Jeanne Tessier Bartnick

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On behalf of Food For The Poor, Inc., we extend our condolences and deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Jeanne, who was a true friend of ours and of the poorest of the poor whom we serve. Jeanne's past support and her heart for the poor is a legacy to be honored. We pray for God's peace and comfort to be with Jeanne's loved ones during this time of separation. Sincerely, The Planned Giving Department, FFP,

I have fond memories of Alice and I visiting Aunt Jeanne and Uncle Ted in Panama City, where they so enjoyed their retired life together. She always had a smile for everyone and will be missed.

You,your sister Marie and father Tessier were my neighbors for over 25 years on Imperial Avenue,you were the best neighbors.We always had a great conversation whenever we would see each other outside in the summer.You were a great family to live next to.

Shellie Silva
Cohoes,New York

Jeanne, I am sure that you must be with Ted playing golf. God bless you. You were such a wonderful cousin and friend. Hit them straight. Bruno.

Mrs.Bartnick was a wonderful role model for me when I was a student at Cohoes High School. I admired her skill, compassion, work ethic, and strength as a person. Although I was just a student, she always treated me like an equal. I owe, in part, my 40 successful years in the college classroom to her shining example of what a professional teacher should be. Thanks for the role you played in my life, Mrs. Bartnick. Donna Lis Reittinger, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, The College of St. Rose

Jeanne was a wonderful woman who took me to my very first New York Womens Junior Golf Tournamnet a few years ago (almost 40) and we had a wonderful time. She was very kind, easy to talk to and an excellent golfer. I will remember her always.

Lou and I will miss coming to visit you and share a meal with you. You were always a pleasure to talk to and you could hold a conversation on just about anything. You and Uncle Ted did truly enjoy life. You were both very good to our family and I have many fond memories. Say Hi to Uncle Ted. You will be missed. Love, Lou & Bonnie

I remember her smile & Kindness @ CHS, as well as her passion for teaching. May she rest in peace, she will be missed by many.


Jeanne's Obituaries

Albany Jeanne T. Bartnick, 93, formerly of Imperial Avenue, Cohoes passed away peacefully after a brief illness on Monday, December 24, 2012 at her residence at Avila in Albany. Born in Cohoes, she was the daughter of the late Francis M. and Herminie Blais Tessier. Jeanne graduated from Keveny...

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