Florists in Mulvane, KS
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Mulvane KS News
May 31, 2019
Air museum holds annual Memorial Day flower drop - KESQ
The event will also hosted a special presentation from Lt. Col. Russ Mulvaney, who was a B-24 Tail Gunner during World War II, along with special guest Tuskegee Airman Lt. Col. Bob Friend.Until the flower drop and fly-by at 1 p.m., visitors were also allowed to enjoy flight exhibitions or take a ride in a warbird.Flights in the warbirds range from $99 per person all the way up to $1,895 and should be booked in advance, organizers said. All flights are subject to weather, mechanical conditions and pilot availability with no children younger than 13 allowed in the cabin. Nov 15, 2018
Young RI organ donor's image will be part of Rose Parade float
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... Sep 14, 2016
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Pallbearers were Phil Beeler, Jason Schmitter, Dennis Starrett, Doug Shepherd, Jimmy Groseclose and Joe Beeler. Honorary pallbearers were Gary Mulvaney, Tim Slavin, Dwight Peterson, Brent Bondurant and Jay Reese. Visitation was held on Thursday, September 8, 2016 at the Norman Funeral Home in Lancaster, Missouri. In lieu of flowers, memorials have been established for the Lancaster Christian Church. Burial was in the Arni Memorial Cemetery in Lancaster, Missouri.
Online condolences may be expressed to the family by logging on to normanfh.com.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Norman Funeral Home of Lancaster, Missouri.
(Memphis Democrat)Feb 3, 2016
Ward, of Lighthouse Point and Jefferson City; his daughter, Michele Mortin (husband, John), of Knoxville, Tenn.; his son, Marc Ward (wife, Becky Mulvaney). Clyde’s other surviving family are grandchildren, Michael Seaman (wife, Hope), Andrea Seaman, Kara Seaman, and Tiffany Holcomb; great-grandchildren, Logan Curry and Lily Seaman; brother, James Ward, and cousin, Cecil Conley (wife, Naomi) also survive him.
Clyde proudly served in the United States Marine Corps from 1952 until 1960 and was a member of the Disabled Veterans of America until he passed. He was also a member of the Lions Club and attended All Saints Catholic Church.
The family received friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 at Kraeer Funeral Home, 1199 East Sample Road, Pompano Beach, FL, followed by a memorial service and celebration of Clyde’s life.
The family would like to thank the staff of Delray Medical Center and TrustBridge Health inpatient hospice for their wonderful care.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations in his name to Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation, 5300 East Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33407 or call 561-494-6888.
(Auburn Citizen)Sep 2, 2015
Coatesville Flower Shop gives away 10000 roses
DePedros, and his father, Harry Lymberis, used to come to the flower shop every year for “Lisa’s Roses” before he passed away.
Graham Mulvaney, 15, volunteered at the flower shop on Friday to help out with the event. He said it’s his fifth year volunteering to help with “Lisa’s Roses,” and he first got involved upon the recommendation of his grandmother, who’s friends with the DePedros.
Ross and Sally Kershey of Downingtown said they planned on giving roses to their neighbors and friends. Ross Kershey, who used to teach American history at Coatesville Area Senior High and now teaches it at Widener University, said he and his wife have known the DePedros for a long time, and they come to the event every year. “I think it helps bring the community together,” he added.
The Coatesville Flower Shop also featured a prayer board for the event, where guests could post notes or pictures of loved ones they were concerned about or who had passed away.
Marie Rissell of Thorndale brought a picture of her son, Todd Morris, who died suddenly when he was 33, one year after Lisa DePedro died. Rissell said she’s known the DePedros for many years, and she was in the same graduating class from CASH as Greg DePedro.
Rissell said she would give away the roses in memory of both her son and Lisa DePedro. Among the people she would give roses to were her sister-in-law, her daughter, her granddaughter and her 90-year-old mother, she said.
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(Daily Local News)