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Frances (Faye) Lorraine Hillman
April 21, 2017, 05:00 AM

Frances (Faye) Lorraine Hillman

Frances (Faye) Lorraine Hillman, died on April 2, 2017, at age 92, a resident at the Atria Hillsdale Senior Living in San Mateo CA.

Frances (Faye) was born March 30, 1925, to Edward and Lillian Jackett.

Formerly of Richland Center, Wisconsin; she graduated from Richland Center High School.

A resident of San Mateo CA for 64 years, Faye worked 35 years at EIMAC, a Defense Contractor, in San Bruno and later in San Carlos, as a Circuit Board Specialist.

She was a long time member of St. Matthew’s Catholic Church.

Faye enjoyed knitting, was an avid walker, race horse co-owner and fancied the horse racing at Bay Meadows and Tanforan Race Track, and she was always front and center watching the Kentucky Derby, enjoyed outings such as lunches and dinners, and loved her Martini, double!

She reached out to her friends and family; she loved her extended families as well as her own familiy.

Faye married George F Hillman and had 3 children – Joylyn Neatherby (Charles), George E Hillman (Nancy) and John K Hillman; and 2 stepdaughters – Jean Knoble and Joan Cockcroft.

Predeceased by her spouse George F Hillman, daughter Joylyn Neatherby, brother Rodney Jackett and sister Marie Montgomery.

Survived by her sister Roseanne Pauls and brother James Jackett, residing in Spring Green, Wisconsin, and survived by many, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews,

A Memorial Service will be held on April 25, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. in the Pacific Chapel at Skylawn Memorial Park, Hwy 92 & Skyline Blvd, San Mateo, with Father Tom Martin officiating. Graveside service follows.

A Celebration of Life will be held immediately following the service. We love you and miss you already, Faye/Gramms/Grandma/Friend.

Memorial donations may be made to your favorite charity.




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