My husband I only met Gil a few years ago. I’ve know Pam for many years. Every time we would run into them he was always the first one to say hello and want to strike up a conversation. I’m so sorry to hear about his passing. He will be missed.
Gil was definitely loved by all. All the Underhill’s have always been a down to earth bunch.
I love my papa so much! he was always a prodigious, hardworking, and LOVING grandpa to all seven of us grandchildren. i’m so going to miss his tight hugs, with his scruff scratching my face. you have loved my amazing grandmother to the furthest extent, and I can not thank you enough for that. i love you so much papa <3
I am so sorry for your loss. GILBERT was a great friend to all who knew him.
THE world would be better place if everyone was like GILBERT. GOD BLESS YOU MY FRIEND.
Pam, your Uncle Mert and I are praying for your comfort. We love you so much. Missy & Mert
Gilbert my friend from long ago. I worked with Gil at The Pour House Pizza, we had some good times and many long talks at that bar. He was always a great listener, with a caring heart for all the customers. I had ran into him several times over the years and I know he will be greatly missed by his family that he adored. Prayers for comfort and strength for his family and friends.
i worked with gil on several jobs. he was a hard working, dedicated union man. he will be missed by family, friends, and brother operators
Rip Brother Gil and my condolences to the family. Gil was alright with me!, 🙏
Gil was a great friend and operator brother of my husband, Ed Pressley. He was always a cheerful, fun loving person. Whenever he would call Ed he was always fun to talk to. I have had the privilege to meet him twice and he was always so full of life and conversation. He will be missed by many. Much love and condolences to his family and friends. RIP friend.
Sorry for your loss Pam.
We were always so excited to see Gil and Pam whatever the occasion, especially at our family reunions! Gil was at our house a lot when we were growing up so we have always been close. He was a remarkable human being, kind, funny and always willing to lend a hand. He brought joy and light into our family and his absence will be deeply felt. Love his smile! RIP Cuz ❤️
Gil is my uncle i could not have asked for a more loving obnoxious and funny person to call uncle who is going to be very missed by all the Underhills. Aunt Pam i can not express enough what it means to me to have you both in my life im sorry for the loss it was way too soon to loose such a great person I love you Pam.
Love, Austin Underhill
Gilbert A. Underhill, passed away on June 20, 2023.
Gil was born on June 20, 1959, to Roman Wayne Underhill and Myrtle Sue Underhill in Evansville, Indiana.
Gil graduated from Evansville North High School. He went on to work at Local #181 as a Heavy Equipment Operating Engineer. He proudly worked on many projects around the Evansville area. He never met a stranger and was a friend to all. Above all, Gil was devoted to his family. Gil will be remembered as a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend.
Gil is survived by his loving wife Pam Underhill; children Jayme Underhill, Janice Heinlin (Randy), Jared Moore; grandchildren Ian, Olyvia, Zoe, Addison, Kaydenze, Savanna, Casey; brother David Underhill (Joanie); brother-in-laws Ronald McKasson (Fran), David McKasson (Debbie); sister-in-laws Debbie Williams (Walt), Becky Conner; and numerous loving extended family.
Gil was preceded in death by his parents Roman Wayne Underhill and Myrtle Sue Underhill and his brother Randy Underhill.
In his last selfless act on Earth, Gil gave the gift of life to many families as an organ donor.
Visitation will be from 11am until the time of service at 3pm on Saturday, June 24, 2023 at Sunset Funeral Home.
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