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Jul 6, 2021

Paul Wilck | Obituary | Rockwall Herald Banner - Rockwall County Herald Banner

Rockwall, TX; grandson: Daniel Palomba of Josephine, TX; granddaughters: Caroline and Alyssa Palomba of Rockwall, TX; and great-granddaughters: Addison and Elaina. Funeral services will be held 4:00 pm Tuesday, July 6, 2021, at Reflections at Rest Haven Funeral Home-Rockwall Location. A reception will be held after the funeral service. A gathering of family and friends will take place before the funeral beginning at 3:00pm. In lieu of flowers, plant a tree, hang a bird feeder, or donate to the charity of your choice. Published on June 30, 2021 Adblock test (Why?)...

Apr 4, 2021

The Perseverance of New York City’s Wildflowers - The New York Times

Flushing in 1862.Others came as stowaways, as the writer Allison C. Meier notes in the book’s introduction. In the 19th century, the botanist Addison Brown scoured the heaps of discarded ballast — earth and stones that weighed down ships — by city docks for unfamiliar blossoms, as he noted in an 1880 issue of the Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. During one July jaunt to Gowanus in Brooklyn, Mr. Brown noted purple sprouts of sticky nightshade...

Mar 19, 2020

Jean Griffis | Obituary - Meridian Star

Carol Brown (Huff); grandchildren, Tracy Barber, Laura Baucum (Jackie), Cade Carson, Jennifer Settlemires (Steve), Wright Griffis (Leslie) and Addison Griffis (Jamie); eleven great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Mrs. Griffis is preceded in death by her husband W.H. "Pat" Griffis of Chunky, Miss. The Griffis family suggest that memorials be made as donations to Highland Baptist Church Youth Fund in Meridian, Miss. or to Trinity Baptist Church Youth Fund in Philadelphia, Miss. in lieu of flowers. Family and friends may sign the online guestbook at robertbarhamffh.com. Published on March 18, 2020 ...

Feb 1, 2020

Obituary: Andrew "Drew" Paul Ross - Press Herald

The greatest joy and love of Drew’s life was his daughter, Addison. They had a very special relationship and enjoyed spending time together. They loved watching movies, going to concerts, the yearly father daughter Valentine dance, visiting his Dad in Bonita Springs Fla. and going to the beach.Family was so very important to Drew. He looked forward to the Ross Family Reunion’s at his uncle Butch and aunt Susan’s camp every summer, and he made sure he didn’t miss the occasion. Drew also made a spring trip to Florida to spend time with his dad and get out of the cold.He is survived by his daughter Addison “Addy” Ross of Brunswick; mother, Colette Ross of Brunswick, father, Paul Ross of Bonita Springs Fla; a brother, Kevin Ross; and his girlfriend, Emily Wolf of the West Forks; along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins. A celebration of Andrew’s life is being held on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020 at 11 a.m. at David E. Desmond and Son Funeral Home, 638 High Street, Bath Maine. Visiting will be 10:00 to 11 a.m. prior to the service.To express your thoughts and condolences to the family please visit www.desmondfuneralhomes.comIn lieu of flowers, a go fund me page has been set up for donation for his daughter Addison’s education. « Previous ...

Jun 14, 2018

Flowers and feminism

She is frustrated not only by the incessant London rain, but also by her stodgy solicitor husband, Mellersh (Addison Turner), who treats her like a child. When Lotty sees an advert in the newspaper seeking to rent San Salvatore, a medieval castle in Italy, for the month of April to anyone who “appreciates wisteria and sunshine,” she jumps at the opportunity. She soon enlists a woman from her church, Rose Arnott (Teresa Hurley-Miller), to join her and help defray costs. Rose is even more dissatisfied than Lotty, though it’s only later that we learn the cause of her pain. Two other women join the crew: the beautiful but melancholic Lady Caroline Bramble (Samantha Lucas) and the hilariously snooty Mrs. Graves (Mary Burns), who, when unable to understand someone speaking Italian, declaims “I speak only the Italian of Dante.” Act I is set in a dark, dreary and rain-soaked London, but following intermission the curtain is drawn to reveal a world of flowers, colorful furniture and, in the distance, mountains and the ocean. TOTR’s stage is tiny-I call it “Plays in a Box”-but set designer Jerry Miller, who also directed and plays Rose’s husband, Frederick-did a remarkable job of opening it up and evoking the spirit of San Salvatore, whose name suggests joyful salvation. Hilsee, as Lotty, was absolutely delightful on the night I attended (Friday, June 6). Playing a woman who expects everything to turn out well and shares that optimism freely, she made us fall in love with her. In some ways, Hurley-Miller had a more difficult role; her Rose is a complex woman who is hiding secrets, and Hurley-Miller let us see into her psyche while keeping her secret from the other characters. As Lady Caroline, Lucas was terrific-and she’s only 16! She seemed much older in her role as a troubled “modern” woman (read: flapper) struggling to process a great loss in the war. The male actors gave creditable performances in roles that were basically setups for the women. I especially enjoyed Andy Hafer as Anthony Wilding, the castle’s owner, who showed up mostly to flirt with the women and provide comic relief with Costanza the cook (a very funny Natalie Valencia). When the men arrive at San Salvatore, the characters resolve their issues so that everybody can go home happy and in love. For the women, this means they have relationships with their men that are based on equality. And those who have experienced loss are able once again to smile at life. ...