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J.P. Diederich Sons, Inc.

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Business name:
J.P. Diederich Sons, Inc.
Address:
38599 Center Ridge Rd
City:
North Ridgeville
State:
Ohio
Zip Code:
44039
Phone number:
(440) 327-6010
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Flowers and Gifts News

Nov 9, 2016

Memorial tree planted for trooper killed in line of duty

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — In the third chapter of the Book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon writes about how there is a time for everything: a time to be born and die, a time to plant and uproot. Velez Enlarge It’s a passage that reminds readers of both the permanence and impermanence of existence. Amherst Girl Scout Troop 50410 held a small ceremony at the Ohio Highway Patrol’s Elyria post Monday that reflected on this duality through the planting of a magnolia tree in honor of Trooper Kenneth Velez. Velez died on Interstate 90 in September after police said he was hit by a car driven by Joshua Gaspar of Columbia Station. Gaspar has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide. From left, Morgan Bosworth, Rachel Kurucz, Michaela Gayheart and Dakoda Perkins, members of Amherst Girl Scout Troop 50410, plant a tree Monday in memory of Trooper Kenneth Velez at the Ohio Highway Patrol’s Elyria post. STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE Enlarge The four girls present for the planting ceremony spoke about how ... (Chronicle Telegram)

May 3, 2016

South sweeps Classic all-star games

Seth Dawkins of Franklin Heights made a grand opening statement and North Ridgeville’s Damario McCall, a fleet Ohio State University recruit, was up to that challenge during Saturday’s big-schools Ohio North-South All-Star Classic high school football doubleheader at Welcome Stadium. Dawkins returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown to electrify an otherwise rained-on but appreciative crowd to start a 49-26 South win. Incredibly, McCall did the same on the ensuing kickoff for the North, blasting 99 untouched yards down the sideline just like Dawkins. “It was like they got a lucky one off so I felt I had to return one for the team,” said McCall, a short but powerful and elusive runner who should contend at H-back for the Buckeyes next fall. “I had the adrenalin rushing so the moment I seen the ball in the air all I was thinking about was catching it. Once I got it in my hands I knew I had the touchdown when I had the outside dude one-on-one.” That was a preview of more quick-strike, first-quarter offensive fireworks that also included an 80-... (Dayton Daily News)

Feb 2, 2016

A warm goodbye for Berghaus Flowers after 126 years (photos)

His day job, the one that fuels the foundation, is as president and co-founder of North Ridgeville-based Kellex Seating, which provides furniture for resorts, hotels and managed-care facilities worldwide. It has manufacturing facilities in North Carolina and Mississippi, employing hundreds. What makes Fawcett think he can grow food the way he has grown a significant business? "When I was 10, we moved out onto a non-productive farm," he said. "My dad was banker by day and gardener by night. All my life, I've just loved getting my hands in the dirt." His new property also has him digging deeply into Cleveland history. The Berghaus story here began with five family members -– three brothers, a sister and their mother -- who left Friedrichstadt in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein in the early 1880s. By 1889, the brothers were florists on Cleveland's West Side. They moved to the current site at 3257 West 41st St. in 1902, and built a small store and greenhouses. All of that was razed around 1915, except for one soaring chimney that remains, and five new greenhouses and a brick storefront became the core of the business. Today, two of glass houses remain, with the other three re-purposed for storage and work space. The elegant house is unoccupied, and the only residents are cats in the greenhouses –- Oscar, a gray and white male, and Midnight, a jet black female and several of her offspring. Fawcett says that the cats will remain long after the last Berghaus has gone. Kim Berghaus described the final Saturday afternoon as both festive and wistful. "There was a constant in and out, with family, friends, neighbors and people who used to work here coming and going," he said. One neighbor, a woman who lives across the street, had threatened to come over and picket, "because you can't leave,'' Norm Berghaus quoted her as saying. Plain Dealer photographer Lisa DeJong contributed to this story. (cleveland.com)

Dec 30, 2015

Divisions I and II AP All-Ohio teams

Kicker: Cory Barnett (Teays Valley) 6-1, 175, sr.; Rickey Castrigano (Olmsted Falls) 5-9, 155, jr. Second team defense — Linemen: Tyler Sycz (North Ridgeville) 6-1, 215, so.; Arman Samouk (Copley) 6-0, 270, sr.; Antonio Shelton (Westerville North) 6-3, 275, sr. Linebackers: Jordan Scott (Marion Harding) 6-3, 230, sr.; Bubba Arslanian (Aurora) 5-11, 190, jr.; Nic Martin (Vandalia-Butler) 6-2, 230, sr.; Mario Graziani (Boardman) 5-9, 170, sr.; Todd Hastings (Amherst-Steele) 6-2, 220, sr.; Jared Dorsa (Kings Mills Kings) 6-2, 225, sr. Backs: Nick Law (Madison) 5-11, 180,... (ThisWeekNews)

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