By Andi Bourne

Making Life a Little Easier for Those in Pain


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Terry Lucke is the sole owner of Fat Hippie in Seeley Lake. His son Alex Schlickbernd of Missoula works for him part time. Lucke's friend artist Kelly Loder of Missoula painted the sign.

SEELEY LAKE – When Terry Lucke's first patient asked him to be her provider he wasn't sure if he could provide marijuana to a 70-year-old woman. After she told him she had been smoking weed before he was born, he agreed. He has since watched countless patients lead more normal lives after using medical marijuana while they otherwise would live in pain.

"My primary focus is just helping people get through their lives and make life a little easier," said Lucke, sole owner of Fat Hippie A Friend Indeed in Seeley Lake. "If they hurt I don't think they should have to, if they have a list of de...

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