Reed's Florists, Ltd.
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Reed's Florists, Ltd.
206 Harwood Ave. S
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Obituary for James Lee Tucker, Rogers, AR - Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
He attended Westark Community College where he played baseball. He enlisted in the US Navy in 1982 and served until 1987. He served aboard the USS Ajax and completed two Western Pacific deployments. He owned Exotic Tropicals Aquarium Shop in Rogers, Ark., for several years before entering a new career in 2010. After earning his nursing degree at Northwest Technical Institute, he began working as a nurse at Innisfree in Rogers, where he cared for others until his death. He is preceded in death by his parents. James is survived by his daughter, Merideth (Josh) Hanks; his son, Dallas Lee Tucker, and his love and companion, Lauri Sullins, all of Rogers; his sister, Carolyn (Rick) Beuttel of Overland Park, Kan.; and brother, Mike (Brenda) Tucker of Van Buren. "GT," Grandpa Tucker, is also survived by four grandsons, Miles Hanks, Mason Hanks, Macklin Hanks, and Maverick Hanks, all of Rogers, and nieces and nephews.James accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior several years ago and proudly shared his good news with others. Those who knew him when he was younger know he loved playing basketball and baseball. He continued to love sports, especially the Hogs, his whole life. He also had a passion for his hobbies, especially restoring and showing old cars. He loved Big with a big heart and when someone was in need, he would be one of the first ones to help.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Arkansas Veterans Village Corp at https://arvete... Apr 22, 2016
Longo's celebrates 60 years
In the next year or two, the company will be opening three new locations – in Ancaster, Guelph and Ajax – and hoping to win over customers like Mary Audia, who has been shopping at the chain for 24 years.
“If you need something, they get it for you – like a personal shopper,” she says. “If something you want isn't there, they get it. You don't get there anywhere else.”
At the first Longo’s location in 1956, about a third of the company’s business came from phone orders, where customers would ask for the essentials – beef, cereal, carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, Crisco and Delsey toilet paper. Back then, most customers didn’t know about products that we’re familiar with now – items like kale, quinoa, yogurt, olive oil and avocados.
“Years ago, avocados were around, but we sold very little,” says Gus. “At that time, it was the people who travelled – they’d know about them. Now, avocados are mainstream. People can’t go without their guacamole!”
“It’s true,” adds Rosanne. “Now you’ve got all these super foods, like kale and quinoa. People are cooking with rapini and artichokes, because of what food education has done – because of the Food Network, celebrity chefs and restaurants. People are just more food-savvy and health-conscious.”
When asked about the types of jobs he’d do in the early days, Gus chuckles, then speaks slowly, in a very matter-of-fact way.
“When I came back from school, I used to clean up the basement – all the trimmings from the vegetables,” he says. “My dad and older brothers left that for me. I’d take out the garbage and sweep the floors.
“I also used to sell stuff on the weekends, outside. They put an apron on me, and I’d sell flowers and stuff like that. I’d stop all of the men and ladies. I did all right, in that job. I guess it was just in my blood.”
BY THE NUMBERS:
1956: The year that Longo’s opened its first location
2004: The year Longo’s purchased Grocery Gateway
Over 20: The amount of Longo family members working in the business
29: The number of Longo’s locations
5: The number of Longo’s Market locations
... (24Hours Toronto)Jan 8, 2016
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VOLUNTEERING FOR HAVEN HOSPICE
A course is being offered as an introduction of volunteering at Haven Hospice.
The course is offered 3 to 4 p.m. Jan. 22 at Haven Hospice, 8301 Cypress Plaza Drive, Suite No. 119, Jacksonville.
There are many ways in which your skills and smile can make a difference through volunteering. Explore all the possibilities including patient support, administrative support. Call Carol Waters at (904) 733-9818 for more information. To apply online, go to www.HavenHospice.org/volunteer.
Haven Hospice is a not-for-profit community hospice organization providing services since 1979 and licensed in Florida since 1980.
Haven is North Florida’s expert in end-of-life and palliative care, receiving national recognition as a Circle of Life Award Recipient from the American Hospital Association for its excellence and innovation. Haven has also been recognized as a Florida Pacesetter for its leadership in promoting advance directives.
For more than 35 years, Haven has had the honor and privilege to serve more than 68,000 patients and families in North Florida. For more information, visit www.havenhospice.org or call (800) 727-1889.
JACKSONVILLE HARMONY CHORUS
Jacksonville Harmony Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International promoting women’s four-part harmony, will demonstrate A Cappella Quartets singing Valentines and other music during a performance Wednesday, Feb. 3, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Headquarters Library, Fleming Island.
The event, sponsored by Fleming Island Friends of the Library, is free and open to the public. No tickets required. Call (904) 278-3722.
CONVERSATIONS IN ENGLISH
All are invited to join a Conversation Group. This is a small group of adults in a casual-paced environment who want to practice speaking English. The event is 9:30 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church on Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, in the Youth Room. Contact the Clay County Literacy Coalition at (904) 272-5988 or email email@example.com.
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