Ballarat, Victoria


HILL Tony (Bushy) (Late of Clunes) On March 3 2019 peacefully at home in the care of his family, aged 66 years. Loved and loving husband of Andrea for 44 years; dearly loved dad of Mia and Chris, Christine, Raelene, Jaqui and Christian; treasured Pa of Matilda; Devon and Brody; Jaiden, Ameekah...

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Hill Tony Deepest sympathy to Andy and family. Longtime friend and workmate of Peter and Graeme Clarke and families. Many fond memories of times shared in the woolshed.

Hill Tony (Bushy) Deepest sympathy to Andy and family. We've lost the most genuine and down to earth bloke. We will miss you Bush, have a beer and rest easy mate, you've earnt it. Love Jenny and Sandy Redpath.

Hill Anthony John (Bushy) on March 3rd 2019 Where do we start? Our longtime neighbour, shearer of our sheep, bonfires in the paddock, houseboats on the Murray and our Saturday night get together, where there's now an empty chair and no one will ever fill that space. But the best thing of all was, we were so proud to call you our mate. So many happy memories. Our love to your amazing Andy and all your family. Val, Brad and Tessa. Vin, Kathy and family.

HILL Tony (Snow, Bushy) Great mate, lots of fond memories. Will be sadly missed Sincere sympathy to Andy and family. - Alan, Maxine, Jamie, Amber and families.

HILL Anthony John 28/12/1952 - 03/03/2019 How do you say goodbye to a love that has filled your world so completely? We lived laughed and loved together No matter how hard the mountains became We climbed them side by side We have loved from afar before This time you are just a bit further down that road. -Andy Dad / Pa When I was tiny, your strong arms lifted me up A little later you held my hand You watched me grow with your guiding words & always a smile I was proud to have you as our...

Hill Anthony John (Tony, Bushy) Dearly loved brother of Maureen. Loved brother of Barry. Adored uncle Bushy of Daryl, Deb, Chris, Alex, Lilly, Jane, Bradley, Amy and Jemma. Tony - Bushy honest, hardworking, loving generous with a heart of gold. A champion shearer and great bloke. A shearing stand is now empty and the catching pen empty too, no longer he calls sheepo or hear the smoke-o bell ring, no more shearing yarns. A great brother taken too soon, will be sadly missed by all. Rest...