Anthony E Hilla
Anthony E. Hilla

Anthony (Tony) E. Hilla, age 67 of Murrieta California, passed on Thursday, February 6, 2020.

He was born on December 16, 1952 to John and Madelin(Tudor) Hilla Sr.

He had been with his significant other, Margie Huntsman for 23 years.

Tony graduated from Conneaut Valley High School and attended Butler Community College. He worked for Utility Constructors in Linesville before moving to California. In California he held various sales jobs until his time of death.

Tony was an avid Pittsburgh sports fan and enjoyed cars especially his 1930 Ford Hot Rod and Corvettes.

Tony is survived by his mother, Madelin of Conneautville, twin brother John (Meg)of Conneaut Lake, niece Erin(Nick) of Manheim, Pa, significant other Margie Huntsman of Murrieta, Ca, her children Jason (Danielle) Huntsman, Nathan (Lynnsey) Huntsman, Heide (Tim) Graham and her grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his father, John E. Hilla, Sr.

A private service will be held at the convenience of the family.

Family will have a Celebration of Life at Linesville VFW 7842, 6913 Gehrton Road, Linesville, Pa. 16424 on April 4th from Noon till 2:00.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Linesville VFW Post 7842.
Published on February 12, 2020

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MaryJane Vendel
Feb 17, 2020
John, I am very sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Please pass my condolences to your family. Always remember the fun times we had on Bus #16.
Dick James
Feb 15, 2020
I knew Tony years ago with his red Model A cpe. He was a very gentlemanly type of guy, polite, and very likable. I am very sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family
Denny Phelps
Feb 14, 2020
John, I heard this morning about the loss of your brother, my friend,
Tony. I will always think of you and Tony as some of my best friends.
I'll remember our times in school and think of you often.
Denny Phelps
Feb 14, 2020
John, I heard this morning about the loss of your brother, my friend, Tony. I think about the fun we all had through the years at Conneaut Valley High. I always considered the two of you as some of my best friends You will be in my thoughts always.
Joe Cook
Feb 13, 2020
Tony was my best friend, and his passing has left an emptiness in my life that can never be filled. Tony and I talked or texted two to three times a day about everything. Tony was my go to friend and he is missed dearly.

I know Tony loved his family, as he always talked about their concerns and always wanted to help.

Tony never served in the military, but supported them 24/7. I respected Tony for his patriotism and love for America. I would have been proud to have served with Tony, and would have made a great leader.

He is with God now.Goodbye my dear friend and Rest In Peace.

Joe
Chubby and Julie Wheeler
Feb 13, 2020
Life is so short and has its own plans. We will miss your words of love and encouragement. There are many memories from back in our younger days we will remember and laugh. Love and prayers to the family that held so much love for you. Special prayers for Madeline.
Love, Chubby and Julie
Jody Potts
Feb 13, 2020
Always consider Tony a good friend but lost track of each other until a few months ago thru FB.I always knew what kind of kid he was as we grew up and went to school together.But recently realized what a great man he became.So sorry I didn’t get to know you more.Until we meet again your friend,Jody
Athena Birtikidis Wilberger
Feb 13, 2020
John sorry to hear of Tony's passing prayers to you and your family
Valerie Watson
Feb 13, 2020
My thoughts and prayers to Tony's family and friends.