Florists in Boynton Beach, FL
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Boynton Beach Flower Shops
2001 Corporate Dr
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
1403-1 W. Boynton Beach Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
970 N Congress Ave Ste 110
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
402 E. Ocean Ave
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
7021 Brunswick Cir
Boynton Beach, FL 33472
Boynton Beach FL News
Nov 15, 2018
Family seeks justice for man whose remains were found in Gardens
I was told that no one knew where he was," said Cuevas, now 19 and a graduate of Park Vista High School in suburban Boynton Beach. "I was very upset and mad with him. I couldn't understand it."By the time his father's remains were identified, Charlie Cuevas said he "already kind of knew" what the outcome was going to be even though he was only 9."I was scared that's the way it was going to turn out," he says.Gustavo Enamorado-Dubon, a Honduran citizen who illegally had entered the U.S., became a suspect in July 2010 after the Spanish-language television program "Aqui y Ahora" on Univision aired a segment on Cuevas' murder.A Broward County grand jury indicted Enamorado-Dubon in 2013 on charges of first-degree murder and armed kidnapping. After confessing and waiting nearly five years for a jury trial, he was convicted April 27 on both charges and received a life sentence, which he is serving at the Avon Park Correctional Institution.Coral Springs police detectives who investigated the case were captured in an audiotape made in April 2013 saying they did not believe Enamorado-Dubon, who was 16 at the time of the murder, was involved in the crime, according to Miami television WPLG-10.The detectives say on the tape that Enamorado-Dubon insisted to them the murder was a hit ordered by Hagen Christ, Cuevas' business partner, and carried out by MS-13 gang members, according to WPLG's report.After Cuevas disappeared, investigators said Christ withdrew $58,500 from his partner's personal bank account. Christ also allegedly removed Cuevas' cars from a company insurance policy during a time when Cuevas was only listed as missing. Goedeke, Cuevas' mother, said she was forced to pay the insurance policies out of her own pocket.Suspicion was also raised by Christ after he told police that Cuevas never arrived at their Pompano Beach business that Nov. 3, even though authorities had cellphone records putting Cuevas in that area.Christ has not been charged in the case, although records show that he's the subject of an active warrant for failing to appear in court following a February 2010 arrest in Broward County for possession of oxycodone, a felony.RELATED Loxahatchee man accused in daughter’s starvation death allowed to keep lawyerCuevas' family believes that Christ, a Peruvian national, may have fled the country. Attempts to find current contact information for Christ were unsuccessful. Court records show authorities informed U.S. Homeland Security in November 2012 about Christ, presumably regarding his fugitive status.Coral Springs police say the case remains open."In my opinion, some justice has been served, but not completely, and it won't be until we have everyone involved," Charlie Cuevas said.Charlie Cuevas said among the last memories of his father is of a Christmas visit after his parents divorced. Francisco Cuevas brought presents for Charlie and Samantha, but also carried gifts for the siblings' half-sister, who was no relation to Francisco."It was like, 'Wow,' " Charlie ... Apr 7, 2017
Awe Flowers fills niche in downtown Lake Worth
Lake Worth resident Patti Chung Sheldon has jumped into her new business Awe Flowers with both feet.The shop opened last January.The former west Boynton Beach resident said she enjoys the sense of community in Lake Worth and being closer to the beach."From my first visit, I fell in love with the town," she said. "It's quaint and charming, and I connected to the people."Seeing an unfilled niche, Sheldon decided to open a flower shop on North L Street in downtown Lake Worth."I could never find fresh flowers when I came to the city," she said. "I'm not trying to be 1-800-Flowers but simply a place for locals to come and get fresh flowers. No more running to your local supermarket for half-dead flowers."She said shoppers come across the bridge from Palm Beach to purchase floral arrangements at her shop.The 600-square-foot shop sports a floral mural outside painted by Lake Worth muralist Maria Paz, who also painted the whispy wallpaper theme in the interior of the shop. Inside are floral paintings for sale by local artists.Sheldon said Awe Flowers is the only florist located in downtown Lake Worth offering freshly cut and designed flower arrangements as... (Sun Sentinel)Feb 9, 2017
New flower shop coming to downtown Lake Worth
The company also recently moved its office from Boynton Beach to Lake Avenue.
“We have expanded our portfolio immensely in the area and we like to be close to our tenants … become more involved in the city and getting to know the locals,” Peters said.
(MyPalmBeachPost)Jan 8, 2016
Gloria Riley: Bus compound lounge named in murdered driver's honor
District is holding a dedication at the Central Transportation Facility on Summit Boulevard in West Palm Beach this morning at 10 a.m.
A chorus from Boynton Beach High, a school on Riley’s regular route for several years, will be performing. Superintendent Robert Avossa and other district officials will also be on hand.
The bus drivers Riley worked with have honored her many times over.
They rushed to her home where her ex-boyfriend has told police he fatally confronted her with a kitchen knife when she stopped at home on her lunch break. They’ve spent hours recounting their memories of her fiery spirit as they made ribbons for her funeral and draped flowers on her bus.
Shortly after her death, those memories appeared in a story in The Palm Beach Post. Here’s how that story began:
Gloria Riley didn’t just work out of the Palm Beach County school bus compound on Summit Boulevard. She was the break-room principal, her purse a standby pantry. She was the queen of the card table and dabbled in dominoes and, while she was often the noisiest one of the bunch, she was the shusher when the noon news came on.
Riley also was particular about her bus — her chariot for more than 120 of her “babies” that she ferried to and from Boynton Beach area schools.
And last week, the 14-year veteran of the roads insisted that the shop-bound vehicle with a cracked windshield be ready to resume rounds after lunch. And the mechanic, recalled her co-workers, was eager to please.
While she was on a lunch run that day to China Quee... (Palm Beach Post (blog))Dec 30, 2015
Norman Franklin and sister of the late Cheryl White. Services were held Dec. 24, 2015 at Beth Israel Memorial Chapel in Boynton Beach, Fla. Interment followed at Eternal Light Memorial Gardens in Boynton Beach.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation to The University of Miami Brain Tumor Initiative, 6200 San Amaro Drive, Suite 300, Coral Gables, Fla. 33146. Please notate on the donation “Brain Tumor Initiative.”
... (Cleveland Jewish News)