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Palmer/Parmer Family Reunion

Contributors to the 2003 Reunion
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It cost money to put on the 2003 Family Reunion.  We have to rent the hall, buy supplies, mail notice letters, operate the Web Page, buy supplies, etc.  Those who have made financial contributions to the help with the expenses of the reunion will be listed here to show our thanks in some small way.  We appreciate your contributions very much.  They make the reunion possible.

Frank Palmer and Pat Palmer
Jeannette Palmer Johnson and Riley Johnson, Jr.
Kameron Searle and Marisa Searle
Jerry Palmer and Marilyn Palmer
Thomas (Tommy) and Sonja Palmer
Ron and Trisha Palmer
Minter Isom Palmer
Taylor Pendley and Dora Pendley
John Parmer
Dawn P. Mackebon

Additional Contributions Would Be Helpful and Greatly Appreciated

If you would like to make a contribution to the reunion, contributions may be sent to the adress below.  All contributors will be listed on this page.  If we have failed to list anyone who has made a contribution, please let us know so we can correct the ommision.  Please make checks payable to Kameron Searle

Palmer/Parmer Family Reunion* 21410 Park York* Katy, Texas* 77450

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