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Feb 9, 2017

Hall of Fame inductee Flowers had impact beyond athletic field

There’s a lot of rich tradition in the Chattahoochee Valley area in coaches and players.”Flowers had brief stints later in his coaching career at Dougherty and Troup, but it was at Shaw where he made his mark, spending 18 years at the helm of the Raider football and baseball programs. He reached the pinnacle of his success at Shaw in the 2000-01 school year, winning a football state championship in the fall and a baseball state championship in the spring.“To win the baseball and football state championship in the same year really stands out to me,” Flowers said. “We had tremendous young men and very dedicated coaches. Those coaches put the time in and worked extremely hard. They were on top of things. The faculty and administration made it truly a family atmosphere. To culminate that in the spring by beating your crosstown rival in Columbus High School was phenomenal.”The full-year schedule of coaching duties at Shaw was rigorous on Flowers, but rewarding as well.“It was difficult, because we were usually in the football playoffs, then we’d turn around and get ready for baseball,” he said. “Then when you were in the baseball playoffs, you’d have spring football and summer baseball. It was a balancing act, but we never really put an emphasis on spring football because the guys we had played both sports. Spring football was a lot of fundamentals and teaching and not a lot of contact. “Now if you give the option to young men of playing baseball or putting on the pads for spring football, you know what the answer’s going to be. Those days were fun. I can’t say enough about that and the great atmosphere. “I was truly blessed to ha... (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)

Jul 5, 2016

Roots: Fabulous Flowers began as teen's dream

Anne, Tom and Katie Dougherty in 1872, during the construction of the second (and current) shop, which is located at 217 W. Ridge Road.(Photo: Provided) Some teenagers get a car for their graduation. Anne Dougherty got a flower shop. The 17-year-old had already completed a floral design program by the time she finished high school and with the help of her parents and boyfriend, she pursued her dream by opening Fabulous Flowers on West Ridge Road in 1958. Anne’s parents were initially skeptical of her boyfriend’s involvement with the business. She recalled, “My dad looked at him and he said, ‘OK, what are your intentions, Tom?’ and Tom said, ‘Well, I’m going to help get her out of debt.’” The answer satisfied Anne’s father, and the couple grew both the business and a family. The pair essentially raised their three daughters, Carmel, Colleen and Katie, in the floral shop. “We changed diapers on the flower table,” Anne admitted. The unconventional child-rearing setting suited the girls just fine. “The flor... (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)

Apr 22, 2016

Employee and wife killed in tragic PA accident

Unicco, at Westminster Choir College on Rider’s Princeton campus. The funeral service for both will be held on April 16 at 1 p.m. at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania. Mike Reca, associate vice president of Facilities and Auxiliary Services, expressed the grief that he shares with everyone who knew Sochalski and his family. “We are deeply saddened by the loss of our colleague,” Reca said. “He was a valuable worker, but most importantly, he was a friend. I’d also like to offer my condolences to his mother and the entire family in this very difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.” David’s mother, Michele Sochalski, also works at Rider. She is the business coordinator in the Office of Information Technology. Around 2 a.m., the couple, both residents of Bensalem, Pennsylvania, were traveling southbound on Route 1 between the Oxford Valley and Route 13 exits. A vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road hit them head-on, according to the accident’s lead investigator, Officer Stephanie Metterle of the Falls Township Police Department. The impact caused one of the cars to flip over the concrete median into the northbound lane, where it struck a disabled vehicle that was parked on the shoulder. The passengers of the third car were a 26-year-old couple from Bristol, Pennsylvania. The female passenger is eight-months pregnant, and she and her child, as well as her companion, are expected to make full recoveries. Shortly after the accident, Sochalski and his wife were pronounced dead at St. Mary. According to Metterle, the investigation is still in its preliminary stages and a search wa... (The Rider News)

Apr 22, 2016

Services Set For Bensalem Couple Killed In Car Crash

Puerto Rico.Family and friends are invited to call from 10 a.m. until the funeral service at 1 p.m., Saturday at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown. Interment will be held privately.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions payable to Garrison Sochalski's educational account can be made to PNC Bank, 91 Oxford Valley Rd., Yardley, PA 19067.David J. SochalskiDavid J. Sochalski was tragically killed in an automobile accident along with his fiancee, Carmen Zoveida Mendez, on Sunday, April 10, 2016. He was 30.Born in Langhorne, the son of Michele (Mathewson) and Gary D. Sochalski, David was a lifetime resident of Lower Bucks County. He was a 2004 graduate of Bucks County Technical High School.For the past 5 years, David followed in father's footsteps as an established HVAC mechanic employed at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ.He was an avid hunter, fisherman and Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Most important to him always was the love of his son, his fiancee, and spending time gathered with family.David will be remembered as a proud new father, having a one of kind booming personality and someone who was often instigator of many family jokes and pranks. He and his fiancee had huge hearts and would do anything to help whenever they were needed.He was the loving father of Garrison D. and brother of Tara (Kristofer) and Jacob Sochalski, and newest stepson, Carlito. David will also be sadly missed by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.He was predeceased by his Pap, Gram, Granny, and best friends Brandon and Brian.Family and friends may call on Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, where his funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m.. Interment will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions payable to Garrison Sochalski's educational account can be made to PNC Bank, 91 Oxford Valley Road, Yardley, PA 19067. (

