Aaron John Hill

aaron john hill
Aaron John Hill, 38 years old of Jamestown ND, passed away on June 10, 2019 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, ND after a brief illness. Aaron was born on September 22, 1980 in Jamestown ND. He is the son of Marjorie Baumgartner-Hill and Robert Hill who reside in West Fargo, ND. Aaron graduated from Grand Forks Central High School and has lived most recently lived in Jamestown, ND. Aaron has worked in the services industry. He was a member of St. James Catholic Church in Jamestown, ND. He enjoyed movies, gaming, outdoor activities, hockey, and writing stories. He mostly enjoyed spending time with family and interacting with his nieces and nephews. Aaron was a favorite uncle to his nieces and nephews; they enjoyed his ready laugh, his playful nature, and his willingness to hang out with them and play games. Aaron was willing to help those in need; he liked his space organized and neat. Aaron was the youngest of five siblings who loved him dearly. . Aaron is survived by his parents Marjorie and Bob Hill, his birth mother Kathleen Ebert of Jamestown, ND, his grandmother Ruth M Hill of Grand Forks, ND, his sister Andrea her husband Kris DiTommaso ( Kamille, Aiden and Ayla) of Mt. Zion, Illinois, his brother Thomas Hill (Kaden) of West Fargo, ND, his sister Karen Hill of New Port Beach California, his brother Robert Hill (Morgan Hill) of West Fargo , ND. He is survived by the following Uncles, Aunts, and first cousins; Mary Susan Baumgartner of Fargo, ND, Ellen and James Baumgartner of St. Cloud MN ( James and his wife Heather, Joel and his wife Debbie, Jennifer and her husband Kris Howe ), Richard Baumgartner of Pollack S.D. (Tosha and her husband Kyle Nieuwsma, Travis, and Tracy), Thomas and Laura Baumgartner of Pollack S.D. (Thomas Baumgartner Jr. and his wife Jessica, Kristen and her husband Keenyn Borr) , first cousins John Baumgartner IV and his wife Laurie, and William Baumgartner and his wife Danielle of Bismarck ND., William Hill of Fargo, ND (daughters Erin and Georgia), Richard Hill and his wife Elsie of Grand Forks, ND, ( Brent and his wife Stephania, Paul and his wife Yelena, Michael, Patrick), James Hill and his wife Charlotte of Bismarck ND (Sarah), Thomas Hill and his wife Kathleen of Grand Forks, ND ( children Andy Hill and his wife Rachel, Katie and her husband Max Gallant), Stephen Hill and his wife Jane of West Fargo, ND ( Emily and Beatrice), Ruth and her husband Anthony Malaktaris of Bismarck, ND, (Elizabeth and her husband Joseph Wallis, Anne and her husband Brad Sobon, Caroline and her husband Ross Moser, and Kathryn), Timothy Hill and his wife Angela of Kindred, ND (Spencer and Ava), Diane Hartman ( Georgia and her husband Chase Brandau , Erin and her husband Tim Phelan), Donald Braun and his wife Zita of Valley City, ND (Paul, Benjamin, and, Joshua,), Mirakhel Windsong of Gallup, NM. (Tamarie Sayger and Taresa Neale), Myron Braun and his wife Zita of Burnsville, MN (Alex, Kristen and Justin), Daryl Braun and Julie of Jamestown, ND (Brandon, Jeff, and Michelle), Reverend Father Gerard Braun Pastor of St. Michaels Parish Grand Forks, ND. Aaron was preceded in death by his Grandparents John and Margaret Baumgartner, R. William Hill, Teresa and Herman Braun. He was also preceded in death by his Uncle John and Donna Baumgartner. A funeral Mass is scheduled on Saturday June 15, 2019 at 9 am Holy Cross Catholic Church in West Fargo; visitation will be held from 8-9 am at the Church. The Reverend Father Gerard Braun (uncle of Aaron) will officiate. Holy Cross Catholic Church is located at 2711 7th Street East in West Fargo, ND. Aaron will be interned in a columbarium at Holy Cross South Cemetery later. We are most grateful to Rev. Father Chinnaiah Konka of Holy Cross Catholic Church and Rev. Father Braun of St. Michaels Catholic Church for providing the Sacrament of the Sick and for anointing Aaron in the hospital. We are also grateful to the doctors and nurses at Sanford Hospital who gave Aaron excellent care. We are thankful for our family and friends who have supported all of us in prayer, words of comfort, acts of kindness and generosity during this time.

