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Florists in Beecher, IL

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Beecher Flower Shops

Flowers & Stones

987 Dixie Hwy
Beecher, IL 60401
(708) 946-3611

Beecher IL News

Feb 27, 2020

Obituary: Diana N. Rogers Of Brewster - Southeast, NY Patch

From the Beecher Funeral Home Diana N. Rogers, of Brewster, NY, died peacefully in her own home on February 26, 2020 with her family by her side. She was 73 years old.Born on July 29, 1946 in Niagara Falls, NY, daughter of the late Hugo and Dorothy (Drazdik) Marinucci. Diana graduated from John J. High School in Howard Beach, received her bachelor's degree from Hunter College and continued her education at Western Connecticut State University to receive her master's degree in special education.On November 28, 1964 she married the love of her life William J. Rogers in Howard Beach, NY. William predeceased his wife on January 21, 2012.Mrs. Rogers was a special education teacher with the Carmel School District for over 25 years before she retired. She was a total bookworm, loved science and learning about the universe. Learning about her ancestry became a great passion of hers. She loved owls and photography.A graveside service will be held on Saturday March 7, 2020 at Milltown Rural Cemetery, Bre...

Jul 27, 2017

Welcome to my world: Flowers do speak

Yes, flowers indeed express what we can’t seem to say ourselves. I’ll let Harriet Beecher say what I can’t seem to say: “Flowers are the sweetest things that God made and forgot to put a soul into.”... (Boyertown Berk Montgomery Newspapers)

Jan 26, 2017

Michigan State CB target Emmanuel Flowers shares hopes for official visit; Spartans stay active in Atlanta area

He put up 20 points and 10 rebounds Friday in a 79-37 win over Utica Eisenhower, then 27 and 6 while helping Dakota beat Flint Beecher the next day. 2017 Clarkston (Mich.) point guard Foster Loyer can’t stop scoring. He dropped 20 points Thursday against Hazel Park and another 28 Friday at Western International. He led Clarkston to wins in both games as the Wolves remain undefeated on the year.

Nov 18, 2016

Aster are last blast of bloom in fall garden | Living |

It has been all the time preparing for what is to follow, and in autumn it is the glory of the field.” — Henry Ward Beecher For some gardeners in the Great Plains, summer can’t end soon enough. Heat and humidity have taken their toll and flowers have begun to fade. But before trees and shrubs take on fall reds and yellows, asters give a last blast of bloom with masses of daisy-like flowers in shades of pink, white, blue, magenta and purple. The name aster comes from the Greek word astron, meaning “star,” referring to the shape of the flower head. The flowers not only enhance the fall garden, but also produce nectar for migrating butterflies and other beneficial insects. Some asters thrive in poor, dry soil and others like their feet wet. There is an aster for almost any spot in the garden, from full sun to shade. Some of the best asters for home landscapes are listed below in order from shortest to tallest. To minimize confusion, all of them are listed by common name as well as with the scientific name of Aster (all of them are in the aster botanical family but some are now in the genus Symphyotrichum). This is only a small sampling; there... (Omaha World-Herald)

Nov 9, 2016

Brewster transplant advocate dies at age 27

Bettcher died Nov. 3 at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. She was 27. A wake will be held Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Beecher Funeral Home, 1 Putnam Ave., Brewster. Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. the following morning at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Brewster. An interment will follow at Raymond Hill Cemetery in Carmel, according to her obituary. Her family has asked that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to New York State Donate Life (, an organization that Bettcher served as a spokesperson for after undergoing her transplant. EDITORIAL: Jessi-Ann Bettcher, a true heart hero ORGAN DONATION: Orangeburg heart transplant teen urges signup LAUREN'S LAW: Albany officials extend law to 2020 In October 2006, barely two months into her junior year at Brewster High School, Bettcher was diagnosed with Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy a condition which enlarges the heart, weakening its ability to pump blood. An accomplished soccer player, Bettcher was sidelined and tutored at home for the rest of the year, as she needed a pacemaker, defibrillator and medication to keep her heart stimulated. Nine months after her diagnosis, Bettcher collapsed and was rushed to the hospital, where doctors determined she was in complete heart failure. Just a few days after being transferred to New York-Presbyterian to await a transplant, the family received word a donor was found. She was discharged in June and began slowly working her way back to the soccer field. That fall, she returned to classes at Brewster High School. After graduating in 2008, Bettcher went on to earn an associate’s... (The Journal News |

Aug 15, 2016

Bridal Focus: Flowers are the center of a wedding

Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made and forgot to put a soul into.”Henry Ward Beecher It’s hard to imagine a modern wedding without any flowers. In fact while some weddings are ripe with blossoms, arrangements which took months of planning and work to prepare for and create, some people just decide that a wedding should have flowers at the last minute. “We get that every once in awhile,” said Jackie Davis, the owner of Price Floral. “Someone will walk in and say ‘My daughter’s getting married this afternoon at the courthouse and we need some flowers.’” And so goes the life of a florist. They are expected to make magic on the spur of the moment and often at the lowest cost possible. Sometimes that just means simplicity. “People that have weddings will often splurge on the wedding bouquet, and cut back on other things,” said Beth Procarione the owner of Love Floral in Price. “They come in with ideas from Pinterest and then we have to tailor the wants with the budget and the needs they have.” Procarione says that in this day and age it is not uncommon for brides, ... (Sun Advocate - Price Sun Advocate)