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Oct 15, 2020

Obituary: Kristine Lynne Franklin - Prescott Daily Courier

Valley, Arizona, in April 1969. She graduated from Bradshaw Mountain High School in 1983 as Valedictorian of her class. She married her sweetheart, Anthony Franklin, on June 1, 1983, five days after graduating high school. Kris always just wanted to be a wife and mother. Her life revolved around being a homemaker and mom to her four children. She and Tony also took in three other teens for a period of time who were also in need of a home. Kris became a born-again Christian as a young girl and was faithful to Jesus her entire life. She enjoyed reading, loved to work jigsaw puzzles and baking. She also loved listening to Christian music and was a huge fan of tenor David Phelps, actually getting to meet him and attend a Barn Bash at his home in Culeoka, Tennessee, just before starting her cancer treatment. This trip was a special highlight in her life. Kris is survived by Tony, her husband of 37 years; her children, Brandon (Dayna) Franklin, of Prescott, Lauren (Neil) Mitchell, Deanna Franklin and Dustin Franklin; her parents, Bob and Sharon Allen, all of Prescott Valley; grandchildren, Gavin and Mackenzie Franklin and Jayden and Cameron Mitchell; sister, Dian (Jason) Wood, Chino Valley, Arizona; brother-in-law, John (Chris) Franklin, Phoenix, Arizona; and sister-in-law, Felicia (Pete) Falzone, Glendale, Arizona, and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service...

Oct 15, 2020

Obituary – Pat Onofrio | The Henrico Citizen - Henrico Citizen

Beatrice and husband Frank Carelli; and his granddaughter Danielle Pisciotta. Pat is survived by his wife of 49 years, Anna (Zizzo); children, Anthony (Susan) of Elgin, Ill., Joseph Pisciotta of Henrico, Diane Musiello and late husband, John, of Norfolk, Va., Emilia Pisciotta of Henrico, Denise Palazzotto and husband Michael of Henrico., Joseph (Janet) of Newport, NC., Maria Onofrio Payne and late husband, Richard of Virginia Beach, Va., Laurie Pisciotta of Virginia Beach, Va.; 18 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and many beloved nieces and nephews in Italy. Pat was born in San Fili, a province of Calabria, Italy on December 7, 1927. He immigrated to America in 1947 and served in the Army during the Korean War. He was very proud the day he became a U.S. citizen. Pat’s work success was in the clothing industry as he was a tailor by trade and later learned all aspects of the industry to include management, quality control and design. He worked for large companies such as Kuppenhiemer, Hart Schaffner Marx, and Target. Pat was a long-time parishioner of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Pat and his wife, Anna, moved to Henrico County in 1973. Together over the next several decades, they watched their family grow larger and larger as their children became adults and formed their own families. Pat was loved and respected by all who knew him. Pat lived his life for his...

Sep 7, 2020

The Dual History of Poisonous Flowers - The New York Times

Dennis Schrader of Landcraft Environments.Credit...Photograph by Anthony Cotsifas. Flower design by Emily Thompson. Production by Silka Rittson-Thomas. Set design by Haidee Findlay-Levin. Background image: Roelandt Jacobsz Savery (1576-1639), “Forest With Deer,” circa 1608-10, oil on panel, Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri, U.S.A./Museum Purchase/Bridgeman ImagesThe Dual History of Poisonous FlowersFrom ancient times through today, the same blooms used to harm have also proved healing.By Aug. 27, 2020THE FLOWERS POINT straight down, a chandelier’s worth, turned ostentatiously away from the sun. They are Brugmansia by genus and angel’s trumpet in parlance, with elongated buds that open into blaring mouths. In South America, the tree that bears them is called el borrachero, or “the drunk-maker,” in part because of the blooms’ dizzying night perfume of fermented lemons, said to induce crazed dreams. And more: Parts of the plant, when crushed, yield scopolamine, a.k.a. burundanga, a.k.a. devil’s breath — a psychoactive alkaloid deployed by criminals, via a spiked drink or a puff in the face, to disable free will. It is said to transform victims into dutiful servants who revive hours later, bereft of all their belongings and any memory of what they’ve done.The more distanced we become from the natural world, the more w...

Mar 19, 2020

Eugene LeDonne | Obituary - Times-West Virginian

Eugene Peppino LeDonne, 85 of Fairmont, passed away Tuesday, March 17, 2020. He was born in Tiltonsville, OH on November 29, 1934, a son of the late Anthony and Mary LeDonne. Eugene is survived by his wife, Marietta LeDonne; children, Eugene LeDonne and his wife Lisa of Summit, NJ, and Gina Dubbe and her husband Dean of Church Hill, MD; grandchildren, Dylan and Matthew LeDonne, and Ciara and Logan Dubbe; and a niece, Linda Shelosky. In addition to his parents, Eugene was preceded in death by his brothers, Frank and Tony LeDonne. The family would like to give special thanks to Eugene's caretakers, Carol Pitts and Pauline Monell. The family would also like to thank a great neighbor, Ed Devito. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to a local food pantry. Private family services will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.domicofh.com. Published on March 17, 2020 ...

Mar 19, 2020

AURORA OUTLIER: Southlands blooming among an industry of fading flowers - Sentinel Colorado

Southlands Shopping Center recently signed three new stores for its 1.7 million square-foot shopping complex in South Aurora: Open this month is Anthony Vince Nail Spa, a mani-pedi chain with two other locations in Colorado. Beauty giant Sephora will open a Southlands location in June followed by Five Below, a discount store, in July. Located near the intersection of E-470 and South Smoky Hill Road, the outdoor shopping center now boasts about 150 businesses including Petco, Bed, Bath & Beyond, an AMC movie theater and bars and restaurants. Southlands management highlighted the addition of Five Below, which will be leasing a 10,000 square-foot space. In a statement, mall management and retail giant M&J Wilkow said Southlands “is consistently attracting new businesses and retailers to the southeast Aurora area, and with Five Below investing in this location, Southlands continues to grow as a prominent community resource.” Southlands’ general manager, Marty Liles, celebrated the addition of Five Below in particular. The discount store hawks $5 to $10 merchandise for teen and tween shoppers and operates about 900 stores across the U.S. The mall says the new stores additions are emblematic of a greater success. Liles said about 90 percent of Southland stores are occupied in its gargantuan shopping center. More stores will likely be on the way. Nationwide, the outlook isn’t so peachy. Forecasters expect more indoor and more conventional malls to close their doors in coming years as so-called anchor stores close locations. Indoor shopping centers in particular have suffered with the rise of e-commerce. But that indust...

Feb 1, 2020

Roses for Kobe and Gianna as Lakers return to action - Rome Sentinel

LOS ANGELES (AP) — LeBron James wiped his eyes as the national anthem ended. Wearing Kobe Bryant’s No. 24 jersey, James wrapped teammate Anthony Davis, in a No. 8 jersey, in an embrace.The Lakers’ two current superstars were back on the court Friday night for the team’s first game since Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash five days earlier. “Everybody was emotional,” James said after the Lakers lost to Portland 127-119. Davis, who scored 37 points, added, “We wanted to make him proud.” Portland’s Damian Lillard had 48 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds in a Kobe-like performance. “I don’t think anybody walks away from this moment and this situation a winner,” Lillard said. “The memories that we’ll take away from it was just sad and just tough.” James paid tribute by wearing an oversized jersey, finger sleeve, wristbands and Bryant’s shoes. “Just showing that appreciation and love he gave us way before he knew us,” said James, who had 22 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists. The crowd tried to rally the Lakers, breaking into chants of Bryant’s name when the home t...