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Dec 18, 2019

Charlene Rose Izzi - The Daily World

Olympia, Washington and Heather Izzi-Decker(Mike Decker) of Puyallup Washington. She is also survived by three grandchildren: Jordan Izzi, 24, Morgan Izzi, 17 and Kaitlyn Izzi, 6. Charlene was such a loving, caring and giving person. She was a beloved mother and grandmother who her children and grandchildren adored. She loved her family and friends more than anything on this earth. She worked for the Hoquiam School District as a paraeducator for over 20 years and was an avid animal lover, volunteering for PAWS of Grays Harbor. She kept us all in stitches when she bust into uncontrollable laughing and snorting, cracking herself up with her own jokes. Charlene was immensely proud of her family and leaves behind nothing but beautiful memories. Service will be held on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019, at 2 p.m. at the Light & Life Community Church in Hoquiam, Washington. Charlene’s wishes would be for people to donate to PAWS of Grays Harbor in lieu of sending flowers. Please feel free to email any special stories about Charlene to for her family to share and enjoy. ...

Oct 10, 2019

Reva F. Flowers - The Fulton County News

Angie and Matthew Flowers, Bobbi Jo Kelly and her husband, Kent, and Miranda Kerns; and three great-grandchildren, Noah True, Lucas Morgan, and Carter Kerns. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by five brothers: Dayton, Vernon, Albert, Watson and Richard Hovermale; and five sisters: Helen, Julia, Dorothy, Jean and Carmeta. Funeral services were held at Grove Funeral Home Tuesday, October 8, at 11 a.m. Rev. Mark Faith officiated. Interment was in Cedar Lawn Memorial Park, in Hagerstown. Donations may be made to the Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church, 14253 Exline Road, Hancock, MD 21750 Online condolences at ...

Jul 26, 2019

Funeral services set for Nick DiSalvo, co-owner of Mamma DiSalvo’s Italian Ristorante -

Nick and his brothers, Rinaldo Jr. and Roberto. It has built a large and loyal customer base over the last four decades.Shanon Morgan, president of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association, said Nick DiSalvo’s passing is a loss to the Dayton-area restaurant community. “The DiSalvo family is such a pillar in the Kettering area, and we are fortunate to have had Mamma DiSalvo’s wonderful restaurant in our community for the past 40 years,” Morgan said. “Many of us will truly miss the warm smile that Nick always greeted friends with — often followed by a big hug and kiss. I’m confident that his love for his family, friends and restaurant will continue to shine through.” Family members wrote in Mr. DiSalvo’s obituary that Nick was “passionate about his restaurant business and studying the bible. He loved fishing, attending church, and Bill's donuts. Nick enjoyed sports and was a huge fan of the Bengals, Cubs, and OSU football. Nick loved his boys and family beyond measure. His kind, humble demeanor made him a magnet for people.”The announcement prompted an outpouring of tributes and condolences on the Mamma DiSalvo’s Italian Ristorante Facebook page. Here are some excerpts of comments: -- “Nick had a heart as great as the outdoors and loved to laugh and make people laugh. He had such a kind soul. May his memory be a blessing for the family and all who knew and loved Nick.” “Whether it was your first time or 500th time in the restaurant, Nick treated you like a regular.” “We loved his friendly welcome and his ability to make us feel like family.” “He always treated me like gold from the time I was a kid to the last time I saw him. What a loss for the community and for the DiSalvo family.” “The DiSalvo Family has been so good to me during my cancer battle and loss of my husband. Deepest sympathies for your loss of Nick.” “Nick was always the one to greet you as you walk...

