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Art Hill

Blythe, California

Dec 14, 1933 – Apr 29, 2020 (Age 86)


December 14, 1933
April 29, 2020
Blythe, California


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Frye Chapel & Mortuary of Blythe - Blythe Obituary

On April 29, 2020, our beloved 'Art', 86, decided to start his journey with our Lord Jesus Christ. Dealing with an illness for several years, he fought to stay with us until he could no more.

Arthur F. Hill, or 'Art', as we knew him, was born on December 14, 1933 in San Diego, California. He valued life, family and friends and was a dedicated veteran who strongly supported his role in the VFW. Art presented numerous services as Chaplin for the VFW, he prepared military events for other fallen vets: his donations to Wounded Warriors project plus different children orphanages were generous and kept him active. His compassion for helping others was never-ending.

Art was a brave man who displayed his love for guns and those kept him busy too. He was a quiet man by nature, but everyone knew when he meant business. Art’s 1965 Red Dodge truck was his pride and joy. His rebel side had him building motorcycles before his illness.

His biggest love were his grandchildren. He made fond memories with them playing ‘store’, dolls and even hide and seek. He was the perfect example of a grandfather.

Art’s stories of yonder years were interesting and adventurous. He believed in teaching and sharing his knowledge. It appears Art’s life was like a book.

He was preceded in death by his one and only daughter Sharon, along with one sister Marge and one brother Bill.

He is survived by his daughters Linda Linden and Lisa Hillebold (Hill); His companion Alice and her children devoted their time in caring for him. He also had two wonderful caretakers. We really loved him. He would attempt to give us sign and looks to show his gratitude. We had a great sadness as we noticed the end in sight.

Art touched the hearts of many people. We will miss you forever Arthur F. Hill. Rest in peace Poppa!

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Sending our condolences to Alice and the family. Dottie & Shirley

Such a wonderful friend. May you rest in peace until we meet again in Heaven.

So sorry to here this❤. Our sincere condolence to his family Art was a great and kind man. May he Rest In Peace. May the lord give you all comfort during this difficult time for you all. ❤❤

He was a good man and a true friend ❤ may he Rest in Peace

U fought a long battle. Time to rest. I will miss you more than u can imagine. Thank u soldier. Love ya