Charlotte Sevier Hill was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas on March 2, 1939 to Charles Hill and Doris Dean Hill. She moved to Kansas City as a teen with her family. Charlotte graduated from Central High School in Kansas City. She earned her B.A. and M.A. from University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) in Communications. She was an active member of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. She pursued a career in teaching at UMKC in the Department of Communications. Charlotte later joined her brother, Kenneth C. Hill, in his company, Tenenbaum Hill & Associates. Charlotte served as the Executive Director for decades, of the Kenneth C. Hill Private Family Charitable Foundation. Through Charlotte's benevolence, many students enrolled in K-12 schools and universities throughout Kansas City were able to further their education through her generous scholarships. Charlotte was also nominated as Woman of the Year by UMKC. She will be remembered for her generosity, as it enhanced the lives of many Kansas Citians. She traveled with Rockhurst University to Ireland and Switzerland. She enjoyed Alaskan Cruising, as well as traveling throughout Europe, Egypt and Israel with her son, Joshua. She delighted in doting on her grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Kenneth. She is survived by her son, Joshua (Emily), and her grandchildren, Nash, Noah, and Sasha, all of Kansas City. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to your charity of choice in honor of Charlotte. The memorial service will be privately held.