David Hill, 1959-2016

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Dave and Shin Hill
Hill's Supply owner Dave Hill and his wife, Shin, died Dec. 1, 2016, after being overcome with carbon monoxide.

GREEN, Ohio — David Hill, 57, of Green, Ohio, died Dec. 1, 2016, after being overcome with carbon monoxide at his home. His wife, Shin, also died.

Mr. Hill was born April 8, 1959, in Canton, Ohio, to the late Herbert and Dolores Hill. A graduate of Hoover High School, he was the owner/CEO of Hill’s Supply, Inc, which had grown to provide dairy equipment, supplies and services to all of Ohio and parts of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana, Michigan and New York. He is known for his dedication to the farmers and dairymen he served, and for his support of the communities of Green; Fisher, Pennsylvania; and French River, Ontario, Canada.

In addition to his work, which was his passion, Mr. Hill loved to read and travel, and was an avid ballroom dancer, and pilot. He was a member of the Flying Tigers Snowmobile Club and the Ohio Farm Bureau.

Read more about Mr. Hill’s life.

Mr. Hill is survived by his sister, Holly Mayernick; stepfather, Herbert “Doyle” Smith; step-daughters, Lucy Speerhas and Laura Edder; two grandchildren; nieces and nephews; an uncle, Roland Smith, and aunt, Susan Hawk; and 14 cousins.

Memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016, at the Greensburg United Methodist Church, 2161 Greensburg Road, North Canton, Ohio, with Pastor Abby Auman officiating.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in David and Shin Hill’s name to Good Neighbors of Greensburg United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 155, Green, OH 44232; or the Ohio FFA Foundation, 717 E. 17th Avenue A, Columbus, OH 43211; The Salvation Army by going to https://give.salvationarmyusa.org; or by purchasing a carbon monoxide detector for your home as well as for a family member or friend.

Online condolences may be posted at www.schermesserfh.com.

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