Fox & Murray Funeral Home and Cremation Services

528 Franklin Street, Ogdensburg, NY


Billy L. Hill

June 18, 1944April 25, 2020

Billy L. Hill, age 75 of Ogdensburg, passed away at his home on Saturday (April 25, 2020). There will be no public services at this time.

Surviving is his brother Cornelius “Flier” Hill & his wife Honey of Lisbon.

A twin brother Bruce Hill and a sister Patricia Hill predeceased him.

Billy was born on June 18, 1944 in Ogdensburg, a son of Billy A. & Doris (Dwyer) Hill. He graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy and continued his education at the Parsons College in Iowa where he was on the Dean’s List for all four years. After graduation, he entered in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He became disabled during his enlistment, and returned home to care for his parents.

Billy was a member of the Waddington Masonic Lodge # 393 and enjoyed bowling, golfing, teaching tennis, umpiring softball, hunting, fishing and especially caring for his beloved dogs.

Memorial contributions can be made to the St. Lawrence Valley SPCA, 6718 NY-68, Ogdensburg, NY 13669. Condolences can fond memories can also be shared on www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com.


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Billy L. Hill

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Kelly LaRock

May 1, 2020

The family of Carolyn Gray LaRock would like to offer our sincere condolences. Keeping the Hill family in our thoughts and prayers.

Dawn Latimer

April 30, 2020

Dear Flier and Honey
So sorry to hear of your brother Billy passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Tom and Dawn (Amo) Latimer

Michael MacDougall

April 30, 2020

Flyer, so sorry for the loss of another sibling. I, as well as other people, have many fond memories of your brothers. It was always a joy to run into them as they did their errands about town. May your grief pass quickly and turn into only the fun memories you have of your missing family members. Best wishes.

Georgi Duprey

April 30, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. You and Honey are in my thoughts and prayers.
Georgi Duprey

Bob Duprey

April 30, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss Flyer. Billy was always such a kind and gentle soul. It seems like I’ve known Billy all my life. I first remember him as that tall, no nonsense umpire at my little league baseball games, and later as a tennis instructor at Morrisette Park. As an adult we played softball together for many years and during that time I got to know him as a man. His hearing loss created obstacles for some people to get to know him, but I was privileged to call him my friend. I remember a golf week vacation at Myrtle Beach that we we went on in February. After driving all day and through the night to Virginia, we had to wait until afternoon for our 8:00 AM tee time because they had a freak ice storm.
Billy will be missed. I’m sure that he has found his reward in Heaven, where his hearing is perfect and he is walking his dogs.

Paula Murphy

April 30, 2020

Always saw Mr Hill walking his dogs in the neighborhood.Sorry to hear of his passing.
Thank you for your service & may you Rest in Peace.

Tom LaRose

April 29, 2020

Billy may you Rest In Peace and wander the golf links in heaven. Prayers from Florida

Ingrid Baltradis

April 29, 2020

Dear Connie and Honey,
I am so sorry for you sudden loss of Billy. He has been reunited with family members and his four legged friends. May you find comfort in that and your memories of days gone by.

Tony Cooper

April 28, 2020

Flier and Honey

Kerrie and I are so very sorry for your loss! Thinking of you and hope you are both safe!

Bill Bartlett

April 28, 2020

Bill was a great friend to me although he was a little hard to get to know. He was nevertheless loyal and always a great tennis instructor . We had many a good match. and although I haven’t thought of him in a few years I’m just very sad at his passing.


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