Obituary: Barbara Lee Flick

Barbara Lee Flick — beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother — made her final journey, to Heaven, on Jan. 23.

Barbara Lee Flick — beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother — made her final journey, to Heaven, on Jan. 23.

Barbara Lee Flick — beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother — made her final journey, to Heaven, on Jan. 23. She was where she wanted to be, at home, surrounded by family.

Barbara was born in Tempe on May 29, 1945, to Arthur and Virginia Welker. She is preceded in death by her parents.

Barbara married Wynn Speck in February of 1965. Together they were blessed with two girls, Tina Jo Hallett and Tanya Dee Thorson. Wynn and Barbara later divorced, and Barbara met Burton Flick (Burt).

Burt and Barbara married in October of 1985. Together, they were blessed with two children, Rebecca Lee Flick and Richard Wade Flick.

Barbara found a love for camping when she, Burt, Rebecca and Richard started visiting their favorite camping spot in Breezy Pines.

Barbara was a unique and gracious woman who blessed many lives. Her greatest joy was her family. She always opened her home and her heart to anyone in need and would go out of her way to help. In addition to her own four children, she whole-heartedly welcomed her adopted son, Adem, into the family.

Barbara is survived by Burt Flick (Prescott Valley, Arizona); children: Tina/Jeff Hallett (Chino Valley, Arizona), Tanya Thorson (Pocatello, Idaho), Rebecca Flick (Pocatello, Idaho), Richard/Sara Flick (Prescott Valley, Arizona), Adem/Jessica Canchola (Prescott Valley, Arizona); grandchildren: Amber/Bryant Pistone (Chino Valley, Arizona), Tanner/Jacquelyn Thorson (Pocatello, Idaho), Cassy Allen/Aaron Kubaska (Chino Valley, Arizona), Tyler Thorson (Pocatello, Idaho), Emma Hassinger (Pocatello, Idaho), Samantha Flick (Pocatello, Idaho), Olivia Canchola (Prescott Valley, Arizona), Remmington Flick (Prescott Valley, Arizona); great-grandchildren: Hunter Pistone (Chino Valley, Arizona), Kayleigh Thorson (Pocatello, Idaho), Kynzlee Thorson (Pocatello, Idaho) and Bowen Kubaska (Chino Valley, Arizona).

A memorial service was held in her honor, Saturday, Jan. 27, at Rocky Mountain Ministries, 945 Hyde, Pocatello, Idaho. Memories and condolences may be shared with her family online at wilksfuneralhome.com.

Information provided by survivors.