Fred Hill Death – Fred Hill, who was an icon of Plymouth Township in Michigan, has died unexpectedly at the age of 79, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer according to Plymouth voice website. Fred Hill reportedly passed away on November 16, 2021. The Plymouth community mourns the sudden loss of a legend of the community. Fred was well known for his community activism. He founded and directed the Fred Hill Briefcase Drill Team which performed in the American Thanksgiving Day Parade. The team also performed at Fiesta Bowl Parade in Tempe Arizona, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Indianapolis 500 among other achievements.
Fred was a member of the Plymouth Kiwanis Club for 50 years and he was the owner of Fred Hill Real Estate in Plymouth. He was also the former owner of a clothing store for men in downtown Plymouth. The Plymouth Township also announced Fred Hill dead on there Facebook page and described him as a good friend and one of the true characters that made Plymouth a friendly and charming community. “Many of us lost a good friend Tuesday in Fred Hill and one of the true characters that made Plymouth the charming, friendly community we love.” The post reads
Fred was known for a good sense of humor and wit. The stories of hiss adventure are re-told throughout the community which comes with a benefit for a civic organization or charity. He was the founder of the tongue-in-cheek Men’s Book Club and he organized Plymouth’s Fourth of July Parade through the city. He was a member of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce for long time and served on the board of directors. Fred Hill obituary and funeral service has not been announced yet.
Photo Credit; Plymouth/Plymouth Township, Michigan shared the photo in a Facebook post