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Feb 27, 2020

Janet Johnson Obituary - UT | The Salt Lake Tribune

She loved working on genealogy and learning about her heritage, leaving a legacy of hundreds of names added to the record. She married Denton Riley Johnson in 2000 in the Jordan River Temple. He was so very kind to her. Together they served a mission in Arcadia California, and traveled the US, driving state-to-state with their trailer. Denton passed away in 2003, leaving Janet a widow. She leaves with no shortage of friends. Wherever she lived; Salt Lake, California, Bountiful, or Saint George; she quickly made friends, who she will miss. In her last years she spent as much time with her children as possible. 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 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? ...

Aug 22, 2019

Frederick Costello Obituary - Lee, MA | The Berkshire Eagle -

Stephanie Kay Bennett. He leaves his siblings and their spouses, Dorinda and Don Moffatt of Vero Beach, FL and John and Sandy Costello of Bradenton, FL. A Liturgy of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday, August 6th, at 10 AM at St. Mary's Church, 140 Main Street in Lee, MA. Burial will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery, 208 Spring Street in Lee. Visiting hours will be on Monday, August 5th, from 4-6 PM at the Kelly Funeral Home, 3 Main Street in Lee. There will be a Memorial Service for Fred at a date to be determined in Bonita Springs Florida. In lieu of flowers, donations in Fred's memory may be made to the "James V. Costello Scholarship" which supports low-income students at his beloved alma mater: Please send in c/o the Kelly Funeral Home 3 Main Street Lee, MA 01238. If you would like to leave a message of condolence or share pictures with the family, please visit our web site at www.kellyfuneralhome.netPublished in The Berkshire Eagle on Aug. 3, 2019. Would you like to Send Flowers? ...

May 24, 2018

Meet The Flower Gals and Their Incredibly Instagrammable Bouquets

Los Angeles. We found the truck during that same trip. A girlfriend of mine from high school did all our logo work, and an adorable guy in Denton put it on our truck. We've had a lot of local help, which has been great. When did the truck make its debut? T: We launched at an event right before Valentine's Day. The first and only store we've reached out to is Favor the Kind. Their brand and aesthetic just aligned with ours, and it ended up being perfect because they were having this major Valentine's Day sale. Since then, social media has played a huge role in our business and other businesses reaching out to us. That's where we do all our marketing. It's been this crazy humbling whirlwind - we're getting DMs pretty consistently now. As for where the truck goes, we're in West Village quite a bit now, and we're going to Legacy West soon. It's kind of just finding that mold and where we fit best and where people will respond to the truck. Miriam and Taylor Pierce // Shannon Wright Photography What has the response been like? T: It's been really positive. We've had crazy good feedback. I think the convenience is nice too. We've had several people pull over on their way to Whole Foods or Trader Joe's to pick up flowers. We do our best to have really unique flowers on the truck that you can't find in a store. A lot of people who come up to the truck are impressed that we're mother and daughter. I would admit that it's weird, but we get along so well. We've always sort of been yin and yang to each other - we even each other out. How does the truck work? Is it just grab-and-go? M: You can build your own on the truck. It's fun! You get to walk around the truck and grab and smell, but there are also premade bouquets in mini and standard. Are you sticking to pop-ups right now, or can someone hire The Gals? M: You'll definitely be able to book us for private parties. The cool thing about a private event, for example a bridal shower, is that you can pick the colors. So if pale pink is your bridal color, we'll fill the whole truck with pale pink flowers. Any plans to expand your VW fleet? M: Everyone keeps asking us if we're getting more trucks, but we're so particular about things. T: Everything is moving so fast, so we have to keep reminding ourselves how new we are. M: So much thought and prep goes into each event, and we don't want to disappoint anyone who hires us. SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave SaveSave ...

Sep 8, 2017

Heirloom flowers take root

Hazel Marie CampbellBy BONNIE BAILEYH&T CorrespondentOn the Jonesborough Senior Center patio, Hazel Marie Campbell strolled from flower to flower, pointing out the irises and chrysanthemums she donated to the Senior Center earlier this summer. “They’re not blooming right now,” she said as she bent to point to an iris, which was absent any colorful bud or bloom, “but the chrysanthemums will be in a few weeks. You should come back and see them then.”The chrysanthemums won’t bloom until after a killing frost, she said, and when they do bloom they’ll be a rust-orange color. She knows because they’ve been in her yard for as long as she can remember.Campbell inherited the decades-old flowers from her mother, who moved to Jonesborough with her family almost 100 years ago. “My mom’s family moved from Carter County in 1918,” Campbell said, “and those flowers came with them and were planted there in the yard.”Her grandparents loved flowers, she said, and so did her mother, Florence Treadway Wagner, so it was only natural for them to bring the... (Herald & Tribune)

