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Funeral Service

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Flowers

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Roses

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Florists in Fort Stewart, GA

Find local Fort Stewart, Georgia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Fort Stewart and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Fort Stewart Flower Shops

Stewart Flower Shop

Post Exchange Office
Fort Stewart, GA 31313
(912) 876-0598

Fort Stewart GA News

Jan 8, 2016

Virginia Darrell Dutton Creekmore, teacher and librarian who oversaw 23 moves ...

Lee Creekmore of Shallotte. Darrell was “Granny” to lieutenants Joseph P. Creekmore, III, of Huntsville, Alabama and Michael Dutton Creekmore of Fort Stewart, Georgia and Madeline Christine Creekmore Yerby of Madison, Alabama.  Darrell had two great-grandsons, Joseph P. Creekmore, IV and Finn Yerby and was eagerly anticipating the arrival of two great-granddaughters in the spring of 2016. Not a simple camp follower, Darrell oversaw 23 moves during her marriage and orchestrated the establishment of new homes at each location as her husband followed the flag. Her travels from Whiteville started at the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina (now UNC-Greensboro), to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, to Harford County Community College in Maryland, to Towson State University in Maryland, and Jacksonville State University in Alabama. Along the way she earned a bachelor degree, two master’s degrees, taught public school in three states and in Japan, served as a medical librarian in Heidelberg, Germany, worked at the Social Security Administration in Washington D.C., and taught English-as-a second-language to U.S. Army trainees, including how to assemble and disassemble U.S. Army rifles and the elements of drill. Never content to just work for wages and keep house, Darrell was active in Officers Wives Clubs at each post, camp and station where she lived. When she settled in Greensboro for 20 years, she expanded her understanding and knowledge of Ikebana flower arranging which she first experienced while living in Okinawa and was an active member of the Anniversary Garden Club. Also, while living in Greensboro Darrell developed a passion for calligraphy. She was active in the Piedmont Society of Scribes and the North Carolina Lettering Arts Association. When she moved to Brunswick County, she followe... (Port City Daily)

Jan 8, 2016

Virginia Darrell Dutton Creekmore, teacher and librarian who oversaw 23 moves ...

Lee Creekmore of Shallotte. Darrell was “Granny” to lieutenants Joseph P. Creekmore, III, of Huntsville, Alabama and Michael Dutton Creekmore of Fort Stewart, Georgia and Madeline Christine Creekmore Yerby of Madison, Alabama.  Darrell had two great-grandsons, Joseph P. Creekmore, IV and Finn Yerby and was eagerly anticipating the arrival of two great-granddaughters in the spring of 2016. Not a simple camp follower, Darrell oversaw 23 moves during her marriage and orchestrated the establishment of new homes at each location as her husband followed the flag. Her travels from Whiteville started at the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina (now UNC-Greensboro), to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, to Harford County Community College in Maryland, to Towson State University in Maryland, and Jacksonville State University in Alabama. Along the way she earned a bachelor degree, two master’s degrees, taught public school in three states and in Japan, served as a medical librarian in Heidelberg, Germany, worked at the Social Security Administration in Washington D.C., and taught English-as-a second-language to U.S. Army trainees, including how to assemble and disassemble U.S. Army rifles and the elements of drill. Never content to just work for wages and keep house, Darrell was active in Officers Wives Clubs at each post, camp and station where she lived. When she settled in Greensboro for 20 years, she expanded her understanding and knowledge of Ikebana flower arranging which she first experienced while living in Okinawa and was an active member of the Anniversary Garden Club. Also, while living in Greensboro Darrell developed a passion for calligraphy. She was active in the Piedmont Society of Scribes and the North Carolina Lettering Arts Association. When she moved to Brunswick County, she followe... (Port City Daily)