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1867 - KALLOCH NEWSLETTER - 2021

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154th KALLOCH FAMILY REUNION NEWSLETTER

Reverend Joseph Kalloch, First Reunion President - 1867


Virtual and In-Person Reunion - Saturday, August 21, 2021
10:45 – 2:00 PM Eastern Time

**Zoom Log-In Information**

Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86756057591?pwd=U2UyWlVwOTZlczk2NUZ3MUhOd2tYQT09  

Meeting ID:
867 5605 7591 Password: Ch4j4q

In-Person Attendance

For those who would like to attend in-person, the reunion will be held at Peter and Eleanor Richardson’s barn which is located at 22 Mechanic Street, Rockland, Maine. Attendance is limited to those who are fully vaccinated. Please bring your own lunch.


The Richardsons' barn in Rockland, Maine.



A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT:

     Our 154th Kalloch Family Reunion Association meeting will be held in Rockland, Maine and via ZOOM on August 21, 2021. At last year’s family reunion, we decided to try hybrid meetings going forward so that family who cannot travel to Maine can be a part of our family tradition. This has been a year of challenges and uncertainty for many of us making the time we spend reconnecting with family as we have for so many years, all the more meaningful. Whether on a small square on a computer screen or in person in Maine, I can’t wait to see you at the reunion!

Anita L Fernald

APPEAL FROM THE TREASURER:

Greetings, Kallochs! If you’re anything like I was when I first started attending the Kalloch Reunion, you may be wondering why we want your money. It’s a valid question, and here’s what I hope you will consider to be a valid answer: In short, ensuring that we continue our family legacy and preserve our history for the current and future generations is not free. We use our funds to pay for the cost of printing and mailing our annual newsletter. We have to pay for the use of the space, refreshments, and now a Zoom subscription for our gathering each year. Outside of our annual gathering, our funds go toward maintaining our family website, gravestone repair, and other miscellaneous expenses. We are an entirely non-profit organization, and all of our officers are unpaid volunteers. It is only through the generosity of donors like you that we are able to keep our family traditions alive.

I hope you will consider making a donation to our reunion association this year. For the first time, we will be offering a donate button on our website—look for this option soon
at kalloch.org! And as always, you will have the option to mail a check or contribute in-person at the gathering. Many of you are familiar with our tradition of passing around the tin coffee pot to collect donations at the reunion. As we have the opportunity to meet safely in person once again, we will continue our tradition of “passing the pot” that has been used to support the Kalloch Reunion for generations. The other officers and I thank you very much in advance for your contributions.

Familial regards,
Paul Wilson, Treasurer
paulwilson33@gmail.com
(207) 949-2972 (cell phone: call or text)"

 

ABOUT THIS YEAR’S REUNION:

     We were pleased that so many new people could join us last year at our first virtual reunion. We’ve decided to try a hybrid reunion this year and will broadcast the reunion virtually to family who cannot travel to Maine.

2020 Family Reunion Photo

 

AGENDA

10:45  Zoom sign-in and In-Person Registration
11:00 Welcome - Anita Fernald, President
11:10 Introductions
11:30 Historians’ Talk: Genealogy – Exploring our Family History and
Connections using Family Search with Ken Kalloch, Webmaster and Historian
Creating Your Fan Chart - Peter Richardson, Historian Emeritus
12:00 Lunch - Bring your own
12:25  Kalloch Reunion Family Photo
12:30 Live Music with the Kemos Brothers
12:45 Superlatives and Door Prizes
1:00 Goodbyes and invitation to business meeting
1:10 Business Meeting

a) Welcome and President’s Report – Anita Fernald
b) Treasurer’s Report – Paul Wilson
c) Web and Genealogy Report – Ken Kalloch
d) Historians’ Report – Ken Kalloch, Paul Wilson, and Peter Richardson
e) Celebration and Remembrances of Family: Marriages, Births, and
Deaths
f) Election of Officers
2:00 Adjourn

In Memoriam


Gail Dodge Marzluff
 
 

