Carol E. Bartlett (Wilkinson)
Bartlett Family, so sorry to hear of your loss. Godspeed to all of you
I am sadden to hear of the lost of Carol Bartlett. My family grew up with the Bartlett's in Detroit. I have many fond memories of Carol while attending church at Calvin Presbyterian Church. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Louise Collins Stefan and Family.
Our thoughts and prayers to the Bartlett family. May God bless everyone during your loss. We have many great neighborhood memories. The Bernsteins,,,Bill, Blake, Jon, and Mrs. Dee Bernstein,
I met Aunt Carol in 1980 my first summer in Michigan after moving from Philadelphia. I was raised in a Italian family with aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family and friends where Sunday dinner and Christmas eve were festivals of food and fun. I met Chuck and BJ and they invited me to Quincy and "Blue Gables" it was at the farm I met Aunt Carol and Uncle Dave. It was like Philly all over. All this family, friends always coming over, and the Food. Even before Jill an I were married in 1983, I greeted "Aunt Carol" with a hug and kiss. I am forever blessed to have been plunked from the East coast to become part of the Wilkinson/Bartlett family. Aunt Carol has a place in my heart rooted in the tradition of family and love created by our Lord. Thank you Aunt Carol. Philly Joe Corso and Jill
Beth: I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. She always seemed like such a strong women which I'm sure she was. I was certain that she would have bounced back. My thoughts are with you and your family. ...Joann