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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 4, 2021

Historic Daytona Beach flower shop suffers extensive damage after electrical fire - WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If you live in Daytona Beach, the retro green and pink sign outside Zahn’s Flowers will be a familiar sight. Owner Leah Mihalko said it’s been a part of the community for nearly 100 years, originally owned by the Zahn family.“My grandparents bought the store from the Zahn family in the 70s... I’m a third generation owner,” said Mihalko. “This place is my whole life. We grew up here and now I bring my child here.”Early Sunday morning, a fire broke out at the store. Mihalko said the cause was an old electrical outlet. She says a bystander saw the smoke and called for help.“We have cameras inside the store. When I heard about the fire, I immediately pulled out my phone to check the cameras. I could see the smoke billowing in... Then you see the parade of firefighters running in,” said Mihalko.No one was inside or harmed during the fire.Firefighters told the owners that the fire started on the second floor. They haven’t been using it for some time because it was under...

Sep 7, 2020

Area flower farm blooming with business - Springfield News Sun

Facebook page, Instagram or website.The flower farm has a presence at 2nd Street Market in downtown Dayton and also bring ordered flowers for pick-ups to St. Anne the Tart in east Dayton.ExploreGrowth of veganism boosts Dayton chef’s businessThey can also have some delivery options for a fee.Throughout the year, some customers sign up for regular flower subscriptions.“There’s a lot of people-- especially over this COVID time -- who enjoy having flowers in the house,” Lavy said.Lavy herself loves to be out with the flowers during the colder months.“Its very therapeutic. My favorite time to be out here in the winter time. We don’t have a lot blooming at that time, but we do have some. It’s cool outside but its nice and warm in here,” she said.Wendy Lavy, owner of Consider the Lillies flower farm in New Carlisle, talks about the flowers they have growning in a greenhouse Wednesday. BILL LACKEY/STAFFCredit: Bill LackeyCredit: Bill LackeyHer two daughters have helped out with the business and she said three other workers come out part time.This year Lavy said they haven’t done as many weddings, though they did do some small ceremonies. However, 2021 is booking up.”We love doing weddings. Its one of my favorite things actually,” she said.Lavy...

Jan 4, 2020

Obituary for David Strode - Greeley Tribune

His family later moved to Piqua, Ohio, where he graduated from Piqua Central High School in 1976. In 1983, he graduated from the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. He joined Hensel Phelps Construction Company March 1986 working on local projects including the Union Colony Civic Center and Northern Colorado Medical Center as well as many long-term projects around the country, before retiring in 2013. Dave enjoyed golfing, reading, traveling, working in the yard, and gardening. He had a passion for cooking and his friends and family were always the recipients of his herb and tomato creations. Dave loved his time volunteering at NCMC along with his work with the Aims Community Foundation. Dave is survived by his wife, Leslie (Gordon Grissom) Strode, whom he married Aug. 22, 2014; adored children and grandchildren, Lydia (Heath) Boyes, Kennedy, Kambrie, and Emma, Micah (Katelyn) Strode and Ava; brother, Mark (Jill) Strode; nephews, Jackson and Cooper; stepchildren, Zachary Grissom, Jeremy (Katie) Grissom; Porter and Anson, Jessica (Casey) Roberts, Taegan, Caden, and Brogan, Jacob (Tia) Grissom; Bradly and Waylon. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Dave’s honor to the Strode Memorial Fund:

Oct 10, 2019

Reva F. Flowers - The Fulton County News

Noah True, Lucas Morgan, and Carter Kerns. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by five brothers: Dayton, Vernon, Albert, Watson and Richard Hovermale; and five sisters: Helen, Julia, Dorothy, Jean and Carmeta. Funeral services were held at Grove Funeral Home Tuesday, October 8, at 11 a.m. Rev. Mark Faith officiated. Interment was in Cedar Lawn Memorial Park, in Hagerstown. Donations may be made to the Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church, 14253 Exline Road, Hancock, MD 21750 Online condolences at ...

Aug 22, 2019

Obituary: George Peter Nichols - Lewiston Sun Journal

Thelxy (Rallis) Nichols. He graduated from Lewiston High and then joined the Navy to serve during World War II. He was stationed on the USS Dayton. Upon return from the service, he attended the University of Maine and graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering.During his extensive career as an engineer, he collaborated on many projects with architects, as well as national and local contractors, where he oversaw the construction phase of projects for paper mills, power plants, schools, hospitals and municipal buildings. One of his career highlights was managing the installation of the entire security system at the George H.W. Bush Estate in Kennebunkport, Maine, during Vice-President Bush’s tenure.George was an active and long-time member of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Lewiston, Maine, where he served on the Parish Council for more than 35 years. He donated his services for the architectural design of the current Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Lewiston, Maine, as well as the supervision of the ongoing construction, and served as general contractor. For his service to the community, he was recognized as a recipient of the Diocese Laity Award by Metropolitan Methodios, of the Boston Diocese. George also served as President of the George C. Chase Chapter Order of Ahepa. In Florida, he was a member of Holy Trinity Greek Ortho...

Jul 26, 2019

Funeral services set for Nick DiSalvo, co-owner of Mamma DiSalvo’s Italian Ristorante -

Shanon Morgan, president of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association, said Nick DiSalvo’s passing is a loss to the Dayton-area restaurant community. “The DiSalvo family is such a pillar in the Kettering area, and we are fortunate to have had Mamma DiSalvo’s wonderful restaurant in our community for the past 40 years,” Morgan said. “Many of us will truly miss the warm smile that Nick always greeted friends with — often followed by a big hug and kiss. I’m confident that his love for his family, friends and restaurant will continue to shine through.” Family members wrote in Mr. DiSalvo’s obituary that Nick was “passionate about his restaurant business and studying the bible. He loved fishing, attending church, and Bill's donuts. Nick enjoyed sports and was a huge fan of the Bengals, Cubs, and OSU football. Nick loved his boys and family beyond measure. His kind, humble demeanor made him a magnet for people.”The announcement prompted an outpouring of tributes and condolences on the Mamma DiSalvo’s Italian Ristorante Facebook page. Here are some excerpts of comments: -- “Nick had a heart as great as the outdoors and loved to laugh and make people laugh. He had such a kind soul. May his memory be a blessing for the family and all who knew and loved Nick.” “Whether it was your first time or 500th time in the restaurant, Nick treated you like a regular.” “We loved his friendly welcome and his ability to make us feel like family.” “He always treated me like gold from the time I was a kid to the last time I saw him. What a loss for the community and for the DiSalvo family.” “The DiSalvo Family has been so good to me during my cancer battle and loss of my husband. Deepest sympathies for your loss of Nick.” “Nick was always the one to greet you as you walked in the door! His presence will surely be missed!” >>BEST OF DAYTON: Mamma Disalvo’s wins for Best Italian restaurant The restaurant was already scheduled to be closed this week for a summer break that ...


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