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Business name:
Ray Hunter Flower Shop & Greenhouses
Address:
16153 Eureka Rd
City:
Southgate
State:
Michigan
Zip Code:
48195
Phone number:
(734) 284-2500
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Oct 10, 2019

Arthur Hughes, former owner of Dearborn Farm Market, dies at 82 - Detroit Free Press

He purchased the Trentwood Farm Market in Woodhaven from Hughes and later opened another location in Southgate. Meanwhile, Art Hughes continued to operate the Dearborn Farm Market for 35 years until last December, when he decided to retire. Patrick said Hughes sold the store to a private owner. Hughes became blind in February, due the disease, temporal arteritis. According to WebMD, the illness causes the blood vessels that carry oxygen from the heart to the rest of the body to become inflamed. The disease commonly occurs in large and medium-sized temporal arteries that travel on both sides of the head. Temporal arteritis can cause symptoms such as headaches as well as face and joint pain. It can also cause vision problems and blindness. However, Patrick said his father learned to adjust to being blind and did not let that prevent him from living his life. Earlier this month, Hughes went to a Detroit Tigers game with his wife, Ellen, their daughter and son-in-law. But on Sept. 20, Hughes was rushed to the hospital after a lung collapsed. Patrick said from there, his father's condition worsened. "My dad worked his whole life," he said. "He had eight children. He worked three jobs at one point before he owned his own business to provide for all of us. His body was worn out." Patrick said his father has dealt with health issues before, surviving stage three cancer when he was only 33 years old. "He was a extremely strong and faithful man," he said. "His life was dedicated to work and helping others. We all feel pretty much at peace. He knew it was time and we know that he was ready. "Everything I do in my life in regards to the business came from him and I'm not gonna take any credit for any of it, it's all him." Hughes is survived by his wife, Ellen, and their eight children: Cathy, Lorrie, Ann, Greg, Tim, Kelly, Christine and Patrick. He is also survived by 26 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The visitation will be held on Tuesday from 1-9 p.m. at the Vermeulen-Sajewski Funeral Home, 46401 Ann Arbor Road, in Plymouth. A rosary is scheduled that day from 7-7:30 p.m. The funeral will take place Wednesday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, 47650 North Territorial Road, in Plymouth. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Special Olympics Michigan or St. Vincent de Paul. Reporter Taylor Morris contributed to this report. More: Dearborn Farm Market sold after 35 years in the Hughes family More: Ford reveals sweeping plans for its Dearborn campus — and it changes everything ...

Dec 29, 2017

The Flower Bar: flowers, coffee, pastries and more

ChristmasMore: South Lyon Hotel reopens after rebuilding from massive fireThat includes coffee from Uncommon Coffee in Southgate, espresso drinks, tea, chai latte and other drinks. Baked goods come from Cantoro's in Livonia and Crust in Fenton. Some baked goods also come from the Shimmy Shack."We try to sell local stuff as much as possible — from Detroit, South Lyon, Southgate," said Brett Huey, who previously had an automotive related-business. Some unusual dishes are offered at the Flower Bar. (Photo: LeAnne Rogers)That includes bath bombes and other products from Made With Love Essentials. Another product is a line of flavored vinegars, ranging from watermelon to beet and carrot and lemon ginger."You can just drink them or use them as drink mixes. They taste better than regular apple cider vinegar," said Celia Huey, who is studying business management at Wayne State University. "We work really hard to find things that you can't buy in downtown Plymouth."Due to restrictions of its building, the Flower Bar is allowed only outdoor seating. "We would like to do outdoor events. It's ever-evolving. We want to be a destination — let's stop by and see what they are doing today," Brett Huey said. "We see mostly South Lyon customers, people on their way to Ann Arbor. We get so many cars here that have to stop at the four-way stop (intersection). On the weekends, they say they went by, but were running late."The building also doesn't accommodate a drive-through window, which many coffee-related shops rely on. "We can't have a drive-through, but we want to have people come in so that we can get to know their tastes," Laura Huey said. "Right now, we've just been trying to get the word out that we're open."img itemprop="url" src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/abc24fbd7747a50af62bd39601855788dddef857/c=5-0-4027-3024&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2017/12/01/MIGroup/Livonia/636477413362792811-SLh.flower-bar-3-2-.JPG" alt="Fresh-cut flowers, even some kale, are offered at the" width="540" heig... (Hometownlife.com)

