Conroy Funeral Home

William W. Tillman

Service: 12:30pm Mon. July 1st, 2019
St. Bernard Catholic Church
TILLMAN, William W., 85, of Springfield, passed away June 25, 2019 in Southbrook Care Center. He was born July 6, 1933 in Toledo, Ohio the son of Joseph and Hildegarde (Herring) Tillman. Bill was the President of Glasgo Plastics in Springfield for 31 years retiring in 2003. He was an active member of St. Bernard Catholic Church and a United States Army veteran having served during the Korean War. Bill enjoyed volunteering at the Springfield Soup Kitchen. Survivors include 4 children and their spouses, Mary Tillman, William Jr. and Christine Tillman, John and Jennifer Tillman and Leslie Tillman; 9 grandchildren, Brendon, Bradley, Derrick, Rachel, Victoria, Hannah, John, Reagan, and Danielle; 2 siblings, Richard Tillman and Cindy Hagan and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife Vivian in 2012 and 4 siblings. Visitation will be on Monday from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at CONROY FUNERAL HOME, 1660 E. High St. Funeral Mass will be held at 12:30 pm in St Bernard Church, 910 Lagonda Ave for family and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Springfield Soup Kitchen, 830 W. High St., Springfield, Ohio 45504.

My deepest sympathy on the death of your father. Uncle BillBill was such a kind person as was Aunt Vivian. It is tough to lose our parents. My love goes out to all of you. Judy Frankowski

- Judy Frankowski, Monday July 1st, 2019

My heart is broken... What a wonderful, wonderful man Bill was. Knowing him these last several years is a blessing. He was the sweetest, nicest, kindest "gentle" man in the world! The Soup kitchen will never be the same without him...... His service to God and and his faith in God carried him through every day of his life. Those big hands and big feet couldn't even begin to challenge the size of his heart!!! Miss you, Bill....

- Marsha Roof, Friday June 28th, 2019

A GREAT MAN. He makes me think of the way St Francis and The Good Samaritan treated people. Loving them unconditionally. Giving of himself for others regardless. May HE rest in PEACE !!!. Tony Schneider( St Bernard's prayer group.)

- Anthony Schneider, Thursday June 27th, 2019