Frederick and Elvera Reiling Anniversary


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Posted Online: Feb. 07, 2013, 8:14 am
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Frederick and Elvera Reiling, Atkinson, willcelebrate their 65th anniversary with a family dinner on Feb. 23, 2013.
Elvera Sears and Mr. Reiling, both of Atkinson, were married Feb. 15,1948, at Atkinson Congregational Church.
Their children are Sandra (Chuck) Ullrick, Geneseo; Donald (Carol)Reiling, Atkinson; and Rebecca (Michael) Pobanz, Geneseo.Their grandchildren are Jennifer (Doug) Bucknell, Alpharetta, Ga.; Angela Pobanz, Rock Island; Jerica (Glenn) Minton, Geneseo;Bryce Reiling, Geneseo; Machala Ullrick, Geneseo; Victoria (Nathan)Barnes, Morton, Ill.; Kristel (Jeremy) Kane, Wentzville, Mo; Courtney (Corey) Finch, Cambridge; and Lucas Pobanz, Osco.Their great-grandchildren are Maiah Ullrick, Carter Barnes,Koltenn Minton, Daisy Bucknell, Blake Barnes, Kamrenn Minton,Olivia Barnes, Jackson Barnes, Chloe Finch and Aubrey Kane.
Mr. Reiling is a farmer. Mrs. Reiling is a homemaker.
They are members of Atkinson Congregational United Church of Christ,Atkinson.















 



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