Terry D. Frick

Terry Frick of Rock Creek passed away Dec. 5, 2018, at Our Lady of Peace Hospice in St. Paul at the age of 74.

Terry Dean Frick was born Feb. 13, 1943, to Leon and Wylian (Dahlin) Frick in St. Paul.

Terry lived his life in a very solitary manner; he was most at home surrounded by nature. He was happy and much at peace to enjoy the birds and other animals that roamed by the rustic cabin in the Chengwatana forest he called home. Terry was a very talented man and had many interests: woodworking, painting, community group travels to cultural destinations, and on warm summer Friday evenings never missing “Art in the Park.”

Terry was one of a kind as was his artwork; he was the only one known to paint “Isospacion” paintings, some of which were displayed locally at Pine Center for the Arts and nationally in the Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. Terry spent his life appreciating the outdoors and all it had to offer; he leaves a legacy of tenderly caring for the earthly things that mattered the very most to him.

Terry is survived by his wife Patricia Frick; daughters: Julie (Steve) Domonkos of Vermillion, Jody (Rich) Spah of Las Vegas, Joy (Bob) Kranz; 15 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; brother Denny (Sharon) Frick of Circle Pines; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Terry is preceded in death by his parents Leon and Wylian Frick and his first wife Marlys.

Pastor Jay Ticknor officiated at memorial services for Terry Saturday, April 13, 2019, at Bethany Lutheran Church, Grantsburg, Wisconsin.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to:  Funeral and Cremation Service of Pine City, Swanson Chapel.

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