Florists in Alvin, TX
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Alvin Flower Shops
2424 Gordon St
Alvin, TX 77511
604 Texas 6
Alvin, TX 77511
Alvin TX News
Jul 6, 2021
Problem plants: 10 invasive species making a mess in Florida's ecosystems - Daytona Beach News-Journal
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants. Bulrush grows into dense, overgrown mats that outcompete native plants.3. Water fernSalvinia minima, also known as water fern or water spangles, was first reported in Florida in 1930, according to the United States Geological Survey.The floating fern, which is often used in home aquariums, often is found in freshwater ponds and swamps, according to the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants.4. Brazilian peppertreeSchinus terebinthifolia, more commonly known as Brazilian peppertree, is "one of the most aggressive and wide-spread of the invasive non-indigenous exotic pest plants" in Florida, according to the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants. As a result, it's illegal to sel... Mar 19, 2020
Obituary: James George Case - The Ithaca Voice
Carson Case and Collin Case and his Siblings Ann Goolsby (Ron), Chris Case (Kamilah), Andy Case (Theresa). He is also survived by his father-in-law Alvin Smarch; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Joyce and Ray Felice; nieces and nephews, Ryan Felice, Jenna Felice (Jenna Mamola), Richard Kirby, Brett Pirrone, Catherine Pirrone, Claire Goolsby, Jennifer Case, Kenny Goolsby, Rebecca Case and one great-niece Jordan Felice-Mamola. In addition to his parents, Jim was also predeceased by his sister-in-law, Christi Pirrone.
He was a loving and loyal husband, father to his three kids and loved his dogs Madison, Rosie and Gabby. He also had an amazing second family with the Big Red Staff, Coaches, Players and their Families. Jim Worked for Cornell University and loved being part of the Big Red family for over 32 years. Jim was the Associate Head Athletic Trainer, he worked closely with the lacrosse teams, football teams, girls swimming and covered many sports helping thousands of student-athletes throughout his career. He was the head trainer for Summit Lacrosse which was located across multiple locations although he spent many summers in Lake Placid, NY. He was the athletic trainer for the US Lacrosse National teams for the World Lacrosse Games in 1994 and 1998 and had served as an intern with the Detroit Lions. He also refereed basketball through IAABO.
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When Jim and Ladeen moved to Ithaca in 1988, he was the only Detroit Lions and Tigers fan in Tompkins County. His number one priority was always his family. He dreamed big and loved to shower his wife and kids with gifts as his heart was always in the right place. He was a sports enthusiast. He always had the newest technology and loved his gadgets. He enjoyed woodworking and sta... Mar 19, 2020
Vintage SoCal: An early bloomer in Pasadena’s Poppy Peak district - Los Angeles Times
William Carr, who mapped out the residential lots and built his own home. The Roaring ‘20s were well underway, Calvin Coolidge was president and a first-class stamp cost 2 cents.An early Carr neighbor built this Spanish Colonial in 1929. Stylistically, it is somewhat of a rarity among the historic district’s defining Modernist houses, designed by architects including Richard Neutra and Lyman Ennis, that sprang up from the 1930s through the 1960s.The restored and updated multistory home is walled and gated at the street with a front-facing garage. The new garage door is an exact replica of the original.
A gated garden patio with an outdoor fireplace leads to the front door. Inside, the 2,856 square feet of living space features vintage architectural details such as interior archways, wood-beamed ceilings and wood floors. Balconies and banks of windows bring in views of the San Gabriel Mountains.Among the living spaces are an open living room, a sunroom/office, a formal dining room, an updated kitchen, a butler’s pantry, a wine cellar, an artist’s studio/gym, four bedrooms and four bathrooms.The lower level has additional entrances, a second kitchen, a utility room and storage.Upgrades include seismic and foundation work, air c... Feb 1, 2020
Obituary: Glorilynn Kurimai Klein, 74, Former Norwalk Resident - Norwalk, CT Patch
Norwalk for 68 years. She was a graduate of Brien McMahon High School, Class of 1963.She was a lifelong devoted member of the Calvin Reformed Church in South Norwalk and served 21 years as their Sunday School Superintendent. Glorilynn coached the Norwalk Special Olympics for 25 years and enjoyed kayaking, astronomy and travel.Survivors include her son, Andrew Klein and his wife Dalila, her daughter Deborah Dirocco and her husband Arthur, her brother Mark Kurimai and his wife Nora, her sister Irene Lambert and her husband Glenn, grandchildren Michelle and Andrew Klein, Nikolas Petrov, Arthur, Victoria, George and Kayla Dirocco, and several nieces and nephews.Services will be held on Wednesday, January 22, 11 AM at the Calvin Reformed Church, 19 Lexington Ave., South Norwalk with burial to follow at Riverside Cemetery. Glorilynn's family will receive friends on Tuesday, January 21, from 3-7 PM at the Magner Funeral Home, 12 Mott Ave., Norwalk. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Calvin Reformed Church. For directions or to leave an online condolence, please go to www.magnerfuneralhome.com ... Jan 4, 2020
Obituary for Barbara Lepeniotis - Greeley Tribune
Greeley, passed away on Monday, Dec. 23, 2019, at Brookdale Assisted Living in Greeley. She was born Sept. 17, 1944, in Gridley, Kan. to Calvin and Dorothy (Circle) Freeman. She was a graduate of North High School. On Dec. 26, 1961, she married Paul Lepeniotis in Denver. She and Paul owned and operated Roasty’s (formerly Longs Peak Cafe) in Greeley. Barb enjoyed working in her yard and cooking for her family. She loved spending time with her grandkids and her great-granddaughter. She is survived by her daughters, Debbie Golden and Mary Whitman; brother, Larry Freeman; three grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter. She is preceded by her husband, Paul Lepeniotis; and brother, Donald Snodgrass. A Memorial Open House will be held from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 2, 2019, at the Moser Funeral Service Chapel, 3501 S. 11th Ave., Evans, with a private family inurnment at Littleton Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Barbara’s name to Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital. They can be sent in care of Moser Funeral Service, 3501 S. 11th Ave., Evans, Colo. 80620. An online guestbook and obituary are available at http://www.moserfuneralservice.com. May 31, 2019
A bouquet for mama, and a history lesson - The Apopka Voice
I must say that we were just boys, and as the old saying goes, “boys will be boys,” whatever that is meant to imply.To the best of my memory, Alvin was there. Alvin was the one my father called, “Dootsie Bobo,” because, as daddy claimed, “That boy doesn’t have the good sense of a hollow stump!”Yes, Buster, Eddie, Roger, and Dootsie Bobo were there and seeing as I am telling the story I guess I was there too.We were playing “war” in old man Heron’s woods which was sort of neat because there was the rotting carcass of a slightly dead cow that had died of some mysterious malady several weeks earlier. The cow, which we had convinced ourselves had been killed by a German bomb, lent just the right touch of realism to our make-believe conflict. We ran around, shooting at each other with our make-believe rifles and machine guns. The woods fairly resonated with our “rat-a-tat-tat, kapow, bang-bang and declarations of, “Gotcha!” Which was usually answered by, “No you didn’t, you just winged me!”Dootsie Bobo always liked getting shot because that gave him an excuse to fall down and take a nap for the rest of our current war. It was drawing on to dinner time so we decided to give the cow a reprieve and we wa...