George Choles gets up at about 5:30 a.m. and makes it into his family’s flower shop on South Park Street before it opens at 8 a.m. and starts working with flowers.

The patriarch of George’s Flowers does this five days a week, at age 94.

George Choles, 94, walks through the cooler filled with pre-ordered flower arrangements for delivery at George’s Flowers on Park Street on Valentine’s Day.


“He goes a million miles per hour,” said his daughter, Denise Schultz, adding that people are always surprised to learn her dad’s age.

Passing motorists see a photograph of George Choles outside the business at 421 S. Park St., which he started in 1984 on the site of a

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