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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 27, 2017

Retiree with storied past takes time to smell flowers

John Searcy has traveled the world, made a fortune in hairdressing and outlived his family, but these days, the 74-year-old retiree finds contentment at his exquisitely tasteful home."I've led a very unusual life," he said, before adding, "But I'm a homebody."The one-story home is shared by Searcy, his husband of about 20 years and two Boston terriers - Co Co, 2, and Cleo, 10."I like old furniture and old dogs," he said.Heavy drapes conceal the interior of his Victoria home, lending it an atmosphere that is equally mysterious and ornate.Wearing round, tortoise shell glasses, emerald jewelry and a loose-fitting shirt, the soft spoken but amiable man took a break from his yard work in early April to showcase his unique house."I like old stuff," said Searcy with obvious pride.Visitors to the home walk along a moss-stained brick pathway flanked with greenery, through an indigo front door and into a dimly lit foyer, where they are greeted by a motion-activated parakeet. The tiny toy rests under...

Feb 2, 2016

Wanda Buck

Wanda Mae Smith was born June 2, 1932, in Santa Rosa, Mo., the daughter of Dolpha and Cova (Searcy) Smith. She married Wayne Buck on July 17, 1948, in Dubuque. The couple raised their family and resided in Maquoketa for many years before moving to Iowa City in 1972. Wanda enjoyed her family; she loved caring for her husband and children and, later, nothing meant more to her than being Grandma! Attending country music concerts was a favorite pastime. She also enjoyed life in the fast lane a bit, especially when it came to drag racing and cheering on her favorite driver, John Force. Her family includes her husband, Wayne; their children, Rick (Nancy), Maquoketa, Rodney, Coralville, Lou Ann, Iowa City, Betty Breazeale (Mike), Iowa City, and Nancy Yutzy (Nick), Iowa City; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren, with another on the way. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister; and a brother. Gay & Ciha Funeral and Cremation Service is caring for her family and services. (Quad City Times)

Feb 2, 2016

Real Estate Transactions: Feb. 2

Temple Mullen and John Wesley Mullen II to Mark E. Smith and Amy A. Smith, Lot 24 in Wyndfall subdivision, Wilders Township, $127,000. Steven K. Searcy and Wanda D. Searcy to Francis Steinbach and Mary Steinbach, 5.086 acres, $42,000. Lenora B. Walker to William R. Stephens and Margaret M. Stephens, Lot 337 in The Bluffs at Buffalo Creek subdivision, $166,000. Riverbrooke Custom Homes LLC to Edward R. Taylor Jr. and Arlene P. Taylor, one lot, $199,000. Melanie A. Blackwood and Stephen P. Lafferty to Franklin D. Lopez and Jewell D. Lopez, Lot 8 in Cottonwood subdivision, $157,500. Cates Building Inc. to Kevin Moonan and Lea Angele Moonan, Lot 48 in The Pines at Winston Pointe subdivision, $326,000 McKee Homes LLC and Christopher T Salyer, agent, to Thomas Tew, Lot 155 in The Trace at Summerwind Plantation in subdivision, $216,000. Prestige Homes LLC to Michael J. Lynch and Kelli J. Lynch, one lot in Wilders Township, $255,000. Wade Jurney Homes Inc. to Aprielle Anderson, Lot 60 in Sierra Heights subdivision, $180,000. Lawrence T. Smith Sr. to Paradise Homes of Johnston County, Lot 22 in Ridgewood subdivision, $10,000. RMS Investments LLC to Robert G. Baugnon and Amee P. Baugnon, Lot 4252 in Riverwood Athletic Club subdivision, $290,000. D&R Prop... (News & Observer)

Jan 8, 2016

Local achievements, Jan. 8, 2016

Jack Payne, of Walnut Springs; and Kayla Smith, of Robinson. Local students named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, are Brianna Driskill, of Waco, a finance major; Hayley Fortson, of Robinson, a nursing major; and Mason Hill, of Hewitt, a Bible and preaching major. Jacob Brendemuehl, of McGregor, was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas. Joshua Dunn, of Waco, was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Jessica Wentworth, a senior English education major, of Crawford, was named to the president’s list for the fall semester at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina. Students at McGregor Elementary and McGregor High School raised funds to purchase 150 cases of water for students in Marlin during the city’s recent water shortage. The water was delivered by MHS Peer Assistance Leadership members Clay Huffman, Noah Adcock, Jordan Stroope, Josh Turner and sponsor Jerry Lynch. Applause Historic Waco Foundation’s “Downtown Decorations” Contest had many stores decorate their windows during the holiday season. Winners selected by the judges were: First place — Reed’s Flowers (best “Reflection on the Brazos” theme decorations). Second place — Suit City (best overall decorations). Third Place — Papillion Antiques (most unique window display). Honorable mention — WBC Furniture, Christi’s and Bloomingals. Send submissions to (Waco Tribune-Herald)

Dec 30, 2015

Mary Ellen Mayfield Traylor

December 27, 2015 in Terrell. Mary was born 16, October 1927 at Jacksonville, Cherokee County, TX, the daughter of James Delbert and Elsie Searcy Mayfield. Preceding her in death are her parents, husband C.W. (Dub) Traylor, infant son Joe Walter (Jody) Traylor and brother James Arlon Mayfield. She is survived by her son Rick and his wife Sandy Hopkins Traylor of Plano, daughter Suzanne Chance of Terrell, and grandsons Cash and his wife Elaine Schoka Traylor of Plano, Toby and his wife Sheryl Martin Traylor of Austin and Cody Chance. Also the special joys of her life, four great grandchildren: Brody and Clara (C.J.) Traylor and Grace and Julia Traylor. Mary and her late husband had owned and operated Traylor Furniture in Terrell many years. Mary, longtime member of First Christian Church, was past regent of Rockwall Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, past chaplain of the Mary Ann Lawhorn Chapter Daughters of the Republic of Texas holding other offices in both organizations through many years. She was a charter member of the Terrell Community Hospital Auxiliary, American Legion Auxiliary, Meals on Wheels volunteer as well as many hours at Bonham Texas... (Terrell Tribune)

Dec 30, 2015

Jane Colvin

Jane Ella was born on January 20, 1931 in Hale County, Alabama. She was the daughter of George Searcy Martin and Marion Traylor Martin. She graduated from Akron High School and married Hubert Chester Colvin. She lived her entire life in her beloved community of Stewart, Alabama and devoted her life to her family, church and to running her family’s general store. Jane Ella loved God, touched the lives of those around her and will be dearly missed by all who knew her. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Concord Cemetery Association (2921 County Rd 59, Moundville, AL 35474) or to the Stewart United Methodist Church (10291 AL Hwy 60, Moundville, AL 35474). All obituaries taken from the website of the corresponding funeral home unless otherwise noted. Share this: ... (West Alabama Watchman)


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