Florists in Byron, IL
Find local Byron, Illinois florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Byron 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.
Byron Flower Shops
105 South Market Stree
Byron, IL 61010
133 West 2Nd Street
Byron, IL 61010
Byron IL News
Jan 25, 2019
McLennan Flowers and Gifts Updates Their 'Love and Romance' Catalogue of Floral Designs - Press Release - Digital Journal
Valentine's heart sing.
They deliver throughout London, Ontario and surrounding areas including Arva, Belmont, Byron, Denfield, Dorchester, Glanworth, Ilderton, Kilworth, Komoka, Lucan, Lambeth, Muncey, Mt. Brydges, Oneida, St. Thomas, Thamesford, Thorndale.
One of their happy customers commented, "We have used McLennan Flowers and Gifts for all of our florist needs for over 20 years. From client gifts to photo shoots to numerous special occasion arrangements, McLennan Flowers has always provided us with a great product and even better customer service. Their pricing is great, and we have always seen a lot of value for what we receive."
About McLennan Flowers and Gifts:
Since 1995, McLennan Flowers and Gifts has been supplying beautiful floral arrangements that suit any occasion at an affordable cost. Visit https://www.mclennanflowers.com/ for more information.Media ContactCompany Name: McLennan Flowers and GiftsContact Person: Mary Ann VerberneEmail: Send EmailPhone: 519-652-2042Address:2445 Main St City: LondonState: OntarioCountry: CanadaWebsite: www.mclennanflowers.com... Aug 17, 2018
Tre Flowers impresses in debut, could be second Seahawks rookie in 2 years to win starting job at corner
He started filling in for injured veteran Byron Maxwell (hip flexor) on Tuesday.
In front of a crowd of 68,418 in Thursday night's 19-17 preseason loss to the Colts, Flowers played all 34 snaps at the position in the first half. The ball was thrown in his direction just four times, resulting in one pass interference call, two catches for short gains and a deep incompletion he knocked down in the end zone. He also chipped in two tackles.
"It's very different," Flowers said of his transition to cornerback. "It's a lot more technical. You've always got somebody in front of you, and this defense you're always going to be in somebody's face, so you've got to stay true to your technique and just really believe in it."
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was plenty impressed with the rookie's debut.
"I can't wait to see the film," Carroll said. "He was out there for the entire half, playing football. I thought he did well.
"He had the one penalty with great coverage. He was there. I think he grabbed him when he didn't even have to do it to make the play. We'll be able to really teach from that. Stayed up on top of the deep ball, down in the end zone. I thought a pretty good first outing."
... Apr 20, 2018
Bay Area's big Flower & Garden Show at a new venue this year
Bay Area designers and landscapers as Western Gardens Nursery (Pleasanton), Moon Rox Studio (Dublin), Gomes Nursery (Oakland), Cummings Landscape (Byron), The Waterfall Guy (Menlo Park), Connie’s Pond and Koi (Castro Valley), Tropical Gardens (Sunnyvale), Dells Ivy Acres (Sunol), Bay Area Waterscape (Walnut Creek), Leiber Landscapes (Walnut Creek), Goulart Design (Hayward), Clark’s Home & Garden (Union City), San Francisco City College’s horticulture department and the California Native Plant Society.Details: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, until 6 p.m Sunday; $17.50 early bird; $22 general admission; $40 for a five-day pass; www.sfgardenshow.com.Feb 3, 2017
Obituaries for Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017
Fely Begonia; brothers John Begonia Jr. of Ewa Beach, Reuben Begonia of Mililani, Clarence Ariola Jr. of Koloa, Roland Ariola of Mililani and Byron Ariola of Eleele; sisters Bobbi Rogelstad of Mesa, Ariz., Stella Begonia of San Jose, Jackie Ariola Munos of Lawai and Clarissa Schraufnagel of Belleville, Ill. and numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Memorial services will be held on Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Garden Island Mortuary Chapel in Lawai. Visitation will be from 2 to 3 p.m. with her celebration of life to begin at 3 p.m.
The family suggests casual attire and that flowers be omitted.
Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.
Joseph Michael Polan
Joseph Michael Polan of Puhi passed away at home on Jan. 17 at the age of 76. He was born in Lihue on April 7, 1940, and retired from Grove Farm as their construction supervisor.
He was preceded in death by his daughter Marciel Polan; brother Andrew Polan; and sister Judi Spencer.
He is survived by his wife Dorothy Chisai Polan; daughter Michele Polan; son Michael (Cheryl) Polan; granddaughters Sasha, Shyla, Nicole and Natalie; grandsons DJ and Michael Jr.; great-grandchildren Kingsten, Kazu, Shyli, Austin and Avery; sisters Alice Rowe and Bea Ebinger; brother Tuffy Poe; niece Lani (Aylward) Aranio; nephews Kalei, Sam and Sol Van Gieson; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, Jan. 27, at Immaculate Conception Church, with visitation from 8 a.m. and Mass celebrated at 10 a.m.
Kauai Memorial... (Thegardenisland.com)Oct 27, 2016
Football notes: Kristan Flowers hopes to help Elgin see the light
Bill McCarty said. "We knew all about these teams."
The Cogs finish Friday at Mendota (1-7, 1-6) and could go unbeaten in the Big Northern with Byron (8-0, 7-0). The two would share the title since the top two teams do not face each other in this 11-team conference.
Rockford Christian is slated to leave in 2018 to become independent, making for an even schedule.
ELGIN VS. LARKIN
(Larkin leads 7-3 last 10 meetings)
2006 – Larkin 47, Elgin 28
2007 – Larkin 53, Elgin 35
2008 – Larkin 15, Elgin 6
2009 – Elgin 28, Larkin 21
2010 – Elgin 28, Larkin 7
2011 – Larkin 22, Elgin 21
2012 – Larkin 40, Elgin 12
2013 – Larkin 46, Elgin 28
2014 – Elgin 31, Larkin 13
2015 – Larkin 27, Elgin 13
... (Chicago Tribune)Sep 21, 2016
Wedding at UI hospital chapel includes heart transplant bride, son on waiting list
Five years after Nikole’s heart transplant surgery, Jordan found herself back in Iowa City where her other daughter, Tarryn Erickson, 30, of Port Byron, Illinois, also received a new heart at age 21. She, too, suffers from dilated cardiomyopathy, a condition that reduces the heart’s ability to pump blood.
Now, Jordan continues to wait for news there is a heart for her grandson.
Dr. Erik Edens, director of pediatric heart transplant at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital, said Kameron is “high” on the waiting list and could receive a heart any day.
He said this is the first time the UI hospital has ever had a mother-son transplant combination. He’s certain the condition they suffer from is genetic, but said researchers have not yet found the exact source on the genetic code.
Like a member of the family, Edens also attended Saturday’s wedding.
Jordan said she takes comfort in knowing the same doctor who performed Nikole’s surgery is on board for Kameron if and when a suitable organ is found.
“As bad as the situation was, it gave so much comfort to have that relationship established,” she said. “It’s really amazing that as a family, we have the ability to move forward, even during the times that aren’t ideal.”
A CHANCE TO FIND LOVE
After saying “I do” on Saturday, Nikole and Brandon Kommer, ate cupcakes and sipped iced tea in the Healing Garden outside the main entrance of the hospital. The bride immediately kicked off her shoes and family members posed for photos.
Katrina Frondle thought back to the dark days after her son died 15 years ago and the choice she made to donate his heart.
“I looked at all the negative things and I got to thinking, ‘There’s a little girl who got a chance to find love and get married,’” Frondle said.
“I’m so glad I made the right choice. When I hug (Nikole) my whole body tingles.”
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