Mar 23, 2017

Josephine Montgomery celebrates 100th birthday with family and friends in Southgate

Montgomery’s 100th birthday at the Sanctuary at Maryhaven in Southgate, where she resides.PHOTOS: Josephine Montgomery celebrates 100 years with family, friendsMontgomery, whose maiden name was Ezyk (Jerzyk in Polish), was born into a family of Polish Catholic immigrants in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the youngest of ten children. When immigrant workers staged a textile strike in 1928, her mother and siblings moved to Detroit, where two of her sisters and two of her brothers got a job building Hupmobiles at the Hupp Motor Car Company.She worked in a war production plant in Plymouth during World War II, inspecting the gun sights of Bofors guns, which were anti-aircraft guns.“I was thinking that every minute that I am spending is saving one of our guys,” she said.She worked for the Board of Health before WWII, and from 1945 to 1960, at Wayne County General Hospital, doing what would now be described as an emergency room triage clerk.She said she was always active in local politics and met many presidents.When she retired, she was active in local senior activities, including bingo, and formed the Happy Westlanders Travel Club.She, her daughter Sharon and granddaughter Michelle went to Toronto in 1984 when Pope John Paul II visited.“We were right up in front, and it was raining, and we were sitting on the pavement,” M... (Southgate News Herald)

Sep 14, 2016

Broward spraying for mosquitoes on Monday

Commercial Boulevard to the south, between University Drive and Pine Island Road; Margate, from Atlantic Boulevard to the north to Southgate Boulevard to the south, between State Road 7 and NW 80th Terrace; Pembroke Pines and Hollywood, from Pines Boulevard to the north to Pembroke Road to the south, between S. 63rd Avenue and SW 72nd Avenue; Hallandale Beach, from Pembroke Road to the north to SW 11th Street to the south, between NW 8th Avenue and I-95; Broward Municipal Services District, from NW 13th Street to the north to Broward Boulevard to the south, between NW 24th Avenue and NW 27th Avenue to the east and NW 31st Avenue to the west. (Sun Sentinel)

Apr 22, 2016

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: South Gate conducts Earth Day cleanup April 23

All volunteers must bring a signed waiver, which is available online at www.cityofsouthgate.org. Information: (562) 802-7880, ext. 239. Other upcoming events include: Friday, April 22 Library market: A farmers market is open in the Bruggemeyer Library parking lot, 318 S. Ramona Ave., Monterey Park, from 4 to 8 p.m. It features fresh and organic fruits, vegetables and flowers grown at California farms. Also available are hummus, breads and tamales, raw honey from Energy Bee Farms, peaches from Arnett Farms and a wide selection of Asian vegetables from Vu Produce of Fresno. (626) 307-1388 Dance night: Parnell Park, 15390 Lambert Road, Whittier, hosts Friday night dances from 6 to 10 p.m.Dance professionals Rudy andMaria Hernandez offer lessons on a specific style of dancing from 6 to 7 and then a dance party runs from 7 to 10 p.m. Cost is $10 and includes light refreshments. (562) 567-9450 Saturday, April 23 Waste disposal: The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County conduct a free waste disposal program from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tweedy Boulvard-Hildreth Avenue entrance to South Gate Park for household items too hazardous for regular trash collections and for electronic waste. Accepted items include brake fluid, ... (Los Angeles Wave Newspapers)

