Starley  Test
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Starley  A.
Test
1927 - 2018
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Obituary for Starley Test

Starley A. Test, 90, of Cincinnati, Ohio, went to the Lord, June 19, 2018, surrounded by family. He was a member of both St. Ignatius and St. Vivian Parishes.

He was born October 30, 1927, in Wyoming, Ohio, son of the late Dr. Starley N. and Jeannette J. (Schweitzer) Test. He was the third eldest of 6 siblings. He is survived by his only sister Mary Jean Leugers, of Brighton, MI.

He attended St. James grade school, in Wyoming, graduated from Roger Bacon High School 1945, and attended Xavier University and graduated from Woodbury College in California. He married Anita Fazi of Upper Darby, Pa. on November 25, 1950.

He was a World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Navy during 1946 – 1948.
He participated in the Veteran’s Tri-State honor flight program in 2013 to the Washington DC Memorial.
This is a non-profit organization that provides free transportation for Veterans to the Memorial in Washington D.C..

After his discharge, he became a business owner of Michael’s Hairstyling and later became the Plant Manager of The Christ Hospital where he retired in 1988. He was always an avid golfer.

He is survived by his Son Gary M. Test (Gale Roy) and Daughter Starleyne Test Vondrell (Jim). Grandfather to Aimee (Aaron), Jimmy (Carly), Abby (Ben), Lisa (Sean), Lindsey (Tom), Crystal (Marco), Christopher.
Great Grandfather ( GGPa) to: Mia, Beckham, Adalena, James, Alexandra, Evie, Benjamin, Vincent, Eliza, Nora, Dominic, Millie, Emagene, Simon, Archer (soon to be girl August 2018), Luciana, Allen, Iris, Penny, Camilla, Kingston.

Visitation and Christian Burial will be held Saturday, June 30, 2018 at St. Ignatius Church, 5222 North Bend Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio. Starting with the visitation at 10:30AM and concluding with the Mass service at 11:30. Burial will take place at St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Starley was loved by all.
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