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Florists in Weston, WV

Find local Weston, West Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Weston 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.

Weston Flower Shops

Curran's Floral Boutique

859 Us Highway 33 East
Weston, WV 26452

Minnich Florist

412 Main Ave
Weston, WV 26452
(304) 269-4412

Weston WV News

Feb 1, 2020

Marilyn Christianson Obituary - Kronenwetter, WI | Wausau Daily Herald - Legacy.com

MN; and Mark (Patty) Michalik, Maple Grove, MN; brother-in-law, Gary (Diane) Christianson, Madison, WI; brother-in-law, Donnie (Ruthie) Christianson, Weston, WI; sister-in-law, Lois Christianson, Wausau, WI; brother-in-law Scott (Sarah) Christianson, Wausau, WI; brother-in-law, Brian (Clara) Christianson, Madison, WI; and many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, Edmund and Anne; brother, Eddie Michalik; her father-in-law, Raymond Christianson; her mother-in-law, Evelyn Christianson; and brothers-in-law, Mike Fraaza and Lee Christianson. Marilyn will forever be remembered as a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. A special thank you to Marilyn's caregivers at Cedar Creek Manor who selflessly cared for her over the past 7 years. Visitation will be Friday, January 3rd, 2020 from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at Covenant Community Presbyterian Church, 1806 Weston Avenue, Schofield, Wisconsin. Funeral Service will be Saturday, January 4th at 11:00 a.m. at Covenant Community Presbyterian Church with a one-hour visitation prior to the service. Rev. Jim Gates will officiate. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Covenant Community Presbyterian Youth Education. Brainard Funeral Home - Everest Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be shared at www.brainardfuneral.comPublished in the Wausau Daily Herald from Jan. 1 to Jan. 3, 2020. Would you like to Send Flowers? ...

May 24, 2018

Beautifying downtown Lansing one flower basket at a time

Cleaning, Zoup!, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, The Gillespie Company, Loomis Law, American Fifth Spirits, Weston's Kewpee Burger, M3 Group, Michigan Restaurant Association, The Exchange, Omar's Showbar, Duke's Saloon, Taps 25, Michigan Retailers Association, Acuitas, LLC, Independence Village of Grand Ledge, Radisson, the Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau, MSUFCU, BIGGBY Ottawa, McAlvey Merchant, Impression 5 Science Center, Foster Swift Collins & Smith, Linn & Owen Jewelers, Bowdie's Chophouse, Sultan's Express, Comerica Bank, Fraser Trebilcock, Cottage Inn Pizza, Michigan Association of Counties, Craig Corey Vacations, Lansing Community College, Dyras Dental, Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce, Paramount Coffee and Lake State Lawn & Landscaping. ...

Sep 22, 2017

Flowers for flowers sake

We forget about how it can also be nice to just have nice things to just look at.I recently wrote an article on Citizens Bank in Weston, which is redoing its ornate plaster ceiling. I was able to climb up the 40-foot scaffolding that the builders had set up so that I could quite literally touch the moulding, which was both terrifying and beautiful. The ceiling is filled with art deco detail work that is stunning in craftsmanship — if you only take a moment to really look up.So I think we should take a page from the old days (like, a few centuries ago) and start painting our ceilings. It’s not my most pragmatic idea, but I’d like to have flowers across mine. Something cheerful, for the days I don’t feel like getting out of bed.I’m not that great at painting, but maybe I could get my sister to do a few sunflowers for me.I like the idea of doing a ceiling especially, because when you look up, that’s all you can do. You can’t walk and look at the ceiling. You have to really take a moment to enjoy whatever hangs above your head, without any other worldly distractions.Of course, I can’t really paint my ceiling (my landlord probably wouldn’t be too pleased with that), but my roommates and I are going to try growing sunflowers. Hopefully, we’ll do well enough that we’ll have to look up at those one day.I believe in art, and I believe in the importance of flowers. And it never hurts to have a little more beauty in our lives.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Jul 14, 2017

Barbara White Lord, 86, lent her flower-arranging skills to make worship centers a place of beauty