Gail Dodge Marzluff
September 8, 1945 - May 28, 2021

Gail Charlotte Dodge was born in East Boothbay, Maine on September 8, 1945. She married William "Bill" Marzluff in 1967. She is a daughter of Harold Winfield Dodge and Ida Melva Bullock, and the mother of two children, Elaine, and James.
https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/newsobserver/name/gail-marzluff-obituary?pid=198856846
 

 
Gail Elsie Kalloch
  Gail Elsie Kalloch
June 25, 1940 - April 12, 2021

Gail Kalloch, 80, of Worcester, former longtime resident of Ashland passed away on April 12th, 2021. She was born the third of three children to Phyllis (Stevens) and Alfred Murray on June 25th, 1940. Married on May 21, 1967, she was predeceased by her husband, the love of her life, Fred Kalloch. She is the mother of four children, Gary, Pamela, Marjorie, and Susan.
https://www.mataresefuneral.com/obituary/gail-kalloch?lud=E07594AD6C5D6BA30EA6539B82A2891D

Mark Allen Kalloch 
  Mark Allen Kalloch
March 27, 1963 - April 3, 2021

Son of Richard Dearborn and Jacqueline (Lavoie) Kalloch. Surviving family members include his son, Nicholas A Kalloch and his brother and sister, Jim, and Karen Kalloch. https://www.newtonbartlett.com/obituary/Mark-Kalloch

Mitchell Whiting Kalloch
Mitchell Whiting Kalloch
August 8, 1930 - November 18, 2020

Mitchell was born in Riverhead, New York to William Ralph Kalloch and Kathryn Todd Commelin Kalloch. In 1955 he married the love of his life, Margaret Mary Campbell, they had two daughters, Margaret, and Linda.
https://www.brinsfieldfuneral.com/obituary/mitchell-whiting-kalloch
 

Samantha Kalloch-Morton
 
  Samantha Kalloch-Morton 
Jan. 24, 1986 - September 8, 2020

She is survived by her husband- Steven Kalloch-Morton; son- Connor Kalloch-Morton age 6; father- Leslie Kalloch of Hollis; mother- Debra Adams of Freeport. https://www.currentobituary.com/member/obit/247334
 

Carlene Kay Farr
  Carlene Kay Farr
Aug 26, 1926 - Aug 27, 2020

She was born in Rockport, Me., the daughter of Carlton and Marie (Keller) Hammond. Her first husband and the father of her four children was Ralph G. Bragdon who died in 1983. Carlene married Frank Meservey in in 1990. After his death, she married Percy Farr who died in 2011. She leaves her children, Mark, Elizabeth, David, and Andrea, 12 grandchildren, and 16 great grandchildren. https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/carlene-farr obituary?pid=196711169
 

Alexis Maurice Gross 
Alexis Maurice Gross
Apr. 19, 1932 - Aug 20, 2020

Son of Lloyd and Glennys (Kalloch) Gross. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Ann (Boyajian) Gross of Fairport, NY, and Naples, FL; a daughter Dianne, a son Stephen; three sisters in CT: Dolores McCarthy; Jeanine Lawrence; and Anita Fernald. https://obits.democratandchronicle.com/us/obituaries/democratandchronicle/name/alexis-gross-obituary?pid=196717009
 

Sally Robinson Long 
Sally Robinson Long 
August 31, 1923 - June 22, 2021

She was born in St. George, ME., the daughter of Joseph and
Carolena Kinney Robinson. Sally is survived by her children, Sally Jo Kinney, Joseph A. Long, Carolyn “Carrie” Elwell and her husband Kenneth all of St. George, and Liz and Tim Moores of Hudson; 15 grandchildren, many greatgrandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and a large, loving extended family. https://www.penbaypilot.com/article/sally-robinson-long-obituary/148728
 

Charles LeRoy Mooer
  Charles LeRoy Mooer
April 11, 1949 - April 7, 2021

Charles lived in Glendive, Montana. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Debbie (Kniepcamp) Mooer his children Jeremy Mooer and his wife Kristen of Fort Collins, Teresa Schulte and her husband Brent of Glendive, Michelle Palmer and her husband Chad of Dickinson, and six great grandchildren.
https://www.silhafuneralhomes.com/obituaries/Charles-Mooer/#!/Obituary
 
     

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