Jay-Tee was born James Anthony Hill, October 26, 1990 to Tony Hill and the late Karen Hill/Gland.
He grew up in Pennsauken and attended school in the Pennsauken School District. Jay-Tee had a real passion for people, music, dogs, cars, and car audio that we honestly both adopted from Tony and Demond hanging out at the garage they used to have on Park Blvd and Haddon Ave in the early 90's. I say that to say, that if Jay didn’t do anything else to a car, the one thing he would do is put a system in it.
Jay-Tee loved Football and was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan (I think he got that from me, Brandon Parker). He also loved Bowling and took after both his mother and father and excelled in Bowling. He was well known around the local Bowling Circuit as a formidable opponent. Jay-Tee was a young heart with an old soul and loved 80 and 90's rap, rhythm, soul, and R&B music, and was a drummer both at heart and in skill. Whether it is him beating the drums or him blasting music, he could be heard blasting anything from blocks away. He loved music from Teena Marie, to DMX, A tribe called Quest to Luther (he stayed with a fire playlist). He was such a loving spirit and was loved by so many, which makes it so hard to say good bye.
He leaves behind to cherish his love, Anthony Tony Hill (father), Brandon Parker (brother), Sherice Parker (sister), Juanita Gland (grandmother), Dwayne Gland (uncle), Thomas Hill (uncle) of Lawnside, NJ, Timothy Hill (uncle) of Sicklerville, NJ, Elaine Hill (aunt) of Blackwood, NJ, Sylvia Hill (aunty/momma), Keyon Gibson (nephew), and a host of Family and Friends.
He is predeceased in death by his Mother Karen Hill/Gland, Grandmother Dora Hill, Grandfather Otis Rollins, Aunt Bertha Hill, Aunt Janice Hill, Aunt Darlene Hill, and Aunt Cynthia Holmes.