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America's Florist Ron's Roses

206 Jonquil Avenue Northwest
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
(850) 244-1030
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Emerald Coast Funeral Home

113 Racetrack Road Northeast
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
(850) 864-3361
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Friendly Florist of Fort Walton Beach

201 Hollywood Boulevard Southeast
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
(850) 244-5387
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Gainer Funeral Home

605 Oak Street Northwest
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
(850) 243-3312
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Kindred Hearts

29 Hughes Street Northeast
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
(850) 244-3800
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Sara Carroll, mayor and humanitarian, dead at 87 - The Northwest Florida Daily News

Monday, November 14, 2016

Transportation. Cinco Bayou even held a ribbon-cutting to mark its installation on the southern end of the bridge.Carroll was 87 when she was killed in a traffic accident while traveling between Fort Walton Beach and Atmore, Alabama. She had been active at Trinity Methodist until her health began to fail.“When she was able she was involved in something,” Toole said. “Even after, she didn’t slow down going to church.”Carroll was instrumental in the opening of “Our Daily Bread,” a soup kitchen at the church open to all comers. Her name appears in news stories about clothing drives and on lists of donors to the Empty Stocking Fund. Her obituary states she also helped start a “Prayer Shawl” ministry at Trinity, and those who knew her well recall her devotion to the church’s Emmaus ministry and a disciple class created to further study of the Bible.Her husband Jerry survived the accident that killed Carroll. Details of the crash were not immediately available.The obituary lists Carroll as having two daughters, Karen Buckner and Teri Jackson, five grandchildren and 10 grandchildren.Services are slated for 11 a.m. Monday at Trinity United Methodist Church. The family has asked that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the church soup kitchen or church youth programs.

Well known Birmingham salon owner, convicted in $1.4 million tax fraud, dies - AL.com

Monday, October 17, 2016

Smith, 56, died at Sacred Heart Hospital in Miramar Beach on Oct. 7 after a battle with cancer, said Jeff Martin director of the District 1 Medical Examiner's office in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.Martin said that Smith had been brought to the hospital's emergency room by his family. It was unclear what day he had entered the hospital, he said.Smith's funeral was today at Higgins Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tenn. He was a Christian, baptized, and a member of First Baptist Church of Fayetteville, according to his obituary.A native of Huntsville, about 30 miles south of Fayetteville, Smith began his career while in high school by opening and running a salon in Fayetteville, according to his obituary. He moved to Birmingham, Alabama and attended Samford University, the obit states.Smith later opened Richard Joseph SalonSpa in Birmingham, which  received widespread attention, including in 2008 when the salon voted one of the top salons in the United States by Elle Magazine. Among his most notable clients as a stylist was Vice President Al Gore, according to his obit. Smith also had television guest appearances.Smith also once served on the advisory board of Aveda Cosmetics, the obit stated.Survivors include his parents, who live in Florida, and his life partner, Tim Brown, of Birmingham.Brown, also a Huntsville native, also was a business partner i...

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Sara Carroll, mayor and humanitarian, dead at 87 - The Northwest Florida Daily News

Monday, November 14, 2016

Transportation. Cinco Bayou even held a ribbon-cutting to mark its installation on the southern end of the bridge.Carroll was 87 when she was killed in a traffic accident while traveling between Fort Walton Beach and Atmore, Alabama. She had been active at Trinity Methodist until her health began to fail.“When she was able she was involved in something,” Toole said. “Even after, she didn’t slow down going to church.”Carroll was instrumental in the opening of “Our Daily Bread,” a soup kitchen at the church open to all comers. Her name appears in news stories about clothing drives and on lists of donors to the Empty Stocking Fund. Her obituary states she also helped start a “Prayer Shawl” ministry at Trinity, and those who knew her well recall her devotion to the church’s Emmaus ministry and a disciple class created to further study of the Bible.Her husband Jerry survived the accident that killed Carroll. Details of the crash were not immediately available.The obituary lists Carroll as having two daughters, Karen Buckner and Teri Jackson, five grandchildren and 10 grandchildren.Services are slated for 11 a.m. Monday at Trinity United Methodist Church. The family has asked that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the church soup kitchen or church youth programs.

Well known Birmingham salon owner, convicted in $1.4 million tax fraud, dies - AL.com

Monday, October 17, 2016

Smith, 56, died at Sacred Heart Hospital in Miramar Beach on Oct. 7 after a battle with cancer, said Jeff Martin director of the District 1 Medical Examiner's office in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.Martin said that Smith had been brought to the hospital's emergency room by his family. It was unclear what day he had entered the hospital, he said.Smith's funeral was today at Higgins Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tenn. He was a Christian, baptized, and a member of First Baptist Church of Fayetteville, according to his obituary.A native of Huntsville, about 30 miles south of Fayetteville, Smith began his career while in high school by opening and running a salon in Fayetteville, according to his obituary. He moved to Birmingham, Alabama and attended Samford University, the obit states.Smith later opened Richard Joseph SalonSpa in Birmingham, which  received widespread attention, including in 2008 when the salon voted one of the top salons in the United States by Elle Magazine. Among his most notable clients as a stylist was Vice President Al Gore, according to his obit. Smith also had television guest appearances.Smith also once served on the advisory board of Aveda Cosmetics, the obit stated.Survivors include his parents, who live in Florida, and his life partner, Tim Brown, of Birmingham.Brown, also a Huntsville native, also was a business partner i...