Patricia “Pat” (Cunha) Bartlett

 

PatriciaBartlettPat Bartlett of Dracut passed away on Friday, January 30, 2015 at her home. She was the daughter of the late Frank and Alice Cunha, who passed away in Nov. 1978 an on March 14, 2010, respectively.
She was educated in the Dracut School System and resided in Chelmsford for over 40 years. She is survived by her two sons, Ed Bartlett and wife Gina of Phoenix, AZ and Don Bartlett, of Dracut, MA. Also, her two stepsons, Bobby and Stephen Bartlett, of Manchester, NH and Hopkinton, MA. She was employed as an Executive Secretary at Raytheon in Bedford, MA for 18 years. She also worked for Randstad Temporary Agency for 5 years. She leaves her grandson Ed Bartlett, Jr, as well as granddaughter, Sandra Hernandez, husband Sam and beloved great grandson Jesse all of Phoenix, AZ. She leaves two sisters and a brother, Theresa Chausse of Lowell, MA, Joan Heyne of Phoenix, AZ and Dan Cunha of Tallahassee, FL. She also leaves her aunt, Jeannette Boule of Dracut, MA, several nieces and nephews especially Alice Melendez of Phoenix, AZ and many cousins, as well as her best friend Judy Grogg.
She was the sister of Frank Cunha, Jr. who passed away in July 1998 in Tampa, FL.
Pat enjoyed reading mystery books, music, walking, and bowling. She also enjoyed football, the New England Patriots and was an integral partner in creating the Chelmsford Pop Warner cheerleading program.
She was an active member of Aldersgate Methodist Church, located at 242 Boston Rd. Chelmsford
Visiting hours Feb. 9th Monday 3 to 7 p.m at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, MA. Funeral Tuesday Feb. 10th at 10:00 a.m. at Aldersgate Methodist Church 242 Boston Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824. Burial in Pine Ridge Cemetery, Chelmsford. Memorials may be made in her name to the Aldersgate Methodist Church or Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 450 Brookline Ave., Boston, MA 02215. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com

  1. Donald Bartlett says:

    I miss my Mom! Pat was a strong wonderful person who got the most out of every day. Over the last several years, living with my Mom, I was privileged to be able to see, feel and understand how wonderful a person Pat was. She was all about keeping herself busy during the day, getting whatever it was that needed to be done, done(which always included keeping the house spotless!)…and then reaching out to her always growing array of friends and family to see how they and their families were doing. It truly fulfilled her to know How they all were doing, and more importantly, if they were going thru difficult times she certainly would find out in her nice, caring way and be there for them. She was a woman who, if it can be said, lived life the way it should be lived. She lived to be productive and get the most out of every day and was so selfless with regards to caring about her family and friends to an extreme.

  2. Gay Rinker says:

    I got to know Pat at several functions at Aldersgate where we went to church. She was a lovely woman. May she rest in Peace.

  3. Carol O'Brien says:

    Pat and I were friends for over 50 years having met at New England Telephone and Telegraph in the early 60’s. Pat will be missed by many…my deepest sympathy to the family.

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