Bio: Leichtnam Reunion (2012)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Anderson, Becker, Camp, Gardner, Grambort, Grim, Holtzheimer, Ivans, Kerkela, Koehler, Lange, Leichtman, Leichtnam, Peterson, Rehberg, Scarce, Schumacher, Suttner, Xistris
----Source: The Abbotsford Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 07/25/2012
The family of Gorman and Celia Leichtnam held their 39th consecutive annual family reuniuon at Jellystone Campground near Warrens.
Those attending were: Don and Shirley Leichtnam, Colby; Lori Holtzheimer, Spencer; Jan and Rick Koehler, Abbotsford; Bronson Peterson, Medford; Glen Koehler and Caitlyn, Mark Leichtman, Garret and Felicia, Dorchester; Pattie and Sennis Suttner, Abbotsford; Hallie and Mark Xistris, Lily, Addie and Theo, Madison; Jenny and John Becker and Anthony Greenwood;
Susan and Bob Gardner, Eau Claire; Robert Grambort, Round Rock, TX; Jack and Joan Leichtnam, West Bend; Jim Leichtnam, Crystyna Leichtnam and Joe Leichtnam, West Allis; Tim Leichtnam, Gilbert, AZ; Dan Leichtnam, Barlett, IL; Scott and Kathleen Leichtnam, David and Hailey, Waukesha; Jackie and Bryan Scarce, Bryan Jr., Jenna and Jacob, Mukwonago; Lisa Kerkela, Myranda, Collin and Ben Camp, Milwaukee; Karen and Mark Peterson, Jared and Dylan, Hubertus; Kathy Ivans, Jordan, Kelsey, Larry and Corey, Jackson; Kevin Anderson, Chris and Josh, Sussex; Lisa and Charles Grim, Paige and Nick, Germantown; Bonnie and Al Rehberg, Onalaska; Jeff Rehberg, Jenny, Molly and Bailey, Mauston; Danielle Rehberg and Markus Schumacher, Onalaska; Mike and Annie Rehburgh, Abbie, Alex, Tanner and Andrew, Oconto.
Marvin Lange and John Anderson were both dearly missed and best wishes were sent to both. Dinah Leichnam was warmly remembered. The fish fry was an enormous hit with every last fish eaten. Bob Gardner rescued the ring toss that was caught by Charlie Brown’s kite-eating tree.
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