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Bessemer Flower Shops
2301 9Th Ave N
Bessemer, AL 35020
1604 4Th Ave N
Bessemer, AL 35020
1715 7Th Ave N
Bessemer, AL 35020
Bessemer AL News
Apr 22, 2016
Palm Beachers remember 'special man' Ogden Mills “Dinny” Phipps
Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass., and Yale University. Between 1976 and 1994, Mr. Phipps served as chairman of the board of Bessemer Trust, the private bank and investment advisor established by the Phipps family in 1907. He also was chairman of Bessemer Securities Corp. from 1982 until 1994. He continued to serve on the two Bessemer boards until he retired in 2015.
Palm Beacher Earle Mack, former U.S. ambassador to Finland, met Mr. Phipps when Phipps was a senior at Yale and he was a second lieutenant at Fort Dix. Mack said they remained friends for 52 years. As young adults, Mack said they were both civic-minded, loved horses and were bachelors in New York.
“Dinny and I went out on many double dates together,” said Mack, a member of The Jockey Club and the New York Racing Association board of directors and former chairman of the New York State Racing Commission. “We had lots of fun, and some mischievous fun. He and I went through life as good friends. When I think of Dinny, I think of unrelenting friendship, through every period of our lives.”
Mack described Mr. Phipps as a passionate person who fought for what he believed in.
“He walked softly but he had a very big presence,” Mack said. “He was a person of the highest integrity, and that’s why he was my hero. In this crazy world, it’s so easy to get sidetracked. Dinny never strayed. His humility never wavered. He had such admirable strength of character, and everyone respected him for that.”
Mack also described Mr. Phipps as a generous family man who would do anything for the ones he loved.
“I think he’ll be remembered as a great role mode as a parent, and in thoroughbred racing industry,” Mack said. “He was a special man.”
Mr. Phipps is survived by his wife of 46 years, Andrea; children Kayce, Kelley, Lilly, Daisy, Samantha, and Ogden; and 24 grandchildren. He was predeceased in 2007 by his sister, Cynthia Phipps.
Funeral arrangements are pending. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation or a href="http://www.tjcfound... (Palm Beach Daily News)Feb 2, 2016
Gaston County property sales Dec. 28-31
Dobson, property at 5112 Sawbill Lane, Gastonia, $128,000
Kenneth and Dana Flowers to Robert and Elizabeth Barrett, propety at 103 E. Lee Ave., Bessemer City, NC 28016, $60,000
Michael Casey and Kimberly Godwin to Malia Swift, property at 5314 Park Place Drive, Dallas, $99,000
AVH Carolinas to Jeffrey and Cheryl Tremaine, property at 705 Ardent Trail, Belmont, $335,500
Weekley Homes to Anna Reid, property at 2216 Lexington St., Belmont, $377,500
Thomas and Shirley Causby to Kimberly Padgett, property at 1064 Belmont Village Drive, Belmont, $290,000
Homestead Construction to Douglas Whitfield, property at 401 King John Circle, Gastonia, $125,000
Mountain Island Village to Diane Allen, property at 105 S. Island Village Drive, Mount Holly, $95,000
LGI Homes to Andrei Heyde, property at 1133 Aprilia Lane, Dallas, $184,000
James and Anna Summerlin to Stephen Wright, property at 124 Daniel Efird Drive, Mount Holly, $370,000
NVR Inc. to Richard and Linda Topf, property at 832 Westerland Court, Gastonia, $262,000
True Homes LLC to Michelle Graham, property at 4038 Rocky Vista Court, Gastonia, $142,000
PNC Bank to GoodLife Real Estate, property at 578 Tryon Place, Gastonia, $80,000
Russell and Judie Pinkelton to Deantoine and Katherine Beasley, property at 6033 Bountiful St., Belmont, $210,000
Live Well Homes to Christopher and Crystal Davis, property at 121 Bay Shore Drive, Belmont, $289,000
Donnie and Mary Riddle to Michael and Nancy Burelle, property at 9116 Shorewood Place, Belmont, $225,000
NW Lake Wylie to Mary and Christopher Vasiliou, property at 309 Cape August Place, Belmont, $375,000
Page 2 of 2 - NW Lake Wylie to Fairwood Construction, property at 233 Cape August Place, Belmont, $325,000
NW Lake Wylie to ARH Models, property at 225 Cape August Place, Belmont, $325,000
William and Alice Johnson to James and Wendy McGinnis, property at 5038 Cramer Woods Drive, Gastonia, $295,000
Jacob and Brooke Riske to William and Madison Coble, property at 110 Cedar St., Belmont, $148,500
Wanda Pleasant to Kathleen Kaiser, property at 2509 Cove Creek Road, Gastonia, $90,000
Luther and Peggy Robertson to Providence Management, property at 520 Treasure Lane, Gastonia, $115,000
Blake and Jaclyn Bost to Andrew Elliott, property at 1501 Perfection Ave., Belmont, $118,000
Hilary and Andrew Robertson to Blake and Jaclyn Bost, property at 1045 Willow Wind Drive, Gastonia, $128,000
Charles and Kathryn Gray to Gregory Scott and Andrea Sellers, property at 3108 Glacier Court, Gastonia, $309,000
A&A to Ann Turner, property at 1225 Union Road, Gastonia, $490,000
Live Well Homes to Kristofer and Melissa Smith, property at 2612 Lakefront Drive, Belmont, $401,500
Patricia Bracken to Ronald and Renee Korbas, property at... (Gaston Gazette)Jan 8, 2016
Mary Eva Martin
Mary Eva Martin, 68, a former resident of Bessemer, of Venice, Fla., passed away Jan. 2, 2016, at Venice Regional Hospital in Florida.
