Patrick A. Testin

West Chicago, Illinois

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I was so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. The world has lost a kind soul. Pest in peace Pat.

Pat is going to be greatly missed I will think of you every time I have pie thank you Pat for the great times we had at the Great 02 God would say GOOD JOB to you PAT Love Deb

I worked with Pat at AT&T for 30 years. We always talked about cars, being in the service and politics. In more recent years we exchanged emails, mainly about cars. I will miss him.

I have known Pat since he came back to work at Western Electric Montgomery after his USAF service. We have been good friends throughout the years sharing jokes, stories and our love of aircraft during that time, along with exchanging photos of aircraft. The last time I was in Illinois Pat and I met for lunch and then ventured to the airport to reminisce our mutual love of aircraft. Over the years since I left Illinois Pat and I have stayed in contact via E-Mail and telephone remembering...

Pat, you will be missed. You were always very nice to me and a wonderful person to work with. God bless you! From your friend at Old Second.

I am very sad to hear of my good friend Pats' passing . My job at the Aurora Airport just will not be the same . We had many great conversations and laughs at the airport . I will miss him greatly . The airport and myself have lost a great friend .

For the past several years, I spent a lot of time at the Aurora Airport with Pat. We liked to take pictures of airplanes and he was a great resource for me. I will miss his friendship. He loved taking pictures of the moon. Attached is one of his moon shots.

Jeff Walan

I have so many great childhood memories that involve you! Every time I hear Basia, see a Charger or any car show, trains, or Skippy peanut butter, I am reminded of you! You will be missed Uncle Pat!


Patrick's Obituary

Testin, Patrick A. Died on February 15, 2014, at his home in Aurora. Pat was born in Aurora on March 26, 1946. He graduated from East Aurora High School and was in the Vietnam war and served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Pat was employed by Western Electric Company (AT&T, Lucent...

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