Aloha
lick, Aloha Ann, a life-long resident of the South Bay, passed away on Friday, January 23, 2009 in Torrance. Born in Los Angeles, CA, Aloha was 82 when she died. Aloha was a church member, and also a member and past President of the Altar Chapter (formerly known as the Altar Guild) and twice chairwomen of the St. Francis Episcopal Church Antique Show in Palos Verdes Estates. Additionally, she was a former volunteer member with over 19, 000 hours of volunteer service, past President (1979-1981) and honorary life member of the Torrance Memorial Medical Center Auxiliary. Aloha was supported in her volunteer work by her deceased husband of 62 years Robert J. Flick, who was a retired civil and structural engineer and was instrumental in the construction of the Beverly Center, Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, the Disney Music Center in Los Angeles, the Hyatt Reunion Hotel in Dallas Texas, the restoration of the Beverly Hills Hotel, plus the building of numerous high-rise structures, hospitals and prisons. Aloha is survived by her son, Richard G. Flick of Torrance; son, Robert Michael Flick of Laguna Nigel, CA; 2 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dewey and Ethelyn Dwelley, and her husband of 62 years, Robert Flick. The Memorial Service will be held at St. Francis Episcopal Church of Palos Verdes Estates on Saturday January 31, 2009 at 11:00 A.M. Private inurnment will be scheduled for a later date at Angeles Rose Dale Cemetery in Los Angeles. In lieu of flowers, please make your donations made to Torrance Memorial Medical Center Auxiliary, 3330 Lomita Blvd., Torrance, Ca 90505; or St. Francis Episcopal Church at P.O. Box 772, Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274.

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  1. Mike, I read about the passing of your Mom in the paper today. She was a very gracious lady. I will always remember how kind she was to us unruly high school teenagers (you and me). Hope to see you at the Memorial Service. Bill Willett

  2. Rick and Mike So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you. Your Mom and your Dad too have been our great friends and neighbors for 50 years. We remember how we asked them if they would take Tor into their lives and now eagerly they said Yes. We were happy they would take the puppy and he had a wonderful home with all of you. We have shared many happy times with them at birthdays, weddings, holidays and neighborhood get-togethers. Our Reese Road Clan has been a great joy to all of us. They were wonderful parents to both of you. Remember the happy times with them and that will help you through this sad period. Love Jeanne and Joe Carrier

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