Born in New Castle on Oct. 15, 1947, Mary Eva was a daughter of the late W. Thayer (Barney) Martin, and Margaret Alice Martin of Mount Jackson.
Survived by her brother William T. Martin, and his wife, Kathy. She spoke fondly of her brother Billy, saying "I smile because he is my brother and yet I laugh because there is nothing he can do about it!"
She is also survived by her brother David B. Martin and his wife, Rosemary. She talked endlessly of the many memories her and her brother David shared — both having the love of fast cars, beach parties and trips to the casinos!
In addition, she is survived by her nephew, Joseph "J.C." Celli and his wife, Ruth, of Englewood, Fla.; nieces Kimberly Celli and her husband, Greg, of Venice, Fla., Stacy Martin of Venice, Tammy Jo Baker (Martin) and husband, Brock, of Venice; nephew Justin Martin and his wife, Shellie, of Beaver; and many cousins, great-neph... (New Castle News)Jan 8, 2016
In Loving Memory of Walter Massey, 77
Walter Massey passed away Monday, January 4, 2016. He graduated from Bessemer High School in Bessemer, AL. He was a scholarship pitcher for the University of Alabama’s baseball team. He served in the U.S. Army Aviation before becoming a pilot for Delta Airlines. There he managed the MD-88 and MD-11 programs. In 1996 he flew the Olympic flame from Athens, Greece to Los Angeles, CA. He retired from Delta in 1997 after 32 years of service. Walt served on the Cobb County Parks and Recreation Board. He was ranked in both national and state tennis. He played Delta tournaments with the late Bill Hay and he played Father and Daughter tennis at the U.S. Open with daughter Tara. He also coached boy’s baseball with his son-in-law Steele McCown, his best friend. He was a great scratch golfer. Walt served on the Connection Team with his wife Betty at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. He was always a winner in everything except cancer. He is survived by his beloved wife Betty, daughter Tara McCown and her husband Steele; son Walter Massey III; grandchildren Ashley and Hu... (Patch.com)Jan 8, 2016
Memorial Gardens, Trussville, Ala., Military Field of Honor. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Taylor Memorial UMC. Bessemer Brown Service Funeral Home, 1300 4th Avenue North, Bessemer, AL 35020 is in charge of arrangements.
If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, I'd walk right up to Heaven to see you once again.
(Muscatine Journal)Jan 8, 2016
Police locate suspect vehicle in Lake Cyrus homicide
Bessemer police located a pickup truck believed to be connected with Tuesday’s homicide in the Lake Cyrus neighborhood in Hoover.
A resident provided investigators with surveillance video that was used to determine a suspect vehicle description. Police report an older Ford F-250 pickup was seen leaving the area close to the time of the shooting death of 33-year-old Mike Gilotti.
Yesterday around 11 a.m., Bessemer police were notified of and recovered an abandoned 2000 Ford F-250 near the intersection of Roland Avenue and Elmore Street, which is near the Jonesboro and Burstall communities. Items that were reported stolen during the 10 car burglaries on Park Side Circle in Lake Cyrus were recovered from the truck.
The truck was towed to Hoover for evidence processing.
Police report four black males were seen walking away from the truck. The men got into a dark-colored Jeep Cherokee, and detectives believe they have ties to the Bessemer area.
The truck was stolen on Monday night from a r... (Hoover Sun)