Florists in Cortland, OH
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Cortland Flower Shops
2886 Niles Cortland Rd. N.E
Cortland, OH 44410
Cortland OH News
Nov 18, 2016
Gardening and the gridiron
Sporticulture is the brainchild of Cortland Smith, an unabashed Washington Redskins fan who walked into a greenhouse full of red and yellow pansies and saw more than beautiful flowers — he saw his team in living color. Smith and his business partner, Pete Gilmore, took their concept to the NFL, which recognized a niche market and granted the necessary licensing. The two business partners have been running with it ever since.
“It’s not as much about gardening as it is about decorating,” Gilmore says, emphasizing the idea of pretty grab-and-go plants in pots that, with little fuss, turn a front porch or patio into a welcoming party venue. The game-day decorators who have picked up on the idea are mostly women, he says, but the appeal is growing. “We are hoping men, millennials, all kinds of people look at this and say, ‘Oh, that’s my team — that’s cool,’ and take it to a friend’s house,” Gilmore says.
Sporticulture made a quiet launch of its products in 2015. This year is the big kickoff: Fans across the country can find their favorites at garden shops and big-box stores. You can buy mums in Green Bay Packers gold in an NFL-themed pot, or fire-engine red mums in a two-gallon container sporting the arrowhead logo of the Kansas City Chiefs. These products “bring team colors to life,” as the Sporticulture we... (The Sheridan Press (subscription))May 3, 2016
Check out Teatown's Mother's Day Plant Sale; Bear Mountain's Park Day
There is a $2 surcharge for tickets bought on-site or over the phone at 914-366-6900. Van Cortlandt Manor, 525 S. Riverside Ave., Croton-on-Hudson. For times and additional information visit www.hudsonvalley.org.
LED vines wrap around the Manor House at... (The Journal News | LoHud.com)Feb 3, 2016
Stephen Louis Kraatz
In lieu of flowers, donate to Song Mountain Ski Patrol, c/o J. Procopio, 7607 Merle Ridge, Baldwinsville, NY 13027 or First Presbyterian Church, or Cortland Country Music Park, P.O. Box 402, Cortland, NY 13045-0402, or charity of your choice.
(Auburn Citizen)Jan 8, 2016
Carmella Cirillo Ruscio
She is survived by her loving husband, Bruno Ruscio, of Auburn; two daughters, Donna (Alex) Fumarola, of Cortland, and Linda (Leon) Darling, of Aurora; five grandsons, Paul (Cyndi) Powers, of Virginia Beach, Va., Travis Powers, of Cortland, Robert Carberry and his fiancée, Molly Grinnell, of Auburn, Brian (Megan) Carberry, of Fairport, and Joshua Darling, of Aurora; two great-grandchildren, Blake and Brooke Powers; three sisters, Josephine Campanile, of Johnstown, N.Y., Rose Cirillo, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Philomenia Harrington, of Stuart, Fla.; a brother, Thomas (Catherine) Cirillo, of Amsterdam, N.Y.; four sisters-in-law, Virginia Ruscio, Jeannette Cirillo, Rita Cirillo, and Joanne Ruscio; as well as several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
In addition to her parents, Carmella was predeceased by three brothers, Mattio, Nicholas, and Louis Cirillo, and three brothers-in-law, Joseph and Peter Ruscio, and Robert Harrington.
There are no calling hours. Friends and relatives are invited to join the family at 11 a.m. Friday in Sacred Heart Church, for Carmella’s Mass of Christian burial. Entombment will follow in St. Joseph’s Mausoleum.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to either Hospice of the Finger Lakes, 1130 Corporate Drive, Auburn, NY 13021 or Sacred Heart Church, 90 Melrose Road, Auburn, NY 13021.
Arrangements by Pettigrass Funeral Home of Auburn.
(Auburn Citizen)Jan 8, 2016
Leaders mourn Plainfield activist Dottie Gutenkauf
New York City in 1933. She worked as a professor in the Sociology-Anthropology Department at State University of New York College at Cortland, where she organized the American Federation of Teachers in SUNY and negotiated a merger with a National Education Association affiliate to create the United University Professions in 1973, according to her autobiography on her website.
She served as a national representative for the AFT before retiring in 1997, continuing her political work with the Progressive Caucus of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee.
She also worked with noted social justice thinkers and activists Bayard Rustin, Michael Harrington, Norman Thomas and others to help found what is now the Democratic Socialists of America and worked for the presidential campaigns of Eugene McCarthy and George McGovern
Poetry and music also were her passions. She sang with folk singer and activist Pete Seeger in the Good Neighbor Chorus and with the Solidarity Singers of the NJ Industrial Union Council.
On Dec. 7, city blogger Dan Damon described a recent visit with Gutenkauf at JFK's Hartwyck at Cedarbrook Rehab Center, where she moved after spending some time at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset.
“Feisty as ever, the first thing she wanted to know was what has been happening on the political front in Plainfield while she has been out of commission,” Damon reported.
“At the end of yesterday's visit, Dottie asked that I send her love to all — which this post is conveying.”
She is survived by son Jon Martin, daughter Polly Armour and two grandchildren.
At her request, Gutenkauf's remains have been donated to the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. A memorial service... (MyCentralJersey.com)Jan 8, 2016
Monty K. Baker
Anna I. Baker of Warrensburg.
He graduated from Warrensburg High School in 1967 and continued his education at the State University of New York at Cortland where he received a master’s degree in history.
Monty was drafted and served in active duty during the Vietnam War. He was a proud veteran that witnessed many atrocities while in Vietnam, forever shaping his life.
Monty’s passion was helping other veterans receive the benefits to which they were entitled. He was a vocal advocate in saving the Onondaga War Memorial, taking his cause to the media.
The highlights of his life were going to the Indy 500 with his father and attending Woodstock with his lifelong friend, John Hall Jr. He enjoyed cooking and was a devoted NASCAR fan. Monty was a phenomenal storyteller with a great sense of humor. His wit and laughter will be sorely missed by those closest to him.
Monty is survived by: his loving sister, Karen Sipowicz of Warrensburg; his nephew, David Sipowicz of San Diego, California; his niece, Jennifer Sipowicz-Neilands (Rob) of Hudson Falls; his sister, Fran (George) Heinrich of Gansevoort; his niece, Kelly (Rick) Farmer of Gansevoort; his brother, Beecher (Karen) Baker of Queensbury; and his special aunts, Mary (Chris) Sprague of Diamond Point and Marian Morey of Lake George. He also leaves behind several nieces, nephews... (Glens Falls Post-Star)