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Robert (Bob) G. Hill

1946 - 2021

Robert (Bob) G. Hill, 74, of Dewart entered eternal life Sunday, May 2, 2021 at Watsontown Nursing  and Rehabilitation.

Born on November 5, 1946  in Allenwood, He was a son of the late Maggie High Hill and Allen C. Hill Sr.

He attended Warrior Run Schools. Bob was formerly employed at American Home Foods, Milton and Textron in Williamsport. He enjoyed fishing, riding motorcycles, spending time with family, and listening to country music.Bob is survived by three daughters Julie Bieber and Angela Hill, both of Watsontown, Amy Burd of Lewisburg, five grandchildren, Katelyn, Brett, Nicholas, Isabelle and Jasmine, and one great grandson Levi,  two sisters Daisy Brouse, Milton, and Mary Fisher, Allenwood, two brothers James Hill, Florida, and John Hill, Allenwood.

He was preceded in death by brothers Raymond Hill, Paul Hill, William Hill, Charles Hill, Fred Hill, Allen C. Hill Jr. , Samuel Hill, infant, and one sister, Josephine Tyson.

A celebration of life will be held Thursday, May 13, 2021 at Shaw Funeral Home 400 N. Front St. Milton. Friends and family may call from3:00 to 4:00 p.m. with the memorial service starting at 4:00. Officiating will be Rev. Tony Cruz.


Bob was my uncle and I’m only 10 years younger than he was. As a child I always enjoyed the times he spent with me. When I was a toddler, he would pick me up so I could touch the ceiling. He would take me for rides on the tractor and would even let me steer when I was old enough to do so. Bob loved to race cars and he was an excellent mechanic. He would take me to the drag races when he would race on the weekends and always gave me his undivided attention. When Bob was young, he was in some car accidents and a horrific motorcycle accident where he was severely injured. He was not expected to live through some of those accidents. His head injury’s especially caused him a lot of problems. Sadly, later in life he became lost in life and ended up loosing everything he worked hard for.

Bob, I hope you are at peace and someday I hope to see you again at the race track.


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