Ed lost his long battle with cancer. He is preceded in death by his father Edmund Hill. His mother Vera Hill. His Brother Edmond L. Hill. His sisters Gwen Beetle and Peggy Brokofsky. His son Beaver Fadden and his niece Melanie Homechick.
He is survived by his wife Sherry Kay Hill, his children Tulsa, Nobalea , Elwin (EJ), Shawn and Michelle , his sisters Lois Posey, Alice Scheel and Jolene Koenig, his grandchildren Jeff, Jackie , Krystal, Tulsa Jr. , Elissa, Jenessa , James and Jesse , his great grandchildren Lyric, Tulsa James(TJ), Gunner, Mykinsey and Champion
Ed was an amazing person! He was loved and respected by so many in our community. He was known for turning heads….That is when he was tearing up the road in one of his eye catching hot rod or motorcycle that he built from the ground up. He loved his cars and bikes! Ed started his working career in the logging industry, where he worked for many years. He ended his working career driving his dump truck. If you know Ed you know he retired kicking and screaming…………………………….He will be dearly missed !
Sheila Koehler Lundlee saysFebruary 23, 2023 at 12:15 pm
I miss that face. Aunt Sherry and all my cousins – I’m sending you hugs. Some of the best stories of my life star my favorite uncle Eddie. Just before I turned 18, I was working at the Sportsmans. I was in my car in the parking lot and making out with a guy. Eddie came up and pounded on the windshield. The guy (who shall remain nameless) said, “I swear, Eddie, I didn’t do anything bad!” Eddie said, “I know you didn’t or you’d be picking your ass up off the ground right now.” I remember my mom saying that Eddie (when he was in school) made a leather belt for grandpa, and then grandpa used it on him. In all the stories, Eddie was a cool, loving, troublemaker. I loved him so much. All my love to you guys.