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Native American actor Charlie Hill, 62, has lost battle with lymphoma

The Two Row Times | By Nahnda Garlow

Two Row Times has confirmed that Haudenosaune/Cree actor Charlie Hill passed away early Monday morning following a lengthy illness. He was 62 years old.

Six Nations actor Gary Farmer took to social media Monday morning offering condolences after learning his friend, Haudenosaune actor Charlie Hill, passed away after battling lymphoma for the last year.

Farmer posted on his Facebook, “My sincere condolences to family, friends, and fans for my long time friend, Charlie Hill who passed on early this morning.”

A website has been up and running to raise funds for the family while they cared for him in his illness. Donations can still be made here. https://www.everribbon.com/ribbon/view/15637

Two Row Times would like to offer condolences to Hill’s family and friends at this time.

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