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Orien's Flowers & Gifts

Order flowers and gifts from Orien's Flowers & Gifts located in Lynwood CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 3879 E Imperial Hwy, Lynwood California 90262 Zip. The phone number is (562) 964-6574. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Orien's Flowers & Gifts in Lynwood CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Orien's Flowers & Gifts delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Orien's Flowers & Gifts
Address:
3879 E Imperial Hwy
City:
Lynwood
State:
California
Zip Code:
90262
Phone number:
(562) 964-6574
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Find Orien's Flowers & Gifts directions to 3879 E Imperial Hwy in Lynwood, CA (Zip 90262) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 33.93172, -118.195445 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Nov 3, 2016

All-new Southern California Furniture & Accessory market fully ...

Upholstered goods are represented by Comfort Industries of Whittier, Huntington Furniture of Pico Rivera, Gomen Furniture of Lynwood, Trujillo’s Furniture of Torrance, Cortez Furniture of Los Angeles and the Emerson Lavi Workshop from Long Beach, as well as many others. Home décor and accessories run the gamut. Among exhibitors are Jozefina Arte Glass of Cathedral City; Ordaz Silk Flowers of Wrightwood; Bamboo54 from El Monte; Art & Frame of Lynwood; Rug Factory Plus and Studio Design, both Commerce; Arc Lite of Valencia and New Spec Import of Ontario; Artiennium of Covina and Sleep & Beyond, Fontana. Browse here to find the artwork, vases, area rugs, and decorative accents that add finishing touches to every room. Fortegra and Zuo Modern, a wholesale furniture manufacturer, are sponsors of the Market and featured exhibitors. The timing is right to take advantage of end-of-season specials offered by many exhibitors to retailers and designers preparing inventories for the traditionally high-volume sales period throughout the Holiday Season and into the year’s first quarter. The Marketplace is where business-to-business relationships begin -- and as always, buying regional suppliers is a matter of dollars and sense. While admission is free to trade professionals, those planning to attend should register online at www.scfurnituremarket.com. Show hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 9 and 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 10 at the conveniently located Long Beach Convention Center, 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach. For more information, see the website or call 732-449-4019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kevin McLauglin Phone: 732-449-4019/Email: kevin@MKMExpos.com ... (Furniture Today)

Jun 10, 2016

Joyce Spencer: Community news for Friday, June 10

Saturday; to Jesse Hawks, who will be 19 Saturday; to Michelle Byrd Shafer, whose birthday is Saturday; and to Lynwood Adkins, who celebrates his 70th birthday Sunday. BELATED: Belated wishes to Rossie White of Lesage, who celebrated his 81st birthday June 4. ANNIVERSARIES: Couples celebrating wedding anniversaries this week are Jim and Barbara Ellis, Jim and Ann Thornburg, Keith and Malinda Ross, Rick and Lorri Jones, Jim and Janice Glenn, Alan and Annie Pannell, Zachary and Chelsea Poe Goad, Stuart and Sherri Price, Matt and Brooke Fisher Keeney, Ben and Sallie Cox, Steve and Susanna Powers, Ralph and Oweda Cazad, Jay and Sarah Dunlap, and Corey and Molly Watson. (Huntington Herald Dispatch)

Apr 22, 2016

April 19, 2016

Rufus Deen Riner and Eva Mae Scott Riner. She was also preceded in death by her husband, George Arnold Loyd Sr., a son, Blake Loyd, three brothers, Lynwood E. Riner, Gerald D. Riner and Ronald D. Riner, and one sister, Evelyn Riner Perkins.She was a homemaker and a member of Nahunta First Baptist Church. She loved gardening and was a member of The Garden Club in Brantley County. She was also an active member in Home Demonstration Club, enjoyed cooking and was a very good seamstress. She also loved crocheting, making flower arrangements, painting and most of all loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.Survivors include her three sons and daughters-in-law, George A. and Dale Loyd, of Blackshear, Greg and Peggy Loyd, of Gainesville, and Stuart Loyd, of Rome; her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Beth and Carroll Deen, of Waycross; 10 grandchildren, Kecia D. Banks, (Tommy), of Waycross, Kacie D. Sasser, (Michael), of Jacksonville, Fla., Brandon C. Deen, of Waycross, Priscilla L. Bergern (Terry), of Kennesaw, Scott W. Loyd (Jo Ann), of Warner Robins, Joey Loyd, Chris Loyd, Ryan Loyd, Evan Loyd and Drew Loyd, all of Rome; 11 great-grandchildren; her sister and brother-in-law, Geneva and Bill Young; a special sister-in-law, Dorothy Hale, of Tifton; many nieces, nephews and other relatives.A funeral will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Frye Funeral Home in Nahunta with the ... (WJHnews)

Feb 3, 2016

'The Consummate Southern Lawyer': Huntsville's legal community remembers Buck Watson

While we spoke with Jimmerson, Watson's legacy touched all corners of the region's legal community. Senior Federal Judge Charles Lynwood Smith, Jr. had this to say about him: "Buck Watson was steadfast in his loyalty to friends. He was a man who always looked you straight in the eye, gave you a hearty pat on the shoulder, and a strong handshake. He loved conversations about Alabama history and politics. And he always had an enjoyable story to tell — regardless of whether it was about his DeKalb County roots, playing college and professional football, coaching high school football, or deciding to go back to school and study law. He was a fine lawyer. When he took a case, he thought about it from every angle. He loved challenging cases, even those that other attorneys would pass because they were controversial. He made positive contributions to the State and this community in so many ways, over so many years, that his death leaves a hole that will be difficult to fill. Most of all, however, I will miss his company, and his laughter, very much." Watson's obituary reads: Herman Austin “Buck” Watson, Jr., 82, of Huntsville, Alabama, passed away on January 26, 2016. Buck, the son of Herman Austin Watson, Sr., and Cornelia Welch Watson, passed away surrounded by loving family at his home after an extended struggle with cancer. He is survived by his wife, Janet Mangham Watson, children, Cornelia Welch Watson (a writer married to Carey Roberts), LeeAnna Yarbrough Keith (an author and teacher married to Brian Plane), James Hundley Watson (a teacher married to Jane Watson), Rebekah Keith McKinney (his law partner at Watson McKinney, LLC), Elmer Jacobs Watson (also a lawyer; married to MaryTally Watson), and Jack Watson (a firefighter married to Sheila Watson). He was blessed with many grandchildren: Annabelle, Jack, Jake, Marshall, Sam, Emma, Janet, Daniel, John-John, Griffin, Anne-Louise, Rosalie, Austin, Dylan, and Chloe. Though he had many dear friends, he made a special place in the family for Sam Keith, and he cherished his longtime office collaborators, Marcia Perkins and Theresa Willits. Buck attended Vanderbilt University between 1951 and 1955, and played SEC football in addition to his studies. As the team’s left tackle, he played both offense and defense, earning the nickname “60-Minute Man.” In fact, for many years, he held the SEC record for the highest average number of minutes per game – 55. He was an eighth-round draft pick for the Philadelphia Eagles, but chose instead to play for the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League, where he was sidelined with a career-ending knee injury. He maintained a lifelong interest in sports, serving on the Board of Directors of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, and acting... (whnt.com)

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