Stephanie Hilling

Stephanie was raised in Billings and was given the opportunity to take piano lessons at the age of 6. She began playing at Atonement in middle school, accompanying the choir and playing for church services, continuing throughout high school. Stephanie also accompanied the school choirs and played French horn in band and orchestra while attending Castle Rock Middle School and Skyview High School. She taught private piano and French horn lessons for several years in high school and again after college. After graduating from high school, Stephanie attended the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND, where she obtained her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2002. She returned to Billings after college, taking a position at St. John’s United, where she continues to work full time as a home health and hospice Occupational Therapist. Stephanie has spent the last 15 years focusing on raising her two daughters, Lily and Lori. Together with her husband Todd, she enjoys attending the dance, cheer, band, orchestra, and choir performances of her children as well as traveling with her extended family. Stephanie is excited to return to the piano (her stress reliever) as Atonement’s chapel choir accompanist.