Marvin "Doc" Hill

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Marvin (Doc) Francis Hill, (age 70 years) passed away peacefully at the Brantford General Hospital on Monday, March 30, 2020 after a 6 week stay in hospital from diabetes related pneumonia.  Doc leaves behind his beloved companion, Helen Sturrock of Brantford, his son Brandon with Sandra (Chrysler) Hill and Brandon’s partner, Alicia (Dee) Hill and his grandchildren: Ashley, Brooklyn, Kailyn, Marvin and Allan. He is survived by his siblings: Margaret (Peter) Hill, Blanche (Glenn) Hill, Don (Isabel) Hill, Vivian (Arnold) Bomberry, Ruby Bomberry (Dean Silversmith), Shirley (Robert) Logan, Melvin (aka Fred & Sharon) Hill, Diane Hill and JoAnn Hill.  Many nieces and nephews, step-children and step-grandchildren will miss their Uncle, Dad, Grandpa & Papa Doc.  His many friends will never forget how he touched their lives.  Doc is predeceased by his brother, Richard (Butter) Hill (1994); by his wife, Joan (McKenzie) Hill (2007) and his fiancée, Sheila Taylor (2011).  Cremation has taken place.  The interment of cremated remains and a Celebration of Doc’s life will take place at a time to be determined by his family. Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.  www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Deanna Powless on
Sincere condolences with hugs, prayers and positive thoughts sent to all the family. He was truly a beautiful person inside and out. His sense of humour and sole personality will never be forgotten.
Posted by Deanna Powless on
Sincere condolences with hugs, prayers and positive thoughts sent to all the family. He was truly a beautiful person inside and out. His sense of humour and sole personality will never be forgotten.
Posted by Virginia Anderson on
My heartfelt condolences to the Family
Posted by Pamela L Beaver on
Our heartfelt condolences Brandon,Dee, and family, and our extended cousins and families,on the loss of your dad and brother Marv (Doc). He will be deeply missed.Love Bev, Pam, Toni and Ron Johnson
Posted by Kevin Sharpe on
As a fellow co-worker working beside Doc, his big smile and unmistakable laugh will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences to Hill family.
Doc will truly be missed but never forgotten.
Posted by Lenora Maracle on
My condolences to the family
Posted by Gayle Myke on
Condolences to family. Doc will be missed, his humour and conversations on health and alternative health avenues. He had his own ideas about health
Love and light sent. Be your light!
Posted by Jill Taylor on
Such fond memories of Doc. A true gentleman, and what a beautiful smile. My condolences to his extended family.
Posted by Wendy Dow on
Sincere condolences to all the family.
Doc will be missed
Posted by f. Nelson on
Sadly I heard of the passing of Marvin (Doc) last week. I had known Doc for many years. He was both a friend and had also worked for me in my electrical business. He was a kind an gentle soul and will be missed by many. Floyd Nelson
Posted by Marie alberthe Charles on
My deepest condolences to you and your family. There is a hope.Isaiah 33:24 ; Isaiah 26:19” The death will leave again.They will brought back to life.” That is the hope of resurrection. For more information the family can contact me at bettycharles21@gmail.com
Posted by Judy Sloat on
The memory of Doc will forever have a place in my heart. Love + Hugs to all.
Posted by Elizabeth Forrester on
So sorry for your loss Diane. We all liked Doc.He was a great guy.Very talkative.
He loved talking pictures.Doc is going to be sadly missed. I’m sorry I missed out seeing him.
Sincerely Liz
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