Eran Sharif Hill II was born April 8th, 1996, in Sacramento, Ca. Blessing his parents, Darcy and Eran Hill, with his presence. Eran was the second child born into the family. At the age of 5 Eran, his older sister ShaRae and his mom Darcy moved to Fort Worth, Tx. In Texas, Eran attended school at carroll peak and morningside elementary. He also started his interest in sports, especially baseball. He and his sister joined the boys and girls club soon as Eran turned 6. He was so excited about being a part of the club. While participating at the boys and girls club, His mom and auntie Nakia, took on the position of Basketball coach.. A very entertaining and enjoyable season with his cousin TaMyjah and sis ShaRae, who were on the same team. In Texas is where Eran got the nickname Bubba man, by his late Grandpa, Larry Davis.
Eran was a very caring and kind child, who grew into a caring and kind young man. After the passing of his Grandma, Bertha May, his mom and sis moved again, this time to Atlanta, Ga. Eran was 8. Eran resided in Atlanta for almost 10 years, where he made a lot of friends. Eran made friends easily because of his good natured spirit. He loved to be the life of the party, he loved to rap and He loved to dress, from the shoes to the clothes, He loved to impress, especially the ladies. And he loved to hang with big cousin Jeurray and his friends.
Eran was a very outdoors type of person. He loved nature: birds, fish, turtles, he loved it all. He enjoyed going fishing, swimming, and camping. He was always involved in something outdoors. When we first arrived in Atlanta, Eran said, “I'm going to play for the Atlanta Braves when I get older”. He played on several baseball teams, until the age of 13, and that's when he kinda slowed down. Still looking for a team to play on, He really enjoyed playing baseball. He attended Campbell Elementary, McNair middle school and Creekside High, his 9th grade year
Eran was a man of Faith and belief in the . While living in Atlanta, Ga, Eran attended Greater New Light Missionary Baptist Church, where he was later baptized around age 10. Although Eran may have strayed away, his faith was strong.
By December, 2013, Eran had relocated again with his family, to Denver, Co. Where his Aunt Christy and 3 cousins, Jeurray, JaLynn and EnvyMe resided. This is where he worked his first job as a server at sonic. Eran was so excited about working. He would often walk to work or catch the bus, waiting to get a car. Eran loved money and to dress nice so keeping money in his pockets was a must. He gradually steered away from fast food and slowly started getting into the construction business. Working with different companies and sometimes day labor. Eran also had a passion for Sales. He was a true business man. Buying, fixing and selling cars on the side.
In December, 2016, Eran’s first daughter was born, Eriana Miracle. A few years later, October 25th, his second daughter was born, BreAle’ Michelle. Eran was so Proud and happy to be a Father. Taking his girls to the park and all the birthday parties and just spending time to make them happy. His girls were his pride and joy. Taking trips down to Sloans Lake with the family to fish and barbeque and catch crawfish is one of the many memories we share.
Eran had just taken the trip to Memphis in mid December, with his Aunt Christy and cousin JaLynn, to see his Mom and 5 siblings. That will always be a memory I hold dear to my heart. Eran was able to meet his first born son, LeJ’end Hill, born January 18th, 2022. Eran was a very loving, devoted and caring Son, brother, Uncle, friend and father. Eran will be deeply missed by all those he left behind.
Eran departed this life on Thursday, February 3, 2022. Those left to cherish his memory include his mother Darcy Hill, his father, Eran Hill, his sisters ShaRae Brown, Adrieanna Vinson, Tesia Jackson, Tierra Hill, Aubrey Hill, Heaven Hill, and Dayshia Hill. And four brothers Zeveian Davis, Zachari Davis, Javonte Vinson, and King Hill. He left behind his three beloved aunts, Christy Ivory, Nakia Davis, and Tranisha Davis. Eran is survived by several cousins, family, and friends including Jeurray Ivory whom he was raised with as a brother. He is also survived by a host of loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.