We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Lucas & Eaton Funeral Home
On the early morning of June 9, 2022, Aaron “Big A” Hill passed away in his home in york, maine at the age of 51. The impact Aaron had on everyone’s lives around him is something to behold and he will be missed by many.
Aaron, born on October 9, 1970, was a York High School graduate and settled in the town of York thereafter. His beautiful wife, Cori, and his two boys, AJ and Rocky, were his entire world. Aaron and Cori were soulmates and the absolute love of each others lives. Having a family of his own was very important to Aaron, and when that wish came true he would never look back. He grew up in Waterville, ME before moving to York with his mother, Trudy, and his two brothers, Todd and Seth. Trudy has a special kind of love for Aaron, her middle child, that cannot be described. Todd is Aaron’s big brother, biggest fan and best friend. His sister-in-law, Nikki, has known Aaron since high school and they’ve always shared a unique bond. His niece and nephew, Macki and Nick, have many classic memories of their uncle that they’ll never let go of. His aunt, Sharon, his uncle, Jim, and his cousin, Kevin, grew up with Aaron very closely and love him dearly. Among these are many other family members who were closely connected to Aaron in their own individual way.
It goes without saying that Aaron was a legend in his community. Having spent many years working at Ruby’s, his hilarious nature and positive attitude lit up the place. If you think of Ruby’s, you think of Aaron…simple as that. Everyone who stepped foot in that restaurant, more specifically the sports bar in the back, could sense his infectiously vibrant energy and shared said energy with him. He delivered line after line of hysterical nonsense like nobody else. It was his goal in life to make people laugh - which has been achieved thousands of times. Over the years, Aaron has developed friendships that will be forever cherished. He was always cracking jokes and making sure everyone was happy. The list of friends he leaves behind would be pages long - that speaks for itself. Our small town will never be the same without his large, loud, colorful presence.
Aaron loved going to the movies and watching the latest tv shows, taking trips with his family to Bar Harbor, cooking the most delicious food, fishing with his boys and watching them play baseball, basketball and soccer, and just being around people having a good time. His presence is something that can never be replaced, as he is irreplaceable. He genuinely is one of a kind.
Visiting hours will be on June 24 from 4:00pm-7:00pm at Lucas Eaton Funeral Home in York, Maine. Additionally, a Celebration of Life will be hosted at the Viewpoint in York, Maine on June 26 from 12:30pm-4:30pm.