Florists in Cape Coral, FL
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2126 Del Prado Blvd. S
Cape Coral, FL 33990
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Cape Coral, FL 33914
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Cape Coral, FL 33904
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Cape Coral, FL 33991
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Cape Coral, FL 33990
Cape Coral FL News
Oct 27, 2016
Estero honors Jeff Sommer on anniversary of his death | | USA ...
They always will.”
Scenes from Wednesday evening’s Memorial 5-Mile Run for Estero High School cross country and track coach Jeff Sommer in Cape Coral. About 175 runners dressed in orange and orange ribbons pinned on ther chests turned out for the run.
Known for holding his practices at 5 a.m., Sommer was represented by a large gathering of runners, parents and friends. His wife, Sue, was in attendance, as was his son, Adam.
Sue Sommer spoke about a dedication planned in the fall during Estero’s first football game. The school plans on naming the facility after him. He’s also being inducted into the Lee County Hall of Fame on May 15.
“It’s amazing how far his influence went,” Sue Sommer said.
Estero High planned an ‘Orange Out’ and a moment of silence for the former coach and athletic director during school Monday.
“Seeing all these positive things, how he impacted other people’s lives and how they appreciated it, that’s what’s good about today,” Sue Sommer said. “It’s a celebration, but there’s some sadness, too.”
Sommer Strong: Estero runners shine on Jeff Sommer Day
Those in attendance ran an honorary “all-out 400,” which is one full lap around the track.
A case of Mountain Dew, coach’s drink of choice, was placed at the foot of the track. A picture of Sommer with flowers was also positioned on a picnic table near the workout Monday.
A group of Estero athletes ran a lap around the track with hands held. Some took pictures in front of the picture. Others drank an honorary Mountain Dew.
“This day builds up, and we’ve all been waiting for it, so it’s going to be a rough day,” said Estero senior Jacob Dorn, a four-year runner with the Wildcats program. “But it’s so much better when you have everyone here from your family.”
Estero graduates like Antonella Valencia and Aja Curth were present for the dedication along with parents of athletes and members of the team. Valencia completed the 400, then continued on with the workout, Sommer’s favorite, which was four 400s and four 200s.
Sommer scholarship has generated $25K
Senior Daley Cline, who won two state championships in cross country and another two in track, said the day was bittersweet. She was on the 3,200-meter relay team that won states before he passed away.
“Over time I’ve grown as a person and have come to accept it,” she said. “I use it as a positive. Coach influenced everyone’s lives in a good way, and while turning something bad into something good is hard, it prepares you for other things in life.”
Monday marked a day of... (USA TODAY High School Sports)May 18, 2016
Show mom some love on Mother's Day
Sun Splash Family Waterpark in Cape Coral offers a mom a free chance to chill Mother's Day weekend.(Photo: News-Press file)
With Mother's Day coming up Sunday, we thought we'd give you a couple of ideas beyond brunch, which our amazing food team already let you know about.
Mother's Day dining in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples
Some events start Friday, while others carry through the weekend. Whatever Mom's interest is, you bet there's something to make her smile:
In the garden
If your mother loves flowers, take her on a free tour before the big day:
National Public Gardens Day Lakes Park joins more than 500 public gardens in the nationwide celebration with educational exhibits, garden tours, vendors, demonstrations and several speakers with events Friday.
Tours are of the botanic, fragrance, rose, succulent and water gardens at 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. Tea and cookies will be served in the Community Garden and mom can find educational tableswith information on various garden related topics.
Edu... (The News-Press)Apr 22, 2016
Arlene L. Dean
New Jersey; Ruth Casey, her husband Brian and their children Danny, Andrew and Matthew of Milton, Florida; and sister-in-law, Susan Waite Fekete of Cape Coral, Florida and her children Bill Richards of Ladson, South Carolina and Kelly Carr of Point Pleasant, New Jerset; her sister-in-law, Adrianne Lucas of Tuxedo Park, New York and her son Richard Lucas, his wife Karen and their son Max of Carey, North Carolina; and all of their families.
Bunny was lovingly cared for by the many members of the staff at St. Andrews Village; the angels of Miles & St. Andrews Home Health & Hospice; and the compassionate companions volunteers of St. Andrews Village Gregory Wing.
A celebration of Bunny’s life will be held at St. Andrews Village on Saturday, April 23 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation by calling 203-229-0464 (or online at www.themmrf.org) or to the charity of your choice.
