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Northport, AL  Funeral Homes

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A 1 Direct Casket Sales Inc Fun and Crmtn Advsry Center
5404 Watermelon Road
Northport , AL 35473
(205) 750-3140
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Sunset Memorial Park
3802 Watermelon Road
Northport , AL 35473
(205) 345-2900
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Andrew Geller, Architect, Is Dead at 87

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Fort Lauderdale. But for all his experimentation with mass marketing under the Loewy aegis, Mr. Geller was best known for one-of-a-kind houses that he designed on his own time in his studio in Northport, N.Y., whose distinctive shapes earned them nicknames like the Box Kite, the Milk Carton and the Grasshopper. “On first impression, these beach houses seem like caricatures, one-liners,” the architectural historian Alastair Gordon wrote in a 1999 New York Times profile of Mr. Geller, but “they represented a kind of everyman modernism that was both playful and accessible, with most houses costing less than $10,000.”  Critics have described them as sharing an underlying spirit with Abstract Expressionism, which flourished in the Hamptons of the 1950s. The first of the houses was designed for Elizabeth Reese, a Loewy executive. Mr. Geller deflected complaints from  building officials about its unusual A-frame design, saying it was derived from local potato barns. After that house was featured in The Times in May 1957, a stream of cars drove down Daniels Lane hoping to get a closer look at it, and Mr. Geller received many more commissions. Among the houses he created in the next few years were the Pearlroth House, which looked like a double box-kite to some (and to others a wooden brassiere). In 1958, on assignment for Esquire, he designed a portable house that could be towed to any beach and erected on stilts for $3,000. “Its refrigerator will not hold more than a weekend supply of tonic and soda,” the magazine reported. “However, the Esquire Weekend House has no lawns to mow, no sash to paint, and can be opened for the season in four minutes flat.” In the 1960s Mr. Geller moved on to houses with oddly shaped windows cut into flat facades, like architectural v... (New York Times)

Ellis M. Terry - The Suffolk Times

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Longtime Southold resident Ellis M. Terry died Nov. 7 at his home in Northport, Fla., following a long illness. He was 86. He served in the U.S. Merchant Marine and was a lineman with the Long Island Lighting Company until his retirement. Mr. Terry was a member of the Southold Fire Department. He enjoyed boating, hunting, farming, and reading, family members said. Predeceased by his wife of 50 years, Margaret, he is survived by his children, Valerie Andrews of Gree...

Linda Peck - Riverhead News-Review

Sun, Nov 6, 2011
Feb. 16, 1940, in the Bronx to Lewis and Hilda Blume and was a social worker at Colonial Youth and Family Service in Mastic. She also volunteered at Joseph’s Storehouse ministry at The Refuge in East Northport and at East End Hospice. Ms. Peck is survived by her husband, John; her daughters, Kristen Fuchs and Tracy Corbett; her son, John III; her brothers, Kenneth and Richard Blume; and five grandchildren. Visiting hours took place Oct. 28 at McLaughlin Heppner Funeral Home in Riverhead. Cremation was private. Donations may be...




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