Mizpah Antonia J. Bartlett

Public Viewing for the late Mizpah Antonia J. Bartlett, aged 83 years, of Holly Road, Winton Meadows, will be held on Thursday January 27th, 2022, at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Cremation will follow.
Mizpah Bartlett

Mizpah Antonia J. Bartlett

Aged 83 years

Public Viewing for the late Mizpah Antonia J. Bartlett, aged 83 years, of Holly Road, Winton Meadows, will be held on Thursday January 27th, 2022, at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Cremation will follow. 

Due to current Government regulations in respect of Covid-19, masks and physical distancing are required. 

A Private Service for the family will be held in Mizpah’s honour. The service will be streamed on https://youtu.be/UBmYfbqGMQ0

She is preceded in death by her Parents: Leonard & Joanna Bethel; Siblings: Tellis Bethel, Lady Jacqueline Fawkes, Dr. Susan Wallace, Joan Albury, Eunice Rodgers-Sands, Leonard “Bud” Bethel, Leander, Margaret & Blake Bethel.

Left to cherish Mizpah’s memories are her Children: Dr. Deborah Bartlett, Dr. Frank G. Bartlett, and Wayne I. Bartlett; Grand Children: Janal Bartlett, Nathan, Nyesha and N’Diera Viechweg, Isiah, Sariah, Tahira, Saniah and Selene Bartlett, Dominique Rojas, Ryan and Azaria Bartlett; Great Grandchildren: Aaliyah and Tyler Thompson, Victoria, and Aryana Bartlett; Sister: Lois East; Sister-in-law: Mildred Bethel; Adopted Children: Lance Deveaux, Charmaine Mott and Kendal Johnson Reckley; Nieces and Nephews: Dr. Francis, Rosalie, Douglas and David Fawkes, Suzanne Jan Clarke, Marie Parham, Karen Armbrister, Shelly Moxey, Sydney Alexis Wallace, Gina Sealy, Kenneth and Ray Rodgers, Tellis and Bryant Bethel, Barbara Delaney, Lisa Brooks, Todd and Lynn Bethel, Dr. Michelle Picket, Dr. Lois Albury, Raymond East Jr., Gian East, Yvette, Rayvonne and Leander Bethel, Kim Beneby and Numerous other relatives and friends including: Jacqueline Bethel, Val MacInnes, Carolyn Bartlett, the entire Bartlett, Cansino and Hollman families; Patricia Graham, Sue Damianos, Constance Rolle, Gigi Butler, Sharon Campbell, Cleomie Sutherland, Dr. Susan Williams-Lockhart, Dr. Chandra and Walter Smith, Judy Blair, Jean and Danny Ferguson, Winnie and Ralph Brennen, Angela Achara, Dr. David and Pastor Angela Burrows and Family, Bahamas Faith Ministries International Family, Apostle Benjamin and Schevon Smith, Judith Gray, Roslyn Fox and Family, the Winton meadows community and The Target Drugs, CEO Network and Debbie’s Delight crew; Care Takers: Tamika Cornish and Dina Rock; Landscaper: Alexandre Frisnel and many others too numerous to mention.

May Her Soul Rest in Peace!

Social distancing will be strictly enforced.

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6 thoughts on “Mizpah Antonia J. Bartlett”

  1. Daphne L. Simmons

    Mom Bartlett was a true woman of God.

    She was a Prayer warrior with a special ministry. A confidante, a friend, a role model and a plain speaking leader. I will personally miss the spontaneous spirit filled prayers, conversations, powerful discernment and wisdom.

    Continued love and Prayers for Mom Bartlett’s entire family. May her soul RIP and RIG.

    God loves you and so do I. 🙏🏽💕🌹

  2. Rest In Peace, Aunt Mizpah, you and mummy were such close friends, I remember the daily phone calls. I loved reading your inspirational messages on Facebook, they were always timely! ❤️❤️💕💕🙏🙏

  3. RIP Mom Bartlett you were such a sweet and gentle person and an encourager. When I stop receiving your daily inspirational messages I knew something was wrong so I called your house, your caregiver answered the phone and said you were sleeping. My prayers for strength for your family no one can fill your shoes. May you rise in glory. I am a bit under the weather so I couldn’t attend your memorial but I will keep your family in my prayers. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot cure.

  4. I will miss you my sister and cousin. We grew up together from Nassau Street to a closer relationship as sisters in law. Our continued love and appreciation for each other will always be a part of my memories of you. You will always remain a smile in my heart.

  5. Mrs. Bartlett was a First Class lady. I like that she had no ‘airs’ about her. She did not ‘grade’ people, she was sweet and kind and polite to everyone. But most of all she was always very pleasant and always wore a smile. It was always a pleasure to pass through her bookstore in Oakesfield to get to City Market, because then you could chat with her a few minutes. She was a precious soul. To Debbie and the rest of the family I leave you with the comforting scripture.: “Precious in the sight of the Lord, is the death of his saints.” I pray Gods peace and comfort enfold you as you mourn this dear one.

  6. An excellent Kingdom Ambassador has been recalled. We thank God for her life and ministry. She really epitomized the word “faithful”. Take your rest Mizpah… I know you have everyone laughing now

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