SACRAMENTO, Ky. — June Hill spent a good portion of her life in Sacramento, Kentucky. The small town in McLean County was her home. She was born on January 17, 1935. She would grow up and marry a coal miner, Bill. They would have four children and live a very happy life together.  

June was a homemaker for most of her life and she spent her time doting on her family. The Hill family would often go camping or horseback riding. The Hills were also committed to following their children around to the various sporting events they were involved in.

This probably contributed to June's love of sports. In her obituary, her family said she was a huge Kentucky Wildcat fan. They say June could tell you more about the players and coaches than some of the announcers calling the games. 

In addition to her love of sports, June loved to feed her family. They say no one will ever make creamed potatoes or fried sweet corn the way she did.

Her family wrote she was a member of Cypress Primitive Baptist Church and lived a good, full life. They are comforted knowing she is no longer in pain.

In addition to her children, June had eight grandchildren. She was 85-years-old.