Harriet Hargrove Hill, 99, of Powder Springs, GA passed away peacefully in her home on Tuesday. July 25, 2023. A Funeral Service will be held in her honor on Saturday, July 29, 2023, at 11:00 AM at McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church in the chapel with Rev. Charles Marus officiating. Harriet will be laid to rest with her husband Dr. William Harry Hill at Floral Hill Cemetery in Palmetto, GA on Saturday, July 29, 2023, at 2:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Harriet’s name to, McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church at www.mceachernumc.org.

Harriet is survived by her cousin, Billy Hargrove and his wife Virginia of Hawkinsville, GA; nephew, George Stevens of Fort Washington, MD; life long friends, Carolyn Black of Powder Springs, GA, Melissa Zgonc of Powder Springs, GA and Jon Anderson of Cleveland, GA; and her faithful and loving companion, Penny a miniature Doberman Pinscher, and her devoted caregivers.

Harriet Hargrove Hill was born Wednesday, June 18, 1924, in Atlanta, GA to Joseph & Doris Hargrove. After graduating high school, she attended Agnes Scott College where she obtained a degree in History and Political Science. Harriet met and married her best friend and the love of her life, Dr. William Harry Hill, and they had sixty-nine wonderful years together until his passing. Harriet had a close personal relationship with God, and she and Harry worshipped together at McEachern Memorial United Methodist church for several decades. She was very involved with the church and participated in many committees and was also a member of the Nat Long Sunday school class. She and her husband were long-time supporters & contributors to Young Harris College and impacted the lives of many young people. Harriet had a very caring nature about her, she spent time volunteering at West Paces Ferry Hospital for many years. She also had a great love of animals, and genuinely enjoyed her time with her companion Penny. Harriet loved to travel, and she and Harry went on many vacations together exploring different areas of the world. Harriet was the definition of a true southern lady, and she loved being able to entertain people in her home. She had a wonderful sense of humor and loved to laugh. Her loving presence will be forever missed.

A visitation will be held on Saturday, July 29, 2023, between the hours of 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM at McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church in the chapel.

Arrangements under the caring guidance of Mayes Ward Dobbins Funeral Home & Crematory.