A Cherished Tradition Continues

The 2015 Lillibridge Family Reunion

Judging by the plentiful hugs and smiles experienced as the 2015 reunion attendees were parting and heading home, the event was a wonderful success. About seventy “cousins” of every age, from infant through golden years, assembled for a full day of engaging events on July 25th at a fine and comfortable church camp in Exeter, Rhode Island.

Not only all ages, but attendees of every stripe and persuasion arrived by plane, train and automobile from every US geographic region, truly nationwide in scope. We enjoyed our multicultural mix!

And here’s a scoop: it’s been confirmed that the 2018 Lillibridge reunion will be held in San Antonio, Texas. More details about location, lodging and events will, of course, be made available closer to the event.

We’ll also be updating this web site with more content soon. Check back when you can.

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2 thoughts on “A Cherished Tradition Continues

  1. Ami Curtis Cassube says:

    We are so sorry we were unable to attend. My leg is finally healing after 9 months. Still a lot of pain and I am unable to sit, stand or walk more than 30-60 minutes at a time. But that’s a great improvement after several doctors told me I probably would not walk again. We will see you in San Antonio in 1918.

    Richard and Ami Cassube
    Mary Curtis
    Susan Spencer

    • National Lillibridge Reunions says:

      Hi, Ami! We sure missed you and your family at this year’s reunion in Rhode Island. Sorry for the late reply – I’m updating the web site, which will either be offline or messy while I add content. I hope your leg continues to improve, and say HI to everyone from Patti and me. Thanks! — Glenn Flekke

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