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Lillian Maxine Hill

August 12, 1999 ~ April 8, 2018 (age 18)

Come celebrate the life of Lillian Maxine Hill, affectionately known as Max. She transitioned to her next Journey on April 8th, 2018 at approximately 4:54 p.m. She leaves to cherish her memory Mother Anya Hill (Ciaunni Reyes), Sister Nasia Wallace, Brother Isaiah Hill, Grandmother Gwendolyn Smith, Great-aunt's Vernadine Pickens, Aunts Creona Trotter, Ebony Hill, Queiana Hill, Aliese McDonald, and Uncle Jerome Ivery. She will also be missed by a host of Family and Friends, including Cindy Fistamaker, affectionally known by Max as ‘White Auntie’. Max graduated in 2017 from Independence High School. She studied at Columbus State Community College majoring in Veterinary Technology Science. As a lover of animals Max established a rescue center for homeless pets (out of her mother's house). She provided love, shelter, care and safety for animals in need. She was a musician, skateboard enthusiast, dancer, swimmer and an aspiring rapper. Max positioned herself to be the next KAZEKAGE. (pronounce KAH ZAY KAH GAY) Which translated, is Japanese for “Protector of the Village” “Wind Shadow” and the “Strongest Leader” which is most responsible for restoring BALANCE of the village. Max indeed was the restorer of balance and justice. She reminded us to love and to be accepting without judgement. Max encouraged us to see things from different perspectives and would challenge us to examine ourselves, our own ways and to sit with our discomfort just long enough for us to grow and see things from various points of view. She let us know that there were many beautiful things just on the other side of discomfort. From sister, Nasia, “I'd say she had the best of intentions even knowing the significance of her condition. She would never let you worry. Her smile was so big that the fire of her Spirit met the inner-being of your SOUL. She was brilliant in her approach. Although she was constantly in pain, and wanted to be free from it, her attitude was always positive. She hugged, she laughed, she inspired. She inspired EVERY SINGLE PERSON she came in contact with. “Mad Max” was the best Baby Sister ever! She lived her best life by giving back. She did not want to give up on us. Her energy has been relinquished into the Universe. Now our Guardian Angel traveling through time and space communing with the ancestors. Max is loved because she is love. Until we meet again. Memorial Service will be held Friday, April 20, 2018 at Big Walnut shelter house 5000 E. Livingstone Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43227

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