3C Flo­ral cel­e­brates open­ing

Serve Daily - - FOS­TER­ING IN­NO­VA­TION - By Clark Caras

The Span­ish Fork Salem Cham­ber of Com­merce hosted a rib­bon cut­ting cel­e­brat­ing the grand open­ing of 3C Flo­ral on Aug. 18. The flo­ral shop is lcoated at 285 N. Main in Span­ish Fork. It was opened by Aubree, mother of Cadee Candice Con­ner, in honor of Cadee, who every­one knew as 3Cs.

As ex­plained by Jamie Lynn Field, who has been man­ag­ing the shop and will be work­ing with its new owner, the unique name for the shop comes be­cause “that’s what every­one called Cadee be­cause she was Cadee Candice Con­ner - 3Cs”. Six­teen- year- old Cadee passed away within the past year when the car she was trav­el­ing was hit at a high rate of speed by an­other driver who was tex­ting. “You will see pic­tures of Cadee here in the shop,” Field said. “This re­ally is Cadee’s shop, it’s her le­gacy.”

Aubree is very in­volved in the Zero Fa­tal­i­ties pro­gram, and the shop will spe­cial­ize in the Sus­pended In Time pro­gram, which takes flo­ral ar­range­ments from all types of cel­e­bra­tions and me­mo­rial ser­vices and pre­serves them.

Cadee’s brother Buddy, who was Cadee’s best friend, cut the rib­bon.

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