Michael Edwin Bartlett

November 20, 1954September 25, 2020

Michael Edwin Bartlett, age 65, went to set sail with Jesus on Friday, September 25, 2020. Mike was born on November 20, 1954, in Wellston, Ohio to the late Henry Edwin and Mary Ruth (Jenkins) Bartlett.

Mike attended Coshocton High School and then he joined the United States Navy, serving his country from May 19, 1972 to June 27, 1975. Mike worked from many years at the Longaberger Company before his retirement.

Mike was an active member of the community; he was very outgoing and never knew a stranger. He loved spending time with his family, who meant the world to him; he enjoyed being outdoors and was very proud of serving is country and was a strong believer in the United States Constitution.

He is survived by his three daughters, Rebecca Bartlett of Zanesville , Amanda Bartlett of Coshocton and Renee Bartlett of Coshocton; seven grandchildren, Kellie (Anthony) Shriber, Tanisha Means, Kasey Means, Terrell Means, Kobie Means, Tiffany Means, Tammy Savannah Bartlett, Raymond M. Myers and Travis O. Myers; he is also survived by a large loving family including several great-grandchildren; his sister, Pam DeWitt; his aunt, Annabelle Ward; cousins, Don Ward and Jimmy Bartlett and many others.

Along with his parents, Mike is preceded in death by his sister, Sharon Bartlett and brother, Joey Bartlett.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2020, at 1:00pm at the Gods Eternal Love Fellowship, 30657 Newcastle Road, St. Rt. 229, Walhonding, Ohio 43843 with Pastors Sharon and John Kirch officiating. The Knox County Honor Guard will be preforming military services following the Memorial Service. Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home is serving the family.

An online memorial can be viewed at


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, October 10, 2020


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Donna Pritchard

October 10, 2020

I've known Mike for a long time he always brightened my day to see him no matter where it was he would always stop and talk he was one of the kindest men I've ever known I sure will miss seeing him around and chatting with him...RIP MY FRIEND!💔😪

Don Ward

October 9, 2020

It was with great sorrow when I heard of Mike’s passing. He is now with the Lord.
I am very grateful that my cousin Mike got to spend a week with me in Florida last year. We reminisced with many memories from over the years it was a week of wonderful memories and times.
Your Cousin Colonel Don Ward

Leslie. Stolarski.

October 8, 2020

We. Rember. Mike. A very. nice. Man. Will. Miss. His. Smile. Prayers. To the fam' God. Bless. jenny an james

Karen Curry

October 8, 2020

Good man always friendly worked with him as coworker for many yrs had great time n he will always b missed RIP Mike never b forgotten karen n jim curry.

Edna Gardner

October 8, 2020

I have known Mike for years. I lived right across the street from him and Tammie. Our kids were friends and played together. He was a great guy. He treated my kids like his own. He will be missed. When I went to my nephews that lives next door to him and he was out side he would always talk to me. I will miss his kind soul and his funny jokes he will never be forgotten
RIH Mike.

Mary Crabbin

October 8, 2020

I've known Mike most of my life. He was like an Uncle to me and always made me laugh. When Lisa and I were thick as thieves Mike always called us Pete and Repeat lol. I remember being at his house years ago and he ordered pizza for all of us, when the delivery driver came Mike asked him if he took food stamps 😂😂 I still laugh every time I think about it lol. So many good memories 💖💖 I love you Mike and you will truly be missed 😢😢💙💙

betty howell

October 7, 2020

Mike would always come to KFC and order Buffet and joke around with us girls and he was a kind and loving and joking person he was a great guy . Rip Mike you will be greatly missed by friends and family.

Larry Wiggins

October 7, 2020

Mike been a good friend of mine I new Mike for years he is will be sadly missed and he was and still a good friend I always go passed his house when he was seting in his front yard always had a smile ..every time I see him I talk to him . . ... .. Larry


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