90th annual McClanahan-Rigdon family reunion held in Kirksville – Kirksville Daily Express and Daily News

The 90th annual McClanahan-Rigdon Family Reunion was held Sunday, June 12, with 53 people attending. Dinner was served at 12:45 p.m. with Chad Thompson asking the blessing. President Janet Waybill …
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The 90th annual McClanahan-Rigdon Family Reunion was held Sunday, June 12, with 53 people attending. Dinner was served at 12:45 p.m. with Chad Thompson asking the blessing. President Janet Waybill conducted the business meeting.
The 2023 reunion will be held Sunday, June 11, 12:45 p.m. at the Cornerstone Church, 1702 N. Elson Street, Kirksville, Mo.
Officers were elected as follows: President – Janet Waybill; Vice-President – Clyde McClanahan; and Secretary/Treasurer – Taylor Grimm Wood.
Since the 2021 reunion, there were two marriages: Taylor Kay Grimm to Justin Thomas Wood on Oct. 9, 2021; and Todd Konard McClanahan to Linda Claire Guss on Feb. 2, 2022. There were three births: Lucy Lynn Klingsmith to Justin and Maria Klingsmith on Nov. 10, 2021; Charles Joseph McClanahan to Dalton and Natalie McClanahan on Jan. 21, 2022; and Fletcher Boone Johnson to Riley and Ashley Johnson on Jan. 23, 2022. There was one death: Sherry (Ping) McClanahan on Feb. 23, 2022.
Certificates were awarded to the following: Gene McClanahan, the oldest descendent attending, 91 years; Gene and Donna Lou McClanahan, the couple married the longest, 70 years; Fletcher Johnson, 4 months, the youngest descendent attending; the newest married couple was Justin Wood and Taylor Grimm Wood, 7 months; and traveling the longest distance was Jakson Jessop, Andover, Minnesota. Perfect attendance certificates were awarded to Larry Treasure, 75 years; Tyson Treasure, 43 years; and Adam Treasure, 12 years.
Those in attendance were: Bryan and Lois Dover and Hunter Reeves Parsons; Conny and Jared Dover; Anna Eagen, Tonya Grimm and Taylor Grimm Wood; Riley, Ashley, and Fletcher Johnson; Justin, Maria, and Lucy Klingsmith; Shuan and Becky Klingsmith; Kenny and Debbie Livingston; Aaron McClanahan and Jackie Anderson and Jakson Jessop; Bryan & Laura McClanahan; Charles & Elizabeth McClanahan; Clyde McClanahan and Robert Fisher; Gary and Dee McClanahan; Gene and Donna Lou McClanahan; Ron and Carolyn McClanahan; Bailey and Carter Nacy; Harold and Margaret Quint; Chad, Johnna, and Cole Thompson; Gary and Paula Thompson; Larry and Cathy Treasure; Randy Treasure; Troy, Jennifer, and Conner Treasure; Tyson, Erin and Adam Treasure; and Donnie and Janet Waybill.
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