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Eaton County, Michigan


 Family reunions are a great resource for family research. So on request I have created this page to announce family reunions of Eaton County families. So bring a dish to pass or just stop on by, you never know, you might find a long lost cousin.

If you would like to have your family reunion announced here please email the information to me. Only one requirement, the family has to have ties to Eaton County. The family reunion doesn't have to be held in Eaton County.


Hale / Huffman Family Reunion


The Hale / Huffman Family Reunion is always the 4th Sunday in June 

The Arnolds, 8015 Mulliken Road, Mulliken, Michigan.

Come early and  visit. Eat at 1:00 P.M.
Bring a dish to pass, drinks, a wrapped mystery gift for the auction and new unwrapped items for bingo prizes. 

(please label children's mystery gift)

In case we missed someone. Please, pass this onto other families. Hope to see you there.
Contact person for further information: Robin Boyer



                The Devilo & Letha McDiarmid family reunion is held the third Sunday of July each year at the Floyd Van Buren Park in Sunfield Michigan, in memory of Marie McDiarmid whose birthday is July 25th.




            The Reeder Reunion is held annually at the park in Lake Odessa on the first Sunday of August. The Reeder Family was one of the Pioneer Families of the Sunfield, Mulliken, and Grand Ledge, Eaton County area. 






3rd Sunday of August every year. arrive after 12 noon and eat by 2 pm. Stay as long as you want to visit.

At: home of Robert & Leota (Skinner) Strobel, 10901 Skinner Hwy, Dimondale, MI 48821       Ph (517) 646-6846   

email: rstrob@aol.com

Bring: Table Service, dish to share, old family pictures and history.

If you can trace your family history back to Sgt. Thomas Skinner of Malden, Mass (b. 1617 in Chichester, England) then you're a cousin. If your not sure come anyhow.  We have a Family Tree 13 generations deep and over 40' long (in small print) and we want it to grow.                    

The Skinner's settled in Windsor Township, Dimondale, Eaton County, MI. in 1837. Being the second family into the township by 7 days. Orange Towsley was the first family. Skinners have been in the township every since.





Always the 1st Sunday in August.  Arrive any time after 12 noon and eat by 2 pm.  Bring table service and dish to share.  Coffee, Lemonade and Ice Tea provided. 


At the home of Robert & Leota Strobel.   10901 Skinner Hwy (Corner of M-99 and Skinner Hwy just south of Vermontville Hwy), Dimondale, MI 48821.  Ph: 517-646-6846.   email:   rstrob@aol.com


Lots of parking available.   Bring pictures (new & old), family history and help update the family tree (Now 20' long).


If your Strobel genealogy takes you back to near Stuttgart, Germany (just north of) then you may be related.  We would like to get to know you.  If your not sure come anyhow and maybe find some more family.


The Strobel's settled in west Windsor Township, west of Dimondale, in 1854.   There has been a Strobel in the township every since.


mailbox Jan Sedore / Grand Ledge, Michigan / jansedore@gmail.comt