Connie "Sunfire" Hill

Small Business Owner and Web Developer in Wenatchee, Washington

Connie "Sunfire" Hill

Small Business Owner and Web Developer in Wenatchee, Washington

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After serving 5 years in the US Navy, I earned my Bachelor's degree while working various roles at a local grocery store and selling my pyrography art.


Hitsaru, LLC is a company I own and operate with my husband, Ian. Our focus is on consulting for small businesses.

As a freelance webmaster, I am most comfortable working in the Front End (HTML, CSS, and Javascript/jQuery), but I also know PHP/MySQL programming. I have extensive experience with WordPress, from building and managing to securing. I also liaise with domain registration and hosting providers/services on behalf of my clients when needed.

As I continue to learn more and more, I focus on how to be sustainable, accessible, and secure in everything I create and manage. As such I tend to build on the JAMstack.


Sometimes my paid skills are used for unpaid webmastering roles, such as for non-profits or small conferences like the Diana Initiative, WOPR Summit, and American Heroes Network.

I am also active with the local veteran community, having served as the Vet Corps Navigator at Wenatchee Valley College, creating and managing NCW Veterans Info, and now serving as the Adjutant/Newsletter/Webmaster at VFW Post 3617.


My free time is often spent on creative projects particularly those around sustainability such as gardening, recycling/upcycling, cooking/baking from scratch, crochet and sewing, etc. I also enjoy spending time with my husband in Tamriel, playing Elder Scrolls Online.

As a “professional pedestrian” I do a lot of walking for transportation, but I also like to take a nice hike or a casual bike ride from time to time. I'm a fan and proponent of barefooting as a way to physically connect with nature. I also advocate for putting a positive spin on the traditional peace sign [Turn Peace Around].

  • Work
    • Hitsaru, LLC
  • Education
    • Web Development degree from DeVry University