Stumped about what to get him or her this holiday season? Make Christmas morning memorable with fun stocking stuffers from Eagles Pizza. Gift Certificates make great gifts for men, women and children.
About Eagles Pizza
In 1971 the Keesee family of New Albany entered the pizza business by obtaining Eagle’s Pizza in New Albany, Ohio. Eagle’s was founded by the Marna Seum family who named it New Albany Pizza in the early 1960s. The Eagle’s name originated with second owner Bob Dickendasher who named it after the New Albany High School mascot.
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Like all good legends, the story of the Christmas stocking has many versions. The original story has evolved to allow for differences in culture, time period, and good old fashioned story-telling. So it’s hard to pin down exactly how the Christmas stocking tradition started, but too much exactness isn’t any fun, anyway. And certainly not in the spirit of Christmas.
Donations are now being accepted for Dan and Karen Thompson at Eagle pizza. Stop by Eagle pizza anytime during normal operations to donate to help the Thompson family.
This may sound like a broken record, but things still remain about the same with Danny today. The neurosurgeon and nurses keep reiterating that “remaining the same” is a good thing when looking at the big picture.
Eagle Pizza, the staff, and Dan’s family members are grateful for the outpouring of love, prayers and support the New Albany community has sent.
Now you can enjoy the convenience of our great Eagle’s Pizza with the rest of your family. Our gluten-free pizza is available for dine-in, carryout, and even catering. Order one at a time or order many to enjoy later. Approved By: Eagles Villa Pizza Restaurant in New Albany Pizza Sandwiches Dinners Salads Desserts Catering
KEESEE Thomas Griffiths Keesee, 83 of New Albany, Ohio died peacefully at home surrounded with family. He was born December 31, 1928 in Columbus, Ohio to Catherine (Griffiths) and Everett Lenwood Keesee who both preceded him in death.
The Eagles are flying high! Friday night everything was going right for the New Albany Eagle’s.