Feb 3, 2016

Tuesday, Jan. 19 high school basketball results

Lakeview (3-5). Joe Charrette scored 12 points. Shawn Kama scored 15 points for Sterling Heights (2-7). Taylor Kennedy 44, Southgate Anderson 37: Masceo Anderson scored 18 points for Kennedy (7-2) while Chuck Pritchett added 12 points. Alex Leija scored 12 points for Anderson (0-8). Jace Matkin scored 10 points. U-D Jesuit 77, Novi Detroit Catholic Central 56: Cassius Winston led with 19 points for Jesuit (11-0). Ike Eke added 17 points while Greg Eboiteodin scored 14 points. Teo Tenrich led Central (5-2) with 18 points. Walled Lake Central 60, White Lake Lakeland 30: Walter Kelser scored 17 points and Rumako Ziegler scored nine for Walled Lake (8-2). Kyle Soderbery scored five for White Lake (8-2). Girls basketball Belleville 62, Monroe 39: Katelyn Sherwood scored 24 points and Victoria Perez scored 15 for Belleville (8-2). Mikayla Taylor scored 20 points for Monroe. Brighton 53, Milford 31: Julianna Pietila scored 15 points and Beth Dziekan scored 14 for Brighton. Mallory Barrett scored 10 points and Hannah Paulczak scored eight for Milford. Detroit Collegiate Prep Northwestern 54, Detroit Westside Academy 39: Erica Smith had a huge game with 28 points for Northwestern (7-1). Unique Edwards scored 12 points and 11 rebounds. Westside Academy is 2-6. Detroit Denby 46, Detroit Aerospace 9: Caprice Brown had a huge game with 25 points for Denby (7-2). McCabe: Obi Okoli isn’t Canton’s only hope vs. Churchill Detroit Edison 55, Oak Park 44: Rickea Jackson scored 27 points and 12 rebounds for Edison (5-4). Orthea Humphries added 20 points. Kadijah Lucas scored 16 points for Oak Park. Detroit Renaissance 53, Mumford 46: Siyeh Frazier led with 19 points for Renaissance (11-2). Nina Reynolds added 12 points. DeAnna Fletcher scored 12 points for Mumford (6-2). Detroit Southeastern 50, Detroit CMA 16: Jakayla Hollis led with 20 points for Southeastern (8-3) while Keeiona Howse and Erica Pruitt each added 10 points. Fenton 58, Davison 42: Chloe Idoni had 19 points, eight rebounds and four blocks, Taylor Mowery had 11 points and six rebounds and Sarah Cummings had 10 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and three steals for Fenton. Zipporah Porritt and Adrian each scored 14 points for Davison. Grosse Pointe North 55, Romeo 32: Julia Ayrault scored 14 points for North (8-1) while Katie Snow added 12 points. Taylor Muller scored 12 points for Romeo (6-4). Melvindale AB&T 43, Dearborn Advanced Technology Academy 38: Toni Davis scored 16 points and Mia Hussey scored 15 for Melvindale (4-7). Dearborn ATA is 4-6. Detroit Old Redford Academy 65, Southfield Bradford 48: Maria Knott had 25 points and 14 rebounds, Chardae Green had 14 points and eight assists. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 47, Allen Park Cabrini 41: Sarah Stuart led with 13 points for Prep (9-1), while Gretel Keller added eight points. Abigail Burke scored 15 points for Cabrini (4-6). Roseville 64, Mt. Clemens 26: Nija Collier had 27 points, 19 rebounds, 11 assists and nine steals and Chantae Parker scored 16 points for Roseville (6-3). Rosalyn Williams scored 21 points for Mt. Clemens. Sterling Heights 50, Port Huron 41: Mariah Berishaj led with 18 points for Heights (5-5). Nia Anderson scored 13 points while Titiana Hardlick added eight points and 15 rebounds. Sydney Brown led with 14 points for Huron (4-6) while Madeline Tomblin contributed 10 points. Trenton 38, Lincoln Par... (USA TODAY High School Sports)

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