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Ralph Jones Bartlett 19602021

Ralph Jones Bartlett
1960-2021
Ralph Jones Bartlett died September 23, 2021 at Fredericton
Hospice. He passed peacefully after living many years with Early Onset
Alzheimer’s Disease. He blessed us all with his kind
thoughtfulness through his private struggles with this
disease.
Ralph is survived by his wife, Mary Jane (nee Kenny); mother,
Florence Bartlett; sons, Sean (Alex McLeod), Eric (Katie Hamilton),
and Ryan (Gab Levesque); he was known as Grandad to four very special
grandchildren: Clark, Ross, Nora, and Jones; sister, Susan Larlee
(Erik Haakonsholm) and brother, John Bartlett (Joan); sister-in-law,
Cindy Webb; father and mother-in-law, Charlie and Pam Kenny; his
nieces and nephews.
Ralph was predeceased by his father, Kenneth Bartlett and
brother-in-law, Tim Webb.
Ralph was born on July 19, 1960 in Fredericton. He lived a
life full of giving and caring for his family, friends, and community.
He founded RJ Bartlett Engineering Ltd. in 1987. He grew a company
that became known locally, nationally, and internationally for
expertise in Fire Protection Engineering. He served on various boards
and committees at the Association of Professional Engineers and
Geoscientists of New Brunswick, as well as national and international
professional committees. Ralph had a strong sense of community,
serving as president of the United Way and the Fredericton YMCA, as
well as other local community service organizations. Ralph humbly
accepted numerous awards for his commitment to helping others. He led
a very full life but there was always time for fun and loving family
time that we all cherish.
We are grateful to Enhanced Living, Gagetown and all the
wonderful staff who went above and beyond in providing Ralph care with
much kindness. Dr. Van Middlesworth, Dr. Clarkson, and Dr. Goodyear,
thank you for your guidance and understanding care. Nancy
Clifford-Arseneault, thank you for your unwavering support. To Hospice
house, thank you for your kindness during his last days. Thank you to
all the others who ran, golfed, biked, exercised, skied, fished, and
went for drives. Ralph had an amazing circle of care and support
around him for whom we are so very thankful.
A private family memorial will be held in Ralph’s
memory. For those who wish, donations can be made to The Ralph
Bartlett Community Fund though The Fredericton Community Foundation –
www.fredfdn.ca/give-today.
This fund was established by Ralph’s family to honour
Ralph’s commitment to the Fredericton Community, a place
Ralph was proud to call home. To honour Ralph in your own
way, please take the time to enjoy nature, give to your community, or
even simply share a smile with a stranger and think of
Ralph.
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3 Comments

  1. Dear Sue, we are so sorry for the loss of your Brother, Ralph. I wish I had known him. You would be glad that you were home to visit with him. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family at this sad time.

    With deepest sympathy,
    Carol and Dene Williamson

  2. Mary Jane ,Sean, Eric, and Ryan ; I’m so sorry for the loss of your husband and dad, Ralph. Such a nice, pleasant accomplished person. always well thought of and a pleasure to meet. I hope the many many happy memories, stay with you forever.
    My condolences
    The Russells

  3. Dear Mary Jane and family. I am saddened to hear of Ralph’s passing. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.
    I grew up going to school with Ralph. He was a great guy and always had a twinkle in his eye. I’m sure he leaves many happy memories and we are all richer in life because we knew him.
    Peace to you all in the days ahead.

    Dwight Hornibrook



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