William D. Bartlett

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William D. "Bill" Bartlett, 85, of Asheville, died Sunday, November 17, 2013 at his residence. Mr. Bartlett was born in Buncombe County, a son of the late Fred, Sr. and Julia Stewart Bartlett. He is also preceded in death by his wife, Maxine Troy Bartlett, two sisters, Mabel Bartlett and Betty McIntosh and one brother, Ray E. Bartlett. He was a Meteorologist with the National Climatic Center, a veteran of the US Marine Corps and a member of Groce United Methodist Church. Survivors include two brothers, Fred Bartlett of Swannanoa and Donald B. Bartlett of Monroe; two sisters, Faye B. Corn of Asheville and Freddie DeMonte of West Palm Beach, FL; several nephews and nieces. A funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at Groce UMC, with Rev. Gerald Davis and Rev. Avery White officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Interment will be in Ashelawn Gardens of Memoray. Memorials may be made to Groce UMC, 954 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC, 28805. Groce Funeral Home on Tunnel Road is assisting the Bartlett family.

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  1. I was so sad to read about Bill’s passing. We lost touch with him when Maxine and Eveline died, and I so regret not keeping in touch. Bill was such a joy to know, and he and Maxine’s friendship with my mother was so special. Please know his kindness and personality had such a wonderful impact on me when I was young. He will always be remembered as one of the kindest, sweetest and funniest people I ever met.

    Eveline’s daughter,

  2. Mr. Bartlett has touched so many lives including all of ours at Bayada Home Health Care. We can’t begin to express the positive impact he made on us. It was truly an honor for us to serve him.
    Tish, Erin, Shannon, and Candy (Bayada Home Health Care)

    Helen and I are so sorry to see about BILLS death! We had a lot of good times studying math, fishing, partying and eating !! We are sorry that we did not see him for so long but we all had problems!!

  4. Having known Bill at NCDC and talked with him many times after his retirement, his optimism and good humor stands out in my mind. He was a ‘fun’ guy even though he and his wife had a boatload of health problems. I am very glad to have known him

  5. I’m so sorry I’m unable to attend my Uncle Bill’s funeral. He was a wonderful man and meant so much to me in my life. I’m grateful that I visited him recently with my mother and sister and had a wonderful family reunion not knowing it would be our last. Uncle Bill was a great guy. He was loving, kind, funny, intelligent, curious, interested in your opinions and loved a lively political discussion. He will be sorely missed as the patriarch of our family. I love you Uncle Bill. See you in heaven.

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