Barbara Domenick, 1970~2018
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Barbara Domenick, 1970~2018
Barbara Domenick, 1970~2018
Barbara Jean Domenick, beloved mother, grandmother and friend to many, passed away too soon on Jan. 30, 2018. She went to be with the Lord, although her journey here on earth was short lived and very unexpected she impacted so many and will be deeply missed.

Barbara was born on Feb. 27, 1970 in Kansas to Deborah Paddock and Robert Paddock. She grew up in Mancos, Colo. She had her first child, Tiffiny Paddock, and soon after had Rachelle Nye. She continued her journey to Moab, where she met Brian Relitz and married in 1990. In 1996 she attended College of Eastern Utah in Price, and in July 1996 her first son, Christian Domenick, was born. In 2001 she brought another beautiful daughter to the world, Aurora Domenick. She cherished the time with her children and grandchildren Jaymmin and Taya Hester, and Kyler Merett.

She enjoyed to be outdoors working on her farm and garden. She absolutely loved fishing and being in the mountains.

She is survived by her three daughters and son, three grandchildren and many friends and loved ones. She was preceded in death by her mother and father.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 at the River of Life Church in Moab. Burial followed at the Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers the family is in need and would greatly appreciate any donations due to their unexpected loss.

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