Feb 3, 2016

Wrestling box scores: Jan. 27

Stuart, W, p. Joseph Heckman, 1:59; 170-Mike Rau, W, p. Anthony Franden, 4:45; 182-Salvatore Delpalazzo, E, p. Spencer Reitano, 4:08; 195-Joseph Dougherty, E, d. Carson Schultz, 6-1; 220-Benjamin Sperling, E, won by forfeit; 285-Mike Lewdowski, E, p. Kevin Palmisano, 2:38; 106-Alex Tweed, W, p. Matthew McGuckin, 5:02; 113-Jordan Pinette, E, d. Alex Baisch, 12-9; 120-Mike Shillingsford, W, d. Joseph Delpalazzo, 7-3; 126-Dom Pataky, W, p. Jacob Brocious, 1:48; 132-Colton Worrell, d. Joe Chelston, 6-3; 138-Joe Gaspari, W, d. Tanner Eldridge 4-3 (UTB); 145-Evan Fisler, W, p. Devon Eddis, 3:20; 152-Benjamin Forsman, E, d. Ricky Harold, 11-0. Cherry Hill West 49, Hammonton 23 120: Andrew Mays, H, p. John Boland, 0:15; 126: Shane Tambussi, CHW, d. Sean Falcone, 0:52; 132: Xavier Barker, CHW, d. William Boyle, 10-7; 138: Joe Ioannucci, CHW, md. David Diaz, 11-1; 145: Vaughn McFerrin, H, tf. Pat Durand, 15-0, 5:52; 1532 Brian McCarty, H, p. Nick Alberto, 4:56; 160: Connor Rogovich, CHW, md. Daniel Figueroa, 11-2; 170: Manny Morales, CHW, md. Anthony Tucci, 10-1; 182: Brandon Wasoski, CHW, md. Brett Beebe, 13-2; 195: James Potts, CHW, forfeit; 220: Brandon Moore, CHW, p. Tom Donio, 3:02; 285: Lorenzo Hernandez, CHW, p. Cameron DiGiovannangelo, 0:09; 106: Anthony Roman, H, p. Joe Rodi, 1:15; 113: Sean Taylor, CHW, p. Daniel Mutko, 1:43. Timber Creek 41, Winslow Twp. 24 285: Timothy Miles, W, d. Malik Woodson, 1-0; 106: Nicholas Digiacomo, T, p Matthew Jara, 4:59; 113: Clinton Foster, W, p Kameron Jenkins, 0:31; 120: Christian Bobe, T, d. Christian Klecz, 9-4; 126: Domenic Augello, T, d. Melvin Reid, 3-2; 132: Joshua Smith, T, p Christian King, 2:41; 138: Christian LaRoda, T, d. Corey Nichols, 11-3; 145: Demetri Goodwater-Worthington, W, p Ray French, 5:43; 152: Blaine Shade, T, d. Keshawn Branham, UTB 3-3; 160: Peyton Jones, T, d. Jordan Young, 17-3; 170: Charles McCall, W, p Christian Wells, 4:29; 182: Andres Camacho, T, p Robert Hutnyk, 1:31; 195: Kashon Gordan, T, p Keith Cole, 0:27; 220: Rashad Gayle, W, d. Christopher Waters, SV-1 3-1. Cherokee 31, Camden Catholic 30 220: Michael Kringler, C, d. Henry Morris, 8-7; 285: Chris King, CC, d. Robert Livshits, 9-6; 106: Ryan Rhoads, C, forfeit; 113: Lucas Revano, CC, d. Collin Wickramaratna, 11-5; 120: Anthony Croce, CC, d. Connor Cosgrove, 6-4; 126; Jacob Schoch, C, forfeit; 132: Jarret Ziegler, CC, d. Ryan Manahan, 12-6; 138: Mark McCormick, CC, tf. Ryan Burke, 25-10, 5:59; 145: Michael Richter, C, p. Christopher McGill, 3:34; 152; Joe Wilson,... (Cherry Hill Courier Post)

Feb 3, 2016

Prevalence and determinants of fatigue in patients with moderate to severe chronic GvHD

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