Arrangements are under the care of Direct Cremation of Maine, 182 Waldo Avenue, Belfast. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.directcremationofmaine.com.
(Boothbay Register)Apr 22, 2016
Emily Maria Heaning
In 1972, Emily, Bill, Billy and Kenny decided they needed a new environment for the family and moved to Cape Coral, FL. They loved it so much they built a beautiful home on the waterway. Bill got his Florida insurance licensee and Emily got a job at Deep Lagoon Marina as a secretary.
They spent many hours on their boat cruising the Gulf of Mexico and the waterways around Cape Coral. In the evening at sunset when the sun was about to disappear into the Gulf, Emily would yell out "splash" there it goes again. After a beautiful day on the water, they would head home in the boat.
Emily passed the Florida insurance test and along with Bill, they started their own business, Heaning Insurance Agency. Bill did the selling and Emily ran the office and took care of all their clients' Medicare paperwork for them. They loved her so much, they would stop by the office not only to bring her their medial bills, they wanted to sit and have a chat. Bill and Emily operated their agency for over thirty years. During those years, Billy and Kenny gave Emily and Bill the most beautiful grandchildren in the world. If they didn't have the kids out on the boat or in the pool, you would find Emily sitting on the coach surrounded by kids watching "The Wizard of Oz" or "Anne."
In 2004, Emily and Bill retired and decided to move back to Gloversville so they could be close to family. Emily could not stay at home every day so she got a job as a greeter at Walmart. Once again she was dealing with the public and she loved every minute of it. After five years she retired again, this time for good.
But then in 2015, they moved again - this time to Grand Junction, IA, where she was surrounded by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Emily passed away suddenly in her home there on April 9, 2016.
Emily was predeceased by her adored daughter, Debra Ann Heaning; grandson, Kenny M. Heaning; and brother, Fred Viano. She is survived by her loving husband of 63 years, Bill Heaning; son, Ken Heaning and his wife Kathleen; son, Bill Heaning and his wife Sindee; sister, Joan Handy; and brother, Richard Viano. She is also survived by seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
A private service was held in Jefferson, IA. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice.
(Gloversville Leader-Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Larue A Guthrie
Murray, KY, to the late Connie Estes & Maudie (Garrison) Armstrong. Larue was a 7 year resident of this area coming from her longtime home in Cape Coral, FL. Larue and her husband Fred were business owners and very active in Cape Coral, FL from 1967 2009. They bought the Malaga Motel, where Larue co-owned the motel and became a successful Realtor in Cape Coral. Larue and Fred were longtime active members of the Cape Coral Baptist Church.
Larue is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Fred B. Guthrie, in 2010, sister, Harue Paris, and brother, JC Armstrong. Larue is survived by her daughters; Debbye (Tom) Warrell, of Brooksville, FL, Linda (Brian) Potter, of Odessa, FL, grandson, Christopher John (Yuka) Ruskowski, Spring Hill, FL, granddaughter, Victoria Sue (Eric) Abdon, of Somerset, KY, great-grandsons, Christopher John Ruskowski II, Spring Hill, FL, and Brody Abdon, of Somerset, KY. Funeral arrangements and cremation are entrusted to the Turner Funeral Homes, Spring Hill Drive Chapel. At Larue's request there will be no funeral services. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Larue's honor to the Hernando Pasco Hospice Foundation, 12107 Majestic Blvd. Hudson, FL. 34667-2455.
(Cape Coral Daily Breeze)Feb 3, 2016
Best & worst cities to get married
Mo., the city with the lowest.
The number of venues and event spaces per capita is highest in Orlando, Fla., which is 84 times greater than in Cape Coral, Fla., the city with the lowest.
The number of event planners per capita is highest in Washington, which is 14 times greater than in Stockton, Calif., the city with the lowest.
The number of photographers per capita is highest in San Francisco, which is 39 times greater than in Newark, N.J., the city with the lowest.
The number of musicians per capita is highest in San Francisco, which is 104 times greater than in El Paso, Texas, the city with the lowest.
The number of bridal shops per capita is highest in Salt Lake City, which is 31 times greater than in Detroit, the city with the lowest.
The number of flower shops per capita is highest in Miami, which is 14 times greater than in North Las Vegas, Nev., the city with the lowest.
Read the entire breakdown here: https://wallethub.com/edu/best-and-worst-cities-to-get-married/18721/
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