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3C Floral celebrates grand opening with ribbon cutting

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r 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 located at 285 N. Main in Spanish Fork. It was opened by Aubree, mother of Cadee Celeste Conner, in honor of Cadee, who everyone knew as 3C.

As explained by Jamielynn 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 Celeste 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 distracted. “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.

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

—–rUpdated: September 3rd, 2016

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