Coil reunion held Easter Sunday

    Keeping the family tradition alive, the descendants of Clay and Nellie Brown Coil met on Easter Sunday, April 5,  for a potluck dinner at the Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene fellowship hall located south of Bluff Springs. The children enjoyed a traditional Easter Egg Hunt in the afternoon.
    The following were in attendance: Mildred Coil, Evanston; Dean Lichtenberger, and Nick Lichtenberger, Terre Haute, Ind.; Ron & Beth Coil, Evanston; Jake Coil, Evanston; Roger & Edith Hendricker, Arenzville; David, Donna, Michael & Heidi Wallner, St Louis, Mo.; Gene, Kelly, Tareyn & Faelyn Powell, Pleasant Plains; Chans Kluge, Pleasant Plains; Michael Powell, Pleasant Plains; Kenny & Becky Cox, Beardstown; Clarissa Cox, Chatham; Jan Pepper, Arenzville; Rev. Fred and Judy Fritz, Rushville; Ray & Judy Baily, Heber Springs, Ark.; Linda Fisher, Beardstown; Jimmy, Amanda, Alli, Kenna, Kylnn, Jordyn & Kannon Maltby, Beardstown; Mike, Heidi & Gracie Gann, Beardstown; Jim Fritz, Beardstown; Crystal Blackwell, Beardstown; Don Coil, Beardstown; Terry & Sue Erickson, Beardstown; Ebby & Lucius Erickson, Amanda & Maddie Yates, and Caroline Ehrhardt, Clayton; TJ Erickson, Beardstown; Mike, Pam & Timmy Coil, Bluff Springs; Ben Krohe, Arenzville; and Jim & Jane Finney, Jacksonville.

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