Remember the meaning of Christmas
hard to find...
runner's jewelry!
of course, angels!
Barb & Bob Everett
Come in alone…leave with an Angel
by Cate Murway

Shop Online................. They're ALWAYS open!! 

An Angel’s Touch Décor resides in the spectacular Grundy Commons, the premier flexible office, customized professional and industrial space. An amazing location with spectacular views in this historic river town of Bristol!

We have all witnessed the power of prayer and we have seen loved ones miraculously heal from fatal illnesses. Thankfully we do have the angels to look after us because we don’t always do so well when left to our own devices.
Occasionally it's hard to find the appropriate words to express the thoughts we want to convey, and sometimes there just aren't any words. At times it’s easier to communicate or express deep feelings visually rather than verbally.
Visit “An Angel’s Touch Décor” and choose your own “special angel”, a way to express an emotion or feeling that goes beyond words.

Highland Park, Levittown residents Robert Lewis Everett, Delhaas H.S. ‘55/ Wharton School of the U. of PA /PSU and Barbara Mae [Maul], Delhaas H.S. ‘57/IBM Business School are proud to be members of the Bristol Borough Business Association and energetic participants in the Revitalization Task Force.  Their original creative joint venture began with a “collectibles” shop in the Dutch Country Farmers Market on Farragut Avenue. Strong ties to the Borough from their High School years [the Croydon youths met after a film at the original Grand Theatre on Mill Street] anchored them to the heart of Bristol's restaurant/theater district to open their award winning home décor & gift shop that inspires, uplifts and enhances the lives of their customers.

Bob and Barbara Everett personally invite you to come and browse their extensive selection of exclusive distinct personality pieces that display artistic designs and rousing messages, speaking in quiet ways to heal, comfort, protect and inspire.

Their artistic displays on their web pages carry a myriad of products for everyday décor as well as designs for every season including Christmas, year-round!  Check out the eclectic collections and you are sure to find items you have never seen. The shelves are desirably stocked with Willow Tree creations, “an intimate, personal line of figurative sculptures representing qualities and sentiments that help one feel close to others”, and the handmade country look wall décor highlighting the significance of family from “Honey & Me” are truly moving. Innovative fine primitives in tin, resin, glass, and wrought iron from Colonial Tin Works make unique heartfelt gifts and distinctive charming and unusual one-of-a kind accessory statements.

An inviting Christmas display is available year-round, with tree ornaments, nativities, boxed cards, and a variety of seasonal gifts.  They had a hand made colorful canopied cart in the center of the shop created by the diversely talented Rich Vallejo, proprietor of Another Time Antiques on Mill Street, reminiscent of the South Philadelphia Javella bleach water vendors’ carts of Rich’s youth. The tastefully designed shop was literally bursting with an amazing selection of gifting items that suggest elegance, simplicity, peace and serenity and speak in a compelling and powerful way.
Angels have great strength and power and have had a personal impact on the owners.
They represent protection and an outward reminder of inner peace. Regardless of personal conviction, angels seem to provide comfort to those searching for answers in a world with so many unknowns. 
Barbara, a breast cancer survivor, is helping to spread the word about and increase breast cancer awareness, hoping to help others cope with the trials in their lives. She reaches out with a supportive line of pink ribbon merchandise and a myriad of attire with encouraging, supportive sentiments. “Expect Miracles.”  The original inspiration for their Willow Tree collection [they are Platinum Dealers] was the hand-carved simple, pure gestured Susan Lordi piece Barbara received from a treasured friend during her own illness. On Fridays, Barb volunteers to assist the patients in the Pre-Cath lab at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne. Angels are joyful creatures.

Bob, who lost his mom at the very young age of 6, grew up in a blended family of 12 children and has an inner desire to serve others in a methodical and diligent manner. He successfully underwent coronary artery bypass surgery and along with maintaining the store, he has made the commitment to follow through with “his calling” to be a licensed local pastor. Bob and Barbara Everett are active members of the Emilie United Methodist Church congregation in Levittown. “It’s a Wonderful Life”.

They are proud of their three daughters, Katherine Emilie [Kate] Ferry, Neshaminy ‘87/Trenton State College ‘91/Villanova ’94, and teachers Susan Elizabeth Detwiler, Maple Point ‘78/Gwynedd Mercy College, and Brenda Elaine Boyle, Maple Point ‘79/Northampton Community College. One of their 6 grandchildren, 14-year old Shelby Boyle routinely donates her “Locks of Love” for financially disadvantaged children suffering from long-term illnesses in her grandmother’s honor. Their family participates together in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5K runs/fitness walks.
In an annual November special event, the Everetts donate 15% of their sales to the Bristol Cultural and Historical Foundation. Angels have no specific age.

Jointly, they truly enjoy procuring unique décor treasures for their store and indulging in Italian food. They highly recommend the pizza at the Mill Street Pizza & Grill!

Bob claims not to be a television fan; Barb watches “Law & Order” and C.S.I. episodes.
Bob likes Gospel Music and distinctively acoustic American roots old Country Blue Grass; while Barb prefers “light classic”, today's hybrid of the Easy Listening 101.

They conduct their business with the values of integrity, respect, hard work, and service. Come see why they're called "Bristol's Angel Store".
It's not too late! Shop now for last-minute Wedding and Graduation gifts. On June 17th, show Dad it's the thought that counts and buy unique Father's Day gifts; gifts to warm his heart or uniquely designed and affordable garden sculptures to add a backyard accent.

“When I think about rain
I think about singing
When I think about singing
It's a heavenly tune
When I think about heaven then
I think about angels
When I think about angels
I think about you”

Inside you'll find angels of all types…

An Angel’s Touch Décor
The Grundy Commons
925 Canal  Street
Bristol, PA 19007

[When I Think About Angels lyrics by Jamie O'Neal]

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Inside you'll find angels of all types…