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Harvey LA News

Oct 15, 2020

A ‘cottage garden’ blooms at Harveys Lake - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

Those are just a few of the bright spots you’ll find if you visit Sorber’s garden at the Harveys Lake home she shares with her husband, Ned Hosey — and we haven’t even mentioned the birds yet. Sorber, who is a former president of the Back Mountain Bloomers Garden Club and a retired teacher, works part-time at Wild Birds Unlimited in Dallas. The ardent bird lover has filled her yard with several feeders — and she is regularly rewarded by visits from cardinals, woodpeckers, catbirds, blue jays and many other feathered friends. “The catbirds love jelly,” she said with a laugh, explaining how a sweet little spoonful helps attract them. “Grape jelly. It doesn’t have to be Smuckers.” She’ll often cut an apple or orange in half and set it out for the birds, who also can find nuts and suet in her feeders. “I call it a cottage garden,” she said of her array, which includes brown-eyed susans, ornamental grass, hibiscus, sunflowers, mums and more. She’s placed pumpkins on a staircase, hung cobalt blue bottles from a leafy tree and adorned two small fir trees with lights. Frog statues preside over a tiny pond, an old-fashioned metal minnow bucket lends interest to another corner of the yard, and if you keep your eyes open you’ll spot vintage gardening implements such as a watering can and rake. It doesn’t take a lot of money to create a fascinating garden, Sorber said, pointing out a colorful collection of...

Jan 4, 2020

Obituary for Rick Martin - Greeley Tribune

Rick Edward Martin, 58, passed away Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, at Pathways Hospice at McKee Medical Center in Loveland. Rick was born March 30, 1961, to Harvey Edward Martin and Carolyn Sue Martin in Loveland. He lived his whole life in Northern Colorado. He was raised east of Platteville and moved to Greeley where he resided at time of death. Rick graduated from Valley High School in 1979. He started the summer after graduation working for Hewlett Packard in Fort Collins. He continued to work in the Hewlett Packard building through the company’s changes for the next 40 years. His coworkers became his extended family. At work, Rick worked in various areas including supervising management of the clean rooms and most recently, as a Broadcom supervisor. Immediately after high school in 1982, Rick married his first wife, Laura. They had two sons, Brandon and Brady Martin. He was divorced and later married his second wife, Leigh, in 1995. They had two daughters, Kaitlin and Makayla Martin. On May 7, 2011, Rick married Kim (Fritzler), and in this union, he and Kim enjoyed vacationing and spending time with their grandchildren. Rick enjoyed camping, hiking and fishing. He loved riding moto...

Nov 9, 2019

Longtime Loveland pastor and police chaplain Harvey Ruegsegger dies - Loveland Reporter-Herald

The Rev. Harvey Ruegsegger, “a big teddy bear of a guy” who served his churches and his community for decades, died Oct. 24.Ruegsegger was a pastor at Loveland’s First Christian Church from 1974 to 2000 and worked in many volunteer roles, including as an inaugural member of the Loveland Police Chaplains Program. Ruegsegger, 84, retired from responding to crisis calls as a police chaplain only about a year ago, his daughter, Deb Steele, said. It was at a banquet honoring the 40th anniversary of the chaplaincy Oct. 8 when Ruegsegger collapsed from a heart attack that would lead to his death. “The first responders he had served alongside of did CPR and shocked his heart back to life,” Steele said. Ruegsegger spent a little over a week at McKee Medical Center in Loveland and then was transferred to a nursing home for hospice care, where he died a week later, she said. After her father’s heart attack, Steele started posting regular updates on her Facebook page. She said the whole family was touched...

Aug 22, 2019

Cig Harvey engages the senses with 'Eating Flowers' - Press Herald

Cig Harvey’s “Deep Bay, Self Portrait, North Shore Bermuda.” Courtesy of the artist OGUNQUIT — There’s something of a lovefest blooming at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. Museum director Michael Mansfield calls photographer Cig Harvey “kind of a hero” and praises the artist for working with “contagious enthusiasm” and creating “inspiring” art. Harvey calls the exhibition in Ogunquit something “I’ve always wanted and couldn’t articulate. I am lit up smiling. I’ve been lucky to have many shows in the last 20 years, but none like this.” The exhibition, “Eating Flowers: Sensations of Cig Harvey,” is a mid-career survey of 70 photographs, video, neon and written word pieces. Collectively, the work addresses Harvey’s interest in exploring the sensations of touch, taste, sound, smell and memory. Her photos are full of mystery and sometimes feel like the tangible expression of a dream. “Birds of New England, Rockport, Maine” by Cig Harvey. The exhibition is an explosion of color and emoti...

Jun 14, 2018

Thompson & Morgan hydrangea first in RHS Chelsea Flower Show plant of the year

Working together is what's made this show but its going, because the family businesses are going." Long-standing exhibitors Harvey's and Southfield's say this could be their last year, while Fibrex and Avon Bulbs did not exhibit at Chelsea this time after decades of showing.

Apr 6, 2018

Keith Jackson Celebration of Life Event Scheduled for Rose Bowl on April 15

Speakers will include Jackson’s former college football broadcasting colleagues Dan Fouts, Bob Griese, Todd Harris, and Lynn Swann. In addition, Harvey Hyde, former collegiate coach and radio personality; broadcaster and Hall of Fame basketball player Ann Meyers Drysdale; and Jason Gesser, former quarterback at Washington State University, Jackson’s alma mater, will speak. Tim Brant, who worked with Jackson as a college football analyst at ABC, will serve as master of ceremonies. Additionally, there will be special video tributes from sports commentator Roy Firestone, Tower of Power and Kenny Chesney.“Please join us at America’s Stadium, the place where Keith Jackson made so many memories that we all share,” said Darryl Dunn, CEO and GM of the Rose Bowl Stadium. “We encourage everyone who loves college football and remembers the iconic voice and words of Keith Jackson to come to the Stadium to help us celebrate this great man and his extraordinary life and career.” No ticket is required for entry and guests are encouraged to wear their school colors to help celebrate Keith Jackson’s legacy in college football.“The Rose Bowl Game has been an annual tradition for over a century,” said Gerald Freeney, President of the Tournament of Roses. “That tradition is stronger because of Keith Jackson nicknaming it the Granddaddy of Them All. We owe a key part of our brand to Keith’s Legacy.”In more than 50 years of broadcasting some of the worl... (Pasadena Now)