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Peter's Flower Shop

Order flowers and gifts from Peter's Flower Shop located in Spring Lake NC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 316 Nc Highway 210 N Ste G, Spring Lake North Carolina 28390 Zip. The phone number is (910) 436-0058. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Peter's Flower Shop in Spring Lake NC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Peter's Flower Shop delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Peter's Flower Shop
Address:
316 Nc Highway 210 N Ste G
City:
Spring Lake
State:
North Carolina
Zip Code:
28390
Phone number:
(910) 436-0058
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Find Peter's Flower Shop directions to 316 Nc Highway 210 N Ste G in Spring Lake, NC (Zip 28390) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 35.1695576218038, -78.9717712938735 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Dec 8, 2017

Mueller's Flowers & Gifts reopens in Spring Lake Heights after devastating fire

CLOSE A fire destroyed Mueller's Flowers & Gifts store in Manasquan. Now the owners have reopened in Spring Lake Heights. DAVID P. WILLISMueller's Flowers & Gifts has reopened in Spring Lake Heights after a fire destroyed its landmark store in Manasquan.(Photo: David P. Willis)SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS - Mueller's Flowers & Gifts has a new temporary home after a fire tore through the Manasquan shop in August.Earlier this fall, Nanci Marta and Caleb Mauro moved into a small storefront on Route 71 in Spring Lake Heights. "We looked at a few places," Marta said. "To be able to open this fast was really a miracle."More: Mueller's Flowers in Manasquan vows to reopen after fireMore: Fire destroys Manasquan floral shop, a 'staple' of the communityMueller's Flowers & Gifts was a landmark on Route 71 in Manasquan, in business for nearly 90 years. It was discovered in flames on Sunday evening this past August. The fire resulted in "significant damage" to the building, including the shop's greenhouse.After the fire, another florist, Flowers by Rhonda, in Brielle helped them fulfill ord... (Asbury Park Press)

May 18, 2016

Industry mourns stepmother of Win-Tron Electronics president

Bill Winder. She joined the business as a corporate officer, first at Hudson Marine in Elizabeth, then at Win-Tron Electronics in Spring Lake Heights. She is the stepmother of Win-Tron president Edward Winder. While still at Win-Tron, she founded and operated her own marine business, Sea Jewels, selling nautical jewelry and accessories both wholesale and retail and exhibiting at boat shows. She was happiest enjoying her waterfront home on the Toms River, watching her colony of purple martins and migrating ducks, tending her flower garden, entertaining on her deck, shopping for clothes and visiting Atlantic City and Las Vegas, according to her obituary. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to the Alzheimer’s Association, 400 Morris Avenue, Denville, N.J., 07834. (Trade Only Today)

Dec 30, 2015

Donald Burks

Dale (Della) Burks and Daryl (Theresa) Burks of Phoenix, Ariz.; and one sister, Marilyn (Leonard) Wheat of Manito. He grew up on a farm in rural Spring Lake near Manito and graduated from Forman High School in 1961. He had an ear for music and enjoyed playing the accordion and guitar. Don was an athlete who competed in baseball, basketball and track. Upon graduation, he joined the United States Air Force and served our country four years after completing boot camp at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, then going to Biloxi, Miss., and on to tours of duty in Japan and Pakistan. Don loved to travel. While in his 20’s he got his private pilot’s license and bought a small plane which he kept at Waddell Airport just down the road from where he grew up. He spent most of his adult life as a Special Communications Officer for the Federal Government, working in American Embassies in Uganda, Senegal, Republic of Congo, Germany, Morocco, Guam, Philippines, Croatia, Thailand, and finishing his career in Iraq. When he was in the Congo, he met Ninfa Gonzaga who was serving as the treasurer of a mission there, and they were married in her hometown in the Philippines July 2, 2001. Since retiring in 2007, they lived in Lake of the Woods, Virginia, and enjoyed fishing, boating, sports on tv and attending church activities. Don was an active member of the Faith Baptist Church in Frederick... (Pekin Daily Times)

Dec 30, 2015

Marguerite "Margie" R. (Campion) Cole, Arpin, WI

Judy) of Eau Claire, WI; sons, Michael Cole (Jeannie) of Evansville, WI, Terry Howard (Carol) of Arpin; and a daughter, Peggy Howard (Tommy) of Spring Lake, MI; five grandchildren; fifteen great- grandchildren; and a very special foster son, Robert Wing of Arpin. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents and two brothers, Clem Pepper and Jim Pepper A Celebration of Margie’s Life will be held on Monday, Jan. 4, 2016, at HANSEN-SCHILLING FUNERAL HOME, 1010 East Veterans Parkway, Marshfield, WI. Visitation will be at 10 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 11 a.m. with Chaplin Randy Vanderloo officiating. Private inurnment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or a favorite charity. For your convenience, online condolences may be made at www.hansenschillingfuneralhome.com. Share on Facebook Print ... (Gazettextra)

Dec 30, 2015

See Who Got Married This Weekend!

