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Oct 15, 2020

Dawn Lowe Obituary - Bloomington, IL | The Pantagraph - Legacy.com

Southern Illinois, including the towns of Bunker Hill, Gillespie, Vandalia, Mount Vernon, Harrisburg, and last teaching in Collinsville Unit District 10, retiring in 1986. After retirement she substitute taught at Christ the King School in Springfield. When she wasn't teaching, she and her husband partnered well for many years in the churches he pastored, with Dawn working in Christian Education and Children's ministry. They were very proud of the years they spent at Sugar Creek Methodist Church in Springfield where they were part of an outreach team whose motto was "Place for Beginning, Becoming, and Belonging." Dawn loved playing the piano, listening to musicals, walking for exercise, shopping, and traveling the world. She was known for her coordinated outfits, including jewelry, that she wore throughout her life. She possessed a welcoming nature and was always desiring to help others. Dawn found humor in many situations; she rarely missed an episode of "The Tonight Show," starring Johnny Carson, her favorite comedian. She was fiercely devoted to her husband and children and always their biggest fan. Dawn will be dearly missed by her family and friends, who take comfort in knowing that she will be reunited with her husband Don, who was the love of her life. She was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, Illinois Education Association, and the National Education Association of Retired Teachers. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Westminster Foundation. Dawn and Don loved Westminster Village and Martin Health Center, and all the staff and friends that were a part of their lives there. We cannot thank our Westminster/Martin Health Center "Family" enough for all of their care, support, and loving attention. Online condolences may be left at www.calvertmemorial.com. Published by The Pantagraph from Sep. 24 to Sep. 25, 2020.

Dec 8, 2017

There are metro-east roots for the Botanical Garden's holiday train show

Lyle mowed yards in middle school, sold Christmas trees in high school and worked eight years at Creekside Gardens in Collinsville before starting at MoBot as a grower in 2010.Now he’s a poinsettia expert. He orders rooted cuttings in January for delivery in July. Timing, spacing, cleanliness and attention to other details are vital.“We must make sure that the entire greenhouse is sterile, including benches, the irrigation system, pots, soil, everything in the structure,” Lyle said. “That prevents any outbreaks of pests.”For more information on Gardenland Express Holiday and Flower Show, visit www.missouribotanicalgarden.org or call 314-577-5100.At a glanceWhat: Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train ShowWhere: Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd. in St. LouisWhen: Daily through Jan. 1, 2018Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m.Admission: $5 during the day with regular MoBot admission of $12 for adult non-members (free for 12 and younger); free with purchase of nighttime Garden Glow tickets, which cost $16 to $18 for adult non-members ($3 to $10 for children)Information: Visit www.missouribotanicalgarden.org or call 314-577-5100... (Belleville News-Democrat)

Jan 5, 2017

That buggy jade plant can be saved with a once-weekly spray

August, then they started to drop nuts and by October all but a few remain. It does this during dry years and wet years. Any idea? R. H. of Collinsville A. Pecan trees can be a little temperamental because the male flowers produce catkins (floral buds) that hang from 1-year old branches. While the female pistillate produce flowers that are male, female flowers are not produced at the same time. An overly heavy crop can reduce nut set. Growers must thin very heavy crops to prevent this from happening. A good reference for pecan production is the Fruit and Nut Production by Brenda Olcott-Reid, PhD and William Reid, PhD. Stipes Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, ISBN 978-1-58874-575-0 Q. When is the best time to order vegetable seeds? D.B. of Collinsville A. Usually, the best time to order is in January because you get to pick the best seeds before other gardeners find out what are the best choices for disease resistant varieties. (Belleville News-Democrat)

Mar 11, 2016

Metro-east florists are part of St. Louis Art Museum's Art in Bloom festival

Trisha Haislar’s interest in flowers has taken her from Collinsville to the White House, and many places in between. This weekend, one of her floral designs is on display at St. Louis Art Museum’s Art in Bloom. During the annual free festival Friday through Sunday, 37 designers and garden clubs use flowers to imaginatively interpret works of art. Trisha is also part of a team that will decorate galleries. She learned Friday that her piece won Best of Show. “I’ve been involved with Art in Bloom since its inception in 2001,” said Trisha, 65, who owns Elegant Celebrations in Collinsville. She and husband Dennis have two grown children and five grandchildren. “The first year I interpreted one of the pieces of art. It evolved into being invited to be on the design team to come up with ideas on how to decorate Sculpture Hall. Now, we also do Taylor Hall in the new building, completed a couple years ago.” Q: How hard is it to interpret a piece of art with flowers? A: “Some are a lot easier than others. It depends on the piece of art. The Art Museu... (Belleville News-Democrat)

