Living history: Wasserman’s Flowers & Gifts is a story about Muskegon’s past—and future
It is not easy for Angie Wasserman-Nelund and Troy Wasserman to maneuver from one side of Wasserman’s Flowers and Gifts to another. At least, it’s not easy if they want to do it quickly.
It’s noon last Friday, and Muskegon’s oldest family-owned business is packed with customers purchasing floral bouquets and wreaths radiating hues of autumn (think: bursts of the oranges, yellows and reds that now fill our trees). And everyone wants to say hello.