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Ralph's Market Florist

6431 Highway 44
Gonzales, LA 70737
(225) 281-8380

Tara Lea's Vintage Parlor And Florist

14036 Louisiana 44 #A
Gonzales, LA 70737
(225) 931-7937

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Feb 27, 2020

Janet Johnson Obituary - UT | The Salt Lake Tribune

She is survived by her sister, Alana Lewis (Richard), and children Grant Beckmann (Patrice), Carole Callahan, AnnMarie Beckmann, Charla Gonzales, April Beckmann (Patrick Varney), Mark Beckmann (Cindy), Matthew Beckmann (Belinda), Christine Acevedo (Lewis); and by many grand and great-grandchildren. Friends may leave condolences by sending an email to jangrandma17@gmail.com. She would wish to thank all those who provided loving, devoted, and extraordinary care during her illness. Friends may call at the Westbrook 1st Ward, 6500 S Dixie Dr, West Jordan, UT, from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. on Saturday, February 29th, 2020. A memorial service will be held immediately following at Noon. In lieu of flowers, please find someone that needs some love and take them to dinner, that is what mom would do. Published in Salt Lake Tribune from Feb. 26 to Feb. 28, 2020.Would you like to Send Flowers? ...

Feb 9, 2017

Lompoc Pastor Ron Wiley claims Valley of Flowers Peace Prize ...

He soon will have his name added to the side of the actual prize alongside previous recipients Conrad Gonzales, Shannon Rose Chavez, Robert Almanza, the Rev. Douglas Conley, Lauren Pressman and McIsaac. Get news headlines sent daily to your inbox Sunday’s ceremony included music interludes from the husband-and-wife duo Al & Val and the recital of several peace-related quotes. Each nominee for the 2016 prize — the award is given out each January bearing the title of the previous year — also was recognized. The nine other nominees included: Gail Clark-Savage, a leader in spurring local welcome parties for the participants in the annual AIDS LifeCycle; Mark Ashamalla, a case worker for Transitions Mental Health Association and advocate for the homeless; Loriz Hernandez, a bilingual former preschool, adult and migrant education teacher in LUSD; Brittney Williams and Lillian Street, who led a Peace Walk last year through Lompoc in response to police shootings around the country; Rosemary Holmes, the organizer of the Lompoc Film Club; Charlene Asmussen, an elementary school teacher who works with students in character building and in promoting peaceful behavior; Julie Biolley and Stacy Lowthorp, the former and current, respectively, proprietors of South Side Coffee Co.; Barbara Marquez, a medical social worker and bereavement counselor; and Martena Wilson, owner of Hunnyfly Yoga Studio. In her remarks at Sunday’s ceremony, McIsaac compared the spread of peace to a meal gathering. “It’s sort of like a potluck — if everybody brings something, there’s way more than anybody can eat,” she said. “So if we all (promote) the peace concept and good, kind acts, we’ll have a smorgasbord of peace that just overflows.” Wiley, a Los Angeles native and Air Force veteran who moved to the Lompoc area in 1985 when he was stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, said he plans to display the hefty peace prize front and center in the vestibule at his church. “I want everybody to see it and let them know that even though the Lord knows our efforts, it doesn’t go unnoticed by others and it’s not in vain,” he said. “People need to see that you can possibly be recognized by your community if you do for the Lord.” ... (Lompoc Record)

Feb 9, 2017

Lompoc Pastor Ron Wiley claims Valley of Flowers Peace Prize

He soon will have his name added to the side of the actual prize alongside previous recipients Conrad Gonzales, Shannon Rose Chavez, Robert Almanza, the Rev. Douglas Conley, Lauren Pressman and McIsaac. Get breaking news sent instantly to your inbox Sunday’s ceremony included music interludes from the husband-and-wife duo Al & Val and the recital of several peace-related quotes. Each nominee for the 2016 prize — the award is given out each January bearing the title of the previous year — also was recognized. The nine other nominees included: Gail Clark-Savage, a leader in spurring local welcome parties for the participants in the annual AIDS LifeCycle; Mark Ashamalla, a case worker for Transitions Mental Health Association and advocate for the homeless; Loriz Hernandez, a bilingual former preschool, adult and migrant education teacher in LUSD; Brittney Williams and Lillian Street, who led a Peace Walk last year through Lompoc in response to police shootings around the country; Rosemary Holmes, the organizer of the Lompoc Film Club; Charlene Asmussen, an elementary school teacher who works with students in character building and in promoting peaceful behavior; Julie Biolley and Stacy Lowthorp, the former and current, respectively, proprietors of South Side Coffee Co.; Barbara Marquez, a medical social worker and bereavement counselor; and Martena Wilson, owner of Hunnyfly Yoga Studio. In her remarks at Sunday’s ceremony, McIsaac compared the spread of peace to a meal gathering. “It’s sort of like a potluck — if everybody brings something, there’s way more than anybody can eat,” she said. “So if we all (promote) the peace concept and good, kind acts, we’ll have a smorgasbord of peace that just overflows.” Wiley, a Los Angeles native and Air Force veteran who moved to the Lompoc area in 1985 when he was stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, said he plans to display the hefty peace prize front and center in the vestibule at his church. “I want everybody to see it and let them know that even though the Lord knows our efforts, it doesn’t go unnoticed by others and it’s not in vain,” he said. “People need to see that you can possibly be recognized by your community if you do for the Lord.” ... (Santa Maria Times (subscription))

