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Dec 18, 2019

Obituary: Hall of Fame High School Athlete Passes At 84 - Danbury, CT Patch

He was 84 years old. He is survived by his loving wife, Diane Hedin Morlock of Ridgefield, CT, his brother Frederick A. Morlock and his wife Linda of Brookfield, CT, his daughter, Nanci Morlock Santiago and her husband Harbey of Woodbine, MD, his sons John William Morlock of Newtown, CT, and Matthew James Morlock and his wife Lynne of Medway, MA. He is also survived by his ten beloved grandchildren: Lucas, Marcus, Hana and Sarah Santiago, Mac, Wesley and Christian Morlock of Newtown, CT, and Jessica, Emily and Alec Morlock of Medway MA. He was predeceased by his brothers Robert and Edward Morlock. William was born on September 15, 1935 in Danbury, CT, graduating from Danbury High School in 1953 and graduating from the University of Connecticut in 1957 with degree in Accounting. He began his career at Perkin-Elmer Corporation in Norwalk, CT, in 1958 as an accountant, but seeing the future of technology quickly transferred into their data processing department. He spent his entire career at Perkin Elmer, retiring in 1990 as Director - Corporate Computing and Telecommunications. In addition to his career, William was always an athlete. A star in high school, playing football, basketball and baseball and a captain of each team his senior year. He continued playing softball and basketball after college w...

Dec 18, 2019

Obituary: Doris C. Tyransky, of Brookfield | Brookfield - Brookfield, CT Patch

Information and Photo Courtesy Green Funeral HomeBROOKFIELD, CT — Doris C. Tyransky, 73 of 31 Shamrock Drive, Brookfield, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019 at her home. She was the wife of Jack Tyransky.Born in Baltimore, MD, daughter of the late Leroy and Anna Jacquette, she graduated from the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Baltimore. Her family moved to Danbury in 1972 and then to Brookfield in 1977. Doris worked as a nurse at Danbury Hospital for 30 years, retiring in 2002.Doris had a lifetime interest in painting, gardening, the outdoors and traveling with family and friends. Her greatest passion was the love of her family and she especially enjoyed spending time with her five grandchildren. She selflessly volunteered her time serving on the Brookfield Parks and Recreation Committee and the Interfaith Aids Ministry.Doris was predeceased by her son-in-law, Jason Lewis.In addition to her husband of 52 years, survivors include her daughters: Kerri Eannarino and Donna Lewis, her son-in-law Brett Eannarino. Her grandchildren:...

Sep 8, 2017

Sunflowers prepare Barrington Hills farm for organic future

Grollemond said.For example, Dawn Davis, who is on the board of Brookfield Zoo, said she's in early talks to provide organic foods for some of the animals there.But as much experience as Grollemond already has in organic farming, this was his first year raising sunflowers."They're pretty easy to grow," he said. "Easier than I thought they would be."In addition to their striking color and size, young sunflowers are heliotropic -- meaning they turn to face the sun as they mature.While larger fields exist in the western United States, Barrington Hills Farm's are now the largest in the Midwest, J.R. Davis said.Once this year's crop has been harvested in October for its seeds -- used for everything from bird feed and snacks to cooking oil and medicinal purposes -- the growing season will end with planting clover and radishes to further improve the soil.J.R. Davis said he knows what crops will be grown once Barrington Hills Farm is certified organic, but he can't yet reveal it.In preparing the fields for that future, there was one more reason sunflowers were the perfect choice this year: "I've always loved sunflowers," Dawn Davis said with a laugh. #article_video {width:100%;margin:25px 0;max-width:576px;overflow:hidden;} ... (Chicago Daily Herald)

