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Florists in Youngtown, AZ

Find local Youngtown, Arizona florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Youngtown and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Youngtown Flower Shops

The Happy Tortoise Flowers And Gifts

11121 W Nevada Ave
Youngtown, AZ 85363
(443) 521-6195

Youngtown AZ News

Apr 22, 2016

Karla Bartel Jan. 1, 1938-Dec. 4, 2015

Morrill schools. After a few years in Colorado Springs, Colo. and Santa Clarita, Calif., they moved to Sun City; she retired from the City of Youngtown in 2003.Karla was involved in various activities (both her own and those of her husband, children and granddaughters): garden and card clubs, bowling teams, golf, Cub Scouts, Job’s Daughters, school activities, and farming, to name a few. After retiring, she became an active member of the West Valley Genealogical Society serving as a board member in various positions including vice president, president, and past president.She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. People said, “Karla never met a stranger.” Her kindness, generosity, strength and vibrancy will be greatly missed. She kept the entire family in touch by passing along what she talked about with one, to others. This was, in part, due to her passion for family history. Her lifelong quest centered on learning about her family’s ancestors; she shared it with others. Two of her “claims to fame” are being a first cousin, seven times removed, of Daniel Boone, and fifth cousin, four times removed, of President Theodore Roosevelt!Survivors: son, Gary of Billings, Mont.; daughter, Lori (Tim) Clement, and granddaughter, Senna, Phoenix, Ariz.; sister, Karen (Larry) Debus, nephews, Brian and Brent Debus, niece, Suzanne (Roger) Bedient and families, all of Alliance, Neb.; sister, Paula (Robert) Foster, Sun City; Clement step-granddaughters, Kirsi (Patrick) Meador, Lafayette, La., and Kaili Young Pivonka, Big Springs, Texas; step-great-grandchildren, Saige Meador, Tristan Young, Cody Young.She was preceded in death by her parents, Phyllis and Karl Blaylock; husband, Harvey; brother, Phillip; grand-aunt and uncle, Bonita and Gaylord Miller; nephew, David Warm... (The Torrington Telegram)