Jul 14, 2016

185000 customers without power as thunderstorms roar across St. Louis area

Whitaker Music Festival Wednesday night and closed the garden for the evening. +8  Daniel Gonzales helps Sofia Giron and her daughter Fanny Giron under police tape as they walk through fallen trees to their car on Government Drive in Forest Park on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Storms toppled numerous trees in the park and caused power outages in the St. Louis area. Photo by Robert Cohen, rcohen@post-dispatch.com Robert Cohen Trees were downed in neighboring Tower Grove Park and in Forest Park near the Zoo. The Weather Service reported .6 inches of rain at Lambert, and there was an unofficial report of more than 2.2 inches in O’Fallon, Mo., where roads were flooded briefly. The storm did manage to drop the temperature more than 20 degrees from a sticky high of 95. Some communities managed with good humor and generosity. Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream on Big Bend Boulevard in Webster Groves was giving away ice cream after it lost power. A small crowd was gathered on the sidewalk eating the free treats Wednesday evening. Customers used the flashlights from their cellphones to help the servers see as they scooped out the free offerings. Kristen Taketa and Ashley Jost of the Post-Dispatch contributed to this report. Close Word spread quickly through social media that Serendipity was giving away all its ice cream as power remained out in Webster Groves on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Employees asked customers to use flashlight mode on their smartphones to help illuminate the cases so they could scoo... (STLtoday.com)

Jul 14, 2016

75600 customers still without power Thursday after thunderstorms roar across St. Louis area

Whitaker Music Festival Wednesday night and closed the garden for the evening. +8  Daniel Gonzales helps Sofia Giron and her daughter Fanny Giron under police tape as they walk through fallen trees to their car on Government Drive in Forest Park on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Storms toppled numerous trees in the park and caused power outages in the St. Louis area. Photo by Robert Cohen, rcohen@post-dispatch.com Robert Cohen Trees were downed in neighboring Tower Grove Park and in Forest Park near the Zoo. The Weather Service reported .6 inches of rain at Lambert, and there was an unofficial report of more than 2.2 inches in O’Fallon, Mo., where roads were flooded briefly. The storm did manage to drop the temperature more than 20 degrees from a sticky high of 95. Some communities managed with good humor and generosity. Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream on Big Bend Boulevard in Webster Groves was giving away ice cream after it lost power. A small crowd was gathered on the sidewalk eating the free treats Wednesday evening. Customers used the flashlights from their cellphones to help the servers see as they scooped out the free offerings. Kristen Taketa and Ashley Jost of the Post-Dispatch contributed to this report. Close Word spread quickly through social media that Serendipity was giving away all its ice cream as power remained out in Webster Groves on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Employees asked customers to use flashlight mode on their smartphones to help illuminate the cases so they could scoo... (STLtoday.com)

May 18, 2016

Moms and mementos: The Mother's Day to remember

The words are still committed to my memory all these years later. Mama kept the card for 38 years, and I now have it! — Millie Roussel Matherne, of Gonzales ••••• At the age of 8, in 1963, my son Steve gave me this prayer card as a Mother’s Day gift. As you can see, its edges are frayed but only because it has been in every wallet I’ve owned since that Sunday 53 years ago. I call it my lucky charm because I truly believe it is. — Del Materne, of Metairie This recipe book was given to me on Mother’s Day in 1958 by my oldest daughter, Rebecca “Becky” Forman Coxe. Becky was 6 years old and in the first grade in Bastrop. I am now 86 and Becky is 63, and the recipes in it are still used often. ­— Carol Forman, of Baker There are three treasured gifts I always kept on my desk at work and, now retired, at home. During my workday as a young working mom, I could look at the pencil holders and be assured that my children, Gene Settoon age 6 in 1992, now 30; and Christine Settoon, age 6 in 1995, now 27; were happy in their first year at St. Philip Neri. They each came home with their kindergarten project so very proud. When they would visit my office they noticed their gift on my desk and beamed when a coworker would admire their artwork! The “Mom” rock was painted by my daughter at about the same age during a craft lesson from her Granny, my mother Dolores Dollar, and reminds me that parents are the “rock” for their children all of their lives. — Debbie Settoon, of Kenner ••••• My son Graham made this cut-out card when he was in grade school — probably about first or second grade. He is left-handed and you will see from the inside of the card that it opens from the left. You will see from oldest son Greer’s card, it opens to the right and, rather than a cut-out, he drew a teddy bear, cut it out and pasted it on top of the card. The cards are unique, so different and special, as are my sons. I keep the cards taped to my bathroom mirror. Graham is now 20 and a freshman at LSU. Greer is now 21 and a senior at LSU. — Lisa Gardner, of Baton Rouge ••••• I love being a mom just to get these gems! — Cheri Olinde, of St. Amant, says of the pictures colored by 6-year-old son Bryson ••••• This is one of my favorite drawings by my daughter Emmy Miller (age 13). She gave me it to me last year for Mother’s Day when she was 12. It is very special to me for several reasons. First, you can see the thoughtfulness and effort she put into it, w... (The Advocate)