Mar 23, 2017

Home and Garden events

Meeting and program “Growing, Harvesting and Culinary Uses of Herbs,” 6:30 p.m. April 6. Club meets first Thursday of the month. Public welcome. Brookfield Library, 1900 N. Calhoun Road, Brookfield. Laura Skoff, (414) 614-6489.Friends of the Monarch Trail: “Save the Monarch Butterfly” benefit, 5-7:30 p.m. April 19. View educational displays and bid on silent auction items. Eschweiler Building, 3rd flr. ballroom, 9810 Echelon Drive, Wauwatosa. www.theMonarchTrail.orgLynden Sculpture Garden: Experience art in nature through its collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland. Tours and classes for all ages. 2145 W. Brown Deer Road. (414) 446-8794; lyndensculpturegarden.orgMilwaukee Recreation: Classes and programs are designed to provide educational experiences for people of all ages and abilities. Registration information: (414) 475-8811, or visit www.milwaukeerecreation.netOrganic Straw Bale Gardening. April 22. $30 resident/ $45 nonresident.Moth Orchids for Beginners. April 27. $8 resident/ $12 nonresident.Minor’s Garden Center: Free classes on a variety of gardening topics, 9 a.m. Saturdays. 7777 N. 76th St., (414) 354-4830; minorsgardencenter.comSpring Maintenance. April 1.Shade Trees. April 8.Flowering & Specimen Trees. April 15.Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory: The Great Train Robbery Garden Train Show, (through April 2). 524 S. Layton Blvd. (414) 257-5600.For The Birds Spring Floral Show, opens April 15.Muskego Public Library: “Gardening Tips for Improving the Home Landscape & Increasing Curb Appeal,” 7 p.m. April 5. Free. S73-W16663 Janesville Road, Muskego. (262) 971-2100.Ozaukee Master Gardeners: All About Herbs lecture series presents “The Fragile Life of Monarchs,” 7 p.m. April 4. $8 per lecture. The Pavilion, Ozaukee County Fairgrounds, W67-N866 Washington Ave., Cedarburg. ozaukeemastergardeners.orgCilantro-Coriander Herb of the Year. May 2.REALTORS Home & Garden Show: Indoor and outdoor home improvement tips, gardening advice and cooking demonstrations, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 26; 4-8 p.m. March 29-30; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. March 31-April 1; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 2. Admission $8. Wisconsin Exposition Center, State Fair Pa... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Feb 3, 2017

Heart-Shaped Rose Blooms For Valentine's Day At Brookfield Flower Shop

BROOKFIELD, Conn. — Every year for Valentine’s Day, Flowers By Whisconier in Brookfield receives about 200 orders. And this year, the 15-year-old business is preparing for the same — or even more. According to Christina Foley, who works as a wedding planner at the shop, the featured flower for this Valentine’s Day is the heart rose. “It’s a German-cut rose that is a darker red color than the traditional rose,” said Foley, a Danbury resident. “It’s also called a cabbage rose because the petals flare out. “It’s breathtaking because inside the rose, the petals actually form into the shape of a heart." Aside from roses, which are always the most popular flower for Valentine’s Day, a second favorite are tulips. “I think people like the tulip because it’s a spring flower so it gets people in the mood for spring,” said Amelia Soderquist of Newtown, who owns the business. “They're a breed of their own,” she said, coming in many different colors such as pink, purple, yellow and white. If prope... (Wilton Daily Voice)

Jan 5, 2017

Danbury Middle-Schooler Blooms With Floral Accessories Business

Center in Southbury and the Matrix Conference and Banquet Center in Danbury. For supplies, she shops at Michael's and Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts in Brookfield, and also travels to craft stores in Manhattan. It takes about 45 to 90 minutes to make each hairpiece, which requires a glue gun and an assortment of clips and pins. What made Ziya want to start a business — or even think she could? “My parents are entrepreneurs and they inspired me," she said. "They always told me I could do whatever I want and wouldn't allow anyone to tell me I couldn't. “I like having my own business because it empowers girls to live their dreams, just like I'm living mine,” she said. Ziya’s mother Malakah Shabazz-Williams is owner and founder Bash Boutique, an organic cake business. Her father Basheer Shabazz-Williams is a developer at Black Bridge, a computer network engineering business. “I try to raise all my children to define who they are and to create their own sense of worth,” said Malakah Shabazz-Williams, who also has two other children. "Since my husband and I are both entrepreneurs, that is what my children grew up seeing. They thought, ‘When I grow up, I’m going to have a business.’ And it turned into ‘Why do I have to wait?’” Ziya said she is her own best marketing tool. “I wear hair accessories all the time, coordinating them with my outfits,” she said. Her greatest challenge is balancing her business with her schoolwork and other interests. She’s a top gymnast at Elite Gymnastics Center in New Milford and qualified to compete in the 2017 State Games of America in July in Grand Rapids, Mich. Ziya has also studied dance and currently pract... (Newtown Daily Voice)