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Florists in Belmond, IA

Find local Belmond, Iowa florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Belmond and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Belmond Flower Shops

Accents On Main

323 E Main
Belmond, IA 50421
(641) 444-3534

Andrews Floral-Andrews Funeral Homes

516 1St St Se
Belmond, IA 50421
(641) 444-4474

Belmond IA News

Sep 14, 2016

Indigenous flowers‚ candles and a set menu for 90 guests at ...

Mandela will be joined by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa at the birthday bash‚ to be held at the Planet Restaurant and Bar at the renowned Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel. The event precedes her actual birthday: the former wife of late statesman Nelson Mandela officially turns 80 on September 26. One of the organisers of the event‚ Aubrey Ngcungama‚ today told TMG Digital that the dinner will include an address by Ramaphosa‚ speeches by some of the Mandela family members and possibly an address by Madikizela-Mandela herself. “It is her birthday‚ so we don’t want to make any promises that she will be speaking. Of course we would love her to though‚” Ngcungama said. “The menu will consist of a set menu with a light starter of asparagus‚ a fish or a meat main‚ and a tray of citrus for dessert. “The décor is also very very understated. “The tables will be covered with a white tablecloth with a scattering of indigenous flowers with some candles and simple glassware‚” Ngcungama added. Approximately 90 guests will join Madikizela-Mandela for the celebratory black-tie dinner. "The capacity of the restaurant is 90 people‚ so it's going to be relatively intimate‚" Ngcungama added. A tribute concert is also scheduled for Cape Town on Thursday. Veteran artists Letta Mbulu and Caiphus Semenya will “curate and perform” at the Artscape concert‚ with tickets on offer from R200 to R750 from Computicket‚ the Mandela Legacy said. Expla... (Times LIVE)

Apr 22, 2016

Famed Iowa philanthropist Richard Jacobson dies

Iowans to follow his example.(Photo: Special to the Register) Before he graduated in 1954, Richard Jacobson’s high school classmates in tiny Belmond, Iowa., nominated him “least likely to succeed.” They couldn’t have been more wrong. In 1968, with a single warehouse and a few thousand dollars, he founded Jacobson Cos. in Des Moines, eventually turning the business into a shipping and logistics giant employing thousands of workers. But it is Jacobson's philanthropy that likely will be his greatest legacy. He gave hundreds of millions of dollars to Iowa's universities and the Mayo Clinic — many of those gifts were the largest those institutions had ever received to that date — and inspired other wealthy Iowans to follow his example. “Dick’s commitment to contributing to make a difference is one of the reasons (it’s) instilled in me that you ought to do that when you have success,” said Iowa Board of Regents President and businessman Bruce Rastetter. Jacoboson died Friday at his Florida home of stomach cancer. He was 79. Born in Greeley, Colo., Jacobson grew up in Belmond.  Friends, employees and business partners described Jacobson as a quick-witted storyteller, a humble Iowan, a frugal businessman and a generous giver. When employees stayed at a hotel on a business trip, Jacobson expected them to bring back pens, pads and other hotel-provided items. DES MOINES REGISTER Richard Jacobson was Cyclone, Hawkeye, Panther, Bulldog “He never wanted to see a purchased pen in the office,” said Doug Den Adel, the trust manager for the Rich... (DesMoinesRegister.com)

Jan 8, 2016

Doris Rose (Mickelson) Greenwood

Doris Rose (Mickelson) Greenwood, 94, of Belmond, IA, most recently of Pella, IA, died, Saturday, January 2, 2016, at the Comfort House Hospice Home in Pella, IA, with her family at her side. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, January 5, 2016, 1:30 PM, at Belmond United Methodist Church, 1031 1st Street S.E.  The Reverend Leila Blackburn will be officiating.  Burial will be in the Belmond Cemetery.  Visitation will be Monday at the Andrews Funeral Home, 516 1sty Street S.E., Belmond from 5-7 PM and will continue one hour prior to the service at church Tuesday. The family of Doris Greenwood would like to thank you for helping pay respects to our loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and aunt.  We appreciate your support at this time.  Those wishing to express their sympathies through a memorial in Doris name in lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the Pella Comfort House, 505 Union Street, Pella, IA 50219, or the Belmond-Klemme Scholarship Foundations I and II, Belmond-Klemme High School Scholarship... (KIOW)

May 31, 2015

William Mock

Minneapolis before being transferred to Clarion in 1954. He later worked for Weitmon’s flower shop and on his own before becoming a custodian at Belmond Middle School in 1964. Upon his retirement in 1994, Bill continued to help local florists.Bill married Margaret Louise Pick at St. John’s Catholic Church on July 25, 1955. The couple made their home in Clarion and raised their daughter, Ramona. In 2010, Bill and Louise moved to Fremont, Neb., to be closer to Ramona, and later to Montrose, Colo., with Ramona and her family. Bill and Louise were voted Valentine King and Queen at the Fremont Friendship Center in 2014.Bill was a longtime member of St. John’s Catholic Church. He was active in choir and as a song leader. When the church guitar choir was organized, a contest was held to name the group.Bill’s suggestion of Te Deum Singers was chosen. He also prepared church floral decorations for holidays for many years. He researched and compiled a history of the parish for it’s centennial celebration.Bill enjoyed reading, antiques, baking, cooking and decorating for holidays. He was a history buff, having volunteered at the Heartland Museum in Clarion and Jenison Mechem Museum in Belmond. He was a member of the Clarion Historical Society and the Wright County Historical Society. Bill assisted with the ESL program in Clarion.Bill was a loving father and husband and was Louise’s caretaker following her illness up until the time of his injury on Easter Sunday this year. He was stoic, tough and quietly defeated pancreatic cancer eight years ago.Most of all, Bill will be remembered as a wonderful, helpful and caring person, always willing to lend a hand.Bill is survived by his wife, Louise Mock of Montrose, Colo.; daughter Ramona (Vincent) Laboy of Montrose, Colo.; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; stepson Douglas (Barbara) Benson of Fort Dodge and daughter Emily; brother Robert (Marlene) Mock of Brookings; sister-in-law Mary Jean (Bob) Hocraffer of Clarion; along with numerous nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.Bill was preceded i... (Montrose, Colo.: March 18, 1932 – May 28, 2015 - Brookings Register)