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Missy Flick

Service Date: February 11, 2019
Visitation Info: St. Timothy Church – Union, KY
Service Info: St. Timothy Church – Union, KY
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Milissa “Missy” Flick died surrounded by loved ones on January 23rd at the age of 62. Missy enjoyed crafting, such as sewing and decorating. She was always willing to help her family with numerous home renovations and design projects. She had a keen eye for color and décor. She liked listening to live music and loved to travel. Most of all, she loved her family, especially being a Grandma to Josh and Lucas. She will be remembered with love by those who survive her, beloved husband, Steve Flick; children, Ryan (Allison) Flick and Jessica Flick; mother, Winifred Bittlinger; grandsons, Josh and Lucas Flick; siblings Gretchen (John) Bloemer, Tina (Rob) Graessle, Emily (Chris) Freihofer and Eric (Cynthia) Bittlinger and numerous nieces and nephews. Missy is preceded in death by her father, Edward Bittlinger and twin sisters Francis and Teresa Bittlinger.

Missy selflessly donated her body to science.

Donations in Missy’s name can be made to St. Elizabeth Hospice 483 S. Loop Dr. Edgewood, KY 41017, St. Elizabeth Foundation Attn: Cancer Care 1 Medical Village Dr. Edgewood, KY 41017 or to a charity of your choice.

A Memorial Visitation will be held Monday, February 11, 2019 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at St Timothy Church in Union with a Memorial Mass to follow.

Monday
11
February
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

St. Timothy Church – Union, KY

10272 US 42
Union, KY 41091
Phone: (859) 384-1100
Monday
11
February
7:00 pm

St. Timothy Church – Union, KY

10272 US 42
Union, KY 41091
Phone: (859) 384-1100

Missy Flick

Address: ,
Thursday
1
January
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Missy Flick


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My sister…

My sister was an extremely talented decorator. She could turn any room into a showplace. She would sew the most amazing things. Curtains, pillows, bedspreads, were favorites. She could also sew clothing. She could make a prom dress as beautiful as any gown seen at the Oscars. I believe Missy’s talent laid in her keen eye for color. She could put a color pallet together that would leave you speechless in its beauty and simplicity.
This is a sad time for all of us. It may seem as if the world has lost some of its color and beauty. Today we see the world in shades of grey. I believe however that for many of us we go through our lives viewing the life we have been given in these very shades of grey. Our lives are busy, hectic, There are children to raise. They take a lot of our time and energy. Then there are our jobs. Even if you are fortunate to love your job, it too takes a lot of your time leaving little for yourself. Fortunately vacation time comes around but this too can be stressful-where to go, planning it, paying for it, hoping the weather is sunny at the beach. We are left just moving through life, seeing the world in shades of grey.
When Missy was in the hospital all her hair fell out overnight. What was left were a few strands that stuck straight up. Most people would be devastated, but not Missy. She commented, with a smile on her face and a sparkle in her eyes that she “looked like a Who.” And she did. But more than that she looked at her life at that moment as a Who would. She refused to see her life , even then, in shades of grey. She saw color in her life even at that moment with no hair and tubes coming out of everywhere.
Our lives are composed of seconds of time. Some of our strands are longer than others, but eventually the seconds will come to an end. I am asking you to honor Missy by not wasting even a second of your strand viewing your life in shades of grey, Take joy in everything you do. Appreciate everything you have. Love everyone you meet. Your life will be much more colorful.


Steve, Ryan, and Jessica

We are so sorry for your loss! Heaven gained a true angel. We will be praying for your peace and strength.
Ed and Terri Moore and family


Steve and family

A kind and gentle soul such as Missy is a treasure in our lives… I can only offer my deepest sympathy.
Blessings,

Drew Lanius


I will miss my friend (Missy)?

Steve, Ryan & Jessica

Once in while, amidst all your bad days, you’ll have a good day, a great day even. Make sure you remember those days. Keep them safely in the pockets of your coat or in a jar on your desk because you need to know that there are and will be better days. You need to remember how on those days you felt all warm inside, like you’ve just drunk a hot cup of tea. Like a small fire has ignited inside of you. Hold on to the warmth and never let it go.?

Regina & Bertie Belle


Steve, Ryan and Jessica

Our sympathy for the loss of such a wonderful person. We are very sorry for your loss and for all the pain and suffering Missy had to endure. As your pain and sorrow continue, we will be praying for all of you and especially for Missy as she makes her journey to be with our Lord in heaven for eternity.
Love and Prayers, Jeff and Diane Steffen