84th Hadley-Bevan reunion held

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The 84th Hadley-Bevan reunion was held Sunday, September 17, 2017 at the Hagemeyer Farm on Wilmington Road. President Hesperia Bevan welcomed everyone and thanked the Hagemeyer family for their hospitality, then gave the blessing before the bountiful carry-in meal.

Get-well cards were signed and will be sent to Lorilla Houseman, Harold John Howard and Bonnie and Larry Estell. A sympathy card will be sent to Marilyn Findlayson Mann due to the death of her brother, Donald. Thinking of You cards will be sent to Mary Jane Boatman in Florida, and John Beatty from Alabama.

During the business meeting the roll call was answered by 11 members of the Archibald Hadley family, 10 from the Emmett Bevan family and 11 from the Orlando Bevan family.

James “Mac’” McGraw traveled the farthest, from Indiana; Stella Hagemeyer was the oldest present at 95 with Virgene Peterson close behind at 93; and Lucie Stuckert was the youngest member present.

The minutes were read and approved and the treasurer’s report was given. Vice-President John Bernard collected donations for the 2018 reunion expenses. Marriages, births and deaths were reported.

The officers will remain the same. The business meeting was followed by more visiting and studying Mel Hagemeyer’s new genealogy notebooks.

Those present included: Loren and Sherry Stuckert, Chuck, Kaity, Charlie and Crosby Stuckert, Lonnie, Ashlee and Lucie Stuckert, Virgene Peterson, Curt Bradshaw, Rick Probasco, Tom and Christina Walker from Wilmington; John and Karen Bernard from Washington Court House;, Viva Riessinger and Carol McGraw from Cincinnati; Dan and Dee Bevan from Circleville; Matt, Cheryl, Brandi and Riley Hanna from Loveland; Nick and Donna Gisondi from Centerville; Mel Hagemeyer from Lebanon; and Bruce and Adrianne Bevan, Scott and Adrianne Bevan, Hesperia Bevan, Scott and Cindy Hagemeyer, Stella Hagemeyer and Judy Sargent from Clarksville.

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