Celebrating the life of Philip J. Hilton
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Phil was a longtime employee of Brunelle Bros. Electric and Rumley Electric. He graduated from Shawsheen Tech in 1988.
Phil was the son of the late Bill and Georgette Hilton. He is survived by his wife Jennifer Hilton, his daughter Olivia Hilton and her partner Ryan Costello, of Milford NH; His brother Ron Hilton and his wife Brenda of Lowell, MA, his brother Doug Hilton and his wife Tracy of Fitchburg, MA; his sister Traci MacBrayne (Hilton) and her husband Edward; his father and mother in law, Gary and Barbara Corning and his brother in law Matt Corning. He also leaves behind his niece and Godchild, Miranda Fuller and her husband Cam, his niece Taylor Hilton and her partner Luis, and his niece Chantel Hilton and her partner Steve, his niece Felicia Kemp and her partner Phil and his nephew Bubba Kemp and his partner Ashley along with his beautiful great nieces and nephews; his partner Carla Nickerson and her son Connor. He leaves behind many friends from his FB camp family, Brunelle Bros Electric Family and Center Cafe family as well.
Phil was an avid fisherman who truly loved and appreciated the beauty in nature. If you asked Phil who he was, his first answer would be Electrician. He was blessed to love what he did and it was an integral part of who he was. He trained up some fine electricians and passed on his love of the trade. He loved all animals and leaves behind three dogs that will miss him terribly. He had a sense of humor that knew no bounds, left some shaking their heads, others mortified and most on the floor laughing. He regularly cracked himself up. His laugh, his smile and his spirit was contagious. Advanced COPD took his breath and ultimately took him from us, but his memory and his spirit will never be forgotten. He lived life on his terms, loved hard and was stubborn as hell. He left his mark on the world and on our hearts. He loved his family and his daughter was his pride and joy. Breathe easy and watch over all who love you PJ, you will be missed. We will see you on the hill!
Visiting hours will be held Wednesday, July 27 at the Sweeney Memorial Funeral Home, 66 Concord Rd., Billerica from 3-7 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to The Lowell Humane Society where we were blessed to adopt his three cats his forever pup, Floyd and his fur-niece Charlie.
66 Concord Road
Billerica, MA 01821