Pauline (A) Hill of 100 Beaconview Heights Parry Sound. Born 1918.
Maiden name Pauline Alice Danby of Brantford. Distantly related to the Canadian painter Ken Danby. Also related to the Danby's of Danby Forest in England circa 1417.

Wife of Parry Sound resident Norm Hill. Mother of Holly Cascanette, well-known Parry Sound realtor, and mother of Brian Hill, retired radio meteorologist now residing in Texas. She loved her two children immensely and was extremely supportive and proud of their accomplishments.

Pauline Hill was the daughter of the Treasurer of the City of Brantford and later Royal Securities executive Earnest Danby. Her mother was Mary Charlton, related to the Charlton's of the town of Charlton, in northern England and the famous Charlton Tower in London near Buckingham Palace. (Now the luxury Charlton Tower Hotel). Related to the late Harry Charlton of North Bay manager of Sun Life Insurance Company. Pauline graduated from Ontario Ladies College in Whitby (now Trafalgar Castle School) and then attended the Ontario College of Art. She worked in the fine art department at the University of Guelph for years. She enjoyed painting in watercolour and had a deep appreciation for fine art which was obvious through the artwork she displayed throughout her home. Pauline lived in Oshawa on Taunton Road and the house she and her husband Norm had built was surrounded by farmers fields. She went on to become among one of the first female real estate agents in Canada working for Emslie Real Estate in Guelph, specializing in classic Ontario limestone heritage homes. Her husband Norm Hill also became a real estate broker.

Pauline had 4 grandchildren whom she was so proud of and would talk about whenever she had the opportunity. They are Holly Cascanette's daughters, Candice, Brittney and Celine of Parry Sound and Brian Hill’s son, Brian Leighton Hill of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Pauline served on the condo board of directors of 100 Beaconview Heights one of the only condos in Parry Sound at the time of its construction. She enjoyed attending a bible study in her community until her late 80s. Pauline loved people. She was an very compassionate and caring person and left a lasting impression on everyone who got to know her. She had an remarkable memory and always took a genuine interest in the lives of the people she cared about and who cared for her. She was a very dignified woman with an impeccably unique sense of style. She loved stimulating conversation and sipping fine red wine. Her life will be greatly celebrated and remembered. Pauline will be missed by many.

Visitation to be held in the Logan Funeral Home on Monday, December 28th, from 2:00 – 4:00 P.M.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society Ovarian Cancer research. Pauline has a great interest in the disease that claimed the life of her daughter in law, Ann Marie Hill in 2014.