Carol Hill

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Carol Diane Hill

Peacefully, at the Brantford General Hospital on Saturday, January 15, 2022. Mom had one more dream of her family and went to be with them once again. Pre deceased by her loving parents Marlin and Joyce (nee Bomberry) Hill, brother George and sister Debra.  Loving sister of Rob, Cam and Tracey. Dear mother of Greg and Ashley.  Loving Aunt of Melissa, Roy, Vicky, Elizabeth, Dakota, Chevonne and Desirae. Loving great-auntie to all of their children.  Survived by many loving cousins, friends and co-workers. A PSW and dedicated heart, she was an employee at Iroquois Lodge for nearly 30 years, caring for and respecting our elders.  A private gathering will take place.  Cremation to follow with interment of cremated remains in the family plot at the Six Nations Salvation Army Cemetery.  Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.


Posted by Donna Longboat on
My deepest condolences to Greg and Ashley. Carol was a truly caring person. Wishing her a gentle journey
Posted by Judy on
My deepest condolences Greggy. Carol was a good friend, she would help anyone who was in need. She was a wonderful person and travel companion. I will miss her.
Posted by Brenda MtPleasant on
Sincere condolences Carol had a heart of gold. A kind and caring individual who loved her community.
Posted by Glenda Smith on
My deepest sympathy.
Posted by Arlene Hackborn on
To Greg and Ashley
Sending my condolences to both of you. I will miss her immensely. I will remember all our laughs during our breakfasts
Posted by Wendy Dow on
My condolences to her family.
Carol was a friend from school.
She had a heart of gold and the most positive personality.
Posted by Lisa Hill on
My condolences to Carols family whom she loved dearly.I will miss my dear friend,she was a warm hearted soft spoken lady
Posted by Patricia Jacobs on
My sincere condolences to the family.
Posted by Janice Mt Pleasant on
Sincere condolence to Her siblings Rob, Cam and Tracy and to her precious son Greg and his family. carol will be missed, she was a special caring lady that enriched lives of many people. Thirty years of providing comfort, care and laughter to countless community elders. It was an honour to know Carol.
Posted by David Johnson on
It was joy working with Carol all these years. She was one of the experiences health care workers that look after me and didn't let this career eat me alive. She was a wonderful person and always did her best. The last time I saw her was at clinic and she cried as soon as saw me, I began to tear up as well. She just wanted to let me know how proud she was of me, it was really nice hear because today health care workers don't hear much positivity directed at them. I always made a point to tell her how well she did and always helped whenever she asked because she would do the same. She will be greatly missed, especially by the residents at the lodge.

My thoughts are with her and her family.
Posted by Janet on
My condolences to Carol's friends and family. She had a hard battle with illness...may she fly high now.
Posted by Karen powless on
I am so sad to hear of my friend and neighbour and babysitter to my son gerry. I havent saw her in years but she did have the biggest heart. I will miss u so much and will u say hi to marvin in heaven when u get there. Heaven will get another angel. God speed carol until we meet again. Love and prayers to your family
Posted by Millie garlow on
My deepest condolences to the family of carol. When we saw each other she would always give me the biggest hug. Carol was the kind of friend everybody would want and keep forever. I will miss that sweet smile and laughter but i know i will see u again. Fly high carol.

Millicent Garlow
Posted by Dave and Kathy Jamieson on
Condolences to the Hill families. Carol was always kind and caring. She has touched many lives and will always be remembered fondly.
Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
sincere condolences to the family.
Carol will be missed.
Posted by Patti on
I had the honour of working with Carol for her 30 years at Iroquois Lodge. She was a dedicated, caring PSW who always made sure the residents were well taken care of. We also had so many fun times with such a great close knit group of staff. Carol pushed herself to keep working and caring for our Elders long after her body was telling her to stop. She just cared that much. It’s just so difficult to find that dedication now. Rest easy now my friend!
Posted by Maggie on
Rest easy Bob-a-Link. I will miss you and your laughter❤️
Posted by Tammy Shipman on
I went to high school with Carol and remember her well. She was always smiling and so friendly. I'm not surprised that Carol's work life was devoted to caring for others. God bless her. Heaven has gained another angel. Sending my deepest sympathy to Greg, Ashley and family
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