Coy Donald Hill

December 02, 2021

Coy Donald Hill, a longtime resident of Comanche, passed away on Monday, November 29, 2021 in Lawton, OK. He was 77 years old. The funeral service will be held on Friday, December 3, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Freedom Biker Church. Viewing will be Thursday 9:00-6:00

Coy was born April 30, 1944 in McPherson, KS to Coy and June (Betsworth) Hill. After graduating from Duncan High School he proudly served his country in the US Army, from which he retired after a distinguished career. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Army Services Ribbon, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Four Overseas Service Bars, Vietnam Service Medal with Five Service Stars, Meritorious Service Medal, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Pam, Army Commendation Medal-5, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation with Pam, Good Conduct Medal-5, and Marksman Rifle M-16, After graduating college he taught school for several years. Coy loved to read, watch college football, and always cheering for his favorite team, the Oklahoma Sooners. He loved family get-togethers and being able to spend time with his friends and family. He loved helping others, and was a good friend to many people.

He is survived by his daughters: Jean Ann Terry and husband Mark, Comanche, Shelly Sallee and husband Larry Jr, Central High, Kelly Davis and husband Jackie, Velma, Molly Price and husband Greg, Nashville, TN, and Reenie Martinez and husband David, Lubbock, TX; two sisters: Pat Brown, Comanche, and Leota Tinkle and husband W.F., Oklahoma City; eight grandchildren: Lori Morgan, Chellsea Norman, Cory Hill, Tracie Wright, Keeton Sallee and wife Destiny, Kanon Autry, Keller Martinez, and Kelley Martinez; seven great-grandchildren: Rhylie, Everleigh, Tyler, Christopher, Addison, Karter, and Bodie.

Coy was preceded in death by his parents,Coty and June Hill; a daughter, PJ. Smith; a brother, Hershel Hill; and one brother in law, Weldon Brown.

Serving as pallbearers will be Jackie Davis, Larry Sallee Jr, William Brown, Johnny Brown, Keeton Sallee, and Mark Terry.

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