Peachie Hill

Peachie Hill

Friday, September 22nd, 1933 Saturday, January 4th, 2020

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Obituary for Peachie Vera Hill (McCormack)

Hill, Peachie Vera (nee McCormack)
Peachie Hill, aka "The Peach" born September 22nd, 1933 Hybla, Ontario, completed her life journey January 4, 2020 in Orangeville, Ontario. Peachie spent 63 years loved and adored by her husband, friend and lifelong companion Marve Hill of the hills of Mono. Peachie is survived by her sister Rilla Skinner(Don Skinner) Carp, Ontario; children Michael Hill (Janice Gooding) Mono, Ontario; Judie Hill (Adam Kurn) London, Ontario; Kathi Hill (Philip Hobbs) North Bay, Ontario and Scott Hill (Julie Hill) Owen Sound, Ontario. Peachie has 7 grandchildren that adore and love her; Mikayla, Rachel, Megan, Keegan, Trevor, Reid and Peyton. Peachie is predeceased by her daughter Suzanne Hill and son Kevin Hill; parents William McCormack and Sarah Talitha Beecham; siblings Walter, Charlotte, Ronald, Jessie, Winnie and Iner.
Peachie spent her early career as a teacher. She found her life passion in the art of woven wallhangings and channeled all of her skill and creativity to produce beautiful pieces of work sold locally and internationally. Peachie's love of her craft actively spanned over 40 years.

A private service will be held to reflect on The Peach's life.

A tree will be planted in memory of Peachie in the Dods & McNair Memorial Forest at the Island Lake Conservation Area, Orangeville. The annual dedication service will be held on Sunday, September 13, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. Condolences may be offered to the family at

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Dave Clare

Peachie, you and Pop always accepted my family (as your own) with welcome arms. You allowed us to share your home and because of that, we have so many wonderful memories to reflect on. Frisbie golf. Sitting on the deck just chatting and laughing. Amazing food. All highlighted by the smile on your face. We will miss you, but never forget you Peachie. It's your turn to rest.
Love Dave, Mitchell & Jorden
Comment | Posted at 08:19pm via Condolence

Toty Reynolds

Please accept my deepest condolences at the passing of Peachie. I remember her as being very kind and a lover of nature. When I came to Mono for a visit with my friend Mary Lu, she told us that if we saw a spider that we shouldn't kill it as he lives here. Her wall hangings were beautiful and it was obvious she had found her life's work. It is so hard to lose someone you love, especially your mate. Hold on to those who are important to you and who can help you through your grief.
Take care my friend.
Comment | Posted at 01:04pm via Condolence

Bev Stone

I was talking to Mike and Midge yesterday. They told me that Peachie has passed away. I am very sorry to hear that she has gone, but I know that she has not gone from your life, because all the love and all your shared memories are very much alive in you and your family. She will remain with you always.
I haven't seen you and Peachie in a long time, but I have a very clear memory of her warmth and generosity toward others, and her enthusiastic response to everyone and everything that surrounded her. As a couple, you were the best.
Comment | Posted at 12:45pm via Condolence

Paul Bates

We have all these fond memories of visiting and sharing time with you and Peachie when we were neighbours. We also, fortunately, have three of Peachie's hangings and are reminded of you both throughout the day here in our apartment.

And how could we have organized those early 5th Line BBQs without Peachie at the kitchen table meetings? These are the images we can hold onto and cherish.

I'm sure you know we're thinking of you and your family at this time Marve and, of course, Peachie whom we're delighted to have known.
Comment | Posted at 11:31am via Condolence

Gerry and Gloria Wigg

We tend to forget how beautiful folks are...especially when not seen recently. Truly a beautiful woman and family.

The video was very well done.
Always loved her creative genius and loads of Driftwood dragged back from camping trips on Superior if I recall correctly. Then the Huge oak on Summerside. One heck of a tree.
Comment | Posted at 10:05am via Condolence

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