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Oct 26, 2018

Maui Obituary Notices: Week of Oct. 14, 2018

L. He was predeceased by his sister, Cathleen. He is also survived by his nieces and nephews and their families.Carl was born on February 22, 1946 in Darby, PA to Carl and Elizabeth Corson. He moved to Maryland that same year. He lived in Frederick and Braddock Heights and attended Middletown schools. He graduated from Middletown High School in 1964 and the University of Maryland in 1968, where he played saxophone in the Marching Band. Carl served in the U.S. Army Reserves from 1968-1974. He was formerly a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown, MD. On Maui, he was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, where he served as a Trustee and a member of the Board of Education. Carl was the owner of a group of auto parts stores, operating as Frederick Automotive and Antietam Automotive. He served on the Board of Directors of the Chesapeake Automotive Wholesalers Association. He also served on the Frederick County 4-H Camp Center Board. Carl moved to Maui in 1994. He started making stained glass windows and doors as a hobby. He became an accomplished craftsman known for his meticulous work. He also enjoyed golf in his retirement. Most of all, Carl was known for his kindness to all. A private Memorial service will be held at a later date. In Lieu of flowers, Memorial donations can be made to Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 520 One Street, Kahuluhi, HI 96732 or Hospice Maui 400 Mahalani St, Wailuku, HI 96793Betty Cravalho SPONSORED VIDEO Betty CravalhoJanuary 20, 1932 – October 7, 2018Betty is survived by her son, Walter S. Cravalho Jr.; daughters, Gisele (Russell "Rocky") Higa, Gerri (Guy) Nakamura, Judy (Steven) Franco; brother Walter (Ethel) Freitas; sister, Gladys (Raphael) Caires; 9 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Walter S. Cravalho Sr.; parents, Louis Freitas and Jane De Rego Freitas. She was the 10th of 11 children.Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on...

Apr 6, 2018

London Music Boosters is holding a flower fundraiser

Cost per 12 inch annual combination porch pot to the organization is $20.Flowers are supplied by Darby Creek Nursery & Landscaping.Red Raiders Music will collect payment for all items sold. Make checks out to Red Raiders Music.A completed order form and payment is due Friday, April 6. For an order form email will delivered and need to be picked up at the high school on Friday, May 11. .neFileBlock { margin-bottom: 20px; } .neFileBlock p { margin: 0px 0px 0px 0px; } .neFileBlock .neFile { border-bottom: 1px dotted #aaa; padding-bottom: 5px; padding-top: 10px; } .neFileBlock .neCaption { font-size: 85%; } RECOMMENDED FOR YOULoad comments (0)... (London Madison Press)

