Obituary of Janice E. Patrick
Janice E. (Bartman) Patrick, 90, of Highland Beach, FL and East Hartford, CT beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother and sister, passed away peacefully on Wednesday April 13, 2022, after a short illness.
Janice was predeceased in 1991 by her husband John, to whom she was married for 39 years. Janice leaves three children and their spouses: John and Pamela Patrick of Glastonbury, Ct.; Benjamin and Lisa Patrick of Madison Alabama; and Jacqueline and Vincent Forte of Morris Plains, NJ. She will also be deeply missed by her grandchildren and their families: Benjamin and Katharine Patrick of Fort Collins, Colorado; Sara Patrick of Hoover, Alabama; Vincent Forte of Morris Plains, NJ; Sarah and Tyler Anyan of Fort Collins, Colorado; Christopher and Carly Forte and daughter Charlotte of Laurel, Maryland; John Patrick, III and fiancée Kelly McGovern of Moodus, Ct; John “Jack” Patrick of Nashville, Tennessee; Andrew Patrick of Charlotte, North Carolina; Emily Patrick of Glastonbury, Ct, and Kathleen Forte of Morris Plains, NJ.. Janice is also survived by her sister Jacqueline Reilly of Manchester, Ct.. Janice was the youngest of five children and was predeceased by her sisters and brother-in-laws: Shirley Bartman; Beverly (Paul) Fazzino; and Eunice (Samuel) Scharr; and Francis Reilly. Janice also leaves many nieces and nephews.
Born in Hartford, Janice was the daughter of the late Benjamin X. Bartman and Margaret (Evans) Bartman. Janice held various jobs throughout her life, retiring from the State of Connecticut in 1988. Janice also worked beside her husband raising strawberries in East Hartford and Manchester for over 40 years. Janice was a devote Catholic and longtime member of St Lucy’s Church in Highland Beach and St. Christopher Church in East Hartford. Janice loved to cook and host family holiday gatherings as well as spend time at the beach in Old Lyme and Florida. More than anything, however, Janice loved spending time with her family, whom she taught many valuable life lessons.
There will be no calling hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St Edmund Campion Parish at St Christopher Church and will be private for family members. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery, East Hartford. Memorial contributions may be made to Ayer Neuroscience Institute at Hartford Healthcare. For online condolences, please visit www.mulryanfh.com
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