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Ms. Lottie B. Bills
 

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Born in Hugo, OK on Apr. 14, 1959
Departed on Feb. 19, 2017 and resided in Phoenix, AZ.
Visitation: Friday, Mar. 3, 2017
11:00 am
Service: Friday, Mar. 3, 2017
12 pm
Cemetery: Historic Woodlawn
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Lottie B. Bills was born April 14, 1959 to Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Cannie Bills who both preceded her in death.

Lottie was the 14th child of 15 children. She was born in Hugo Oklahoma where she attended the New Ebenezer Baptist Church at a very early age. In 1970, Lottie and her family moved to Toledo, Ohio where she joined Southern Missionary Baptist Church at the tender age of 11 years old. Later in life, Lottie joined The Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church where the late Rev. H.M. Crenshaw was her Pastor. In 1997, Lottie moved to Phoenix AZ. and joined Greater Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorate of Pastor John B. Newsome.

In 2000, Lottie Joined the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Isaac Pitre, Sr. Lottie loved her church family and her smile lite up the room as she entered the front door.

Lottie met and united in Holy Matrimony with the Late Mr. Willie Smith. May they both rest peacefully together.

Lottie graduated from Jessup W. Scott High School in 1977. She later received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Social Work. Lottie went on to receive her Registered Nursing Degree from Owens State Community College and was honored to receive her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing.

Lottie loved taking care of others and was employed at the Maricopa IHS Hospital as a Registered Nurse for 19 years. She was also employed as a Clinical Manager of Perinatal Family Care Unit at Banner University Phoenix Campus from 1997 until her passing. Lottie was loved and respected by all she managed as well as her colleagues.

Lottie was a faithful member of New Creation Gospel Singers for 13 years where she sang as an alto in the group. She was such an inspiration and she showed leadership and dedication that encouraged each group member.
Lottie was affectionately known as "Sugar" by family members and close friends because she was always known to have a sweet and giving spirit. She was always willing to lend a helping hand to everyone who crossed her path. She knew no strangers. Lottie was known by many as an earthly angel with wings of gold.

She loved her son and her granddaughter with all her heart. She was such a wonderful mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, employee, and friend.

Lottie loved to encourage others and there was nothing that she wouldn't do to help uplift your day. Lottie embraced life and all that it had to offer. She truly lived a life that will always be remembered by all who knew her.

Lottie was preceded in death by her husband Mr. Willie Smith and her brother Mr. Johnny Lee Bills and followed by brother Elroy Bills.

Lottie leaves to cherish her memory her loving son, Jamie Rashawn Hellom and her beautiful granddaughter Serenity Nevaeh Hellom. Her siblings Vanilla Brown and Billie Feagin, both of Toledo Ohio. Elvester Calvin (Lloyd) of Phoenix, AZ. Mr. Sammy Bills, Mr. Robert Bills (Debbie), Mr. Curley Bills (Diane), Maggie Bills, Larry Bills, Lewis Bills, Franklin Bills (Betty), Howard Bills (Mary), all of Toledo Ohio and Amie Bobo from Phoenix, AZ. Lottie has three God sons that treasure her memory, Zachary Fletcher and Kevin Warner both of Toledo, Ohio and Andre Johnson from Avondale, Arizona. She also leaves to hold her memory dear, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and devoted friends.

Lottie's New Creation family, Amie Bobo, Gloria Smith, Annette Sims, and Briana Bobo will miss her greatly.
And her special friends of over 40 years Pamela Snell and Cheryl Collins they will always hold a special place for Lottie in their heart.

"I am a New Creation; the old life has passed away and the new life has begun."
  

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