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Updated: 01/18/2014 08:00:01AM

Lois Bartlett Tracy: Remembering Boca Grande

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY DIANA HARRIS

The Bartlett family in 1916. From left in back row; Nellie Allen, James Elwood, Baby Leah (Lasbury), Lois. Front row, from left; Allen, Ruth and James. Baby Leah would in later years start Lasbury Realtors which is still in business and still owned by the Tracy/Lasbury family.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY DIANA HARRIS

The Bartlett family in 1916. From left in back row; Nellie Allen, James Elwood, Baby Leah (Lasbury), Lois. Front row, from left; Allen, Ruth and James. Baby Leah would in later years start Lasbury Realtors which is still in business and still owned by the Tracy/Lasbury family.

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Lois Bartlett Tracy was a local resident and nationally known artist. She lived to be 106. She is fondly remembered and missed by many in Englewood.

“A long time ago, my folks lived up in Michigan. Mother had gotten bronchitis, so we were looking for a place to come to in Florida because of the mild winters.

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