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Order flowers and gifts from Ridge Florist, Inc. located in Lake Placid FL for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 201 Interlake Blvd, Lake Placid Florida 33852 Zip. The phone number is (863) 465-4092. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Ridge Florist, Inc. in Lake Placid FL. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Ridge Florist, Inc. delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Ridge Florist, Inc.
201 Interlake Blvd
Lake Placid
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(863) 465-4092
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Mar 19, 2020

Obituary: James George Case - The Ithaca Voice

He was the head trainer for Summit Lacrosse which was located across multiple locations although he spent many summers in Lake Placid, NY. He was the athletic trainer for the US Lacrosse National teams for the World Lacrosse Games in 1994 and 1998 and had served as an intern with the Detroit Lions. He also refereed basketball through IAABO. YOUR LOCAL OBITUARY NEWS IS MADE POSSIBLE WITH SUPPORT FROM: When Jim and Ladeen moved to Ithaca in 1988, he was the only Detroit Lions and Tigers fan in Tompkins County. His number one priority was always his family. He dreamed big and loved to shower his wife and kids with gifts as his heart was always in the right place. He was a sports enthusiast. He always had the newest technology and loved his gadgets. He enjoyed woodworking and starting projects no matter how long they took. Jim handmade jersey frames for every Senior Cornell Lacrosse player for many years. A man that was full of life and filled the room with his sense of humor, he was a friend to all that met him. His wisecracks are still being repeated today and no one was immune to his quick wit. Jim was the go-to guy for so many. He was constantly helping and consulting many family & friends with their injuries and health. He was a mentor to many and was known as a great friend who took the time to listen. He always put everyone’s interests ahead of his own. You could always count on Jim to meet you for “just one”. He lived the Cornell lacrosse motto, “Leave every place better than you found it and well done is better than well said” #WD>WS #LDG ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW Jim’s family has been grateful for the love and support everyone has shown. The kind words have meant so much. Unfortunately, due to the current situation, the family will have a private service this week but plans to have a Celebration of Life on his birthday May 22, 2020 and further details will be provided as the date gets closer. In lieu of flowers, you can help the Case Family by donating to the Jim Case Memorial Family Fund either electronically via Venmo Account: @JimCase-MemorialFamilyFund or by mail to Tompkins Trust Co., Jim Case Memorial Fund, c/o Thomas Cannon, PO Box 460, Ithaca, NY 14851. Checks may be made payable to Jim Case Memorial Family Fund. Featured image courtesy of Cornell Athletics Share this: ...

Jan 8, 2016

Friends, family and community members in Canton remember 102-year-old World ...

Honor Flight he took with other veterans in October to see the World War II monument in Washington, D.C. His daughter WendyLee Mielke, of Lake Placid, Fla., who accompanied him on that flight, said her father loved the attention he received from military supporters at airport celebrations during the trip, something he missed out on earlier in life because he was too busy with work and family to join the local VFW. “A lot of emotions came up for dad there,” she said, adding that visiting the World War II monument was also an emotional, memory-filled experience for him. Mrs. Mielke said of all her father’s qualities, what impacted her most was his love: love for people and animals as a credit manager and farmer, love for service in working with his church, Renewal House, and as a local literacy volunteer, and love for her mother, becoming her caregiver for the final eight years in a two-decade battle with Parkinson’s disease. “His love for my mom was so great that it just showed us how to love others,” she said. “His love and care for her was outstanding.” According to an obituary submitted to the Times, Mr. Pierce passed away peacefully at his Riverside Drive home Dec. 28. Born in Orleans on Cape Cod, Mass., in 1913, Mr. Pierce graduated from Stockbridge School of Agriculture in animal husbandry at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He was area manager of Farm Credit in Wallingford, Conn., and then in Canton for 25 years, also operating a dairy farm in Chipman with his wife, Phyllis Broderick, and three children. In four campaigns during World War II, he served as a master sergeant in the Army’s 43rd Infantry Division, and was awarded medals including a Bronze Star. A memorial service honoring Mr. Pierce will be held at the First Presbyterian Church in Canton at 1 p.m. Thursday. In lieu of flowers, please make any donations to Renewal House, 3 Chapel St. Condolences may be shared with his family online at (


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