Dottie Yeadon Obituary, Death – Dottie Bartlett Yeadon, a well-loved former Burlington bus driver, passed away at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in the early morning hours of Monday, December 5 with her four children at her side. She had been a patient there for many years. In a touching post on Facebook, Dottie’s granddaughter Kylee Marie shared the news that her grandmother had passed away. Our dearly loved Dottie Bartlett Yeadon has passed away, and it is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the news with all of you. Her loss came as a complete surprise, despite the fact that she had been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in 2018.

A recent fall resulted in a serious brain bleed, which led to her passing. She never gave up hope, despite the fact that the rigorous cancer treatments she underwent for four years caused her a significant lot of bodily and mental suffering. She died away quietly at 1:30 in the morning in the Lahey Clinic, with her four children by her side. She has at long last found relief from all of the agony and suffering she has endured. According to the post that was made on Facebook, “services will be arranged and uploaded over the following couple of days.” “From the bottom of our hearts, we cannot express how grateful we are to everyone who loved and cared for her, prayed for her, and checked on her.

You guys are a significant part of the reason why she continued to fight right up until the very end. On Facebook, the Burlington Athletic Boosters also shared their condolences with the community following Dottie’s passing. “It is with heavy emotions that we say goodbye to our much adored “Bus 7″ Dottie Yeadon,” said the Yeadon family. Because of her kindness, compassion, and genuine concern for others, Dottie has impacted the lives of a great number of children and families.

Because of the absolute and complete commitment that she has shown toward our student athletes since 2010, Dottie has been recognized for her efforts by being inducted into the BHS Sports Hall of Fame. We are grateful to you, Dottie, for the significant contributions you have made to the lives of so many others. You will live on in our hearts always.