Lucy A. Pedersen, 1964~2018
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Lucy A. Pedersen, 1964~2018
Lucy A. Pedersen, 1964~2018
Lucy grew up on an island in the Columbia River, romping the beach with her siblings and pony, fed on Dad’s catch of the day. She lived many years in Hailey, Idaho before settling in Moab 26 years ago. Lucy’s artist’s soul brought an effortless brilliance to her every passion—jewelry/ beekeeping/salve-making. Her gardens were always fabulous, her cooking second to none, and her transformation of discards into sculpture simply jaw-dropping. She was Dog’s best friend, and her touch remains in the photos on your calendar and the thrift stores where you shop. Lucy passed in Boise surrounded by family. A memorial was held there in July. She is survived by her mother Carol, sisters Leah and Kari, and brother Nyal.

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