Murray White of Williamsburg and Eleanor Lord Stethers of Binghamton, N.Y.; brother-in-law, David Lord of New Brighton, Minn., and his wife, Cindi Weston Lord; and numerous nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her brother, Albert Linwood White III; three brothers-in-law, Frank Rose, Richard Stethers and John Lord; and sister-in-law, Beverly Lord Rose.She devoted her adult life to raising her three children, but found time to contribute as a volunteer wherever she lived. She was in the Hampton Junior Women’s Club, the Hampton Roads Junior League, several Garden Clubs, and was a volunteer “pink lady” at the Fairfax Hospital.Her major efforts were visible in the various Methodist churches in which she was a member, whether as a Sunday school teacher, member or officer in the United Methodist Women, or member or chair of committees and as a church lay leader. She also served on the Board of the Virginia United Methodist Assembly Center and the Virginia Council of Churches. She was a charter member of Messiah United Methodist Church in Springfield, Va., and was thrilled when the youth center there was named in honor of her and her husband for their dedicated service. Her favorite church job, however, was serving on altar guilds, where she used her flower-arranging skills to make the worship centers a place of beauty.She was also a wonderful cook and a skilled seamstress and later discovered a talent for painting with her beautiful seascapes finding a cherished place in the homes of each of her family members. As her children reached maturity, she found a place to take her talents to a new level as administrative assistant at the Annandale United Methodist Church, where she directed a staff of this large and growing congregation.When she moved to Williamsburg, she joined Chapter BA of the PEO Sisterhood and enjoyed the many activities with these wonderful friends. Her final years were spent in the Williamsburg Landing, a retirement community where she made many more acquaintances and enriched the lives of those she met with her joyful spirit and friendly greetings. The family is most appreciative of the loving care provided to her by the staff of the Woodhaven nursing facility.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 8, at Williamsburg United Methodist Church, with a reception to follow.In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to the Williamsburg United Methodist Church or to a charity of your choice.Share online condolences with the family... (Williamsburg Yorktown Daily)

Mar 23, 2017

THINK SPRING: Annual Boston Flower Show promises a welcome respite

I was thrilled that we got the interest,” said show director Carolyn Weston. “There’s a crop of younger companies who have a lot of local clients, but want to get regionally known.”Many landscapes have prominent water features and significant stonework. Particularly engaging is Maine Stoneworks’ large dry stone house surrounded by moss, ferns and grape hyacinth. Designed as a recreation of Tinkerbell’s Pixie Hollow, it welcome visitors to sit inside, peer out the round window and imagine that the superhero fairy may visit.Visitors also can enter a Tiny House built by the Jamaica Cottage Shop, set in a landscape where vegetables, herbs and flowers compliment each other. Color flows from window boxes, containers, climbing vines and ground plantings. With its patio table and fruit tree fencing, this is a totally inviting “foodscaping” landscape by Samantha’s Gardens of Andover.At the floral design competitions, Roni Lahage, and her son, Nick, of Marshfield won First Place for their floral arrangement on the theme of incorporating tools of the trade – in this case a conical tomato cage enclosing sunflowers, ivy, flag iris and parrot tulip set in moss collected from their yard bordering the North River. And Julia Lizza, of the Community Garden Club of Duxbury, won First Place for her sculptural-like arrangement of kiwi vine to illustrate the superhero concept of crawling up walls.Undoubtedly a superhero, the New England Patriots are honored with floral arrangements of a player and a football, designed by Village Arts & Flowers of Walpole.At exhibits by the Massachusetts Master Gardner Association and the New England Carnivorous Plant Society, visitors can see superhero plants that need little water, eat insects, and show other powers of survival.The show also includes 200 vendors selling plants, garden tools, furnishings, botanical décor, and gifts. Daily demonstrations and lectures include clude planting for drought, new trends in landscape design, growing herbs, cultivating roses, and growing legal cannabis indoors.“It’s the gateway drug to gardening,” Weston said, joking. “Strangely enough, cannabis is bringing a lot of people into gardening.” Jody Feinberg may be reached at jfeinberg@ledger.com or follow on Twitter @JodyF_Ledger. (Wicked Local Taunton)

Mar 23, 2017

The Latest: Flowers left at law firm in Wisconsin shootings

And they have identified him only as a 45-year-old who lives in Weston, a small town near Wausau, about 90 miles west of Green Bay where much of the violence was centered.Four people died in the shootings, including a police officer, two bank employees and an attorney.___1:45 p.m.Authorities say two bank employees and an attorney are among the victims of a string of northern Wisconsin shootings that also killed a police officer.The Department of Justice say Dianne M. Look, 67, and Karen L. Barclay, 62, died after being shot Wednesday at Marathon Savings Bank. Sara H. Quirt Sann, 43, an attorney at a nearby law firm, also died.Jason Weiland, 40, a detective and 15-year veteran of the Everest Metropolitan Police Department, was the officer killed.Authorities said earlier that the violence in a small cluster of towns about 90 miles west of Green Bay started with a domestic dispute at Marathon Savings Bank. Police took a suspect into custody around 5 p.m. at an apartment building in Weston, but not before Weiland was fatally shot.___12:30 p.m.The police officer killed in a string of northern Wisconsin shootings has been identified as a detective and 15-year veteran of the Everest Metro Police Department.A person with knowledge of the investigation said Thursday that Jason Weiland was shot as he approached an apartment complex in Weston, a small town about 90 miles ... (The Sun Herald)