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Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.


Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections.


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Florists in Cookeville, TN

Find local Cookeville, Tennessee florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Cookeville and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Cookeville Flower Shops

Apple Blossom Florist

662 West Spring Street
Cookeville, TN 38501
(931) 528-6344

Creative Flowers By Sherron

353 Pippin Road
Cookeville, TN 38501
(931) 526-6119

Deborah's Designs

44 North Walnut Avenue
Cookeville, TN 38501
(931) 528-7673

Towne & Country Flowers

611 S. Willow Avenue
Cookeville, TN 38501
(931) 528-5969

Cookeville TN News

Feb 3, 2016

Emily D. Burklow Clouse, 89, remembered for her contagious smile

In December of 1948, she married Troy and they moved to Cookeville, TN where she took an accountant position with Southern Continental Telephone Company while Troy pursued his engineering degree at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, now Tennessee Tech. The family moved from Cookeville to Oak Ridge in 1953 for Troy’s employment as a mechanical engineer and to raise their family. The family was a member of Central Baptist Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Once all of her children were in school, she began her career with the City of Oak Ridge. Emily later returned to school to attain an associate degree in computer programming and worked for the city’s data processing department for many years. Emily was very active in bowling, softball, tennis, as well as coaching both her daughter’s softball and basketball teams. Following the death of her first husband in 1993, she became very active in competitive ballroom dancing. Emily’s tennis team placed 2nd in a national tournament in Arizona. She met her second husband, Robert Clouse, while playing tennis. They traveled extensively throughout the world and were avid supporters for the University of Tennessee Women’s Basketball and Men’s Baseball Teams as well as the Atlanta Braves. Following Bob’s death in 2007, Emily moved to Chapin and continued her involvement in various activities, especially numerous bridge clubs where she not only was the frequent winner of the “quarters” but more importantly developed new and lasting friendships. She will be remembered for her “contagious” smile as well as being a loving wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend. Surviving are daughter, Lynn Holmes, husband Van of Chapin; sons Troy Burklow III and fiancé Katherine Hart of Knoxville, Tennessee; Paul Burklow Sr. and wife, Guncel of Jeffersonville, Indiana; three step-daughters: Dana Hensley and husband Sam of Kingston, Tennessee, Mary Underwood and husband David, of Knoxville, TN, Linda Stiles and husband, Charles of Chesapeake, VA; brother, Lingan Deitrick and wife Sally of Winter Haven, Florida; sister, Frances “Faffy” Hooper of Whiting, New Jersey; brother-in-law, Tom Burklow and wife, Kathy of Pompton Plains, New Jersey; sister-in-law, Ruth Roberts and husband Al of Huntley, Illinois; gran... (

Dec 30, 2015

2015 USA TODAY Tennessee Football Team

Dillon Mitchell (6-2, 195, Sr.), White Station (Memphis); Amari Rodgers (5-10, 185, Jr.), Knoxville Catholic Tight end: Gabe Angel (6-3.5, 225, Sr.), Cookeville Offensive line: Ryan Johnson (6-6.5, 289, Sr.), Brentwood Academy; Bryce Mathews (6-6, 285, Sr.), Brentwood Academy; Devin Salter (6-4, 274, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis); Jacob Still (6-1, 295, Sr.), St. George’s (Collierville); Trey Smith (6-5, 285, Jr.), University School of Jackson Second Team Quarterback: Andrew Goldsmith (6-0, 210, Sr.), Trinity Christian (Jackson) Running back: Cordarrian Richardson (5-11.5, 222, Jr.), Trezevant (Memphis); Traneil Moore (6-0, 190, Jr.), East Ridge (Chattanooga) Wide receiver: Tee Higgins (6-4, 184, Jr.), Oak Ridge; Nate Johnson (6-0, 180, Sr.), Independence (Thompson’s Station) Tight end: Darel Middleton (6-5, 220, Sr.), Oak Ridge Offensive line: Boone Sweeney (5-11, 230, Sr.), Forrest (Chapel Hill); Cade Mays (6-5, 295, So.), Knoxville Catholic; Will Lawrence (6-4, 280, So.), Harding Academy (Memphis); Michael Flowers (6-3, 320, Sr.), Donelson Christian (Nashville); Jake Harden (6-0, 200, Sr.), Boyd-Buchanan (Chattanooga) Defense First Team Defensive line: Emmit Gooden (6-4, 270, Sr.), Haywood (Brownsville); Matthew McClurg (6-5, 230, Sr.), Alcoa; Ty Nix (6-0, 270, Sr.), Oakland (Murfreesboro); Rutger Reitmaier (6-3, 280, Jr.), Lipscomb (Nashville) Linebacker: Daniel Bituli (6-3, 238, Sr.), Nashville Christian; Tyrel Dodson (6-2, 230, Sr.), Centennial (Franklin); Male... (The Daily News Journal)