2016 - Welcome Home! Glattfelders in the Cold War

Our 111th Reunion

July 30th and 31st, 2016

Reunion Theme: Welcome Home! Glattfelders in the Cold War

(Korea and Viet Nam)

Fellow members of the Glattfelder family,

The 111th annual family reunion “Welcome Home! Glattfelders in the Cold War” was held at Heimwald Park on Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31, 2016. There were about 150 in attendance on Saturday in spite of the rain, and between 75 and 100 in attendance on Sunday. The weather was typical for July.

This year marks the final program in the series on Glattfelders in war, recognizing Glattfelders in the Korean and Vietnam wars.

The Reunion Program in pdf format is available by clicking the link.

The Glattfelders in wars theme continued at the 2016 reunion with the Korean and Vietnam wars. Lila Fourhman-Shaull, from the York County History Center and a Glattfelder relative, and historical committee member Jean Robinson spoke about the wars. Lila provided a transition from World War II to the Korean and Vietnam wars for York County.

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2015 - The Glattfelders in World War II

Our 110th Reunion

July 25th and 26th, 2015

Reunion Theme: The Glattfelders in World War II

Fellow members of the Glattfelder family,

The 110th annual family reunion “Glattfelders in World War II” was held at Heimwald Park on Saturday, July 25 and Sunday, July 26, 2015. There were over 200 in attendance on Saturday, and over 130 in attendance on Sunday.

Following our long-standing tradition, awards were given out to the following:
The Oldest Attendee: Pauline Garner (96 years of age)
The Youngest Attendee: Harper Grace Smith
The Person Coming the Greatest Distance: John Garner (Tacoma, WA)
The Registrar’s Choice: WW II Veteran Lavern Gladfelter

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