Condolences for Tony Hill

Doug & Jenny Heisler posted on 2/11/19

We send our sympathy, thoughts and prayers to Linda and Tony's family. We were glad to have met him and saw the smile on Linda.

 

Andrew Cogman posted on 2/2/19

Thanks for all the mischief and generosity, Tony. I can't think of anyone that mixed those two things in the same way as you. I wish I'd known you longer, but I'm so glad I got the chance - rest easy, Bruv.

 

 

Laura and Taco posted on 2/2/19

Fran your in my heart ❤️. Love carries on for eternity. I remember Tony mostly by his food truck so many years ago. And his kindness he show my son Marcus. And always cracking jokes. I can still hear his voice calling you and Sissy. Can’t be with ya. But your family will be in thoughts and prayers here in Texas. Love u Fran

 

William J. Allen posted on 2/2/19

To his wife Linda, his mother Frances, daughter Little Tony, and sister please accept my condolences. Tony will be sorely missed by many! For me, he was one of the best friends and brother Mason I ever had. We shared many great times an laughs together. I never saw him with out a smile on his face or that twinkle in his eye. May God bless you all in this time of need. And may God bless Tony!

 

Y. Holland posted on 2/2/19

"My deepest Sympathy go to the Hill family, may your memories of your loss loved one comfort you and your family today and always, please take comfort in God's word at 2 Corinthians 1:3 "Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort". Always embrace your beautiful memories. JW.org

 

AnnieB posted on 2/1/19

Please accept my condolences for your loss. May God strengthen you and give you peace during this time of sorrow. (Psalm 29:11 and Revelation 21:3, 4).

 

 

Lori Cantwell posted on 2/1/19

I think one of my favorite memories is when he told the most off-color and inappropriate joke I've ever heard about an oyster shucker that was so hilarious and creative it even brought him to tears of laughter. That joke ricocheted for months after producing the same level of laughter every time. I'll never forget that mischievous side grin he would wear any time he said something he knew was crazy. I don't know how he managed to get away with it sometimes but his golden soul always shown through. He brought a lot of wisdom, loyalty and support alongside that cheeky humor. I'll never meet anyone else quite like you. Thank you for enriching our lives, finding happiness and making my mom happy. You will be sorely missed.

 

Jeffrey R. Corpstein posted on 2/1/19

My friend Tony (Hebro), we met working late in life as Merchant Seaman on the West coast and hung out then and after that ever since when we could. I wish I could of met earlier in life, he was a spit fire of a guy ready to always lend a hand as he did so well, I’ll miss him and his sarcastic off beat jokes and swagger he carried so well!!!!! I say fair well-fair winds and following seas my friends always Hebro

 

Brian N Gay posted on 2/1/19

Tony will be missed by many of us. He was a stand-up guy who had your back even when people tried to hurt him for his position. I was able to help Tony in his businesses and life, and he reciprocated with the same help with truth and love. I'll miss his funny demeanor and off-color jokes. I'm so happy he came to love and marry Linda who I know coached and helped Tony in life. I wish she had been there for him earlier in his life. She was perfect for him. While I'll never again tilt a glass up with Tony, I tilt one up to him now. Rest in peace my friend. To his mother, Frances, his daughter, Little Tony, and his sisters, I wish you all the best for the rest of your lives.

 

Kimberlie San Antonio Petrulis posted on 1/31/19

Tony was a childhood friend- who was a lively chap and part of the original Roosevelt Gardens kids we hung out with- prayers

 

Bob Rice posted on 1/31/19

To the family, Please accept my humble condolences on the loss of your beloved Tony. Tony worked for me on the USNS KOCAK as Chief Electrician and he was well liked by all of the Officers and Crewmembers. Tony was a very kind man that was always willing to shake a hand or lend a hand. He never met a stranger. He will be missed but never forgotten. I don't have the words to adequately express how this loss has saddened all of his co-workers other than to say that we hope that the family is comforted by the fact that Tony's memory will serve as a shining example of a life well lived to all that knew him. Again, please accept my condolences in this very sad time... Very Respectfully, Bob Rice- Chief Engineer USNS KOCAK

 

Fr Joseph Mindling posted on 1/31/19

I am looking forward to meeting Tony in heaven. Meanwhile, he will be in my prayers and those of the friars here in Washington DC. May our trust in the Lord's promise of the resurrection bring us hope and consolation.