Florists in Houston, DE
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Houston Flower Shops
11 Mill St
Houston, DE 19954
Houston DE News
Jul 6, 2021
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Betty and Jim Donegan. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout in high school at the age of 15, and graduated in 1968 from Robert E. Lee High School in Houston. He was a proud member of the class of '72 Corp of Cadets at Texas A&M University. Mike earned a bachelor's degree in Agriculture Economics at Texas A&M, was a Class Agent for the class of '72, and was a member of the Association of Former Students and A&M's Chancellor's Century Council. Upon graduation, he joined the U.S. Army and served five years. Mike was stationed in Oklahoma, Texas, Georgia and Italy and achieved the rank of Captain. Mike was the Fertilizer Accounts Manager with El Dorado Chemical in Rockwall. He served as a councilman and mayor of McLendon-Chisholm, TX, for 17 years (1994-2010). He was a member of the Rockwall Terry Fisher American Legion Post #117 for almost 15 years, where he served as the Post Commander for three years. He also served as Post Chaplain, was the lead for Founder's Day activities, and developed the Youth Leadership Seminars. Mike was active in the Rockwall Band of Brothers, Sisters and Friends, and was a member of the Rockwall Historical Foundation and the Rockwall County Historical Commission. He was a long-standing member of the Republican Party, was elected as the Precinct 3D Chair, and served on the Rockwall Republican Party and Rockwall Men's Club Executive Committees. Mike was appointed to the Texas Historical Commission by Rick Perry in July 2012, and served until February 2015. He served as the chairman of the Men's Ministry of Chisholm Baptist Church and co-chaired the Dallas area Fundraiser for ALS. Survivors include his wife: Sharon; sons: Chris (Staci) and Matthew (Paetra); daughter: Amy (Matt); grandchildren: Justin, Karma, Lily, Coltrane, Jakob, Anne Chaddock and Mathias; niece: Kate; and nephews: Bo and Zach. He was preceded in death by his brothers: Tim and Lar... Apr 4, 2021
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Feb 1, 2021
Pasadena florist: Orders reflect people’s isolation in pandemic - Houston Chronicle
People try to get what they’re feeling all in one order.”
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The Enchanted Florist has operated via no-contact curbside delivery or by appointment only.
Address: 4416 Fairmont Pkwy #104, Pasadena.
The shop has experienced ebbs and flows that reflect COVID trends and venue restrictions, but business has been good.
“During March and April, all the weddings were postponed, but most of our weddings that had been postponed have already been rescheduled and we’ve done them,” said Wright, 66. “So, that hasn’t really affected us.”
‘Very, very busy’
The bulk of the shop’s revenue remains funeral work, and that’s where Wright has seen the impact of COVID-19. Rules for funeral services have fluctuated to reflect pandemic conditions, but orders to Wright’s shop have remained steady.
“There are more people sending flowers,” Wright said. “That’s the way they’re expressing themselves because they’re not able to attend; so we’ve been very, very busy.”
Like restaurants offering curbside and other businesses going online, Wright has found a way to survive during an unpredictable business climate.
The need to say it with flowers, Wright said, has become more pronounced.
“People want you to know that they’re thinking about you,” she said.
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