Julia A. Bartlett

julia bartlett
Julia Ann Clark Hinman-Bartlett, age 84, passed away on July 21, 2017. Julia was born in Meriden on April 12, 1933, a daughter of the late Harold & Mary Clark Sr. She was the widow of the late William Hinman and Robert Bartlett. Julia is survived by her children, Mary (Mike) Ormsby of East Calais, VT, Julie (Gene) Holuba of Wallingford, Willy (Maria) Hinman of Meriden, John (Fran) Hinman of Meriden, Ellen (Rodney) Beaulieu of Plantsville, Thomas (Ashley) Hinman of Northford, and David Bartlett of Meriden; sisters, Eva Erasmus of Meriden, Eileen Driscoll of Uncasville, & Mary Mousch of Meriden; brother, Harold Clark, Jr. of Palm Beach, FL; 13 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She attended St. Joseph School in Meriden for 9 years. Julia was active in many clubs in Meriden over the years, including the Womens Elks Club and the American Legion Auxillary for over 30 years, holding many chairs there. She was formerly employed at the Plasmid Corp. in Wallingford. Friends may visit with her family at BEECHER & BENNETT - FLATOW FUNERAL HOME, 48 Cook Ave, Meriden on Tuesday from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Prayer Service will be held during this time at 7:30. Friends may also attend her Graveside Prayer Service on Wednesday at 11:00 AM in Walnut Grove Cemetery, 817 Old Colony Rd., Meriden. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Julia's memory may be sent to American Legion Post 45, 835 Hanover Rd., Meriden, CT 06451.

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  1. I have known Julia for many years thru the American Legion Auxiliary. Serving our Veterans was always so important to her. Until just recently she would gather clothing at the Bradley Home and I would deliver them to the Newington VA Medical Center. She will be greatly missed by many. Dave, my sons send their condolences to you and your family. the Tracys, Nancy, Denny, Brad and Tim

  2. Julia was one of my first students after being hired at the Meriden YMCA to teach water aerobics 14 years ago. She and her friend, Lorraine Sullivan, were my Lucy and Ethel and we shared many laughs together. The love she had for her family was endless. Every day, there was story or anecdote about a sibling, son or daughter, grand or great grandchild. Even though I never had the opportunity to meet her family members, I feel like I know them through her stories. I am blessed to have known Julia and will miss the joy she brought to those she knew and loved. My condolences to her family; may they feel at peace knowing how much pride and love she had for them.

  3. Cheryl and family, Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved Grandmother. You and your family are in our hearts and prayers! May she rest peacefully in the arms of God and may God’s peace extend to all of you. Much love

  4. I loved you sister better known as the clown or merry maker of the family. My condolences to the family she will be truly missed by many. She is now resting waiting for The Spirit of Jesus to bring her home. RIP Julia we will meet again. Your loving brother and his family, Harold.

  5. Mary and family, my prayers and love go out to all. Julia and I played games for a long time and she kept me up to date with the family and new additions. I will miss her and her sense of humor. May she rest in peace and not be forgotten. Korline Rosi and family

  6. Mary, Mike and all of Julia’s Family; Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, so sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace and May God Bless her. John & Aggie

  7. We are so sorry for your families loss. Julla was a very special woman and will be missed by many. Sincerely Pat and Gary Morganson

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