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Florists in Adel, IA

Find local Adel, Iowa florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Adel 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.

Adel Flower Shops

Adel Flowers & Gifts

611 Nile Kinnick Dr S
Adel, IA 50003
(515) 993-4884

Aubrey's Inspiration

815 Main Street
Adel, IA 50003
(515) 993-5057

Adel IA News

Nov 9, 2019

Letters to the Editor: Colonial Lake's plants are in flower - Charleston Post Courier

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Nov 9, 2019

Floral Inspirations to hand out flowers in Lewes Oct. 23 - CapeGazette.com

Floral Communicator International. He is a respected instructor at the prestigious New York Botanical Garden. He has participated in the renowned Philadelphia Flower Show and as an exhibit chairman for AIFD. For the past several years, Norman has been a winning contestant and demonstrator at the flower show’s Designer’s Studio. His work has been published in several bridal magazines and the blog Style Me Pretty. Norman has won best ceremony and best reception categories in Florists’ Review Picture Perfect Wedding contest.

Nov 9, 2019

Obituary: Leonard Mathew Saari, 81, Of Riverside - Greenwich, CT Patch

Greenwich Choral Society concerts at Christ Church, Oxford; Winchester Cathedral; Westminster Abbey; the Cathedral at Chartres; the Madeleine, and Notre Dame.In Boca Grande he enjoyed singing with the Barbershop Chorus, Bocapella, the Boca Grande Chorale, and the St. Andrew's Church Choir, and he performed in many musical show productions, including Godspell, Mame, and Guys and Dolls, during eighteen years of warm winter months.The entire family has wonderful memories of skiing trips to Europe, Canada and throughout the United States when the children were younger. In later years Yanna and Len played golf at Greenwich Country Club and Lemon Bay Golf Club, with vacations at many world famous golf courses, among which are Pebble Beach, Sea Island, Pinehurst and St. Andrew's.Len is survived by his wife, Yanna, his daughter Allison Saari Byrne and her husband, Josh, his sister, Shirley Doak, and several nephews and nieces. He was predeceased in 2012 by his daughter Karina.A memorial service is planned for Saturday, November 16, at 11:00 AM at the First Congregational Church of Greenwich, 106 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich, CT. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to the First Congregational Church of Greenwich or to the charity of your choice.

Oct 10, 2019

The 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show channels the French Riviera, honors Grace Kelly - The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Flower Show is a great institution here in Philadelphia, and Albert has always loved being a Philadelphian at heart,” said John B. Kelly III, who currently oversees the Grace Kelly Home in East Falls, which Prince Albert II of Monaco purchased in 2016. “When we heard the announcement of the Riviera theme, we thought it was a great opportunity to get together with PHS, since they do great work in the environmental area, Albert’s real passion.” ...

Oct 10, 2019

Dorothy M. Veselsky, 88, Former Longtime Englewood Resident Dies - Englewood, NJ Patch

She spent her post-retirement years as a school nurse at Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell. Beloved wife to the late Rudolph "Rudy" Veselsky. Devoted mother to Linda Breen and her husband John; Randy Veselsky and Anne Veselsky; Ronald Veselsky and his wife Marlene; Susan Kneller and her husband Sheldon. Loving grandmother and great-grandmother to Julie McGreevy and her husband Stephen, and their children Emily and Lucy; Sarah Hill and her husband Russell; Rashida Isigi; Tara Muhonja Veselsky and her husband Lisandro, and Tara's children Lilianna, Jacob, and Alexander; Brielle Zahn and her husband Robert, and their children Nikolaj, Lunete, and Beatrix; Dale Veselsky; Ryan Veselsky; and Michael. Adored sister to the late John Peters and his wife Phyllis. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to the Holy Name Healthcare Foundation, 718 Teaneck Road, Teaneck nj 07666. Email: daniel.hubbard@patch.com ...

Oct 10, 2019

Christine Flowers: Remembering loved ones lost during suicide awareness month - Times Record

He went to the basement of their home in West Philadelphia, found his daughter’s jump rope, and hanged himself. My grandmother Mamie was the one who found him, and felt guilty for the rest of her life, since she was the one who’d thrown her sister’s rope down the basement steps while cleaning. No one knows why he did it. He was a man in his middle years with a loving wife and beautiful children, a respectable job, and the immigrant’s pride. The impact of the suicide had a ripple effect on later generations, from my grandmother to her daughter Lucy and to me, the great-granddaughter who looks at his photo and shakes her head in sorrow. Suicide does that. It brings sorrow and raises questions that linger. It begs for answers that rarely come, and solutions that are only hoped for, not probable. While it might seem that the numbers of suicides has increased in the last few decades, that might just be a function of people being more open. I can promise you that my great-grandfather’s obituary did not include his cause of death. Now, however, families are talking about their loved one’s painful choices, and it is not unusual to see an obituary with the sentence, “She took her own life.” Some think it’s good to be candid about the manner of death, so that we bring suicide out of the shadows and treat it like a psychological ailment no different from the diseases of the body. They think it helps erase the shame that people of my great-grandfather’s generation suffered. I’m not so sure, but I respect the choices and the grief of others. When my brother Jonathan ended his own young life, we did not include the manner of death in his obituary. Th...