Hill, Paul Roland

April 14th, 2021

Peacefully, Paul Roland Hill went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, in his 74th year. Beloved son of the late Gladys and William Hill. Loving nephew of Miriam and Allan. Cherished cousin of Gail and Ross Reid, and Glenn and Shelley Hughes. Treasured uncle of Cassandra Reid. A private family interment will be held at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Paul are asked to consider North Park Community Church. 

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Lena MercadoOur condolences and prayers to the family. Paul was a caring friend to our family. I fondly remember our breakfast meals together where I would hear great stories about his upbringing, loving parents and family.
Ken RaeI worked with Paul for many years and knew him as a caring person and he was so talented with his pen work.
Ted BelbeckR.I.P Paul. You will be missed.
Ursula and Greg Kerr Our sincere condolences for the loss of your nephew, uncle and cousin. Paul was a wonderful man with a tremendous heart and optimism. He is now in heaven with his parents and I am sure he 's already putting his talents to use. To everyone that knew Paul , you can either SHED TEARS because he is GONE or you can SMILE because he LIVED and you knew him. May your wonderful memories always bring you comfort, strength to cope with your grief.
Mary Jayne Gosnell, Rockland FlooringMy sincerest condolences to all of Paul's family. I have known Paul for a few years now through our HR connections. Paul will be missed at all our meetings as he was a wealth of knowledge to all. When I first joined the group Paul made sure that I felt welcomed, he was a very caring individual. Rest in Eternal Peace Paul. MJ
Ruth ClarkWhen I was hired by Ex-Cell-O Corporation Paul was the HR Manager and I worked directly with him. I was so thrilled to be working with a Christian boss, and I never changed my mind. Those were great years, and meeting his parents was also an honour. Now they are together for eternity, and what greater blessing could there be for a family. It's sad to learn of his death, but I know he's in a much better place - Heaven. Praise the LORD!
Wilf RieckerPaul was a valued and respected member of the London and area HR community. His contributions and historical perspectives will be missed. RIP
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