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Scheuerman family gathers in Rush Center

Published on -6/6/2013, 8:52 AM

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Special to The Hays Daily News

RUSH CENTER -- The Scheuerman Reunion was Sunday at Rush Center City Hall. There were 14 in attendance from the Conrad Scheuerman family. Several shared family interests or something exciting they have done.

Recognition was given to the following: Wallie Thornburg as the oldest man in attendance; Hazel Scheuerman as the oldest woman; Artie Herrman traveling the farthest; the youngest in attendance, Megan Erb; and the longest married couple was Wallie and Coralee Thornburg.

Officers elected for 2014 are Marilyn Burton, president and treasurer, and Coralee Thornburg, secretary.

Those in attendance were: Shannon and Megan Erb, Tabbi Haselhorst and Lavina Scheuerman, Bison; Marilyn Burton, Hazel Scheuerman, and Trella Berscheidt, Great Bend; Austin, Artie and Kim Herrman, Maize; Brett and Ariane Herrman, Colwich; and Wallie and Coralee Thornburg, Utica.

Another reunion will take place in 2014. Place and date are pending. Email and paper notices will be given.

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