David C. Bartlett

david bartlett

February 24, 1966 ~ July 18, 2021

Born in: Meriden, Connecticut
Resided in: Meriden, Connecticut

David Charles Bartlett, age 55, passed away peacefully on July 18, 2021 after a very long courageous battle with cancer.

David was born in Meriden on February 24th, 1966, son of Julia Ann Bartlett and Robert Charles Bartlett.

David is survived by his children, Meagan (Max) Stein of Roselle Park, NJ and David Charles Bartlett, Jr. of Virginia Beach, VA. He is also survived by his sisters, Mary (Michael) Ormsby of East Calais, VT, Julie Holuba of Wallingford, Ellen (Rodney)Beaulieu of Port St. Lucie, FL, and brothers William (Maria) Hinman Jr. of Meriden, John Hinman of Avon and Thomas (Ashley) Hinman of Northford.  In addition, David is also survived by his very special loving aunt, Mary Mousch of Meriden, with whom he lived for several years, and also by several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his very special partner, Lisa Mancino.

He attended Meriden schools and was an accomplished house painter who took pride in his work. He had a big heart and was always willing to help his friends and family whenever they needed it. David was very patriotic and loved the American bald eagle. He traveled to Vermont often to visit family and would stay for a month at a time. He was also an avid Philadelphia Eagles and New York Yankees fan. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in David’s memory may be sent to the Bartlett Children, c/o Julie Holuba, 814 Clintonville Road, Wallingford, CT 06492.  Friends may attend a graveside service on August 1, 2021, 11:00 am at Walnut Grove Cemetery, 817 Old Colony Road, Meriden, CT 06451.


Graveside Service: August 1, 2021 11:00 am

Walnut Grove Cemetery
817 Old Colony Road
Meriden, CT 06451

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  1. My brother, David. I will miss you so much. I’m so sorry you had to go through so much pain and suffering. Your long struggle is over and you are in the arms of our lord. I loved your visits to Vermont. I know you did too. Rest in peace, baby brother until we meet again. Love and prayers.

  2. David you are in a better place,no more pain and suffering. You left loved ones behind to join love ones in heaven. You will be greatly miss by the hearts you touched on earth.until we meet again.

  3. David I am so grateful I was able to see you at your Aunt Mary Beth’s house. I know you are in Heaven now and pain free!

  4. Uncle David, I’m so glad that your pain and suffering is over. I know you are pain free now and in the arms of our LORD. At the same time, I will miss your laugh, the constant beats/songs in your head, your desire to help those around you, fireworks, and shenanigans 🙂 Give GG a big hug and tell my Dad I love him. You put up an amazing fight Dave. While we miss you so much, we know you are happier and healthier than any of us can conceive.
    Rest easy and wear that Robe and Crown proudly
    Love Always,
    Elizabeth Pelloni

  5. Dave and I grew up together, I carry many smiles and laughs he brought to my early life……RIP My friend

  6. Had so many great adventures with you Dave! Memories that I’ll cherish until we met again my friend. Rest in Peace my Friend.

  7. Many teenage South Meriden laughs. Fly free from pain and strife of this physical world. May your family and friends find comfort in their memories of you. PEACE!

  8. We will miss you uncle Dave! Suffering may endure for a moment but joy comes in the morning. Rest well!!

  9. Dave you will be missed greatly, now you and Lisa are together. Love 💕 Tammy Mancino & Cody Albee, and Amber Albee

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