The Washington Times-Herald


November 21, 2013

Lannan reunion held in Whitfield

The 2013 reunion of descendants of the Joseph James and Mary Leola (Melton) Lannan was held Oct. 13 at St. Martins, Whitfield. Dinner was at noon. Sixty were present.

New births are Isaac Charles Lannan, Jan. 17, 2013, son of Audra Lannan and Dillon Rhoads; Noami Claire Lannan, Aug. 9, 2013, daughter of Kevin and Bailey Lannan; and Olivia Rose Burch, Dec. 29, 2012, daughter of Ryan and Ellen Burch.

Marriages were Sam Lannan and Chelsea Strange on April 20, 2013; Trisha Lannan and Mitch Wagler of Sept. 28, 2013; and Stefan Arney and Mary Anna McClure on June 15, 2013.

Deaths were Alice (Devine) Lannan on Feb. 3, 2013 and Wallace (Bill) Adye on May 23, 2013.

Attending from Loogootee were John and Mary Jo Lannan, Sharon (Butler) Emmons, Bob and Feonia Lannan, Kim (Lannan) and Drew Fields, Clifford and Rita Lannan, Bill and Barbara Lannan, Sharon (Lannan), Jordan and Colten Davis, Lynn (Lannan), Heather and Hannah Harshaw, and Joe Potts.

From Washington: Daniel Lannan Sr., Danny, Laura and Luke Lannan, Kirstin (Collison) Cory, Payton and Madelyn Miles, Jay, Abby (Lannan) Jaxon and Jonah Hale, Erin Collison, Lori (Lannan) Chattin, Misty (Chattin), Allie and Hudson Goble, Matt Fields, Madison Lee, Lisa (Lannan) Lee, Joe Gilley, Richard Gilley, Amy Haag, Rose (Lannan) Butler-Arney

Out of town: Richard and Linda (Lannan) Melton of Nineveh; Chris, Becky (Lannan) Boling and grandson of Henderson, Ky.; Patty (Lannan) and Dave Lico and Cole Mantas of Cumming Ga.; Melissa (Melton) White of Greenwood; Nichole Melton of Greenwood: Janet and Larry Haag of Terre Haute; Diana (Butler) Engelbrecht of Evansville; Eric, Dana (Terrell), Tyler and Allie Myers of Evansville.

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