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Florists in Burleson, TX

Find local Burleson, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Burleson 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.

Burleson Flower Shops

Albertsons Floral

833 N E Alsbury Blvd
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 447-9106

Flowers By Fran

248 Sw Wilshire Blvd
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-3501

H E B Blooms

165 Nw John Jones Dr
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 447-7484

Burleson TX News

Sep 28, 2016

Somervell County Jail log: June 6

Released June 3. Alysha Ann Browder, 25, of Granbury for DWI with child under 15 YOA. Released June 3. Stefanie Ferguson, 38, of Burleson for fraudulent use/possession of identifying information. Terry Joseph Flowers, 60, of Glen Rose for insufficient bond – DWI 3rd or more. Ramon Garcia, 43, of Fort Worth for driving with invalid license. Released June 5. Kevin Michael Gifford, 33, of Granbury for Driving while intoxicated 2nd. Released June 6. Brittany Nicole Grimm, 24, of Granbury for driving with invalid license. Released June 6. Jessica Ann Johnson, 28, of Granbury for assault causing bodily injury/family violence. Released June 1. Jacob Alexander Jones, 18, of Nemo for possession of marijuana Daniel Ryan Kirby, 18, of Granbury for criminal trespass. Released June 4. Becky Helen Mann, 44, of Granbury for criminal trespass. Mindy Lee Rowlett, 33, of Granbury for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance >=4G Jacob Shoemake, 17, of Glen Rose for possession of marijuana Logan James Smith, 17, of Glen Rose for possession of marijuana James South, 39, of Boyd for criminal nonsupport. Released May 31. Donna Thompson, 24, of Fort Worth for forgery of a financial instrument and speeding. Released June 1. Ruben Vargas-Gonzalez, 22, of Walnut Springs for assault of family/household member. Released June 2. Christine Ann Vasquez, 43, of Granbury for driving while intoxicated, 3rd or more. Released June 1. Lonnie Eugene Walsh, 70, of Fort Worth for assault causing bodily injury, failure to identify giving false/fictitious information and resisting arrest, search or transport. Released May 31. Page 2 of 2 - Steven Earl Wilson, 56, of Port Arthur for public intoxication. Released June 3. Charlsie Rae Wright, 28, of Glen Rose for possession of a controlled substance <1G. (The Glen Rose Reporter)

Apr 22, 2016

Barbara Jean Lenth

Barb went on to graduate from St. Luke’s Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Cedar Rapids, in 1951. On Feb. 3, 1951, she married Donald Burleson and joined him in his Air Force assignments in Georgia, Texas, Arizona and Delaware. Together, they had three children: Steve, JoAnne and Don. On Dec. 11, 1957, Lieutenant Burleson lost his life when the jet he was piloting failed over the Atlantic Ocean several hundred miles off the coast of France. With her children, Barb returned home to the family farm for a brief time, then moved to Osage where she was a registered nurse at Mitchell County Memorial Hospital. On Dec. 29, 1960, Barb married Dale Lenth, and shortly after they moved to Riceville, into a home originally built by Barb’s grandfather. Two children, Jim and Janice, were born to this union, and Barb and Dale also raised their granddaughter, Sonya Jo Starry, beginning in 1981. Barb enjoyed the simple pleasures in life. Some of her favorite times were visiting with friends, spending time with her family, playing cards, puttering around among her flowers, and having fun at school events. She was also active in the Lucretia Deering chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and served as chapter historian and chaplain. Barb is survived by four children: Steve (Jean) Burleson of Camden, Maine, Don (Deniz) Burleson of Fort Myers, Fla., Jim (Joan) Lenth of Fort Worth, Texas, and Janice (Todd) Krueger, Luxemburg, Wis.; her sister, Margaret Scott, Des Moines; her grandchildren: Sonya Starry, John Burleson, Liz Schloemann, Sarah (Rob) Comer, Michael Lenth, John Lenth, Mary Kate Lenth, Donald Burl... (Mason City Globe Gazette)

Apr 22, 2016

Cheers and Jeers

Recently he was there for us with our loss and we are forever grateful. Ellen and Emily O’Neal, Fort Worth   Cheers: To the Burleson High School Prom After Dark committee for putting together a safe and fun party for students after the prom. Thanks to Sheila Borowski, Coralee Flug, Lorrie Ward, Susan Beaman, Susanne Pitman, Angel Brown, Jennifer Tatum and all the parent volunteers. Danielle Helfrich, Burleson   Cheers: To Clint Calhoun and his crew at Roadmaster Industries Inc. They have worked on our boat trailer for many years. Thanks especially to Clint for the amazing deal he gave to my husband, Eddie. Elaine Revell, Hurst   Cheers: To whoever is leaving flowers on my front porch anonymously for my wife, who is fighting pancreatic cancer. Donald Clark, Benbrook   Cheers: To Stephanie Lozano, who went far out of her way to help me after a truck hit my car on Interstate 20 on April 13. Charlotte Mashaw, Willow Park   Cheers: To the very honest person who turned in my wallet at the Burleson Lowe’s Home Improvement on April 16. My husband picked up our shopping bag and I failed to see the wallet under it in the basket seat. Joan Lee, Burleson/... (Fort Worth Star Telegram)

Dec 30, 2015

City Personals Mary Clay Brooks

Montrose and was a sight to behold. Lisa Childers with Connie’s Flowers brought Ali’s visions to life to make for a perfect evening. Andy Burleson of Hattiesburg (the University of Southern Mississippi) has been spotted at a basketball game and around town. He is home for the break with his family, Pam, Barry, Emma and Erin. (To put your news in City Personals, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; mail to City Personals, The South Reporter, P.O. Box 278, Holly Springs, MS 38635 or call 662-252-4261. (South Reporter)