hill in Vallejo, California. She was the youngest of 4 children.

Cindy proudly served our country in the United States Air Force from July 1979 - April 1988. She completed her service as an ICBM missile mechanic at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls, Montana. She received a Meritorious Service Medal and achieved the rank of Staff Sergeant before exiting her military career with honor. Special shout out to the 341st MM “Aim High… Fly-Fight-Win.”

After settling her roots in Salt Lake City, Cindy spent 22 years zealously growing her career, exiting Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc. as a Sales Manager. She self-described as a “lazy person”, but not a single person that knew her would ever categorize her in such a way. In reality her character was quite the contrary, she was a work horse anyone would be proud to have on their team.

Cindy is preceded in death by her father, Albert. 

Cindy is survived by her great love, Denny; her mother, Nellie; her two children Holly (Adam) and Jesica; and siblings Becky (Bart), Alice (Steve) and Ron. She also leaves behind 3 grandchildren, Sameria (Chase), Kolton and Addison, and one great-grandson, Coewyn.

The last few years of her life brought some of her greatest challenges, but no surprise those challenges were transformed into her greatest successes. During these years she married her one true love, Denny, and spent quality time with her family. As a tight knit family, we lived life to its fullest and created memories together that will echo for eternity. There is zero doubt that she will be dearly missed by many.  

Cindy had an exuberant love of life, with many hobbies that she shared with her friends and family. Chief among them were wine-making, cheese-making, gardening, beading, and jewelry crafting, among many others. She enjoyed seeing new sights and always had an eye to the ground for stones to add to her collection. Where there was music, you could bet she’d be one of the first up and dancing, her infectious, carefree ways bringing the party to her. She made gray hair cool.

We will miss Cindy here in this life but find comfort in the knowledge that she had joyful reunion and celebration with those welcoming her to the next.

At her request, no funeral or memorial is planned. She asks only that all who love her admire the beauty around them on a hike or in a simple sunset and know that she is sharing it with you.


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