May 31, 2019

Flower power: Santa Rita students thank teachers, staff with 108 colorful handmade bouquets - Los Altos Town Crier

Zoe Morgan/Town Crier Santa Rita School sixth-grader Alexandra Platon counts the bouquets parent volunteers made for teachers and staff as part of the school’s Flower Day. In total, Platon counted 108. Classic red roses, deep pink tulips, bright yellow sunflowers and pale lavender hydrangeas were among the thousands of flowers arranged in more than 100 handmade bouquets outside Santa Rita School May 14. Parent volunteers spent the morning creating the bouquets out of flowers parents and students donated. The flower arrangements were then given to teachers and other school employees as part of Santa Rita’s staff appreciation week celebration. “Who doesn’t like getting flowers? It totally brightens your day, brightens your classroom,” said Jessica Gowdy, who launched the Flower Day event in 2014. “And kids can enjoy it as much as the teachers can enjoy it.” Gowdy originally came up with the idea when she was teaching fourth-grade at Oak Knoll School in Menlo Park, which had an annual Flow...

Mar 15, 2019

Flower Fields set to bloom big-time March 1 - Escondido Grapevine

SEASONS AND HISTORY Flowers in full bloom at the famous Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch/Andy Wilhelm According to Taylor Morgan of Garden Collage Magazine, the ranunculi planting cycle begins in the Fall, as six- to seven- foot tall walls are temporarily positioned to usher million of tiny seeds into their respective rows in the Carlsbad Flower Fields, creating a funnel for them to be pollinated by the wind. This is a requirement for their survival, as ranunculus have no fragrance or nectar to incentivize pollinators. The seeds resemble Quaker Oat flakes, which can often become problematic for the methodical vision the farm strives for– a true synchronicity of variety and color. In order to give weight and consistency to the seeds, silica sand is mixed in with the seeds before they are sprinkled in the planting rows. A tractor will then form an additional layer of mulch and compost appropriate to their sowing. Approximately four weeks later, the ranunculus seed germinates, but it can take up to six months for lush blossom to take shape. The Flower Fields in Carlsbad have a reputation that proceeds them: over eight-million ranunculus grow in this distinct region of Southern California annually, blooming in April through May. People come from all over the world to see them. The flowers are watered on a drip-system that the farm has cleverly implemented since the ‘70s. The computerized system acts as a moisture sensor for the soil, enabling farmers to prevent over-watering- water has become an increasingly rare commodity in California these days- and monitors the moisture off-site. "When the city of Carlsbad installed the reclaimed water line, up Palomar Airport Road, they asked if we would like a sideline to our property," Fred Clarke, the farm's General Manager, explained during my visit. "We have access to lots of reclaimed water and the city has said we are somewhat drought-proof because of that. But we are still a working farm with 55-acres of ocean-view property, so monitoring water is always important to us." When the ranunculus flowers fade, which happens sequentially beginning at the furthest point north where seeds are first planted, the bulbs' tuberous root- the bulb of the plant- is harvested by machine. Next, they are air-dried and sorted according to size, before being packaged. The trademarked "Tecolote" Giant Ranunculus bulbs are then distributed to the California Flower Bulb Company, where they are sold at Armstrong Nurseries around the state and throughout nurseries in the U.S., Canada, and Europe under the trademarked name, "Easy to Grow". GROWING WILD img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-16076" data-attachment-id="16076" data-permalink="

Jan 25, 2019

Emiliano Sala: Nantes fans lay flowers in tribute to Cardiff City footballer, whose plane went missing - talkSPORT

Arsenal vs Man United line-ups: FA Cup teams confirmed - Ozil on bench, Sanchez in DEBATE Morgan and Durham clash over what was better - the Invincibles or United's treble spur-red on? 'Overrated' - Piers Morgan questions how good Spurs boss Pochettino really is Clash Piers Morgan is presenting talkSPORT with Adrian Durham – here's how to listen COMEBACK Henrikh Mkhitaryan injury latest: Will Arsenal star face Man United tonight? 'staying focused' Daniel Sturridge says he is 'happy' and not focused on Liverpool future WIZARD OF ÖZ Piers Morgan brands 'Ozil' pathetic and questions Arsenal midfielder's heart CUP RAGE Arsenal legend recalls foul-mouth rant to try and stop Ryan Giggs h3 class="rail__item-head...