Randy “Butch” Colin Hill, born at the Lady Willingdon Hospital in Ohsweken, Ontario, on November 1st, 1951, began his next journey on Monday September 28th, 2020, at the Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario. He was the beloved husband of Iris MacDonald and leaves son, Nathan and Jen and Grand Children: Maddison (Maddison Blue), Meira (Beagle) and Layton (Leapschkin). He also leaves behind his brother Larry and Lana, sister Ava and Cy, brother John and Karen, brother Darryl (Jy) and sister Tracy. Butch was a Special Uncle to several nieces and nephews and much loved by his surviving Aunts and his Uncle Roger (Buck) Smith and many cousins and friends. Butch was also a Special Friend of Dr. Doug (Slug) Crane. He is pre-deceased by his parents, Fred (Mick) Hill and Elaine (Smith), and his little sister, Brenda. Butch is well known as a superb athlete who excelled in hockey and baseball throughout his younger years. He was also an Ironworker who not only worked around home but in the Bahamas and Puerto Rico. Butch spent many years working with the horses and was a licensed trainer with Standardbred Canada. He was most proud of his valued horse “In the Irons” who he affectionately called “Arnie”. Butch is resting at his home at 2852 Fifth Line, Six Nations.