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Order flowers and gifts from Plummer's Flowers & Gifts located in Morrilton AR for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 101 E Church St, Morrilton Arkansas 72110 Zip. The phone number is (501) 354-2646. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Plummer's Flowers & Gifts in Morrilton AR. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Plummer's Flowers & Gifts delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Plummer's Flowers & Gifts
Address:
101 E Church St
City:
Morrilton
State:
Arkansas
Zip Code:
72110
Phone number:
(501) 354-2646
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Find Plummer's Flowers & Gifts directions to 101 E Church St in Morrilton, AR (Zip 72110) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 35.15126, -92.745247 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Nov 9, 2016

Conway Master Gardener receives local, state honors

Steve Stansel, while in Valdosta. He is retired from the U.S. Border Patrol and is now a corporate pilot for Koontz Electric Co. in Morrilton. The Stansels were married in 1978 and have one son, Jon-Stephen, 35. Jon-Stephen and his wife, Annie, are expecting a baby boy soon. They live in San Marcos, Texas, where he is the social-media coordinator at Texas State University. Debra Stansel grows a wide variety of plants and flowers in her backyard. When asked what her favorite flower is, she said, “I love all flowers, but maybe because we’re expecting our first grandchild, I’ll have to say the daffodil — the Sir Winston Churchill Daffodil. “Jon-Stephen and Annie are naming their son Winston, after Winston Churchill,” she said, smiling. “I have 193 different varieties of daffodils out there,” she said, pointing to her backyard. “I was recently going through a magazine and discovered the Sir Winston Churchill Daffodil. I’ve ordered 150 of those daffodils and will share some with Annie and Jon-Stephen.” Debra Stansel is also a beekeeper and is a charter member of the Lady Beekeepers of Arkansas. She does not maintain her beehives in her backyard, however, because the family now has a dog, a beagle named Luna. “Luna rules over the house and the yard,” Stansel said, laughing. “She helps me in the garden — she digs two holes, and I dig one. “Our yard has to be dog friendly. I don’t use any pesticides, nor do I plant anything that might harm the dog. I used to have the honeybees out there, but we moved them after we got Luna, who is really Jon-Stephen’s dog, but he couldn’t keep her when he moved to Texas, so we have her now. She goes with us to visit them every four or five weeks.” Stansel also enjoys making pottery and incorporates some of her creations into her flower gardens. She works on her ceramics at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. “I have a sensory garden,” she told visitors as they walked through her backyard. “I plant things like rosemary, lemon and thyme for fragrance. For texture, I have lamb’s ear. For sight, I have big elephant ears and the little ceramic gnomes that I have made. “I also have an azalea garden. They are all one color — fuchsia. I did that to honor Valdosta, [Georgia], which is called The Azalea City.” ... (Arkansas Online)

Apr 22, 2016

MARY J. RICHARDSON

In 1950, she married Joseph Burnam Hurley and became an Arkansan, living in Camden and Morrilton, before moving to El Dorado in 1957, where she and Joe established the Hurley Printing and Stationery Co. Gray was active in El Dorado community life serving in the Junior League and Parent Teacher Association. A lover of music, she was an avid supporter of the South Arkansas Arts Center, the South Arkansas Symphony, and the Little Theatre. She was a deeply committed Christian, baptized and professing her faith in Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior in the First Presbyterian Church of Tiffin. Gray was active for over 50 years in the First Presbyterian Church of El Dorado where she served as a deacon, elder, circle chairperson, played piano for Sunday School, and happily rang bells in the handbell choir. Gifted with a beautiful voice, to stand next her while she sang a hymn was itself a worshipful inspiration. She sang occasionally for major works performances such as Handel’s Messiah in combined church and community choirs. She continued as a member of her El Dorado church until the time of her death. Her very last activity in El Dorado, the evening before moving to Birmingham in 2009, was to drive herself to First Presbyterian Church for the worship committee meeting of which she was a fixture! In Birmingham, she became an affiliate member of South Highland Presbyterian Church where her son serves as senior pastor. Gray was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Edward Payson Gray, who was among the first casualties at the Guadalcanal Battle during the Second World War; her Aunt Clara Heilman, who raised her following her parents’ and brother’s deaths;her Aunt Mildred Heilman Crump, her four Gray uncles, William Daniel, Marvin Lewis, Hume Ralph, Paul Garnett; her daughter, Alice Gans Hurley Averill; her beloved husband; B. David Richardson; and stepson, Chris Richardson. Gray is survived by her son, the Rev. Dr. Edwin Gray Hurley and her incredible daughter-in-law, Gayle Dunn Hurley; grandchildren, Stuart Winfield Hurley, Peter Gray Hurley, Catherine Elizabeth Hurley Mize (Hunter), Dalvin Samuel Averill Jr.; stepdaughters, Caroline Richardson Hammond, Dana Richardson Ibbotson, and Becky Richardson Burton; and five step-grandchildren, Haley and Brittain Ibbotson, Tanner and Ethan Hammond, and Brent Ponder. Losing her immediate family by the age of 13... (El Dorado News-Times)

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