Marilyn Snyder Bartlett
||Marilyn was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on Oct. 19, 1928 to Mildred and Ivan Snyder.|
She is survived by husband, James D. Bartlett Sr.; her five children,
James D. Bartlett Jr. (Michele), Elizabeth B. Foland, Thomas M. Bartlett (Rosie), Matthew Clark Bartlett (Cindy), and Amy L. Cooper (Rick); nine grandchildren,
James D. Bartlett III, Elizabeth Wertz (Jared), Crosby Foland (Aliese), Matthew Clayton Bartlett; Melissa Bartlett; Caroline Bartlett; Steven Bartlett, Joseph
Gottlieb, Jennifer Gottlieb, and three great-grandchildren, Kaleb Foland, Isaiah Foland, and Joshua Foland. She was preceded in death by her grandson,
Jonathon Gottlieb and sister, Betty Lee Miller.
After graduating from Shortridge High School and Purdue University, she received her Master's Degree from Indiana University followed by becoming Professor
Emeritus at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Marilyn was a Fulbright Research Scholar and a world leader in the scientific community. Some of her
accomplishments include: Sagamore of the Wabash; National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards; Member National Institutes of Health-Planning
Panels; "Outstanding Contribution to Clinical Microbiology Award"; Foundation Lecturer American Society for Microbiology; President, South Central Association
for Clinical Microbiology; Medical Mycological Society of Americas, International Society for Human and Animal Mycoses, American Society for Tropical Medicine
and Hygiene, Immune Compromised Host Society, and Sigma Xi.
Marilyn's interests and contributions were extensive and involved the Indianapolis Museum of Art, St. Margaret's Hospital Guild, Eiteljorg Museum, the Children's
Museum, IUPUI University Library, Indianapolis Sailing Club, Antiquarian Society and Maxinkuckee Yacht Club in Culver.
Contributions may be made in Marilyn Bartlett's name to: The Indianapolis Children's Museum, Eiteljorg Museum, St. Margaret's Hospital Guild, or to a charity of
your choice .
Visitation will be on Saturday March 28, 2015 at the Leppert Mortuary, Smith Chapel, 900 N. Rangeline Road, Carmel, Indiana from 12:00 P.M. (Noon) until
2:30 p.m., with a service beginning at 2:30 p.m. You invited to send a condolence to the family at: www. leppertmortuary. com