Country Club." - photographer Grace Darnell image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Gregory Adams and I were married in my parents' backyard on Spring Lake, Michigan, followed by a reception at Spring Lake Country Club." - bride Stacey Scanlon Adams image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Julia Ghica and Brian Dina were married at Concorde Banquets in Kildeer, Illinois." - photographer Rich Henry image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Andrew and Ashley Deisler got married at the Inn at Bingham School in Mebane, North Carolina." - photographer Leah Marie image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "From a wedding that I did on Friday, July 3!" - photographer Danielle Flake image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "The barn at @freshviewevents is pretty awesome." - photographer Lara Eichhorn image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Cassandra and Brad had one of those weddings that keeps you smiling through hours of editing." - Anahi Weddings image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Britten and Dylan got married this weekend at Stonehouse Villa in Driftwood, Texas!" - photographer Jeff Campbell image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Anne and Lt. Tom Voutsos." - photographer Christin Berry image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Chelsea and Nathan's wedding at Swinging Bridge Farms in Mendota, Virginia was the perfect way to celebrate July 4." - photographer Pam Burke image Real Weddings of the Week 7/6/15 "Congratulations to my beautiful friend and colleague Jocie! This weekend she married her best friend." - Marie Kubin of Rent My Wedding image Real Weddings of the Week 6/29/15 "Elizabeth and Kyle spend some time getting wet yesterday before their reception at Bay 7 in Durham, North Carolina." - photographer Hooman Bahrani image Real Weddings of the Week 6... (Huffington Post)

Aug 18, 2015

Dorothy Elizabeth Lewis Heath, 91, Petal Pusher Flowers, Island Treasures owner

Mills (Scott) and Barbara Jean Sellers, all of Leland; sister-in-law, Patty Lee Lewis, of Castle Hayne; brother-in-law, Jerry Lynn Bland, of Boiling Spring Lakes; and many loving nieces and nephews. Dorothy graduated with the 1942 class of New Hanover High School. She attended Raleigh School of Commerce, where she met her husband, Ralph, who was the nephew of the owner. Married in 1943, WWII took them to Camp Beale in Marysville, California. Upon discharge, Ralph was offered a job in Marin County, California. They joined Novato Presbyterian Church, where Dorothy was also church secretary. She later became the secretary at Loma Verde Elementary School. After returning to North Carolina in the early 1960s, Dorothy worked as a secretary for Queensboro Steel Company of Wilmington and Riegel Paper Company in Riegelwood. She later opened a gift shop, Island Treasures, in Oak Island. She sold the business and opened a florist shop, Petal Pusher Flowers, in Leland. Dorothy, a lifelong gardener, enjoyed sitting among her flowers and watching the birds and butterflies. She also loved to cook and is especially remembered for her lemon meringue pie. She had a love for arts and crafts and was always ready to sew, cut, glue or frame. But her real joy was in tutoring young children. She worked with a tutoring program in Leland and with several children in the family. Some of those children came back to tell her they would not have completed school without her help. Dorothy spent much of her childhood attending Woodburn Presbyterian Church in Leland and, as an adult, served there as a Sunday school teacher and elder. A memorial service will be held at noon Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015, at Woodburn Presbyterian Church, 509 Village Road, Leland. Visitation will be held at the family’s home the week before the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 1414 Physicians Drive, Wilmington, NC 28401 or Woodburn Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund, P.O. Box 1140, Leland, NC 28451. Please leave online condolences for the family at Wilmington Funeral & Cremation. To view the full list of Port City Daily obituaries, click here.   Camp Beale, Island Treasures, lemon meringue pie, Loma Verde Elementary School, New Hanover High School, Novato Presbyterian Church, Petal Pusher Flowers, Queensboro Steel Company of Wilmington, Raleigh School of Commerce, Reigel Paper Compan... (Port City Daily)

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