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Alvarado Flower Shops

Alvarado Florist

200 N Parkway Dr
Alvarado, TX 76009

Bloomers & Bling

207 E College St
Alvarado, TX 76009
(817) 783-3013

Alvarado TX News

May 25, 2017

A mother's legacy blooms in Far NE Heights

These were flowers of historical significance, Beckley explains, rescued from the gardens of the Alvarado Hotel, a magnificent Spanish Mission-style landmark built as a gracious respite for train travelers in 1902, then lost recklessly to urban renewal in 1970.Beckley sent me a short essay she had written, a Mother’s Day tribute to her mom and the peonies that survived long after the Alvarado gardens were reduced to gravel.Her father, Archie Garcia, a city land agent, had rescued the peonies before the bulldozers came.“Call it serendipitous or call it accidental, coincidental or call it just plain lucky, but whoever was digging up the beautiful peonies that grew in the gardens of the hotel asked my father if he’d like to take them home,” she wrote. “My memory tells me that my father helped dig them up and took them home to a very grateful and talented gardener.”Home for the Garcias and their four children – Beckley was the youngest – was a tiny bungalow at 11th and the aptly named Rosemont NW, where nearly every day one could find Beckley’s mother in a broad-brimmed hat tending her flowers.Angelina Garcia, pictured here in her youth.“She was always in the yard digging,” Beckley recalls. “Here’s a funny story. She grew these beautiful Oriental poppies, deep orange with black centers. So pretty. But then somewhere she read some poppies are grown to make opium and she became terrified that she was going to be arrested, so she tore them up.”AdvertisementContinue readingShe stuck to peonies.The years passed. The flowers bloomed, then browned, then faded away. In late autumn, her mother cut back the peonies to nearly nothing. In late spring, they burst forth from the soil as beautiful and bounteous as before.“It’s like they bloomed for her,” she says.Beckley and her siblings grew, too, leaving the home at 11th and Rosemont to raise families of their own. Beckley and her husband had four children and are now the proud grandparents of 11.In 1993, her mother passed away, five years after her father’s death. Angelina Garcia was 89.The house at 11th and Rosemont was sold, the garden plow...

Apr 7, 2017

Cooper junior Flowers 17th at state powerlifting meet, Snyder duo medals

That left her behind only Victoria Ortega of Rio Hondo (875) and Alvarado's Isabella Weatherby (885) in her class.Other Big Country qualifiers include Big Spring's Serenity Garcia (14th in the 123 class, 695), Brownwood's Victoria Sanchez (12th in the 132 class, 715), Big Spring's Carlie Roberts (6th in the 181 class, 895) and Stephenville's Nadine Arredondo (8th in the 259 class, 930).Snyder placed eighth as a team with eight points, 13 behind first-place Beeville Jones and second-place Crystal City. Rio Hondo and Anna were third and fourth, respectively, with 15 points apiece. (ReporterNews.com)

Feb 9, 2017

'I cannot believe he is gone': Funeral planned for Brampton crash victim

A funeral will be held Jan. 23 for Victor Alvarado, the 22-year-old Brampton man killed in a single-vehicle crash Saturday night. Flowers and teddy bears now adorn the Clark Boulevard traffic light pole Alvarado’s bright yellow Toyota Celica hit around 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. He was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead. A GoFundMe campaign has been set up by Chinita Alvarez, identifying herself as his cousin, to raise money for his parents to help pay for his funeral as friends and family mourn his death. “Nobody understands what this man meant to me,” she wrote. “To me he was a lil bit that I called lil Victor. He was so good to me and my son. I cannot believe he is gone. Pleaseeee be safe out there.” The funeral will be held at the Brampton Funeral Home, 10061 Chinguacousy Rd. Viewing is 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the service starts at 1 p.m. Meanwhile, Peel Regional Police Major Collision Bureau investigators are continuing to look for witnesses to the crash. Anyone with information can call them at 905-453... (Brampton Guardian)

Jan 19, 2017

“I cannot believe he is gone” Funeral planned for Brampton crash victim

A funeral will be held Jan. 23 for Victor Alvarado, the 22-year-old Brampton man killed in a single-vehicle crash Saturday night. Flowers and teddy bears now adorn the Clark Boulevard traffic light pole Alvarado's bright yellow Toyota Celica hit around 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. He was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead. A GoFundMe campaign has been set up by Chinita Alvarez, identifying herself as his cousin, to raise money for his parents to help pay for his funeral as friends and family mourn his death. "Nobody understands what this man meant to me," she wrote. "To me he was a lil bit that I called lil Victor. He was so good to me and my son. I cannot believe he is gone. Pleaseeee be safe out there." The funeral will be held at the Brampton Funeral Home, 10061 Chinguacousy Rd. Viewing is 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the service starts at 1 p.m. Meanwhile, Peel Regional Police Major Collision Bureau investigators are continuing to look for witnesses to the crash. Anyone with information can call them at 905-453-2121... (Hamilton Spectator)

