Aycock Funeral Home

1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL


Uriel Alvin Hill

3 October, 193819 June, 2020
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Uriel Alvin Hill was born on October 3, 1938 and passed away on June 19, 2020 in Port St. Lucie, Florida and is under the care of Aycock Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on July 6, 2020 at 10:00 am at All Nations Life Development Christian Center, 862 SW Glenview Court, Port St Lucie, Florida. Celebration of Life will be held on July 6, 2020 at 12:00 pm at All Nations Life Development Christian Center, 862 SW GlenviewCt, Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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Joe Maertzig, Sr.

15 July 2020

Angela, Leonard and the entire Family:
I am so sorry for your loss, in all of our conversation it was evident that you have a very close family....in those cases it is even harder to accept the situation...Your Dad's passing, eventually will bring smiles to your faces, when you remember all the fond memories you have had...I remember when I lost my Dad 26 years ago, my neighbor told me that the frown I had, would turn to smiles with all the pleasant memories we have had. Yes it took time, but eventually I began to smile...and to this day I smile and remember, the blessed time we enjoyed together....you and your family will do the same....We will keep al the family in our prayers...God Bless.....Joe/Kathleen

Angela & Tafari Beale

6 July 2020

To the family, May God wipe your tears and bring comfort to your hearts. We know this is not easy, it never is. The entire family is in our continued prayers. He was such a pleasant and welcoming person, and now he is sitting high in the Kingdom of heaven.

Amani Sylvester

6 July 2020

My big Katie, I am devastated. I knew this day would come, but not so soon. I am so lucky to have a grandfather like you. All the fishing trip and the drives down to Florida. We will always remember you Katie, there will never be another to replace you in our hearts, and the love we will always have for you. Say hi to mommy for me, until we meet again ...

Little Katie

J Relerford

6 July 2020

Sending love and prayers to the family during this time of bereavement. May you find healing in Gods love knowing that He will never leave or forsake you!

I’ve known his Mr Hills granddaughter (Tameka) all of my life and she’s always spoken very highly of her grandfather and would get very excited when it was time to visit her grandparents (I always wanted to go too!) Years ago she shared the cereal story with me which made me smile as I could visualize the story as she told it.

Offering our continued prayers to the family during this time. God bless you!

The Relerford Family (long time neighbors of Angela & Leonard White)

Nichola Lindo

6 July 2020

Uncle Uriel,
What can I say that everyone hasn't already? I have so many memories of you, I can't honestly pick just one, as long as I can remember you've been the rock. Your sense of humor will be missed. The last time I saw you, you dropped some knowledge on my fiance and had such a chuckle how he reacted...
I came to Florida and was planning a surprise visit to you and aunty and got the news you had left us, another beautiful soul has gone. To my beautiful family we may not see each other or talk all the time but I know we all share the loss and the love.
Sleep with angels uncle and kiss Lois for us we love you.

Simone Wilson-Brito

5 July 2020

I always enjoyed hearing you tell stories about me when I was younger. Whether it was how I rode a tricycle, how I used to walk on the tips of my toes or how I always thought my father was stronger then my mother. The joy you showed each time you told the stories made me know that I was loved, cared for and seen. Sometimes it’s easy to feel invisible, but when I was with you, you saw me for who I am and I knew that I was loved unconditionally. It’s hard to pick a favorite memory of you, because each one is so special, but the one I will never forget is the first time you met Amari (little Uriel). I hope he grows up to be as kind, loving, hard working and faith-filled as you. He has some big shoes to fill. Love you grandpa.

Violet Vassell

5 July 2020

Urel, I am surly going to miss you, say Hi to Papa and Lois for me. until we meet again, rest in peace sweet soul, love you.❤🙏

Tameka White

5 July 2020

I’m going to miss you Papa!

Tameka White-Yates

5 July 2020

My memory with my Grandfather was in Philadelphia. He came to visit us...but my mom had to work so Grandpa stayed with me. I was about four years old, my mom left him a note telling him what I should have for breakfast....it said, hot cereal. So my grandfather pulls out a pot and then proceeds to pour milk and corn flakes into the pot. He then turns on the stove....I’m just watching. He then says crome and eat you hot cereal. I remember saying “Grandpa that’s not how you make it. That kind of cereal is suppose to be cold...not hot. My grandpa then goes to the freezer and gets ice and puts the ice in the bowl, then says “Ok! There is your cold cereal!” For almost thirty-nine years I would tell that story to anyone and it was even more funny when I told the story in front you. You would just roll your eyes and cross your arms. There were so many more memories but this is the one that is ours. I will miss you ...miss hearing your booming voice. But the last time we spoke you were having a hard time breathing but you talked with me on the phone and then I was able to get a chuckle out of you when I mentioned hot/cold cereal! So now you are in heaven with Auntie Lois....it’s ok...you can make her some hot/cold cereal until I see you again! ❤️❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Donna Brown

4 July 2020

My condolences goes out to the Hill family , it was just a few weeks ago my daughter said how much Mr. Hill was such a beautiful person at heart she said he would go and pick the ripe cherries and explained to her these are Jamaican cherries it was her first time tasting these cherries, she stated that how she felt welcomed and appreciated and was saddened when she heard of Mr. Hills passing .
Sleep In peace Mr. Hill because memories of you will forever lives on. 🙏


Four years old!


What a wonderful world.


This is how it all began.


Thank you Uriel !