Florists in Concordia, KS
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Concordia Flower Shops
204 W 6Th
Concordia, KS 66901
125 W. Sixth
Concordia, KS 66901
Concordia KS News
Apr 4, 2021
Posted Apr 03, 2021 The Flower Nook: Connecting people and telling stories - Salina Post
DeBey said another group that occasionally has items featured at The Flower Nook are the nuns from the St. Joseph's Motherhouse in Concordia."They're such great women. I've had them here off and on. They brought in some crocheted dolls and now we have their quilts," she said.Some of the creations from Janet's Flower Garden. Salina Post photo" Some of the creations from Janet's Flower Garden. Salina Post photoAmong other artisan works on display so far this year at The Flower Nook is a colorful collection from Janet's Flower Garden. Janet Stanley "creates expressions of sentiment using pressed flowers, postcards, and oth... Mar 16, 2017
Clifton A. Nyleen | Obits | nrtoday.com
Hazel Haugan and wisely married her, June 7, 1947. They have five surviving children, Marsha, Jeff, Brad, Kim, and Shelly.He graduated from Lutheran Concordia College and Willamette University with a degree in business, and was a member of Beta Tau Sigma Fraternity, and spent 32 years in the banking industry.He had membership in Civitan International, the Elks, Lions Club and the American Legion. He wore many hats in the Legion and was proud of all of them.We could wallpaper the house with all the awards, achievements, citations, certificates, and more.He loved his church, the last being Saint John’s Lutheran in Sutherlin. He also enjoyed fishing, golf, bowling, and hunting with all of the relatives and family.The family would like to thank Pastor Gary for the beautiful service; all the family and friends who attended; and the flowers, cards, and prayers from those who couldn't attend.His son recited the poem "Just a Common Soldier," and relayed notes on Clif's life, found by his sister after his passing.The Grand-kids, Mark, Bo, Carly, Adam, Evan, and Joseph, were pallbearers.He was laid to rest at Cedar Hills Cemetery, with honors by the soldiers from the Oregon Army National Guard.RIP Dad, you deserve to. Miss you!... (NRToday.com)Jul 14, 2016
Horse-drawn carriage in place for Castile's funeral today
Several people shouldered the casket, draped with red and white roses, onto the carriage ahead of the procession starting at Brooks Funeral Home, 862 Concordia Av.
Once in place, a 10-year-old Belgian horse named Frank took the first steps with family members walking behind and many cars behind them. Dozens of people from the sidewalk, some on bikes and some carrying umbrellas, fell in and joined the procession to the cathedral under escort of a police squad car.
As the first late-morning raindrops fell, the carriage climbed up the hill to the cathedral roughly 40 minutes later.
Attendees in black suits and white gloves lowered Castile’s casket off the back of the carriage while family members went inside the cathedral through one door and the public around to another ahead of a two-hour visitation before the service.
The Rev. John Ubel, rector of the cathedral, will lead prayers. The Rev. Steve Daniels Sr., pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of St. Paul, will deliver the eulogy. A visiting choir will perform. The service is scheduled to run no longer than two hours.
The public is welcome at the noon funeral, but no still or video photography will be allowed inside the cathedral. Visitation begins at 10 a.m.
Castile’s mother, Valerie, appealed to everyone memorializing her son to refrain from giving interviews to reporters.
“Please, don’t turn this special occasion into a media circus!” she wrote on Twitter late Wednesday. “Philando deserves that much respect!”
Outside the funeral home before the procession, Toni Jefferson, of St. Paul, took the day off from her job at U. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
UTRGV Capsules: Vaqueros men's tennis sweeps Concordia
AUSTIN — The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros men’s tennis team did not lose a set as they swept the Concordia University Tornados 7-0 on Friday at the River Place Country Club.
The Vaqueros (2-1) swept through doubles as the duo of junior Juan Cruz Soria and sophomore Koby Jansen teamed up for the first time in the dual match season. Soria and Jansen defeated Gabriel Borunda and Jack Proctor 6-3.
The team of sophomore Elliot Johnstone and freshman Yehonatan Kaufman defeated Iosua Malaki and Micah Austin 6-2, while freshmen Harry Wells and Cosme Jubera remained undefeated on the season in doubles after defeating Victor Escalon and Adrian Montes 6-3.
In singles, the Vaqueros continued to roll as they recorded a trio of 6-0, 6-0 wins. Jansen didn’t drop a game to Escalon while Kaufman did the same against Austin, and Johnstone followed suit against Proctor.
Soria defeated Borunda 6-3, 6-2, while sophomore Ethan Ammon defeated Malaki 6-2, 6-1.
It was the first spring dual match in seven years for the Tornados (0-1) after last competing in 2008.
The Vaqueros head to Dallas to face the No. (Brownsville Herald)Jan 8, 2016
Jack Gould was born on April 30, 1928, in Concordia, Kansas and passed quietly in his home on Tuesday, December 29, 2015. He was the son of Orrin and Hazel Wagner Gould. Jack graduated Concordia High School in 1946, and served in the United States Marines on the USS Springfield as a military policeman. Following his time in the service he returned to Concordia where he married Phyllis Gile on March 26th, 1949. The Gould’s spent their entire married life in Concordia. Jack returned to work at the family implement business until his retirement in 1998. Jack is survived by four sons, James Gould (Anne) of Coronado, CA, Richard of Republic, KS, Robert of Concordia, and Lee (Debbie) of Salina, KS. He is also survived by his grandson Jared Gould (Kelly) of Waco, TX and his step-grand daughter Catharine Tobin (Chad Istas) of Coronado, CA. In addition, Jack is also survived by his brother Harold Gould of Eugene, Oregon and his niece Cindy. He is survived by sister-in-laws Beth Whitney, Joan Meili, Louise Kempton, Gertrude Heide (Ed),... (Belleville Telescope)Jan 8, 2016
Susan Lee Ireland
She will be greatly missed.
A Celebration of Life gathering will be held Monday, January 18, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Concordia Club, Gloversville, NY. Remember Sue, share your memories or stories at 6 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Mountain Valley Hospice, Gloversville, NY www.mountainvalleyhospice.com.