Florists in Coleman, MI
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Coleman Flower Shops
700 East Railway Street
Coleman, MI 48618
Coleman MI News
Mar 19, 2020
Political Analyst Steve Flowers Weighs In On Super Tuesday - Alabama News Network
Tubberville and Byrne have moved significantly. And they’re in a fight to being in a runoff with sessions, probably,” Flowers said.
Jeff Coleman, Troy King, and Jessica Taylor are battling it for the US House District 2 vote, which includes voters across the Wiregrass and central Alabama.Flowers says voters often forget that Montgomery County is split three ways, meaning the majority of District Two’s votes don’t come from Montgomery County.
“Montgomery is actually fourth. The county of Montgomery is the fourth largest population in that district. The largest part is in Autauga and Elmore,” Flowers said.
With the primary elections drawing closer, Flowers says voters can expect to see several negative ads in a last ditch effort for candidates to gain some voters.
“They’ll come out of the wall in the last week. Whatever resources they have,” Flowers said.
You can find the Secretary of State’s sample ballots here.
... Feb 27, 2020
Cynthia Catania, Annmarie Cullen and Naimee Coleman to Support Hothouse Flowers - hotpress.com
Connolly’s of Leap, in Co. Cork
Cynthia Catania, Annmarie Cullen and Naimee Coleman have been confirmed as support to Hothouse Flowers, on what promises to be a very special show at Connolly's of Leap, in Co. Cork.
The unique anniversary show–marking 10 years since the death of Connolly’s of Leap founder Paddy McNicholl – takes place on Saturday, March 28. The three singer-songwriters (Cynthia and Annmarie were in the acclaimed Saucy Monky together), will be in Ireland at the end of March and the beginning of April, taking their 3 Voices, 3 Sets show around Ireland.
“All the pieces have finally come together," Cynthia tells Hot Press. “I’m hoping that my unconventional set is as well received in Ireland as it has been in the States.
"I'm using triggers, loops, FX and samples to augment my songs and my singing! It’s minimalistic and tasteful–or so I’ve been told,” she laughs.
Cynthia recently released a new single, and a video for the song, 'Sidelines’. The track has been receiving considerable airplay, on RTÉ Radio One, Galway Bay FM, Dublin City FM, KCLR and Cork's 96FM.
Cynthia has also confirmed as support to The Young Dubliners,... Jan 4, 2020
Death Notices - The Daily World
Copalis Beach Community Church.
A complete obituary will appear in a later edition of The Daily World.
Arrangements are by the Coleman Mortuary in Hoquiam.
Helen C Flemetis
Helen Carol Flemetis, a longtime Raymond resident died Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020 at Puget Sound Healthcare Center in Olympia; she was 92. She was born Jan. 27, 1927 to Eric and Ethel (Kitchell) Peterson in Adna, Washington.
A graveside service is being held Wednesday, Jan. 8 1 p.m. at the Fern Hill Cemetery in Menlo.
Arrangements are in care of Stoller’s Mortuary in Raymond, Washington. You may visit www.StollersMortuary.com to leave condolences for the family.
Donna L Chase
Donna Lea Chase, age 88, a lifetime resident of the Harbor, died on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, at Pacific Care Center in Hoquiam.
Donna began her professional career working for Zelasko Law office. In the mid 1960’s, she worked for Omar Parker. Since much of her time was spent working on city business, she made the transition to working full time for the City of Hoquiam in June of 1984, where she remained until retiring in October of 1996.
A private urn committal service will take place at Hoquiam’s Sunset Memorial Park.
Cremation arrangements are by the Coleman Mortuary in Hoquiam.
Melba J Whitehall
Melba Jean Whitehall of Montesano died Monday, Dec. 30, 2019, at Montesano Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was 93. Arrangements are by Harrison Family Mortuary of Montesano.
Lydia L Morquecho
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Mourners leave flowers for duck boat victims as officials probe for answers
They came for vacation and their worst nightmares happened," she said.
That's what brought the Coleman family down from Indianapolis. What was supposed to be a joyful family vacation ended with the deaths of nine relatives from three generations.
The deaths and identities of the family members – including four children under the age of 10 – were confirmed by The Indianapolis Star via family members Friday evening.
"They were very loved," said Ingrid Coleman Douglas in a telephone interview.
The victims included her two uncles, aunt, cousins and their children. "It's a huge family on all sides. It's unimaginable. I would never have thought I would have lost this number of people this way."
Tia Coleman, one of the survivors, told WXIN-TV in Indianapolis that she and a nephew were among the 11 relatives. Coleman says she lost "all my children" but she did not say how many.
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She says the captain of the boat told passengers, "Don't worry about grabbing the life jackets – you won't need them." By the time it was clear that life jackets were needed, she says, "it was too late."
The extended Coleman family likely wouldn't have been on the ill-fated trip but for a ticket mix-up. Tracy Beck, of Kansas City, Missouri, said she recalled the family members waiting in line. After they stopped for a picture, a ticket taker realized they should have boarded at a different location and reassigned them, the Associated Press reports.
