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How great! If more means merrier, then these multi-generational families must be gleeful as can be. Take a look at these great-grandparents enjoying time with their kin.
Hank Graham with great-grandparents Dick and Bevie Straub
Duck, duck…A red carpet welcomed the legendary Peabody Ducks to St. Louis and the University City Children's Center (UCCC). Escorted by Duckmaster Anthony Petrina, the world-famous flock of fowl from The Peabody hotel in Memphis visited the Center last week. Just as they do twice a day in the lobby of The Peabody, the ducks paraded up a red carpet to accompanying music. During their appearance, the Duckmaster also talked with UCCC preschoolers about the ducks’ history and their care, as well as how the children can help protect the environment and all living things.
EarthDance has breathed new life into Missouri’s oldest organic farm. The nonprofit is sustainably growing food, farmers and community one person at a time, through hands-on education and experience at the former Mueller Farm.
To sleep, perchance to dream…not a problem in these two well-designed boudoirs! Holly Blumeyer, owner of Holly Blumeyer Interior Design Group, and her husband, Jeff Demerath, are in the process of remodeling a charming home.
The time that grandparents and great-grandparents spend with their progeny creates memories that last a lifetime. Here, we present photos of time well-spent—together.
Great-grandparents Jack and Rae Kootman with eight of their 10 great-grandchildren
Sarah Maria CEPEDA
Miles Trokey Muyco: Proud parents Amanda and Tony Muyco III, along with big brother Kai, all of St. Louis, are thrilled to welcome a baby boy to their family. Grandparents are Bill and Cathy Trokey and Glenda Muyco, and great-grandparents are Mike and Georgia Cliffe, all of St. Louis. April 2, 2012, 1:59 p.m. 6 lbs., 11 oz., 20.5 inches St. Anthony Medical Center
A wedding is a legal, and usually religious, ceremony to celebrate the start of a marriage. Some young women get mired in the details, to the point of forgetting what a wedding is all about. Whether the bridesmaids wore the same shoes or jewelry will soon be forgotten as the couple embarks on the joys and trials of married life.
Mr. and Mrs. James Grelle of St. Louis are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Christine Regina Grelle, to Christopher James Finney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Finney Jr. of Glendale.
When it comes to families, the more, the merrier! Ladue News readers share photos that include great-grandparents showing off their generations of joy. Click here to add your own photos!
Their story…On Jan. 1, 2006, Matthew Westerheide began the New Year with a fresh start and a new possibility. At the prompting of his older sister, Chrissy, he called Rebecca Lubeley whose brother Ryan was dating Chrissy. “Both of us were tired of the bar scene,” Rebecca recalls, “and my brother and Matt’s sister originally were encouraging a friendship, however, one thing led to another and here we are.” (Incidentally, their siblings were married last year.)
Ladue News invites you to enjoy the generations of love sent in by our readers of great-grandparents with their great-grandchildren. Thanks to all who submitted photos.