2021 Reunion and News

Reunion Minutes

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Minutes from the 117th Conard Reunion

Reunion Photos

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Reunion 2021

In this picture: 2021 Reunion Attendees

Ray, Peg, and Madison Shipe, Bill & Bonny Barnhill, Erin & Wyatt Musselman, George & Judy Conard, Charlie Wilson, Rebecca Conard Lyon, Sam Conard, Kevin Lyon, Sandra Conard, Doug Conard, Denise Wilson Waltemyer, Cole Waltemyer, Jaxson Waltemyer, Trace Waltemyer, Ann Wilson, Gertrude Conard Delano, Jesse Hallowell, Penny Hallowell, Dottile Wiley (not pictured), Janet Roeber, Tom Roeber, Tom Walker, Kevin and Kristen and Zachary and Owen and Aaron Zeller, Tammy Prout, Joyce Fox, Betty Lou Hallowell Rhodes, Tracy & Bob Feeney, Diane Miernicki, Hannah & Justin Snider, Nelson & Karen Tennis, Kenny Zeller, Ken Zeller.

2021 presenter Jim Diamond

Our 2021 Presenter was Dr. Jim Diamond and his Domestic Animal Bells from around the world.

2021 prize winners

2021 Reunion Prize winners

Oldest Lady, Gertrude Conard Delano age 87
Oldest Gentleman, Penrose Hallowell Sr age 92
Youngest girl, Anna Zeller age 7
Youngest boy, Trace Waltemyer age 3
Married longest, Doug and Sondra Conard 54 yrs.
Cousin traveling farthest, from Indiana, Justin and Hannah Snider

Joyce, Betts, Diane, Jesse, Penny, Tom, Janet 2021 Ann, Charlie, Denise Wilson

Descendants of Ellen Ambler Conard and R. Comly Wilson:

Ann Wilson, Charlie Wilson, Denise Waltemyer, Joyce Hallowell Fox, Betty Lou Hallowell Rhodes, Penny Hallowell, Jesse Hallowell, Tom & Janet Davis Roeber, Diane Davis Miernicki.

George & Judy

Judy and George Conard


Peg Walker Shipe, Madison Shipe, Ray Shipe

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Kunders, an humble wool dyer from the banks of the Rhine, who, settling in the untrodden wilds of America, and pursuing the even tenor of a modest and uneventful life, “builded better than he knew.”

Robert Proud, in his history of Pennsylvania says, “Among the first Germantown settlers was Dennis Conrad. The first religious meeting of the Quakers, in that place, was held at his house in 1683. He was a hospitable, well-disposed man, of an inoffensive life and good character.”