Hill celebrates retirement from SFID

Jeff Hill, distribution systems manager for the Santa Fe Irrigation District, celebrated his retirement with more than 60 of his friends at Tony’s Jacal restaurant in Solana Beach after more than 33 years with the district.

The party took place on April 11. Community members, contractors, past and present employees, retired SFID General Manager Lloyd Hold and former board President Jim King all attended. King recalled his days of coaching Hill in Solana Beach Little League and thanked him for his service to the district.

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