Kevin J. Hill Obituary, Death Cause – On March 10, 2023, Kevin J. Hill, age 65, of Kunkletown, Pennsylvania, and formerly of Moore Township, lost his battle with cancer. He passed away at the Lehigh Valley Pocono Hospice House in East Stroudsburg as a result of the injuries he sustained while fighting the disease. Both he and Charlene J. (Burkhardt) Hill were married to one another in this relationship. Kevin and Char had been together for 17 years prior to the awful event that occurred on October 12, when they both lost their battle with cancer.
On that day, they would have commemorated the occasion of their fifth wedding anniversary. His father, Jay E. Hill, had passed away, and his mother was a native of Fountain Hill. He was the son of his late father. Kevin received his high school diploma from Nazareth in 1975 and has spent the better part of the last four decades working at the TransEdge Truck Center in Allentown in the capacities of technician and fabricator. In 1975, Kevin completed his high school education at Nazareth.
Being an avid sports fan, he delighted in watching college football and was a fervent supporter of a number of different sports organizations and teams, including NASCAR, Penn State University, and the Philadelphia Eagles, among others. In addition to his devoted wife Char, he is survived by his daughter Kelly Hansler and her husband Brett of Bushkill Township; three step-children Jacklyn Maritch and Jonathan of Bath, Kaitlyn Pettus and Thomas of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Grace Tinman of Fleetwood;
four grandchildren Joshua, Jacob, Emma, and Ryder; his sister Kim Pitsko of Lower Nazareth Township; and numerous nieces and nephews, including Dylan, in whose life he played an important role.
Memorial Services: A private memorial ceremony and visitation will be arranged at a time and place that is most suitable for the family. These services will be held in memory of the deceased. The preparations are being handled by the GEORGE G. BENSING FUNERAL HOME, LLC in the Village of Moorestown – Bath. They are also in charge of giving care and direction.