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Jaquez Octavious Hill
March 2, 2003 ~ October 7, 2023 (age 20) 20 Years Old
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We are here to celebrate the life of Jacquez Octavious Hill, a young man who was born on March 2, 2003, in Dothan, Alabama, and tragically left us on October 7, 2023, in the very same city where his journey started. Known simply as Jacquez to those who loved him, he was a beacon of love and joy, whose positive energy touched everyone he encountered.
Jacquez was born into a loving family and was preceded in death by his mother, Kimberly Michelle Hill; brother, DeVonta Hill; grandmother, Willer Dean Hill; grandfather, Johnny C. Hill; great aunt, Martha Rose Owens; and first cousin, Cortez Hill. Their memories live on in Jacquez and the love they shared continues to be a source of strength for the family they left behind.
He is survived by his father: Jarvin Dean; sisters, Anesha, Tiesha, Chelsea, and A’ynia Hill, who he was deeply protective of, and his aunt, Sandra Hill. He also leaves behind his uncles: Earl Reeves, James Hill and Larry Garlinton; auntie: Latoria Dean Anglin; grandparents: Louise (Scottie Lee) Dean along with a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. They all carry with them cherished memories of Jacquez, a testament to the impact he had on their lives. His grandparents: Kathy (Ronald) Haynes, Kathia Washington, Kadaja Tillman, Kaneshia (Charles) Thomas, and Latoria Dean Anglin; aunt: Latoria Dean Anglin.
Jacquez was a proud alumnus of Dothan High School. He was a dedicated student who embraced the challenges of education with a positive spirit. His classmates and teachers remember him as a bright, engaging young man who brought a unique energy to the classroom. Jacquez was more than just a loving brother, a caring uncle, and a treasured friend. He was a person who found joy in the simplest things. He loved playing with his nieces, bringing a smile to their faces with his infectious energy and love for life. Music was another passion of Jacquez. It was a language through which he communicated his joy, his dreams, and his love for those around him.
Jacquez was a protective figure, especially when it came to his four sisters. He loved them dearly and always looked out for them. His sisters remember him as their guardian, their confidant, and their best friend. The bond they shared was unique and will continue to be a source of strength for them. As we remember Jacquez, we celebrate a life lived with love, laughter, and a sense of family. His memory will continue to inspire those who knew him, reminding us all to cherish the moments we have with our loved ones. Jacquez Octavious Hill may have left us too soon, but his spirit, his love, and his passion for life live on in the hearts of those he left behind. In closing, we remember Jacquez not just for the years he spent with us, but for the love and joy he brought into our lives. His legacy is one of love, of music, of family, and of a life lived with passion and purpose. He will be greatly missed, but his memory will continue to inspire and guide us. Rest in peace, Jacquez. Your spirit lives on.