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Order flowers and gifts from Rich Design's Flowers located in Homosassa FL for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 6007 S Suncoast Blvd, Homosassa Florida 34614 Zip. The phone number is (352) 628-4133. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rich Design's Flowers in Homosassa FL. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rich Design's Flowers delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Oct 10, 2019

Former Fire Chief In Point Pleasant Boro, Business Owner Dies - Point Pleasant, NJ Patch

A former Point Pleasant Boro fire chief and local business owner has died, according to his obituary. Ernest Roy Lauer, of Homosassa, Fla., 81, passed away after a brief illness on Sept. 21 in Brooksville, Fla, according to his obituary. He was born in Hackensack on Feb. 9, 1938, and raised in Point Pleasant, where he resided for 35 years. He was the co-owner/operator of Lauer Brothers Plumbing and Heating in Point Pleasant. Lauer was a life member of the New Jersey State Firemen's Association and was the first ever cadet at Fire Company No. 2 in Point Pleasant when it was founded in 1955, according to his obituary. He was just a year too young to be an official charter member, but he was very involved in the station's founding, his obituary said. He became chief of the department in 1971. He was an avid outdoorsman and purchased the family's vacation home on the Eastern Shore of Virginia before eventually moving there in 1980. After retiring to Florida in 1990, Lauer worked as a park ranger at Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park, according to his obituary. He owned several antique cars, most recently...

Dec 28, 2016

Experienced decorator brings new life to Daffodil Hill Florist

The out-front sign mentions florist, antiques, gifts, floral and event decorators. Neighbors here and from neighborhoods to Homosassa and New Port Richey are now counted among Richardson's customers. Noting the appeal to locals, he explained, "If they're going out to dinner, they can stop and grab a flower or a candle or a (hostess) gift and never have to leave the beach." As for those farther afield, the 50-something entrepreneur pointed out, "We're a premier shop for FTD." Daffodil Hill boasts a staff of three certified floral designers and enough business to keep them busy. "Darren's the more creative," designer Rose Rose said. "If you give Darren a box of stuff, he can make something of it." Richardson said his 30-plus years in the industry enable him to compose an arrangement in minutes. But he might have turned over in his mind a design, its inclusions and enhancements over a period of days before he picks up a stem. "This is a whole lot more than a florist," Richardson pointed out. "It's not your grandma's flower shop. Because of the uniqueness of the stock, it's a must-see store." The offering of home decor pieces ranges through vases, hand-blown glass butterfly and hummingbird feeders, tabletop accessories and lamps, and downsized animal replicas, with butterflies and owls currently popular. A few antiques remain, their usual space overtaken by Christmas items. The affable staff is joined after school hours by eager 9-year-old Aydan Marahilli, Richardson's grandson, who goes by the dual title of stock manager and tour director. In leading a descriptive look-through, Aydan said, "A lot of things are odd. We look at what would fit the store with its surroundings so it looks pretty." An adult might replace "odd" with "eclectic." Pointing to a vase of unadorned salmon-hued silk parrot tulips, Ayden said customers may buy the bunch or a single stem. "It's up to them, whatever the customer wants." In addition to custom arrangements, the designers decorate homes for a range of parties and businesses for special events. Said Aydan of his grandpa... (

Apr 22, 2016

Murder victim 'spent her life caring for others'

Scott Borchers; Sioux City, SD, her step brothers, TJ  Embertson and Aric Embertson, Sioux Falls, SD; her step sister, Bristy Embertson, Homosassa, FL; her aunts, Mary (Lyle) Huemoeller, Sioux Falls, SD; Roxy Burden, Sioux Falls, SD; Julie (Al) Ercanbrack, Bertram, TX, her uncles, Jay Julian, Donelson, TN; Cal Julian and Guy Julian, Sioux Falls, SD, Richard (Linda) DeRemer, Trent Woods, NC; Jim DeRemer, Parkville, MD; Harold (Mary) Smith, Sioux Falls, SD; her cousins, her nieces, and a very large extended family.  She was preceded in death by her father, Richard Smith, her maternal grandparents Betty Miller and George Julian; her paternal grandparents, Irene and Ernest Smith, her step-sister, Jennifer King; her uncles, Melvin Smith, Loren Smith, George Burden; her aunts, Lugene Theel, Elizabeth Smith, Bonita Voress, Beverly Peterson; cousins, Ashley Julian-Hammerly; Shannon Ingalls. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal! ~author unknown Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to those who extended their sympathy, love, support, and helpfulness to us so beautifully during this tragedy.  May you all be richly blessed.  The family of Jennie Smith-Solorzano. In Lieu of flowers please consider a memorial directed to: College For Jennie's Kids 0001 at Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union 605-334-2741 PO Box 5735 Sioux Falls, SD, 57117-5735 Read or Share this story: ... (Sioux Falls Argus Leader)