Feb 9, 2017

2017 Valentine's Day gift and travel guide

Darby Scott, Black Sea Collection, Judith Leiber and Jill Haber make high-end over-the-shoulder handbags. Haber’s line can double as works of art. For those on tighter budgets, Buxton ( and Deux Lux make totes, billfolds and passport and credit card holders. Cosmetics are tricky items for guys to purchase for women for a number of reasons. But if you know which shade the lady in your life loves then you can’t go wrong with lipsticks from Ulta Lip Gloss, Be Yu, Hard Candy, NVEY Eco, Essence, Shiseido, Mineral Fusion, Kiko Milano and especially Sephora. These days skin care products have become almost as popular for men as they are for women. With good jobs tougher to find as we age, no one wants to look older than he or she has to, even those who aren’t the slightest bit vain. In addition, everyone is more aware of the dangers of the sun than we were even just a few years ago. Moisturizers, serums and sun-fighting products from CeraVe, Columbia Skin Cares and the humorously named Kiss My Face are all recommended. June Jacobs produces specialty skin care items such as an anti-aging lip treatment and a detoxifying masque, while Kiehl’s, which has been around since 1851, makes a ton of skin products including its Ultra Facial Cream. For those who have the time to invest in looking as youthful as possible, Tammy Fender ( has an entire at-home regimen kit for the truly dedicated. Men also have been taking an increasing market share in the fragrance industry. Ralph Lauren’s Polo Red and Diesel’s Fuel for Men are popular fragrances. Former Jackson Heights resident and now LA transplant Tara Durkin has an excellent men’s fragrance called Dossage 8. There are obviously thousands of perfumes for women. I am not sure how good it is but I have to chuckle at the name of House of Matriarch’s big seller, Sex Magic. That rivals the Sex on the Beach perfume from Long Island-based Demeter Fragrances, whose CEO is die-hard Mets fan Mark Crames. Safer name choices in the perfume world are Revlon’s Love Is On Eau de Toilette and Elizabeth Arden’s Always Red. Ralph Lauren makes a fragrance gift set that includes a box of Dylan’s Chocolates while Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb gift set includes parfum, shower gel and body cream. Lampe Berger Paris’ Cocoon Boxed Set contains has what it calls an Ocean Breeze Home Fragrance in a stylish satin glass case. Valentine’s Day, like Halloween, is a day when, barring serious health issues, we can look the other way when it comes to sugar consumption. Godiva and See Candies make tasty chocolates, but I have to admit to a special fondness for Ghirardelli’s peppermint bark and caramel squares. Chocolate Covered Cherries and Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates ( are perfect for anyone who might have allergies to nuts of any kind. Josh Aryeh, a Queens Hatzolah Ambulance volunteer driver, started Fruits in Chocolate ( just across the Nassau County border in Inwood, LI, three years ago. As the company name indicates, Aryeh’s company places pieces of fresh fruit inside premium dark chocolate. They are kosher and are sold at a wide variety of retailers. The southern part of the United States has always been known for great desserts. Brennan’s of Houston makes these soft praline pieces that remind you of the delicious fudge that you find in Atlantic City. Whoopie pies are a southern treat, but the sweetest that I have ever tasted are those from Wicked Whoopies (, surprisingly made in Freeport, Maine, a Portland suburb famous for its outlet shopping. Former investment banker L... (Queens Chronicle)

Dec 8, 2016

Parker: New flower shop opens with a Fleurish in Parkdale

News and notes Last February I was pleased to introduce Darby Lee Young as she launched Level Playing Field, a company whose primary goal is to make Calgary the most accessible city in Canada. She and her staff have worked hard to break down the barriers, many of which she has encountered as a young lady born with a mild form of cerebral palsy. Young’s success has been rewarded with a Western Legacy Award from the Calgary Stampede. But more projects mean she needs more space and she is desperately looking for two offices, a storage room and large boardroom or open area; all accessible for wheelchairs through the front door. David Parker appears Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Read his columns online at He can be reached at 403-830-4622 or by email at ... (Calgary Herald)

Jun 22, 2016

2016 Festival of Flowers results

U14 match Saturday at the Greenwood Country Club during the Festival of Flowers Junior Open Tennis Tournament.  Boys' 10 Singles (Round Robin) Darby, Hayden (Greenwood, SC) def. Dunton, Jason (Greenwood, SC) 4-0; 4-0 Roquemore, Jonathan (Lexington, SC) def. Dunton, Jason (Greenwood, SC) 3-4; 4-2; 1-0 Darby, Hayden (Greenwood, SC) def. Roquemore, Jonathan (Lexington, SC) 4-1; 4-0 Boys' 12 Singles (Quarterfinal Round) Davenport, Jack (Greenwood, SC) def. Brown, Evan (Greenwood, SC) 6-0; 6-0 Schoch, Hampton (Greenwood, SC) def. Bedenbaugh, Zachary (Clinton, SC) 6-0; 6-3 Crain, Elijah (2) (Irmo, SC) def. Schoch, Jenkins (Greenwood, SC) 7-5; 4-6; 11-9 Boys' 12 Singles (Semifinal Round) Sneed, Neiman (1) (Hephzibah, GA) def. Davenport, Jack (Greenwood, SC) 6-2; 6-2 Schoch, Hampton (Greenwood, SC) def. Crain, Elijah (2) (Irmo, SC) 6-1; 6-1 Boys' 12 Singles (Final Round) Schoch, Hampton (Greenwood, SC) def. Sneed, Neiman (1) (Hephzibah, GA) 6-3; 6-3 Boys' 12 Singles Consolation (Semifinal Qualifier) Bedenbaugh, Zachary (Clinton, SC) def. Schoch, Jenkins (Greenwood, SC) 4-6; 7-5; 10-5 Boys' 12 Singles Consolation (Semifinal Round) Crain, Elijah (2) (Irmo, SC) def... (Greenwood Index Journal )

