Ok first off the name is Broxterman not Brozterman, I know it can easily be mistyped that way but just wanted to clear that up. The road is Pedretti. Richard did have the recognition of being the "Carnation King" because he was the first to successfully mix breed carnations and also the Witterstaetter greenhouses that exist today were the first to create what is known during the holidays as a "Poinsettia Tree." It was first displayed in the 1970's at the Society of American Florists convention at Cincinnati Gardens. Richard C. did marry Agatha but had four sons (Raymond, Lee, Richard E. and Paul) and three daughters (Dorothy, Ginny and Paulina) two of them being twins (Paul and Paulina). Lee became a professional baseball player playing for the New York Giants for only one season. Richard E. (my grandfather) was the first to pitch a no-hitter in the history of Elder High School in Price Hill. He went on to Ohio State University to pursue a bachelor's degree in horticulture and also played on their varsity baseball team. Immediately after graduation he was considered to pitch for the Cincinnati Reds and the Boston Red Sox but decided to enlist in the U.S. Army to fight for his country in WWII. He had five sons (Richard, Stephen, Charles, Robert and Daniel). He was inducted into the Price Hill Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000 and was the owner of R.C. Witterstaetter & Sons Florist from the 1970's to 2007. Now Daniel owns the florist as of 2005 and my grandfather left it in his will to him in 2007.