Lisa Flick

lisa flick

December 3, 1962 ~ May 16, 2022

Lisa Marie Flick, 59, of Edgewater, NJ, passed away peacefully on May 16th in her home.

Funeral service will be held at the Frank Patti funeral home at 327 Main St. in Fort Lee, NJ on Sunday, May 22nd at 12:00 with Pastor Brian Ladiny officiating. Doors open at 11:00.

Lisa was born in New York, NY to parents Marvin and Alma Flick on December 3, 1962. She went to high school at Cliffside Park High School and graduated in 1980. She went on to earn her RN from Saint Vincent's in 1982 and her BSN from Saint Peters College in 2011. She worked as nurse, nurse manager, and administrator at Manhattan Eye, Ear, & Throat Hospital for 31 years. She enjoyed travel, photography, and spending time with family.

Lisa is survived by her husband, Robert Breithaupt, of Edgewater, NJ, her mother, Alma Flick and sister Ann Rivera, of West Palm Beach, FL,, her nephew, Steven Melendez, of Leesburg, Fl, her niece, Sara Melendez of Hawley, PA, and her grand-niece and nephew, Angelina and Matthew Munoz, also of Hawley, PA. She is preceded in death by her beloved father, Marvin Flick.


Memorial Service: May 22, 2022 12:00 pm

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Visiting: May 22, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024

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  1. My deepest condolences to Lisa’s family. Lisa hired me at MEETH in 2017, my first job in NYC. She was genuinely concerned for the well being of her staff. Always willing to help, always cheerful, and for the first few weeks she always asked me everyday “everything okay?” She was so knowledgeable and generous with her wisdom. She will be dearly missed ♥️ Rest In Peace Lisa. Felicia

  2. We are heartbroken to have lost our dear Lisa to her battle with colon cancer. She will be deeply missed, never forgot, and forever loved.

    Linda Kirsch & Jim Breithaupt

  3. Spiritual Epiphany

    I believe we all have had a similar experience with someone one way or another in our lives.

    As a young man not knowing what direction I would take, and being a caregiver, I always loved healthcare. At that time, my childhood best friend was in home hospice, terminally ill. The visiting nurse was so informative and kind. I bonded with her, and later she became a mentor to me, inspiring me to work toward a nursing career. She helped launch me into an effort to go back to school, and eventually I landed in surgery services. As it turned out, she was Lisa’s mom Alma. Later Lisa became my professional and personal treasured friend.

    The importance of this journey is the love we share with each other, as it nourishes the essence of our existence.

    Hail to the traveler as she soars unto the Summerland.
    Emotional generosity to the MEETH family
    Brightest Blessings,
    Alexander De La Rue

  4. For many years Lisa and I worked together in the operating room at Manhattan, Eye, and Throat Hospital. Although I haven’t seen her in many years, I have fond memories of her as a true professional and great friend. I am extremely heartbroken and saddened; however, I will always treasure her friendship and beautiful smile.
    My sincere condolences to the Flick family-Lisa will indeed be missed.

    Diana Dixon

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