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Marye Anne Monroe Sibold - The ChattanooganSunday, February 28, 2021
Monroe; sons, Samuel Garst Sibold (Jessica), Ward Monroe Sibold (Amy), Joseph Bradford Sibold; daughters, Elizabeth Stoops Sibold, and Lara Ellen Sibold; grandchildren, McKenna, Mason, Isabella, and Spencer Sibold; nephews, Eddie Monroe (Cristy), Scott Monroe (Cindy), Stephen Monroe (Ann), an uncle, Robert Monroe (Sue) and several cousins, grand nephews and nieces, as well as extended family: Troy Potter; Paige, Dakota and Wade Freed; Elizabeth and Joseph Hoang. Mom's serving and caring nature led her to Baroness Erlanger Nursing program after high school where she became an LPN, spending most of her career as a surgical scrub nurse and a home health care nurse. Mom also spent her life with passion for music and theater. From City High school chorus and plays, to the Signal Mountain Glee club and First Presbyterian Church choir, mom kept music in her heart and instilled the appreciation in her children. She admitted to being a sinner saved by grace to which fostered in us the trueness of Christ, believing that Grace is not something you earn. "For By Grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves. It is a gift of God; not as a result of works" from Ephesians 2:8-9. Mom's greatest joys in life were her family members and without fail, showing us that she loved us and not just saying it. She was always selfless and self sacrificing, especially for her children of whom she was so proud. Anyone who crossed her path could instantly recognize her fullness of love and a magnificent sense of humor. Her ability to forgive others is unmatched; yet another trait that was second nature and a personal reflection of Christ. We have no doubts mom is with her Lord and telling Him about her loved ones and singing around a campfire. Special thanks to Kindred Healthcare and Hospice Care Center for comfort and care for mom and the family. Mom has been a faithful prayer warrior and servant of the Lord Jesus C... https://www.chattanoogan.com/2021/2/28/424095/Marye-Anne-Monroe-Sibold.aspx
Suits Star Abigail Spencer On Her Florist Side Hustle and Self-Care - The KitWednesday, October 28, 2020
Abigail Spencer always has the coolest projects. She had a juicy role on Mad Men at its peak, stared down Gabriel Macht in many a great power suit on Suits, and earned major plaudits for her starring turn on Rectify, as well as the time travel drama Timeless. Now the actor is branching out (pun fully intended) into the florals biz with her delivery and subscription brand County Line Florals.Earlier this week, Spencer sat down with Eva Hartling of The Brand is Female for an Instagram Live with The Kit. They talked about redefining success and self-care, the enduring pain of grief and the joy of the right side hustle. This is an edited transcript of their talk.Tell me about your new project, County Line Florals. What made you want to become a florist?“A brief backstory is that my father died very suddenly nine and a half years ago on Valentine’s Day. I was 29 and he was visiting me; I was going through a hard time. He is a famous professional surfer, and I grew up with my family... https://thekit.ca/life/celebrity-life/abigail-spencer-suits-county-line-florals/
WRAL Small Business Spotlight: Fallon's Flowers celebrates 100 years in Raleigh - WRAL.comWednesday, March 31, 2021
By Jessica Patrick, WRAL multiplatform producerRaleigh, N.C. — Fallon's Flowers isn't just the oldest florist in Raleigh -- it's very likely the oldest in North Carolina, owners say. It was recognized by the public as the best, winning the best florist category in the 2020 WRAL Voters' Choice Awards.The company has been around for more than 100 years, since the Fallon family migrated to Raleigh in 1919 and began growing their own flowers in a series of greenhouses near Oakwood Cemetery.In 1920, the Fallons opened a retail shop on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, where they sold flowers for decades until they moved into the current building at 700 Saint Mary's St., which was originally a Piggly Wiggly.The business was eventually sold to the Brown-Wynne family and is now owned by the McCarthy family. The longest-working employee started helping in the greenhouses 45 years ago and still works at the Saint Mary's Street location.Frank Campisi has managed that location for 20 years. He said, while the ownership has changed, the family focus remains the same."I talk to customers who... https://www.wral.com/wral-small-business-spotlight-fallon-s-flowers-celebrates-100-years-in-raleigh/19595753/
Grow Plant Shop's First Brick-and-Mortar to Open Saturday - Fort Worth MagazineWednesday, March 31, 2021
Owners Emily and Bobby Lynge always saw the Airstream as temporary, however, and during the pandemic, were able to make the move to the space once occupied by The Enchanted Florist on Camp Bowie.
The Magnolia Avenue Airstream will be open until Thursday. On Saturday, the Camp Bowie space will be open from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Florist Software Market Current Development, Growth Rate by Manufacturers – Curate, RisoEvent, Floranext, Lobiloo, FloristWare POS System, Ularas, ShopKeep, Hana POS, The Floral POS, Details Flowers Software - The Market EagleWednesday, March 31, 2021
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Okanagan florists busy during pandemic, some busier than ever | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source - iNFOnewsWednesday, March 31, 2021
COVID-19 pandemic has brought hard times onto some local businesses, Okanagan flower shops are busy — some say even busier than ever. The period around Easter and Mother’s Day is typically busy for florists, and despite current circumstances, this year is no exception. At Burnett’s Florist in Kelowna, business has been steady. “Our Easter was more busy than it usually is, and we’re hoping Mother’s Day is the same," florist Galena Clancy said. Kelowna’s Funky Petals, Harris Flower Shop in Vernon and Newell Flower Shop in Kamloops are all busy during the pandemic as well. "I think it's mostly because people are kind of communicating from a distance with flowers," Clancy said. Harris Flower Shop's Brenda Gedaschke says that many of her customers want to send flowers for birthdays, or just to cheer people up. Florists have shifted to accommodate current public health orders, offering online ordering and contactless delivery. Harris Flower Shop has even installed an honour bar outside their store, where customers can pick up arrangements and leave money in a locked collection box. “(The honour bar) has been spectacularly well received,” said Gedaschke, adding that there has only been one customer who didn’t leave enough money for their bouquet. The real challenge during the pandemic has been getting flowers from suppliers, Gedaschke said. "At this point everything is limited,” she said. “A lot of the import stuff, up until recently,... https://infotel.ca/newsitem/okanagan-florists-busy-during-pandemic-some-busier-than-ever/it72772
Fleurs de Villes: Free self-guided walk through downtown Vancouver's Christmas floral trail - Vancouver Is AwesomeWednesday, March 31, 2021
December with a stroll in downtown Vancouver highlighted by 30 beautiful fresh floral installations.It's the second annual Fleurs de Villes Noel Vancouver, a holiday celebration featuring top florists from around the city and their stunning displays, set up along Robson and Alberni streets. Use the map to follow the 'Floral Trail' as you walk past the stunning creations, displayed outdoors for all to enjoy. Be sure to adhere to social distancing best practices as you enjoy your self-guided stroll.Fluers de Villes takes places at various times of year in cities across the globe, from London to Seattle, as well as in several Canadian cities. Other Fleurs de Villes events have been curated around Vancouver over the past few years, though this is the second time there's been a Christmastime display. (Great news, too, as Fleurs de Villes has pinned down June dates for a return to Robson and Alberni with springtime blooms!)Running December 4 through 13, Fleurs de Villes Noel is a chance to get some fresh air and exercise, do a little shopping, and enjoy the talents of our local florists.You'll find the map and details about each of the presenting florists online here.Here are some images of last y... https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/events-and-entertainment/walk-free-floral-trail-pop-up-installations-fleurs-de-villes-christmas-vancouver-2020-3152912