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September 20, 2018

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September 20, 2018

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December 16, 2017
My condolences to Dave and Tom Hill and "Poochie". I remember your dad (and mom) from Elm Lane. Lots of great memories playing in your backyard on the "wagon". I remember your dad driving the "pop" truck. From the pictures you posted it looks like your dad was very loved. He was blessed with a large family. You are all in my prayers during this difficult time. - Patsy Resseguie Fishnick
December 15, 2017
Crystal, Jeremy, Connor, Chelsea, Tom, Ruth and Chad- Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Love, The Nyenbrinks
December 15, 2017
My first memories of Mr. Hill was that dam bulldog on the front of his truck. It was intimidating but did not define this loving man. He lived life with the accelerator to the floor. My memories include him pushing his children to do their best, loving and supporting them in all of their challenges and always being available if needed. He practically owned the McDonalds on the north side on River. He could be seen there often with his loving wife before her death and after stirring or pouring the pot. With the loss of his wife a huge hole was left in his heart. Now he can dance with his bride again and rekindle their love as they look down on the large family left in this world to continue proclaiming God's word and representing the Hill name. Rest in peace Big Dog. Thank you for your service and for allowing me to be a part of your extended ring of friends.