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Raymond E. Gill

May 7th, 1931 - April 23rd, 2020

Visitation: Private Funeral Service:  Private

Raymond E. Gill, age 88 of Hamilton, passed away at Bradford Place in Hamilton, Ohio on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Raymond was born in London, Kentucky on May 7, 1931 to John E. Gill and Emma (Philpot) Gill.  Raymond, known as Ray to his friends and family, enjoyed classic cars, riding motorcycles, and playing pool in his younger days. He worked as a diesel mechanic and retired from Chatfield Paper Company.

Raymond is survived by his children, Victor (Sandy) Gill, Gary (Susan) Gill, Kenneth (Marsha) Gill, Dan (Kathy) Gill, Linda (Sidney) Macarages; his 20 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; his siblings, Edna (the late Robert) Bowling, Jack (Flo) Gill and James (Mary) Gill. Raymond was preceded in death by loving wife, Mary (Elam) Gill, his parents; children, Charlotte Holt, Debbie Ledford, and Dennis Gill; as well as seven siblings. 

Memorial contributions can be made to Millville Avenue Church of God, 1369 Millville Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio 45013. 

Funeral services are private and will be held at the convenience of the family.

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Charles Dean Johnson

Deepest condolences. RIP Uncle Ray.Love , and Prayers for our family.

Denesa Gill

Rest easy grandpa! I love you! Please tell daddy and grandma I love and miss them dearly!


I’m so sorry! He was always laughing and full of joy on Dayspring Dr! Much love to Danny, Kathy and the entire Gill family! Big hugs your way’!!!

Ladonna and Jim Richardson

So sorry about your dad. God give you His comfort

Lois McWhorter

My deepest condolences. He and my dad looked so much alike. They loved to talk and visit with each other. Prayers for peace and comfort.

Patrick Gill

I am glad I had a chance to visit and share stories with you at family gatherings over the last few years. I also remember visiting with you and Grandma nearly every Sunday afternoon when I was in my early teens, sometimes with my Dad and sometimes it was just me. I will cherish those memories always. I miss you both. Be at Peace Grandpa. I will do my best to keep your memory alive in my thoughts and actions every day. I Love You.

Rhonda Howard

Vic, Gary, Kenneth, Danny, and Linda, I am so sorry about your dad. He was always a joking man. I remember all the trips and picnics we took together as family since our mothers were so close. I do miss those times. Take care and praying for peace and comfort for you. Your Cousin, Rhonda