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Avon Business Buzz: Pet Funeral Services Business Considers Avon Location; Law Firm Relocates; New Laundromat Opens; Cathy Savage Visits Snap Fitness

The scoop on the latest news in the business community. Know of something new happening in Avon's business scene? Tell us in the comments!

A new business offering funeral and cremation services is looking to open an office in Avon.

That's just one of the many happenings in the avon business community. Here's the latest buzz:

  • Beloved Companions, LLC has applied for a special exception to open a pet family center in Avon on the Battiston family's Route 44 property. The Planning and Zoning Commission will review the application at its Tuesday meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall. If approved, Beloved Companions, LLC would offer the following services – "transportation from the pet's home or veterinarian's office to the cremation facility," "timely deliver of the cremains back to the home," "purchase options for urns and remembrance keepsakes," "in home euthanasia by a licensed professional," "grief counseling with a certified psychologist" and "cremation services," according to the application. Read the full story by clicking on the link provided. 
  • Avon resident Anthony Zeolla moved his home-based law firm into a Tower Lane suite in Avon in early February.
  • has opened at 192 West Main St. in Avon. Owners Maureen and Timothy Callahan have lived in Avon for 20 years. Maureen Callahan, who works onsite full-time and manages the laundromat, previously was a department head at ESPN for 12 years and Major League Baseball for six. Timothy Callahan is an architect with about 25 years of construction experience. Read more about the laundromat by clicking on the link provided or visiting its website.
  • Cathy Savage was scheduled to pay a visit to Snap Fitness in Avon on Saturday for a free seminar. According to a blog Snap Fitness posted on Avon Patch, Savage is a "renowned competition prep coach, Oxygen Magazine contributor, and choreographer."

Got an Avon business news tip? Tell us in the comments or email Jessie.Sawyer@patch.com!

Dotty Magda February 24, 2013 at 05:54 PM
Just so you know. Evidently Avon is now the target of the "Mom, I'm in trouble and need money" phone scam. I got a call Saturday, Feb. 23 around 11ish in the morning from a male voice purporting to be my son. It wasn't. I left my real son a message that if he really was in York, Pa. for the death of a friend and in finacial trouble to call me "again" and I'd apologize. Folks, be VERY aware of tone/quality of voice and inconsistencies in the "story". Ask a question about a current event that only you and he would really know the answer to. My scammer was way off base on a number of "comments". Be aware, there are thieves using every emotional blackmail trick in the book, out there just waiting for you to believe everything someone says, just because you want to be the "Good Person". Dotty Magda Avon
Geraldine Starks February 25, 2013 at 12:22 AM
That's great news. I wish you success with your new venture. -http://www.crosby-ngray.com/
Edea Krammer March 05, 2013 at 06:34 AM
I believe they’re just being smart to take this course of actions. What matters the most is they live up by their reputation to deliver what was expected on them to… xoxo:D www.ssofunerals.com

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