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  1. Margie, Bob and family, I am so profoundly sorry ..please know you are in my prayers. I know your strong faith will sustain you. May God bless you .

  2. Sending my sincerest condolences to Bob, Margie, Andrea, Tom, Karen, Bobby, and families on your terrible loss. Rest in Peace, Cousin Aaron.

  3. Aaron was a great friend and I love it when he laughed and was happy. He will be missed by alot of people including my family. God bless you and yours.

  4. Marge, Bob, Andrea, Thomas, Karen, and Bob: My heart is with each of you, your children, extended family and friends, and with my siblings, their families, and my daughters Taresa and Tamarie who also extend their condolences. This is a sad time and we can know in our hearts that Aaron is blessed as we were blessed by his presence here on Mother Earth. Love has no boundaries.

  5. Thoughts and prayers for the whole family. May Aaron be at peace in Heaven.

  6. Your Family are in our thoughts and prayers. May your faith, family and friends support your through this difficult time.

  7. Bob, Margie, Tom, Karen, Andrea, and Bobby, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope that your family, friends, and faith will help to provide peace and comfort in this difficult time. Sending lots of love, Anne

  8. Prayers to entire family🙏 Thinking of you at this difficult time. Rest easy Aaron. Blessed be his memory.

  9. Aunt Margie, Uncle Bob & Family,
    Our sympathy goes out to the families & friends. May you find strength from God & comfort from each other during this difficult time. Wish I could give you both a big “Uncle Bob Hug”. Unfortunately, we are catering a wedding this weekend & won’t be able to make it. Our thoughts & prayers are with you… So sorry
    Love you all
    Tosha, Kyle & family

  10. Annie, Tommy, Bobby and Karen, and Aunt Kathy… I am so very very sorry. I am thinking of all my childhood memories of Aaron and his laugh and his smile now. I love you all.
    – Taresa

  11. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to family at this difficult time. Just as Jesus awakened Lazarus, one day we too will see our loved ones again as promised by Go at Acts 24:15. Until then hold on to the hope thr resurrection.

  12. Marjorie and Bob,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Mat God give you peace and comfort at this sad time. 🙏🎚🙏
    Melody Nord

  13. Aaron, you were my friend, my roommate and may God bless you in Heaven. May your soul be at peace. Amen.

  14. Bob, Marge, Andrea, Tommy, Bobby and Karen,

    Kathy, Alex and I were so sad to hear of Aaron’s passing. We know how close you are as siblings and a family and how much this loss must hurt.

    I have many fond memories of Aaron as a young lad playing, laughing, losing teeth and enjoying life…. and always poking fun at this siblings to get attention and not just be the youngest of the brood that didn’t get his deserved attention! 🙂 I am sure you are recalling many great memories of your son and brother and I pray they provide comfort and laughter between the tears.

    Please know that although the years and distances have prevented us from visiting much, we love you very much and pray for your peace and comfort in the days and years to come.

    Myron, Kathy and Alex

  15. Bob, Margie, Andrea, Tommy, Bobby, and Karen, we are so sorry to hear of Aaron’s passing and apologize that we cannot be there to celebrate his life and mourn the loss with you today. Know our thoughts and prayers are with each of you as you grieve. May God bring you peace and comfort and eternal rest to Aaron’s soul.
    Love, Elizabeth & Joseph Wallis

  16. Our prays and condolences to the family, we are sorry for your loss, we reflect on the time we did get to spend with Aaron and remember his life with the love he received from family and friends.

    Love from Ditommaso family

  17. I am so sorry to hear of this news. I offer my sincerest condolences to Aaron’s family. Marjorie, Robert, Tom, Andrea, Karen and Bobby. May Aaron Rest In Peace and his family find comfort in this difficult time. God Bless the memory of Aaron Hill. God Speed, Aaron.

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