Gunner John Bartlett
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WHITINGHAM- Gunner John Bartlett died unexpectedly shortly after birth on March 27, at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center. Gunner was born at 7:32 pm, and gave his family a lifetime of love during his short time on earth.

Gunner is survived by proud parents Charles and Kayla Pronovost-Bartlett, of Whitingham; brother Deacon Cusack; grandparents Karen and John Pronovost, Dawn and the late Dan Rifenburg, and Allen and Sandra Bartlett; aunts and uncles Mariha, Skyler (James Mason), and Jayden Pronovost; Justin (Stephanie) Bartlett, Allen (Tabitha) Bartlett, Kayla Bartlett (Nick Therieau), Stephanie (Kevin) Border, Andrew (Erika) Massari, Kathleen Massari (Alan Boyd), Jessica Beam, Paul Beam, and Nancy Massari; and cousins Taygen, Brennan, Easton, Zack, Nick, Cheyenne, Carter, Emma, Casey, Lydia, Kelton, Kiana, and Mike.

A service is scheduled for Saturday, April 7, at 10 am at Our Lady of Fatima Church, 96 East Main Street in Wilmington. Refreshments will be provided after the service. Visitors are also welcome at the home of Charles and Kayla Bartlett, 5825 Route 100, Whitingham, if unable to attend the service.

“Twinkle, twinkle little star, up in heaven is where you are, flying high and twinkling bright, our guiding star, our shining light. Twinkle, twinkle little star, our perfect angel is what you are.”

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