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Kaul Funeral Home

28433 Jefferson Ave, St. Clair Shores, MI

OBITUARY

Milton R. Hill

May 16, 1935July 28, 2020

Milton Robert Hill born on May 16th, 1935 passed away in peace July 28th, 2020 at the age of 85.

He lived a full and beautiful life but will be dearly missed by his wife Charmaine (67 years of marriage), children Cheryl (Daniel) Newell, Robert (Dianne) Hill, Douglas (Diane) Hill, and Sandra (Scott) Jackson.

Grandchildren Jesse (Abby), Aaron (Jarod), Adam, Leeann (Bryant), Robbie (Adrienne), Mary (Aaron), Kendra (Tyler), Amanda, and Neil (Alena).

Great Grandchildren Lucas, Taylor, Madelyn, Jesse Jr., Bayley, Lyla, Olivia, Lola, Hady, Jace Milton, Leanna, Kennedy, Louiza, Dean, Brody and Nolan.

Milton is survived by siblings Kip (Cheryl) Hill, Gordy (Pam) Suer, Eddie (Rose) Suer, Irene (Mike) Mosley, and brother-in-law Richard Ede.

He was a Navy veteran (USS Murray and USS Tidewater), Michigan State University graduate, and a retired police officer with 25 years of service for the city of Warren. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, boating, and camping. Most of all, he treasured time spent with his wife, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, extended family, friends, and embraced every moment with them. He sailed in the Mackinaw Races for many years. He was also a part of the 2006 Tiger Cruise onboard the USS Ronald Regan. He was very involved with his community and would often volunteer his time to help others. He served as an usher for 20 years at his parish (St. Hubert’s Catholic Church of Harrison Township) and as a Grand Knight of the 4th degree with the Knights of Columbus Council #11658.

A memorial mass at St. Hubert’s Catholic Church will be scheduled for a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family prefers a donation made in honor of Milton R. Hill to the Parkinson’s Foundation of Michigan or the Knights of Columbus Council #11658 St. Hubert’s Catholic Church Harrison Township.

https://www.parkinsonsmi.org/support-mpf/donatenow https://council11658.com

  • FAMILY

  • Charmaine Hill, Wife
  • Cheryl (Daniel) Newell, Daughter
  • Robert (Dianne) Hill, Son
  • Douglas (Diane) Hill, Son
  • Sandra (Scott) Jackson, Daughter
  • Jesse (Abby), Aaron (Jarod), Adam, Leeann (Bryant), Robbie (Adrienne), Mary (Aaron), Kendra (Tyler), Amanda, and Neil (Alena), Grandchildren
  • Lucas, Taylor, Madelyn, Jesse Jr., Bayley, Lyla, Olivia, Lola, Hady, Jace Milton, Leanna, Kennedy, Louiza, Dean, Brody and Nolan, Great Grandchildren
  • Kip (Cheryl) Hill, Gordy (Pam) Suer, Eddie (Rose) Suer, Irene (Mike) Mosley, and brother-in-law Richard Ede, Siblings

Services

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Carol Trullard

August 2, 2020

So sorry to hear of your loss. I was just thinking about Milt yesterday. I have many fond memories of camping with the whole family. My best to Charmaine and the kids. Carol (Hartline) Trullard.

Al Tessman

August 1, 2020

RIP Milt and Condolences to your Family..You were a great guy enjoyed being around you at the P.D and Breakfasts.

Mark & Chris Leahey

August 1, 2020

Milt and Char were great friends of the family. Milt was the best supervisor Mark ever had. It was an honor to work with him. Our thought and prayers are with your family.

Irene Mosely

July 31, 2020

This is the last time I saw my brother Milt. Him and Charmaine came to my brother Gordys house to see me and Mike before we left to come back home to Florida. I really was happy to see them.

Amanda (Mandy) Shorter

July 31, 2020

“Uncle” Milt was kind, loving and had a great laugh. I often times confused him and Uncle Bob, but now they are together again. He will be missed by all who knew him. Rest in Peace “Uncle” Milt!!

Melissa Walczak

July 31, 2020

I never knew Uncle Milt wasn't my real 'uncle' until I was older. He was Uncle Bob's twin, down to the laugh. Always a good time at family gatherings. He will be missed by all that knew him.
I will love you always Uncle Milt

Julia Hamilton

July 31, 2020

A wonderfully kind loving man who will be greatly missed by all. Love you Uncle Milt

Aaron Bernardi

July 31, 2020

There are too many memories.

Papa Milt you were always there ... always there.

The day I graduated boot camp, seeing that smile on your face, sitting in the stands with the rest of my family. I will always remember that day.

I will never forget the look in your eyes, you made me feel so proud.

You are my hero …

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY