Patricia Tillman

Patricia Tillman

May 17, 1931 - March 05, 2007

Patricia Tillman

May 17, 1931 - March 05, 2007


Patricia Pat Tillman, 75, Born May 17, 1931 Glendale, CA, Died March 5, 2007 of Cortical-basal
ganglionic degeneration CBGD. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Bob, her three
children, son and daughter in law, Norm and Delia of Gillette, Wyoming, son and daughter in
law, Mike and Tina of RSM, CA, and daughter and son in law, Denise and Ron Bishop of Rancho
Cucamonga, 4 grandsons, Robert, David, James and Mark Tillman, and sister Linda Maeda of Hemet.

Pat was a loving mother, and with her family was very active in the San Gabriel Valley Boat and Ski Club. She was a talented speed boat racer, enjoyed ocean fishing and spending time with her
lifetime Love, Bob. After raising her children, she went to work for Home Savings and Loan.
She started as a receptionist and retired 27 years later as an escrow manager. Pat fought her disease bravely, accepting each stage with courage, humor, and grace. Pat was an example to
all who knew her, always maintaining a positive attitude for everything good in her life. She was
a tough lady and will be missed by all who’s lives she touched. A memorial service will be held
Monday, March 12, 2007, at 1:00 PM, at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Pkwy., Laguna Hills,
CA, 92653,, 949 581-4300.

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2 responses to Patricia Tillman

  1. Lisa Frances says:

    I am sorry to read of your loss. Please accept these comforting words from the Holy Scriptures: “The resurrection of friends and family is part of the hope that the Bible sets out. Revelation 21:3, 4 gives more details: ‘God himself will be with mankind. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.’ This means that any source of sadness in your life will soon be gone forever. What the Bible promises will come true, and you can enjoy its fulfillment. Just knowing that better times are ahead gives relief.”

  2. To the Tillman Family: I was saddened to read of your loss. Although I only knew Mike from Arroyo High School and had worked many years ago with Denise at American Title Company, both were great people any parent would be proud of. My thoughts will be with your entire family tomorrow.

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