While a severe thunderstorm had hit around the time of the boat's capsizing, causing the 5-foot waves on Table Rock Lake, much of what specifically caused the boat to sink – while other vessels withstood the harsh conditions – is unclear. Teams found the boat sitting upright on its wheels in 80-feet of water.
A second duck boat on the lake in southwest Missouri, about 225 miles southwest of St. Louis, made it safely to shore.
The U.S. military in World War II originally used duck boats to transport troops and supplies, and they were later modified for use as sightseeing vehicles.
Officials at the National Transportation Safety Board, which is investigating the accident, said it could be a year or longer before all the answers are found.
NTSD board member Early Weener said investigators would release a preliminary report within a month that could provide some information about wha... Jul 26, 2018
Throwback Thursday: First wine festival in Warrenton
Fauquier High School in Warrenton, Margaret M. Pierce Elementary in Remington and W.G. Coleman near Marshall.The committee estimated the repairs and construction would cost $26.9 million over five years.Bed-and-breakfast wins town approvalThe Warrenton Town Council this week granted a special use permit for a bed-and-breakfast inn on Culpeper Street.Barbara H. Wilson received approval to operate a small-scale inn at Mecca, her 19th-century Italianate home at 194 Culpeper St.As a condition of approval, Mrs. Wilson agreed to post no sign and do no advertising of the inn. She will open no more than three rooms to guests, because of insurance limitations, said Mrs. Wilson, who owns Loveladies Antiques on Main Street.Habitat for Humanity to dedicate first homeFauquier Habitat for Humanity will dedicate its first completed home for a local family at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 24, in Warrenton.The ceremony will take place at the new 91 Haiti St. home of Charles and Annabell Gibson. The Rev. Decker Tapscott Sr. of Warrenton's Faith Christian Church and International Outreach Center will lead a short prayer service. The First Baptist Church Choir will provide music.Local real estate broker William G. Burke will receive a special award for his work as a founding member of Fauquier Habitat.A public picnic across the street in Eva Walker Park will follow the dedication.Wallace plays in state all-star gameFauquier High basketball star Kendra Wallace scored 6 points in her final scholastic contest, the 22nd annual Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game on Monday at the Hampton Coliseum.The 6-foot-1 center helped lead the West to an 83-58 victory over the East."It felt good just to be chosen to play in this game," said Wallace, the only Cardinal Conference representative. "I consider it a great honor."The Lady Falcons' all-time leading scorer, she will enter the University of Rhode Island on a basketball scholarship in the fall. Her parents, Donald and Beverly Wallace, and FHS Coach Margaret Lowry made the trip to Hampton for the all-star game.Delays possible on bridge at Kelly's FordMotorists next week may encounter delays on the Route 620 bridge that crosses the Rappahannock River at Kelly's Ford.State inspectors will erect scaffolding to look for structural defects in the century-old, steel-truss bridge.Built in 1898, the one-lane, wooden-deck bridge was reconstructed in 1937 and 1943 after floods washed away parts of it. Structural deterioration has l... Feb 8, 2018
Farewell to Helen Eliason, who leaves a beautiful garden for us all to enjoy
Likewise, the small garden at Goodstay was undergoing its own renewal in the 1920’s when Ellen Coleman du Pont Meeds hired landscape architect Robert Wheelwright, who designed Valley Garden Park, to update the garden. The two later married.Maintaining the characteristic Tudor style, they changed the focus from vegetables and flowers to a completely ornamental garden, with each of six geometric enclosures planted thematically. Helen Eliason and friends followed the original plans for Goodstay Gardens by landscape architect, Robert Wheelwright, for the garden owned by Ellen Coleman du Pont Meeds. It was planted in the early 1900s. (Photo: Courtesy of Moira Sheridan)The main attractions today are what they were in the Wheelwright’s time — a knot garden, rose, iris and peony gardens and the turkey rock garden, where turkeys used to roost. A more naturalistic area known as The Park abuts the formal gardens and the Magnolia Walk and fountain have been updated. In 1968, the property was left to the University of Delaware.Eliason spent time in the garden as a getaway, especially after retirement in the early 1990s from the DuPont Co., where she was in data systems and management. In 1993, determined to rectify the garden’s state of benign neglect, she founded the Friends of Goodstay Gardens to restore them to their 1920s glory.With neighbor and fellow garden enthusiast, Sidney Craven, the two launched a mighty fundraising effort and established a board of directors that gathered a pantheon of local horticultural leaders. Volunteers from local garden clubs and organizations gathered weekly to uncover the treasures hidden under the weeds.“She had an expression that she must have repeated at least once a month — ‘water wears down stone,’” says Craven, remembering Eliason’s ability to deal diplomatically with the university to make changes happen.“I didn’t have the patience, so we were a good team. I would say we spent at least 10 hours a week for 10 years in the garden.” Carol Long, curator of the gardens at Winterthur, who served on the Goodstay board of directors and also helped Eliason in her Wawaset garden for a time, likewise remembers her tenacity. “The Helen who employed me was gentle, easygoing, and kind; it was always an interesting contrast when she became the champion of Goodstay. Don’t get in her way when she sets her mind to something,” she says.meta...