Michael W. Hill

March 21, 1946 - October 25, 2021

Michael Hill

Michael W. Hill, 75, of Batavia passed away October 25, 2021, at Delnor Community Hospital following a courageous battle with cancer.  Mike was born March 21, 1946, in Aurora, IL the son of Erwin and Margaret (Hartman) Hill.  He was united in marriage to Carla Hill July 17, 1965, in Elgin, IL.

Michael had a passion and talent for restoring cars.  He was a longtime member of the Fox Valley Corvette Club. 

He is survived by his wife Carla; two children, Scott (Anita) Hill and Michelle (Dave) Burgwaldt; five grandchildren; Ryan (Cheyanne) Hill, Katie Hill, and Nick, Jordan and Grace Burgwaldt; two great-grandchildren, Rainah and Myles Hill; a sister, Lynda (David) Scaggs, many nieces and nephews; and his loving companion Bella.   

 In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his siblings, Melody Schneider, Sue Smith, and Timothy Hill. 

Memorial visitation will be held 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. Monday, November 1, 2021, at Moss Family Funeral Home, 209 South Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL.   In order to honor Michael's wishes, there will be no memorial service following the visitation.

In Mike’s memory memorial contributions may be directed to Rover Rescue, or Batavia Historical Society

Guest Book

  • Sam & Ginger Haldiman Carla and family, Ginger and I just learned of Mike's passing. Please know that you and the family are in our prayers. We pray for peace and comfort. Mike was a good friend and the corvette club days will always bring a smile to our hearts. The times we spent with you and Mike are cherished memories. We will always remember Mike's smile and sense of humor and his willingness to help everyone.
  • Gary Krull A cherished friend for 65 years that I could always count on.
  • Barbara Dickenson So sorry to hear of Mike’s death. May your happy memories help you through this difficult time. Will miss seeing Mike drive by in the corvette.
  • Becky Moorehead Hoag I am so sorry, Carla. I'm remembering there was fun to be had when he was on the Lincoln Seminar to Springfield with my dad, Lee. Thinking of you and your family.