Jun 29, 2017

Native Roots: American agave in Denton produces spectacular flower stalk

USDA Zones 8-10. As a result, it is more common to see this plant used for landscaping in warmer cities in Texas like Austin or San Marcos than in Denton, which is borderline Zone 8.American agave can be grown in pots, but usually does better when it is in the ground. It grows well in full to part sun in well-drained soil. Well drained is key — overly moist, poorly drained soil can lead to root rot. American agave can be damaged by winter temperatures in the teens and should be protected.The Hancocks' agave plants are in part sun and are planted near the top of a slope, aiding proper drainage. They are also close to the house on the south side, protecting them from damaging low winter temperatures. In the right conditions, American agave plants will grow to be over 6 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet wide.The Hancock's house did not come with a record of when the agaves were planted, but they know the house dates to 1953. Although it is possible that these plants are as old as the house, it is more likely that a previous owner planted the agaves in the 1980s or '90s. The entire Hancock family, Seth, Collier and Ruby, are grateful, delighted, amazed and humbled by the size of these large agave specimens and the gigantic flower stalk in their yard, where they watch its progress every day.The Hancocks have been sharing their amazing agave plants with friends and family on social media and have agreed to allow the public to view them, too. They are located at 3400 Santa Monica Drive in the Forrestridge section of Denton. If you visit the plant, please be respectful that this is a private residence.BECCA DICKSTEIN, a member of the Trinity Forks Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas, is on the University of North Texas biological sciences faculty. (Denton Record Chronicle)

Jun 2, 2017

A moving Memorial Day service in Decatur County

Paul David GilmoreJohn R. PickettDr. Paul J. HirtJustin R. SchroederGerald L. DixDavid Raymond GreiweMichael W. DavisMarvin B. HerbertRichard Denton ConwellGeorge MartinWilliam J. SimmondsJohn R. Ruble, Jr.Robert William BarnesMaurice F. NiemanNormal Charles SissonRichard Jerry VerbeckRobert G. GilaspyBill Gene HueyRoger R. BeckettJoyce L. SpringmeyerRayond Eugene FortmanJack Winters— Daily NewsThese are the 80 names of our departed veteransJack C. HaycockCharles W. TungateAlfred J. DurbinDonald W. JonesDavid Lynn HadlerClifford KunkelJoseph R. PolankaRichard Glenn ShuttersRichard W. FischerJames Darrell BrewerJames David StultsRobert Dale ClarkJack BanisterNolan V. WilsonRussell E. BishopPaul E. HolzhausenJohn H. WhitemanJames H. FavorsBill Jim Dilkes, Sr.William LutzLeland Thomas BosticC.W. Bill SoendlinJohn E. BurrisJames Henry BrewerVirgil M. HaskampDenis G. BrownEugene C. GadleyMax G. MaudlinGeorge Rocky BlareJules T. MillerRobert W. McAuliffeJames O. ParishRalph H. HedingerGilbert RickeDonald R. HurtStanley Leroy LemmonsRobert HedgerEugene O. NobbeMarshall A. MeixnerWilliam Arthur SmithHarold Wayne HamiltonJames E. MillerHugh K. MillerHenry W. BicknellArthur L. FischmerEugene Wesley BosticDanny E. WilhoitNorman G. WikemperEarl Wayne SweetEdward Deprez DoddsMichael E. BaylessJack R. MooreCharles Thomas NewmanPaul E. Colson, Sr.Jack Paul JoslinBetty J. SmithSherman Ray ShookHarold M. RippergerClarence Elmer ChappelowPaul David GilmoreJohn R. PickettDr. Paul J. HirtJustin R. SchroederGerald L. DixDavid Raymond GreiweMichael W. DavisMarvin B. HerbertRichard Denton ConwellGeorge MartinWilliam J. SimmondsJohn R. Ruble, Jr.Robert William BarnesMaurice F. NiemanNormal Charles SissonRichard Jerry VerbeckRobert G. GilaspyBill Gene HueyRoger R. BeckettJoyce L. SpringmeyerRayond Eugene FortmanJack Winters— Daily News... (Greensburg Daily News)


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