Provide comfort for the family by sending flowers or planting a tree in memory of Ed Hill.
Guaranteed hand delivery by a local florist
Ralph Law posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
My family lived up on Hihn Rd. some years ago, and my former spouse, and eldest son run a property mgmt business in Capitola..I well remember Ed Hill. He was big guy, and he was fine gentleman who had a zest for life. Glad he got 84 years, and wherever he's headed he will make the place more jovial. Ralph Law Gold Canyon, AZ
Troy Tano posted a condolence
Friday, April 9, 2021
I don't know who officiated my first wedding but I know who did my second! Thank you, Ed, for doing that almost 22 years ago. And the fire musters wouldn't have been the same without you.
Ed Butler (jr) planted a tree in memory of Ed Hill
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Ed Hill has left a mark on me and I'll never forget him. Great man! Plant a Tree
Ed Butler uploaded photo(s)
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Mr. Hill was a great man and I'll never forget the man. Growing up in Ben Lomond I had a bad case of asthma. My father would wake me up before school and we would head to Dirty Eddie's Gym (I was about 13 and I'm 41 now). Ed Hill's gym was my gym mecca. While working out there I was introduced to my favorite band Huey Lewis and the News. To this day I still workout to Huey Lewis and the News sports tracks...however I stream it now instead of cassette tape. Sometimes I would bump into Ed Hill and each occasion I left with a smile and looked forward to my next workout. Ever since my childhood experience at Ed Hill's gym I've always had a dream to have my own garage gym. Attached is my garage gym and Ed Hill will forever be close to my heart. The man was larger than life. Thank you Ed!
Edwill Butler posted a condolence
Monday, April 5, 2021
What ever Captain Hill wanted , he got from me, ie., General Patton, he got. Edwill A. Butler Georgetown, Texas
Cliff Lindgren posted a condolence
Saturday, April 3, 2021
I had the pleasure of knowing Ed. I met him when I lived in the Valley. I worked for him several times with my heavy equipment preparing a lot, trenching for a foundation or installing a septic system for a new home he was building. After moving back to Santa Cruz I would run into Ed & his wife Gail at the Silver Spur restaurant occasionally. Always a big booming voice, a warm handshake and what a smile! Truly a legend. They broke the mold when you came into being. Rest in peace Ed. I will miss you. Cliff Lindgren
The family of Ed Hill uploaded a photo
Thursday, April 1, 2021