May 3, 2016

A BED OF ROSES: Take a stroll with Wilmington Cape Fear Rose Society's annual tour

Circle and White Knight-climbing roses. Another climber, Fourth of July, scales a fence draping over to touch a David Austin rose named “Abraham Darby.” Karen and Bill Arnau are partial to a big-blooming grandiflora rose named “Rock & Roll.” It has a knock-out fragrance and creamy buds that open up to reveal wild stripes of burgundy, red and ivory petals surrounded by glossy green foliage. David Lawrence and Barbara Hajek have an unusual garden in that many of their roses are in pots. These containers are easy to move around for optimal sunlight. “Visitors are attracted to our favorite, Blue Girl,” Barbara says. “Blooms are dressed in shades of pale blue to lilac, and it has a ‘full-bodied roses-in-bloom’ fragrance. Its unusual color stands out amidst the reds and pinks.” Amending the soil is a must for rose growers, and many choose compost manure, soil conditioner, lime and sulfur to achieve the ideal pH of 6.5. Chris and Maria Wilkinson have spent 12 years working triple-shredded hardwood mulch into their fine black sand to make it rose-friendly. “I can’t name a favorite,” Chris admits. “Our 35 roses are like a large family. I love them because they all provide unique combinations of color, fragrance and flowering characteristics that change from day to day.” On the contrary, Rick and Marilyn Davis quickly name the deep coral “Fragrant Cloud” and bright red “Crimson Bouquet.” “Fragrant Cloud has been ranked in the top 10 most fragrant roses in the world,” Rick says, “and I encourage visitors to smell it. Crimson Bouquet is a happy rose in this climate (think the dreaded black spot), and produces clusters of blooms all season long (late March through October).” Bob and Linda Knerr, long-time rosarians, have a rose named for them: the red and white Bob & Linda Hybrid Tea. The Knerrs exhibit in rose shows with hybridizer John Smith, who liked them so much he named one of his hybrids for them. Charles and Deborah Cooke have more than 100 roses, naming Limelight, a soft-butter yellow with lime-green cast, and Randy Scott, a white blend with yellow cast, as favorite hybrid teas. The Wilmington Cape Fear Rose Society was started by its president, Bill Hartzell, some 14 years ago—who won Best in Show prizes for three hybrid tea roses: the fragrant Double Delight with creamy center and cherry red outer petals; St. Patrick’s with chartreuse buds that open to yellow; the hot-pink Signature with 5-inch blooms; and a miniature rose named “Fair Hope” with light yellow, fragrant flowers. Hartzell’s favorite this year is Veteran’s Honor, the epitome of the ultimate red hybrid tea. Visitors to these landscapes are welcome May 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. DETAILS:Wilmington Cape Fear Rose TourSaturday, May 7, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.See all locations: wcfrs.blogspot.comMike Caulder: 910-297-5538Free! Abraham DarbyBarbara HajekBob and Linda KnerrBob and Vonnie FryCharles and Deborah CookeDavid LawrenceEbb Tideencore magazineLinda GrattafioriMary and Billy BarwickMike and Debbie CaulderWilmington Cape Fear Rose Society’s 13th annual Rose TourWi... (encore Online)