Dec 30, 2015

Closure at last for family of missing fisherman

Six years ago, his parents, Jeannette and Louis Romani sold their homes in Point Loma and Palm Desert and moved to Collinsville in Northern California, a rural area where Louis’ father and grandfather lived. Their daughter, Lisa, had drowned in a swimming pool the same year Vito died, and her mother was anxious to get away from the ocean which had brought her so much pain. Fisherman Vito Romani's tombstone will be dedicated by his family in Collinsville, Calif. on the 11th anniversary of his disappearance at sea aboard the Gina Lisa fishing vessel. Fisherman Vito Romani's tombstone will be dedicated by his family in Collinsville, Calif. on the 11th anniversary of his disappearance at sea aboard the Gina Lisa fishing vessel. Share Photo Saturday, in an aging Collinsville cemetery, a memorial tombstone for Vito will be dedicated in the Romani family plot where his great grandfather was buried in 1939. About 40 family members from San Diego and elsewhere are convening for the 2 p.m. eulogy. Finally, there will be a permanent marker. “At last, my mother has a place to bring her son flowers and pray,” said Bernardini. Vito’s simple plaque bears the inscription: “Lost at sea. Dancing in our hearts forever.” Perhaps it was no coincidence that the wife of Vito’s son, Vito Jr., gave birth to a baby boy on Wednesday. They named the baby Louis in honor of Vito Jr.'s deceased brother, Louis. Cool fashion: Sonya Berg celebrates her role as a hostess in Bravo TV’s “Apres Ski” series with a viewing party on Monday evening. The reality show, with Canadian ski slope footage, airs at 7 p.m. The festivities will mark another milestone for the self-styled fashionista — her birthday. Super cause: Actor Christopher Reeve’s son, Matthew, is in San Diego to further a cause dear to his late father’s heart: a world without wheelchairs. He is an independent filmmaker but also sits on the board of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation dedicated to advancements in treatment of people with spinal cord injuries. He joins in a workout Saturday at 8 a.m. at SEALFIT headquarters in Encinitas stressing both fitness and mental toughness. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Oct 28, 2015

CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Ben Flowers wins 2A regional title

O’Fallon 38-70. Belleville East was third, West fourth, Granite City fifth, Quincy sixth, Alton seventh and Collinsville eighth. Edwardsville finishers included Franky Romano second, Dan Powell fifth, Roland Prenzler sixth, Max Hartmann eighth, Sam McCormick 17th, Jacob Schoenthal 29th and Matt Swanson 32. Four Alton Redbirds runners will advance as individuals. Arie Macias was seventh, Jett Durr was 31st, Sam Gentelin 33rd and Kelvin Cummings was 34th. Granite City’s Will O’Keefe was the individual champion. CLASS 1A GIRLS The Carlinville girls rode the one-two finish of winner Colleen Madden and runner-up Jacey Roper to the team title at Shelbyville. Other Cavies finishers were Madelynn Williams 14th, Molley Lewis 20th, Stasia Nejmansowski 23rd, Mackenzie Harris 38th and Ryleigh Gibbel 39th. At New Athens, EA-WR’s Haley Kerpan was the individual champion in a time of 19:45 and she will advance as an individual, along with Marquette’s Natalie Halliday and Southwestern’s Ashley Moore. Roxanas finished third in the team race behind winner Breese Mater Dei and runner-up Freeburg, Shells finishers included Kryston Scifres second, Michaela Tarpley 14th, Victoria Tarpley 23rd, Shalyn Edwards 26th, Alexis Stumpf 32, Sarah Stover 36th and Jaidyn Peebles 38th. CLASS 2A GIRLS Civic Memorial’s Alex Singleton was 20th overall and will advance as an individual, along with Jersey’s Kiara Chapman and Kaleigh Grace. Rochester won the team title. CLASS 3A GIRLS At Edwardsville, the hosts joined their make counterparts as regional champions. O’Fallon was second, followed by Belleville East, Quincy, Belleville West, Collinsville and Alton. Edwardsville finishers included Rachel Schoenecker second, Maddie Miller third, Colleen Corkery fourth, Julianna Determan seventh, Kiara Delgado eighth, Melissa Spencer ninth and Victoria Vegher 14th. Alton’s Tayton Kuebli was 36th and will advance as an individual. Jersey junior Ben Flowers, shown in action earlier this season, was first overall at the Jacksonville Class 2A Regional Cross Country Meet on Saturday. Report prep results by email to: [email protected] ... (Alton Telegraph)