Feb 2, 2016

Diane "Dee Stage" Arneson, Homossassa, FL

Diane "Dee Stage" Arneson, 82, beloved mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend passed away peacefully Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, at her home in Homosassa, FL. She was surrounded in song by those who loved her dearly as Jesus came and called her name. She was the heart and center of a very large family and extended family whose lives she touched with her kind, sweet, and gentle spirit. She was an avid golfer, bowler, hunter, fisher, and lover of country and polka music. She was employed by General Motors for 31 years, retiring in 1988. Dee is survived by her brothers and sisters: Suzanne Conroy, Rosalind "Shorty" Ford, Jare "Chief" Woerth, and Donald Woerth; her children: Phillip Stage, David Stage, Susan Stage, Kathy Retzlaff and their spouses; many nieces; nephews; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; church family; and friends. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Kenneth Stage in 1995; her second husband, Carlos Arneson in 2001; her sisters, Yvonne "Bonnie" Conroy and Marlene "Muggs" Carpenter; and brother, William Woerth. Dee was a member at the Suncoast Baptist Church in Homosassa, FL, where there will a celebration of life Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015, at 11 a.m. Her remains will be laid to rest with her husband, Kenneth Stage, at Milton Lawns Memorial Park i... (Gazettextra)

Jan 8, 2016

Priscilla Larsson, 88

Presbyterian Church of Fairfield, serving terms as both Deacon and Elder. She married George E. Larsson in 2000 after which they located to Homosassa and Lecanto, Florida. She was active in the 1st Presbyterian Church of Inverness, serving on various committees in that church. She is survived by her husband, George E. Larsson; her son Eric S. Phelps; a daughter-in-law, Marilyn; granddaughter, Jennifer and her husband John; two great-granddaughters, Baily and Shelby, all of whom reside in Crestview, Florida; one sister, Helen Sweet and her husband Jack of Trumbull; and one brother Raymond and his wife Mary who reside in Grand Forks, North Dakota; a step-daughter Ellen Picard and her husband Roger of Williamsburg, Virginia; and step-son, Eric K. Larsson, Sr., and his wife, Veronica who reside in Connecticut; seven step-grandchildren, and one step-great granddaughter, and several nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held in Williamsburg at Stone House Presbyterian Church at 1 p.m. Saturday, December 12. Her ashes will be placed in Lawncroft Cemetery in Fairfield, Connecticut. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Stone House Presbyterian Church, 9401 Fieldstone Parkway, Toano, VA 23168 or Hospice House, 4445 Powhatan Parkway, Williamsburg, Virginia 23188. Please leave online condolences for the family at Nelsen Funeral Home. To view the full list of WYDaily obituaries, click here.   Nelsen Funeral Home, Stone House Presbyterian Church Comments ... (Williamsburg Yorktown Daily)

Jan 8, 2016

David V. “Dave” Trumbauer (1940-2015)

JESUP -- David Vernon Trumbauer, 75, of Homosassa, Fla., formerly of Waterloo and Denver, died Thursday, Dec. 10, at Hospice House of Citrus and the Nature Coast in Lecanto, Fla. He was born Jan. 12, 1940, at the family home in Jesup, son of Vernon L. and Elsa M. Christy Trumbauer. He graduated from Jesup High School in 1958. He married Diane Alcorn on June 16, 1962, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Waterloo. Dave started working as a draftsman at the John Deere Waterloo Tractor Works and worked as an engineer and in product development before retiring after more than 30 years of service. After retirement, he supported and assisted his wife in building a doll repair and restoration business which they operated from their home in Homosassa, where they located in 1994. Dave also served in the Iowa National Guard and was a lifelong member of the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church. Survived by: his wife; a daughter, Brenda (W. Scott) Dryer of Jewell; a son, Mark of Palm City, Fla.; three grandchildren, William Michael, Katharine Elsa,... (Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier)


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