Sep 28, 2016

Cops: Teen found dead in Brentwood was killed; 2nd body found

Kayla. On Wednesday, Nisa’s parents, Rob Mickens and Elizabeth Alvarado, visited a makeshift memorial on Stahley Street that had been decorated with flowers and balloons. Mickens said his daughter had gone to visit Kayla and texted him around 8 p.m. Tuesday asking to be picked up later. Mickens said he went to get his daughter, but she wasn’t there. He said he called her cellphone, but got no answer. He left a basketball at the memorial, recalling how his daughter loved the game and often wore a basketball jersey. Nisa was thinking of becoming a nurse or veterinarian, her father said. “Already she had her goals set,” he said. Alvarado said Nisa didn’t want much for her birthday — just three balloons, brought to her school. The mother said her daughter was “the best thing that ever happened to me. . . . There was nothing that she couldn’t do.” The bubbly teen loved snacking on Doritos and cinnamon buns and had conquered her fear of roller coasters during a recent trip to an amusement park, according to Stefanny Fernandez, a close friend. “She had a bright future — everything going for her,” said Fernandez, 24, of Central Islip. “With a heavy heart,” Brentwood schools Superintendent Levi McIntyre sent a letter to parents Wednesday informing them of the grim news. McIntyre urged parents to be aware of their children’s whereabouts at all times and said school counselors would be available “to provide emotional support to students and staff.” Outside the home of Kayla’s family, more than a dozen friends and neighbors gathered Wednesday night, some hugging, others crying. The girl’s older sister was taken away in an ambulance, apparently overcome with grief. “Everybody’s mourning,” one youth said. Kayla’s parents were too distraught to talk, friends said. Suffolk County Legis. Monica Martinez, who represents Brentwood, said she knew both girls when they were at East Middle School, where she had been an administrator. “They were good girls, always together, rambunctious,” Martinez said at the crime scene. “There are no words for how I feel in my heart. We have to come together as a community,” she said. A group of the girls’ friends gathered at one corner and said they learned of Nisa’s death when school officials announced it over the loudspeaker and asked students to bow their heads for a moment of silence. Later they learned through social media that another girl’s body had been found. One of Nisa’s 11th-grade friends said the teenager called her about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to ask her what she was doing. Nisa and friends had planned to go out to a restaurant Saturday to celebrate her Sweet 16, the friend said. With Bart Jones ... (Newsday)

Sep 28, 2016

Somervell County Jail log: June 6

Glen Rose for driving while intoxicated 2nd, and criminal mischief >=$750<$2,500. Released June 5. Taylor Michelle Barley, 18, of Alvarado for probation violation – theft of services >$100<$750. Released June 4. Angel Olivia Bird, 30, of Granbury, for driving while intoxicated, 3rd. Jason Kade Bonesteel, 27, of Glen Rose for possession of a controlled substance – cocaine, possession of a controlled substance – Hydrocodone, possession of marijuana < 2 oz. and possession of drug paraphernalia. Released June 3. Alysha Ann Browder, 25, of Granbury for DWI with child under 15 YOA. Released June 3. Stefanie Ferguson, 38, of Burleson for fraudulent use/possession of identifying information. Terry Joseph Flowers, 60, of Glen Rose for insufficient bond – DWI 3rd or more. Ramon Garcia, 43, of Fort Worth for driving with invalid license. Released June 5. Kevin Michael Gifford, 33, of Granbury for Driving while intoxicated 2nd. Released June 6. Brittany Nicole Grimm, 24, of Granbury for driving with invalid license. Released June 6. Jessica Ann Johnson, 28, of Granbury for assault causing bodily injury/family violence. Released June 1. Jacob Alexander Jones, 18, of Nemo for possession of marijuana Daniel Ryan Kirby, 18, of Granbury for criminal trespass. Released June 4. Becky Helen Mann, 44, of Granbury for criminal trespass. Mindy Lee Rowlett, 33, of Granbury for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance >=4G Jacob Shoemake, 17, of Glen Rose for possession of marijuana Logan James Smith, 17, of Glen Rose for possession of marijuana James South, 39, of Boyd for criminal nonsupport. Released May 31. Donna Thompson, 24, of Fort Worth for forgery of a financial instrument and speeding. Released June 1. Ruben Vargas-Gonzalez, 22, of Walnut Springs for assault of family/household member. Released June 2. Christine Ann Vasquez, 43, of Granbury for drivin... (The Glen Rose Reporter)