Friendswood Flower Shop News
Lary's Florist & Designs - Community Impact NewspaperTuesday, February 21, 2017
I imagined and then some,’ that is worth all the stress.”Mendenhall Parsons bought the floral shop in 2012. Since then, she has worked to carry on the 50-year legacy of a business rooted in the Friendswood community.Prior to taking ownership of Lary’s, Mendenhall Parsons had a conversation with then-owner Lynn McLean. She told McLean when she was ready to sell the flower and event planning business in Friendswood, she would be ready to buy.Mendenhall Parsons earned a degree in interior design, but worked as an event planner and was also the CEO of a Kentucky-based liquor company. She said Lary’s was the perfect way to leave her fast-paced lifestyle behind.“It was a great experience, but I realized it was not the world that I want,” she said. “I’m your little suburban, small-community mom, and that’s what I want to be. I came back [to Friendswood], and I took two years off. That’s when I told Lynn that Lary’s was the perfect fit for me.”McLean and her mother, Georgia Lary, had developed a customer base in the Greater Houston area since opening in 1963. Mendenhall Parsons said those deep roots were an attractive quality when taking over the business.“We have a lot of clients that have had relationships with Lary’s,” she said. “They use Lary’s. Their parents used Lary’s. Their children use Lary’s.”Lary’s is not the typical floral and boutique shop. Mendenhall Parsons and her staff of 10 offer everything from wedding flowers to full-service wedding day planning, she said.“Lynn introduced weddings, I think, in 1985...
Notable business opening of 2016: Lary's Florist & Designs - Community Impact NewspaperTuesday, February 07, 2017
The flower shop broke ground on the expansion plan in December and expects to complete the project this year.315 S. Friendswood Drive,Friendswood • 281-482-7070www.larysflorist.comThis story is one update from The January Issue. View the full list of 4 notable business openings here.
Becky’s Flowers In Roseville Bombarded With Hate, Mistaken For Shop Owned By Capitol Rioter - Good Day SacramentoWednesday, March 31, 2021
A Roseville flower shop is caught in the middle of a fight that’s not even theirs. Now Becky’s Flowers wants to set the record straight.The Roseville store is taking heat for someone in Midland, Texas who’s accused of taking part in the Capitol riots.READ MORE: Police: Man, Woman Found Passed Out Drunk In Winters Drive-Through With Child In CarAssistant manager Kali Mitchell described the stress of simply answering the telephone.“I said, ‘Becky’s Flowers how can I help you?’ And it was immediately met with, ‘Are you the b**** that stormed the Capitol?'” said Mitchell.“I even had one guy say a lot of things I can’t say on TV, obviously,” said owner Aaron Alberti.Those words were aimed at Jenny Cudd. Cudd was arrested Wednesday and charged with a misdemeanor accused of taking part in the Capitol riots.She could be seen smiling and waving at cameras as she left a virtual hearing. She told media outlets she’d, “do it again, and I’d have a gas mask next time.”Here’s where the Roseville store comes in. Cudd also owns a Becky’s Flowers, but it’s an entirely separate shop in Midland, Texas.“We’re getting attacked from the left, from the right, from people who really don’t care. People say, ‘I’m just ... https://gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/2021/01/14/roseville-beckys-flowers-threats-riot/
Texas Florist Who Admitted to Being in Pelosi’s Office Wants Case Moved from D.C. Because of ‘Cancel Culture’ - Law & CrimeWednesday, March 31, 2021
Washington, D.C. because of “cancel culture.” The defense for Texas florist Jenny Louise Cudd, who was on video happily admitting to being in the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asserted authorities were creating the “illusion” of a conspiracy between her and Eliel Rosa by linking their cases.“According to the Government’s Statement of Facts, the two were seen on security footage walking into the building, walking around, and walking out,” attorney Marina Medvin said in a filing Wednesday. “There is no evidence of communications or a plan between the two to enter the Capitol. Instead, the evidence is purported to be that they were at the same place, at the same time, followed a crowd into the open doors of the Capitol building, then walked out. They didn’t take anything, they didn’t break anything.”Cudd was among rioters raiding the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, after then-President Donald Trump continued to lie that he actually won the 2020 presidential election. The invaders postponed but did not prevent Congress for counting electoral college votes weighing in favor of the real winner, Preside... https://lawandcrime.com/u-s-capitol-siege/texas-florist-who-admitted-to-being-in-pelosis-office-wants-case-moved-from-d-c-because-of-cancel-culture/
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Judge Says Florist Charged in Capitol Riot May Travel to Mexico - The New York TimesSunday, February 28, 2021
Jan. 6 siege, said she had planned a four-day “work-related bonding retreat” in the Riviera Maya with employees and their spouses.A federal judge said on Friday that a florist from Texas who has been charged with taking part in the riot at the U.S. Capitol last month may travel to Mexico for what she had described as a “work-related bonding retreat.”The judge, Trevor N. McFadden of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, granted the woman, Jenny Louise Cudd, permission to take the prepaid trip this month, saying she had no criminal history and there was no evidence she was a flight risk or a danger to others.Judge McFadden also said that Ms. Cudd’s pretrial services officer and prosecutors had not objected to her request to travel. Ms. Cudd must provide her itinerary to her pretrial officer and follow any other instructions the officer gives her, the judge said.Ms. Cudd, who was charged with violent entry and being in a restricted building or grounds, said in a court filing that she had “planned and prepaid” for the retreat with her employees in the Riviera Maya, south of Cancún, from Feb. 18 to Feb. 21.A grand jury has indicted Ms. Cudd, of Midland Texas, on five counts, including d... https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/05/us/politics/cudd-texas-florist-mexico.html