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Robert Bartlett

Robert Wilson Bartlett

Monday, May 7th, 1956 - Monday, November 11th, 2019
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Robert W. Bartlett passed away on November 11th at his home in Meredith following a period of declining health.

He was born in Lowell, MA on May 7, 1956 and moved to Meredith with his family when he was young where he would live the rest of his life. Bob was the proud owner of Bartlett Contracting since 1977.

Bob had a big personality and an infectious laugh. He was always quick with a story and was often found laughing with his many friends at a local watering hole, which he affectionately referred to as his “office”.

Sports were a passion for Bob. A three-season athlete through his school career, Bob fondly reminisced about the 1974 Basketball season and their trip to the State finals. He discovered a love for coaching, which he did for many years, and was delighted to be remembered by former athletes as “Coach”. He was also proud to have served on the Meredith Parks and Playground Commission. As he matured, golf became his sport and he played as often as possible. He also loved traveling, especially to the Cayman Islands and South Beach.

Bob is survived by the great loves of his life, his children Christine Holmes and Jonathan Bartlett and grandchildren Avery and Corbin Holmes, all of Meredith. He is also survived by his sister, Cindy Moon and husband Michael of Gorham, ME and his sister Alison Whynot and husband Jack of Meredith. He was predeceased by his parents, Jean and Elliot Bartlett and his grandson Kolten Holmes.

A Celebration of Bob’s life will be held at Hart’s Turkey Farm Restaurant in Meredith from 1 to 4 on Monday, November 18th. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Paul Sharpe Memorial Fund, c/o Duncan Simons, PO Box 1215, Meredith, NH 03253. This fund supports local Veterans activities.
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    Location
    Hart's Restaurant
    Address
    NH Route #3
    MEREDITH, NH 03253
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    A Celebration of Bob’s Life will be Monday 11/18 From 1-4pm

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ray wujcik

Posted at 06:56pm
...condolences to all of bob’s survivors.
bob was a singular individual who always lit up the room with his presence. i fondly recall golfing with bob at wmcc and spring golfing weekends on cape cod.
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Gordon Lemke

Posted at 12:48pm
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First and foremost my condolences to John, Christine, and Bob's family.
Bob and I were alike in many ways and not so much in other ways. But, we became close friends because of our mutual likes.
It all started with youth basketball, me being the coach and Bob the caring parent. This lead to family friendships, sports conversations, twi-light golf(Bob was my partner), some work related jobs(mowing), coaching together, trips to "The Cape", many stories(jokes), and laughs together.
Rest in peace my friend!!!

Gordon Lemke
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Janyce Doe

Posted at 08:21am
My favorite memories of Bob are the 'Bear Hugs' he gave with all his strength.
Sending a big hug to Heaven for you now -It's on it's way.
I can picture your big smile and hearty laugh as you look upon us.
Rest in Peace Bob`
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Bob O'Neill

Posted at 08:04pm
Rest in peace Bobby.
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Sharon Pocock

Posted at 01:38pm
I remember him as Bobby, and I remember that sense of fun others have mentioned. I really remember him as that three sport athlete and especially our senior year when the basketball team went to the finals. There was such school spirit at that time and Bobby was right at the center of it.
I may not have seen Bobby after graduation. I went off to college and then a short-lived career. I never attended any of our reunions and I now desperately regret that.
But I've never forgotten Bobby. May he rest in peace...
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