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While it was a sad visit to St. Louis to attend Uncle Louie's funeral, it was nice to see our cousins. Unfortunately, both of my sisters were unable to attend; but they were both there in spirit. And we discussed, and tentatively planned, a family reunion in Wichita next June on Father's Day weekend. Our last reunion was in 2005. Uncle Louie was not able to travel the last 5 years, and my mom isn't able to either.

And now for the pictures:

My cousin Marsha and her family: Angie, Michael, Marsha, Stacey (Angie's son), Ernie and Alicia

My cousin Diana and her family, back row: Tim (Katie's fiance), Tim, Diana, David, Todd (Carla's husband); front row: Katie, Kelly (whose husband Kevin couldn't make it from Colorado), Danielle, Martha (David's wife) and Carla

My cousin Chris and his family: Christina, Debbie, Natalie and Chris

My cousin June with her husband, Thom and their "kid" Kayla

Uncle Louie's children: Chris, Marsha, Robert, Diana and June

The Appelhans cousins (minus Rhonda and Marilyn); back row: Chris, Robert, my brothers Mike & Terry; front row: me, Marsha, Diana and June

Comments

Anonymous said…
These are wonderful pictures, just makes me wish I could have been there. Thanks for the memories.

Rhonda
Linda said…
wish you could have been there too. You will be next June if we manage to have the reunion in Wichita!!!

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