Scott W Hill, 60, passed away on Saturday, September 11th, 2021. He was born April 9th, 1961 to the late Walter and Diane (Bunke) Hill.
Scott attended Sheboygan public schools and graduated from Sheboygan South High School with the Class of 1980. He was employed for many years with Schultz Savo until his early retirement.
Most people would say that Scott had an unforgettable personality. He always had a greeting of some type for anyone he encountered. He enjoyed spending time outdoors hunting, fishing or boating and could be seen walking his beloved dog, Hartford. In his younger years he could always be seen washing his vehicles in the driveway or roller skating at one of the local rinks.
Scott is survived by his brothers, Tim (Kay) Hill of Sheboygan and David Hill (Kyle Kruska) Des Plaines, IL.; nephews, Justin (Kathryn) Hill, Travis (Nikki) Hill and Tyler Hill along with one great nephew, Weston Hill.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Diane Hill.
A visitation will be held on Monday, September 27, 2021 at Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home, 1535 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, from 4:00 p.m. until the time of service at 6:00 p.m. Burial will be held at Lutheran Cemetery.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.reinboldfh.com
Scott was a super guy, always smiling and friendly. Will miss him. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
R.I.P Scotty, Worked with him many years, both at the stores and the warehouse. He always brought a smile to people’s faces. Our condolences to his family.
My deepest condolences to the Hill Family. It’s been many years but I always enjoyed talking with Scott at the Piggly Wiggly warehouse holiday parties. My husband, Jamie, worked with Scott. Rest in peace, Scott.
My life has changed so much In the last 30 years that I haven’t seen Scott for many years. He always had a “How’ve you been”? And then came out to meet me and tell me what his recent stories were. I always liked Scott and looked forward to seeing him and catching up on our lives. I will miss his Lake Michigan stories the most. We will meet again. I hope I can tell him about the State record chinook salmon I will be catching soon.
Kay and Tim, my condolences to you on Scott’s passing. I knew him from Meadowview. I work in the kitchen. I will remember his wonderful laugh. He is gone way to soon. RIP Scott
Many memories from the days at the Windjammer. Seems like yesterday. Sympathy to the family and many prayers of comfort.
I have known Scott since we worked together at the Pig stores and the warehouse. He was a great guy.Rest in peace my dear friend
RIP Scotty ~ I always remember your smile & especially your please & thank you.
So sorry to learn about Scott; he left us way too soon.
He is remembered fondly from the neighborhood .
RIP dear Scott.
My deepest and most sincere condolences
My condolences to Scott's family. I have so many fun memories of Scott being Scott. He celebrated Christmas Eve with our family every year until he got too sick. Rest in peace Scott.
My deepest sympathy. Scott was the best Roller Skater. We coupled dance skate and we were the best. Scott was a very kind guy. We had fun on the rink and off the rink.
Sorry for your loss to the Hill family. I remember Scott as such a great and funny man. We would always see him skating at the Big Wheel skate center. It was always a great time when Scott was around. Going to miss him alot
To the Hill family,
So sorry for you loss. I have known Scott since grade school and I know he is finally at peace. His laugh is unforgettable. May God bless you with great memories.
Jodi (Eisenhardt) Ottensmann