Gary Hill
Low & Low Funeral Directors
1763 Reach Street
Port Perry, ON
Passed quietly surrounded by family on Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at the age of 60. Gary is survived by his loving wife Marsha, partner in life and in business. Loving father to Cody and Trevor (Alexis), loving son to Nan Hill and the late Grant Hill. Brother to Janice James (Glen) and Doug Hill (Tricia), as well as uncle to nephews and niece.
Gary Hill Auctions has been a staple of Durham Region for 40 years. As an auctioneer Gary was back to back Canadian Champion in 1995 and 1996, going on to place runner up in the world competition. He enjoyed volunteering his time to many charity auction events during his career, and was also known as one of the long time voices of the Uxbridge Fall Fair. Gary will be remembered for his ability to charm a crowd, his hard work ethic, and his honesty and integrity in the farming community.
A celebration of life will be held Sunday, November 14, 2021, at the Uxbridge Sales Barn, 720 Davis Dr., Uxbridge from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Ontario COVID-19 restrictions in effect at this time will apply. In lieu of flowers, charities and causes that are supported by the family are the Canadian Cancer Society, Parkinson's Canada, and Oak Ridges Hospice of Durham.
Published by Durham Region News on Oct. 26, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Uxbridge Sales Barn
720 Davis Dr., Uxbridge, ON
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Our best to you Nan.

The Lippay Family
Doug Lippay
November 14, 2021
Ralph and Patty Smalley
November 6, 2021
Gary was humble, kind, smart, charming and funny. He was a man with integrity who always had time to say hello. His passing is a loss to our community and I will miss him. My deepest condolences to his entire family.
Jody Greenlaw
October 28, 2021
Heart felt sympathy going out to Gary's family.

I met Gary when working at Impact Auto Auctions. I clerked for him, and was in awe of how good of an auction chant he had. We got talking about how he became an Auctioneer. Gary's was all growing up experience. He led me down the right path to get there and Gary was the reason I became an auctioneer. I considered Gary my mentor I aspired to be as good as he was. I always felt that Gary was the most honest and ethical auctioneer around. I'm really going to miss that chant and his smile. I will never forget the times we worked together. We will have to get together on the other side and see what we can auction off up there.
Rest Easy Gary.
Karen Kruger-Mulvey
October 25, 2021
Carolyn Hewlett Scovino
October 25, 2021
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