Charles Hill

Charles Breckenridge "Chip" Hill Jr.

Monday, June 9th, 1947 - Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
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Mr. Charles “Chip” Breckenridge Hill, Jr. age 73 of Ebony, died at his home on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Beverly Hill of the home, a son, Richard Andrew Bayliss (Jen) of Colorado and daughters, Heather Sheri Sewell (John) of Aroda, VA, Paige Bayliss (Kevin) of Youngsville, NC and Jennifer Lee Hughes (Eric) of Centerville, VA. Also surviving are grandchildren, Brittani, Mary, Dustin, Hunter, Reilly, Tara, Shea, Kaylee, Quinn, Samantha; a great-grandchild, Aspyn and a sister, Charlene Haines of Lewistown, PA. Mr. Hill was preceded in death by his parents, a brother and a sister.

“Chip” was a Sgt. in the US Army having proudly served in Korea and during the Vietnam War, a member of Civitan International serving as an officer and director, the Pioneers (of Bell Atlantic), a member of both the Fairfax Fire Department and Ebony Volunteer Fire Department and a dedicated member of Prospect United Methodist Church. “Chip” was a loyal, devoted family man and friend to all that knew him and he loved assisting those in need.

A Celebration of Life Service will be conducted by Rev Ken Thrasher at 2pm Sunday, November 1, 2020 at “Chips” home. The family requests memorial considerations made in his memory be directed to Prospect U.M. Church Memorial Fund, P O Box 25, Ebony, VA 23845, Fairfax Civitan Club, 8400 Jinetes Ct., Alexandria, VA 22309 or VCU/CMH Hospice P.O. Box 90, South Hill, VA. 23970 Online condolences may be shared at Farrar Funeral Home of South Hill is serving the Hill family.
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    Sunday, November 1st, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Sunday, November 1st, 2020 2:00pm
    Chip's Home
    Rev. Ken Thrasher


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Ed and Sharon Shuttleworth

Posted at 07:57pm
Chip is so missed. I sat with Chip while Ed and Bev bowled. I could listen to Chip for hours. What an interesting man! What’s more is that he seemed interested in hearing what you were saying. Bev, what a beautiful ceremony today. We are sad about Chip passing, but there were beautiful and funny memories shared today and songs and hymns played.

Frank Kelley

Posted at 08:37am
We appreciate your military service as well as your Civitan service. Thank You! We send our prayers and condolences to his friends and family. RIP, our faithful servant.

Frank Kelley
President, Civitan International

Cheryl Hicks

Posted at 03:14pm
Dear Bev and Family. We are so very sorry to hear of Chip's passing. We so enjoyed getting together with you and Chip on our visits to Lake Gaston to socialize and play games. We are wishing you and your family all the best as you mourn his loss and hope you will be comforted by the great community you have surrounding you, and of course all of your precious memories of Chip.
Love, Ron and Cheryl Hicks

Stephen Bailey

Posted at 11:28am
Beverly and family, We can only tell you how sorry we were to hear about Chip"s passing. He wasn't only a patient, but a good friend and we will surely miss him. We wish you all the best and God's blessings at this time.

Dr. Stephen Bailey and all the Staff

Lori K Haines

Posted at 10:41am
I married into this family and loved all the time and stories spent reminiscing about the Hill/Haines crowd. Chip was a very good story teller, entertainer, and family historian. I will cherish these moments and the love and comfort I always felt while with him.

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