The AW and Hilda Siefker family reunion was July 6-8. On Friday, the families met at the Ron and Irene Coltrane farm for food and fun, including games, hay rack rides, and fireworks. On Saturday, they met at the Iola Riverside Park Community Building all day and enjoyed food, games, group pictures, music, door prizes and even some swimming at the pool. Sunday morning, families attended the Midpoint Baptist Church services in Moran and then met for a noon Sunday meal at the Moran American Legion. There were a total of 103 family members attending all or part of the reunion.
Those in attendance were: HR and Geneva Siefker; EJ and Barb Siefker; Ed and Mary Siefker, Texas; Ron and Irene Coltrane; Dwight Siefker; Lowell Barnard, West Virginia; Lorna Ludlum; Danny and Laura Orpin, Josh, and Jenny; Luke Ludlum, Abby, Emma, Jack and Dixon; Lee and Ashley Ludlum, Karlie and Allie; Mark and Dianne Kauth, Christian and friend Laura Kreienbrink visiting from Germany, and Adam; Kelly and Donna Stucky; Roger and Mary Jane Barton, Kayla with friend Caleb Claussen, Jarrett, Derrick and Isaac; Rod and Kay Huxman; Kristen Bauman with friend Alan Crandall, Kaylyn with friend Jose Zapien, Jacob and Jarod; Tim and Kendra Eveland, Carter, Greysen, Sawyer and Jensen; Brian and Kimbra DenHartog, Braden, Logan, Graham, Brooklyn, Holland and Baylor; Kyle and Kaleigh Huxman; Karyn Tripp, Wisconsin; Ryan Tripp; Jim and Kolene Sugars, Ethan and Dylan; Pat and Deb Tynon, Mackenzie with Trent Johnson; Jake and Al Tynon, Riley and Vance; Michael and Jamie Stodgell; Susan Siefker, Texas; Ray and Teri Siefker, Oregon; Paul and Sheri Siefker, Oregon; Christopher and Lora Meek, Rhea and Ezra, Oregon; Brent and Mary Clark, Texas; Connie Satzler, Trevor and Julia Lambert, Josiah and Abbi Satzler; Stasia Satzler; Aron and Jennifer Coltrane, Rebekah and Micah; Lloyd and Nancy Houk; and Jackie Mc-Fadden.
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