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David Donnell Hill, age 30

David Donnell Hill, age 30, of Little Rock, Arkansas passed away on March 28, 2024. He was born in San Diego, California on June 1, 1993 to parents Kerry Donnell Hill and Darlene Torres.

David was an avid sports fan, especially football and basketball. His favorite teams were the Raiders and the Lakers. David’s favorite saying was, “Hey Buddy”.

David is preceded in death by his parents, Kerry Hill and Darlene Torres.

He is survived by his sister Atasha Hill; brother Michael Carrillo; sister Crystal Halsdorf and her husband Jeremy Halsdorf; sister Lena Hill-Watada and her husband Dominque; sister Jessica Hill-Mask and husband Jacob; his grandmother Alice F. Hill; nieces and nephews Ja’shan Scott, Trelen Scott, Sienna Carrillo, Seth Carrillo, and Benjamin Carrillo; along with many other family members on the Hill side and Torres side of the family.

Arrangements by A Natural State Funeral Service 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook available at


  • Brittany Stone Posted April 21, 2024 3:29 PM

    He is missed beyond measure.

  • Syd Genco Posted April 21, 2024 3:32 PM

    Rest in peace, David

  • Lena Hill-Watada Posted April 22, 2024 9:31 AM

    Hey Buddy,

    One of my favorite memories is when you were only a couple of months old. I begged mom to let me feed and hold you while she was putting up the laundry. She finally agreed and she placed you in my lap and gave me a bottle. You were such a chill baby; you silently sucked down the bottle and gripped my finger so tight that it went a little numb. In that moment I knew that I’d do everything that I could to protect and love you. Mom must have been exhausted or maybe she had more laundry than I can remember, but she let us sit on that couch for a while longer. When she came back you had fallen asleep. I will never forget the stupid texts that we sent, or how we laughed over shared memories, and of course Dom will miss the your guys bickering. You’ll forever be in my heart and mind.

    I love you forever and ever
    Lena & Dom

  • Jessica Hill-Mask Posted April 25, 2024 6:12 AM


    I don’t know where to start or what to say. I keep thinking of how special it is that you got to walk me down the aisle at my wedding. It’s one of my most valuable memories of you and I’ll cherish it forever. As you walked me down the aisle, I remember thinking about how we used to wrestle as kids and pretend we were in the WWE championship. That day, it finally hit me that we were grown ups- time flew by without us even realizing.I thought I’d have a lifetime of sharing all my big moments with you. 30 years wasn’t long enough. Rather than hold on to the lack of time I get with you, I’ll remember the big and small moments we’ve shared- our random FaceTime calls, wrestling as kids, arguing about who’s turn it was to use the computer or watch tv next, the way you always wanted a hug, and most importantly your cheerful spirit and upbeat attitude about life. These are the things that made you MY big brother!

    I love you,
    Your favorite little sister, Jessica

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