Jean Elizabeth Bartley 1914 - 2005. With great sorrow and sadness, we announce the passing of our aunt, Jean Elizabeth Bartley, on Monday, November 14, 2005 at St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon, at the age of 91 years. Aunt Jean was predeceased by her parents, John and May Bartley; sister and brother, Naomi and Richard in infancy; her sister, Margaret Munroe; four brothers, Robert, Wesley, Archie and George; niece, Grace Johnson; and brothers-in-law, Archie Munroe and Emil Benson. She will be lovingly remembered by her sister, Doris Benson; her sisters-in-law, Gladys Bartley, Hazel Bartley and Trudy Bartley; nieces, Reta (Carl) Morris, Beverly (Roger) Golberg, Valerie Porter, Heather (Gene) Widmer and Judy Penrod; nephews, Malcolm (Joy) Munroe, Wayne (Ida) Bartley, Laird (Chris) Bartley, Terry (Peggy) Bartley, Kelvin (Brenda) Bartley, Bruce (Shirley) Benson, Neil (Rose) Benson, Randy (Lori) Bartley, Bernie (Debra) Bartley; nephew-in-law, Don Johnson; cousin, Bob (Billie) Bartley; also, many great and great-great nieces and nephews. Aunt Jean was born on August 1, 1914 in Margo, Saskatchewan. She attended Olivet Public School and Margo High School, where she received her Grade XI diploma in 1929. She later studied at home and obtained her Grade XII. She worked at various jobs until 1944 when she became employed as Telephone Operator and later as Secretary Treasurer for the East Margo Rural Telephone Co. until 1954. Aunt Jean later moved to Saskatoon, where she began a twenty-year career with Revenue Canada, retiring in 1979. During her years in Margo, Aunt Jean was an active member of the United Church Young People's League, the Junior and Senior Ladies Auxiliary and the Margo Homemakers Club. She enjoyed all sports and played on the Margo softball, hockey and broomball teams. She began curling in Margo when the curling rink was built and continued curling after moving to Saskatoon. After retiring, she joined the Mayfair Lawn Bowling Club where she made many friends whom she genuinely cared for. Despite being afflicted with poor eyesight and poor hearing in recent years, her intellectual capacity remained constant. Aunt Jean could always be counted on to "help you out " no matter what you needed. She will always be remembered for her giving nature and her unique, warm personality. More than anything, Aunt Jean loved her family and we, her family, loved her. At Aunt Jean's request, there will be no funeral service. Her ashes will be laid to rest in Margo, Saskatchewan at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to James Werezak of Park Funeral Chapel.