ANN HILL EASTMAN
Ann Hill Eastman was born in Williamsport, PA on January 10, 1936, to loving parents Spencer and Olive Hill. She passed away on September 10, 2022. She was 86 years old.
Ann loved spending time with her family, particularly during the summer when she vacationed in Galveston, Texas with family members. She loved fresh seafood, and a vacation highlight every summer was greeting the local shrimp boats to buy shrimp for a shrimp boil feast.
Her favorite time of the year was Christmas, which she made extra special for her family and friends by hosting an open house every Christmas Eve serving such delights as homemade cookies, sugar plum cake, dried beef rolls, shrimp dip and the like. She always prepared the Christmas Day feast and never forgot her cinnamon apples and the John Cope’s corn!
She played bridge, was an avid reader of the latest novels, belonged to a monthly book club and a supper club. She never missed a Williamsport High School or John’s Hopkins reunion. Her favorite T.V. show was the Carol Burnett Show.
Ann handled many hard challenges in her lifetime, but she always met them head on with grit and determination. She was a strong, loving woman who led a purposeful life in both family and career. Throughout the ups and downs, she maintained a positive attitude and kept kindness, forgiveness and love in the forefront.
She was a graduate of Wilson College and John’s Hopkins School of Nursing. She received her master’s degree in Nursing from Texas Women’s University. She had a lengthy and successful career as a school nurse for the Carrollton/Farmer’s Branch School District and Health Administrator for the Dallas Independent School District. She was a recipient of several prestigious awards commending her exemplary service to public school health.
Ann is survived by her daughters, Robin Ann Eastman of Arlington, TX, Holly Gray Studinger and son-in-law Bob Studinger of Englewood, CO, her granddaughters, Sylvia Ramirez of Bryan, TX, and Emily Ramirez of Arlington, TX, and a great grandson, Kylan Ramirez of Arlington, TX; her sister, Irene Mnick and brother-in-law Joe Mnick of Fort Mill, SC, and her brother, Spencer Hill of Littleton, CO; nephew Jeff Mnick of San Antonio, TX, and niece Stacey Mnick Vinson of Charlotte, NC. She also leaves behind numerous loving friends.
Funeral Services have been entrusted to North Dallas Funeral Home, A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday September 24,2022 at 12:00pm at North Dallas Funeral Home located at 2710 Valley View Ln, Farmers Branch, TX 75234. Mrs. Eastman will be laid to rest at the Wildwood Cemetery in Williamsport, PA.
It was such a nice pleasure to meet you, and what you had planned for my father just took my breath away. It was so special to hear you tell us how he would just come over to talk with you. I think it brought him much comfort. Tha you for putting that Air Force article of him on your website. I am going to have a replica made of the painting of his plane to give you. Thank you again for all you have done to honor our dad. Love, The Gillilands
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I will always remember you Ann, how you took me into your home when Robin and I were in our junior year of high school. I was having problems at home and you allowed me to stay with you all. I will never forget you always made dinner every night, and you always welcomed me to eat with you all.
Even though I know it was hard, I always felt welcomed and loved and I’m so grateful to you for that, thank you for your loving kindness.
Thank you Jesus for inviting us into your loving arms and making a heavenly home for us.
I know that you will be so missed by Robin and Holly and their families. I pray that they will continue to feel your love, peace and comfort and remember you are in the loving arms of Jesus✨
Peace be with you Robin and your family!
Robin, Holly, Sylvia, Emily and Kylan:
We wish for you comfort, peace and wonderful memories at this sad time.
I will always cherish Ann as my friend and confidant; a beautiful woman who was loving and kind. Our Eastman Family was so lucky to have her in our lives. She will forever be my sister-in-law! Sending love to all of you, Linda & Ed
May God bless your mother and your family. Sending you much love and prayers.
I love you and I’ll miss you! See you in Heaven!
Mom, I miss you every day. I am grateful to know that you are at peace resting in His everlasting arms. Praise HIM for that. You are young, beautiful, and redeemed, this I know. And I bet your hair is permed and styled~as you always kept it. I am honored to have been your daughter. You were such a fantastic mother, always loving, always kind, compassionate, understanding. You took good care of us, Mommie and my daughters Sylvia and Emily as well. Thank you for always being there, and never giving up hope. Thank you for loving me all these years, through thick and thin. I shall treasure you forever in my heart~You are my Sunshine. You made the world a better place. I love you~I will see you in Glory. Hugs and kisses~your loving daughter, Robin
Aunt Ann was so loved. I had a special relationship with her. She will be missed greatly. God Bless you and your family.
You took me in when I was young and in need. You opened your home to everyone on Christmas Eve’s. What great memories of those fun, unconditionally loving (and smoke filled) evenings! Your home was always welcoming and open. Thank you.
I’m so happy we got to visit not so long ago. I know you are at peace and in the loving arms of Christ.
Go in peace and know that you were loved.
God bless you Robin for all that you have done and the love and care that you have given your Mom for so many years. May you find peace as well. Love you, my friend.
As I sat next to your bed, stroking your hair and humming our tune, you smiled and opened your eyes; looking at me you said “You Love Me Very Much, Don’t You.” It wasn’t really a question, as much as an affirmation. Thank you mom for teaching me to love. Rest In Peace
Robin, Holly, Sylvia, Emily & Kylan,
This is such a loving tribute to Ann! Beautiful pictures of wonderful memories to cherish & treasure forever. I pray that God will continue to give yall peace love & comfort! Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel! Rest in peace Ann!