May 23, 1979 – January 21, 2019
Sylvianne Bartlett, 39, of Manchester, died January 21, 2019 at Elliot Hospital after a brave battle with breast cancer. She was born in Quebec City, Canada on May 23, 1979 the daughter of Rene Page and Lucie (Matte) Warnock.
She attended Rivier University to study psychology.
Sylvie was artistic and loved painting and pottery. She was extremely athletic and played many sports growing up. She had a fun crazy spirit about her and always had people laughing. Sylvie loved the beach and spontaneous adventures. She loved fishing and being outdoors enjoying nature. Everyone who met Sylvie loved her. She took a trip to Florida in November with her family and Godmother as well as a trip to Maine last summer that she loved! In addition, a vacation rental with family in Rye New Hampshire.
Sylvie was one tough fighter and strong beyond imagination. She fought stage four breast cancer this past year and, although she had much pain and suffering, still handled herself with grace and beauty. Her daughter was everything to her and they had the most amazing relationship; everything she did was for her!
Members of her family include her daughter Jacquelyn Bartlett, sisters Isabelle Howe and husband Nate Howe, Annie Page, Joanna Page and her longtime boyfriend Pedro Sanabria Hincapié, as well as her nephew Corey Foss, nieces Olvia Howe, Jillian Howe and many relatives from Canada. She was predeceased by her stepfather Bill Warncok and her niece Veronica Howe.
A Celebration of her Life was held on Monday January 28 from 2 to 4pm at the McHugh Funeral Home, 283 Hanover St. corner of Beech St. in Manchester.
- Celebration of Life Monday, January 28, 2019
January 27, 2019
I want to let Rene, Lucie, Annie, Izzy, and Joanna know that Sylvie loved you more than it is possible for you to truly ever understand. She thought of nothing more than you in her life. She was a truly beautiful person and I should know as I spent a third of her life alongside her every day and night. I want to let you know that I also love all of you no matter what. There are so many memories I just don't know where to start. We met briefly at 15 years old, and then on and off we encountered each other until we fell in love years later. I love her so much I can't even explain I can't breathe or move. I have let go of all of my anger towards this disease that ruined my life and need you to please understand that. Please accept my sincere apology I love you.
January 26, 2019
Syl, I never got to meet you, but I have felt surrounded by the love of your family and friends since your diagnosis. God bless, and rest easy. You are so loved!