Salt Lake City, Utah -
Janis V Busby Hill, our wife, mother, and grandmother, passed unexpectedly from this life on July 17, 2023. She was born on January 27, 1963, to Harley Busby and Virla Bell. Janis married the love of her life, Cary Ray Hill, on September 2, 1982. She is survived by her husband, Cary Hill, her sons Ryan Hill and Casey Hill, her daughter Heather (Matt) Kiisel, her sisters Amy (Dave) Dellenbach and Linda (Phil) Bailey, and her beloved grandchildren Preston, Joanna, Owen, and Vance. She is preceded in death by her parents.
Janis fostered deep friendships that brought her incredible joy. She showered her friends and family with time, attention, and unconditional love. Whether she was on her daily walk, playing games with her family, or sitting with a book in her hand, life was always improved when she had company and was outside. She thrived with the sun on her face, the sand between her toes, and being serenaded by the sounds of nature.
Janis was a doting grandmother who was actively engaged in the activities and lives of her grandchildren, always nurturing, and creating fun. The cheer she brought to those around her will leave a lasting influence on all who knew her. She had unwavering faith in Jesus Christ and confidence in the promises of her covenants.
An open house will be held Monday, July 31 from 2-3 p.m. Services will be held Monday, July 31, 3:00 p.m. at the Olympus 2nd Ward meeting house. 3070 E Nila Way, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Life Story Info
She is still knocking at my front door knowing that I want or need to talk because the door is not shut all the way. I told her the last time I saw her was that she was a blessing to her children but more importantly they by design are a blessing to her. She is an Abraham on the alter who wore her goodness as a bent knee to bless the lives of others. I miss her...
Girls trip to Charleston, South Carolina
Oct 14, 2022
Last year we went leaf peeping up to Lava Hot Springs and to area around Bear Lake. We were to go on a Foliage Cruise this October 6th. Janis was so looking forward to going to all new places for her to visit. I will miss her terribly!