Saturday, March 08, 2008

New Web Site

The Deuel's have a new web page. We want to know what you think about it. Do you like the blog or the new web page better? Give us your feedback!

Deuel Page

Friday, February 29, 2008

Mom and Son Dance

Jen and Camden went to the dance on Friday. They go all dressed up for the big event. Camden told mom she was beautiful and the prettiest won at the dance. They went to eat at the Rio Grand (because Ryann and I go for our dance). Then they danced the night away. Actually, they did not dance at all. After watching the magician, eating cookies, and watching others dance, they went to Jody's for dessert. Here are some pictures:

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Scott "Erbie" Erbes

Scott “Erbie” Erbes, age 38, passed away very unexpectedly on Thursday, February 14, 2008, from injuries sustained in an accident. Raised in Reed City, Scott played football as a guard, baseball at third base, pitched and was a catcher. While attending Concordia College in River Forest, IL, he played baseball and football and then transferred to Grand Valley State University. Lisa and Scott met in Reed City where she was attending one of his sporting events. They fell in love and were married on August 21, 1993, at the Reed City United Methodist Church. Scott started working at Monarch Hydraulics in the Shipping and Receiving Department. Monarch was a good place for Scott to work because they allowed him to switch his schedule so he could coach both football and baseball where he was an assistant coach for nine years at Rockford High School. His schedule was very busy, but Scott was passionate about coaching. He always had time for his family, and he especially enjoyed coaching Alison and Grant, his children. He coached Rocket Football, and his children followed their Dad in his love of sports. Scott and Lisa’s life evolved around their family. They enjoyed going to sporting events including the Tigers & the Rampage. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Grace in 2006. Scott is survived by his wife, Lisa (Robinson), children, Alison, Grant, and Bailey; Parents Vernon and Laverne (Allen) Erbes of Reed City; Brother and Sisters, Michael and Cindy (Schooley) Erbes of Big Rapids, Luann (Erbes) and Todd Lumsden of Marne, and Diane (Erbes) and Bob Maynard of Big Rapids; Lisa’s family, Paul and Freda (Garvon) Robinson of Cedar Springs, Amy (Robinson) and Russell Yoder of San Diego, Al and Lorraine (Robinson) Marcus of Cedar Springs; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Interment in Courtland Township Cemetery.

Memorials: Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Memorial Fund established for his children at 5/3rd Bank.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Daddy Daughter Dance

Ryann and Dad went to the Daddy Daughter Dance for the 6th year in a row. We had a great time. We took pictures before the dance, went to Rio Grande for dinner, and then to the big dance. After dancing the night away, we went for dessert after the dance with friends Jenna and Jamie. Perkins had the best cookie, hot fudge desert ever. When we got home -- Ryann had Chloe and Allison over for a sleepover.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Hope's 2nd Birthday

Can you believe that this little girl is already two? It seems like just the other day she was putting us through the scare of our life!

Hope had a great B-day. We just had us on her actual B-day because Ryann was sick. (She caught what the rest of us had the previous week). The rest of the family came over on Wednesday to celebrate.
You can watch this MOVIE to see all the pictures or you can look at these pictures:
This cake was made by Grandma Bogart

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Merry Christmas

The kids dressed up as elfs today. Check out the video. We think they are good dancers.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Getting The Tree

It is that time of year again when the Deuel family heads out with Aunt Jody's family to get the Christmas tree. We have a great time getting the tree, riding the wagon, drinking hot chocolate, eating marshmallows, and sometimes we even get to go sliding.

This year we went to Lendricks tree Farm. We picked out the tree really fast. Found just the right one for the new house. It was one of the best trees that we had gotten in a long time. When we got home ... the tree did not look like the one we picked in the field. Oh well, we still love it and it is OUR tree.

Check out some of the pics from the tree day or look at this video: Tree