Extended Family News


Shawnee Mission East Homecoming Parade. Contestants for best float included Abby Weltner and the flower children. Russ and Karen cruising in the 74 Cutlass.

Russ Weltner and Karen cruising in 74 Cutlass ..... Doug this isn't the right make and year. Where's the Jeep?

Russ in 74 cutlass doug at sme homecoming
Abby Weltner and the SME Homecoming Flower Children
abby on the float abby on the sme flower children float


Photo's from Ed and Sue's recent trip

Ed & Sue on the boardwalk in Ocean City NJ ......... Sue at the lighthouse

Ed and Sue Weltner on the BoardWalk sue

Sue at Robert E Lee's birthplace or first house .... Pappa at Yorktown

Sue Weltner at Robert E Lee's house Ed Weltner at Yorktown


Sharon and Brent just before leaving Hilton Head. From left to right:
Rich, Rick, Vic, Ken, Brent Dana, Alexandra, Angie, Sharon, Max, Ashlynn

sharon and brent photo with Rich Daley and her 2 brothers

Ed with Russ and Karen's dog while they were visiting Amber out in LA. Brent played golf with Rich and Rick Daley at Berkeley Hall SC.

Doug Weltner working the phone
doug weltner on river walk


4-18-08 Doug Weltner and his partner Mark Sutherland win developer awarded Capstone Awards: Mixed Use -- First Place

KC Business Journal Doug Weltner Real Estate Developer

In the saddle: Mission Farms corrals residential, retail and office offerings
Kansas City Business Journal - by Steve Vockrodt Staff Writer

Doug Weltner Real Estate Developer Kansas City

Dave Kaup | KCBJ

Doug Weltner (left), a developer and broker with Grubb & Ellis/The Winbury Group, and his partner, Mark Sutherland, have helped the mixed-use Mission Farms get out of the gate. The development at the old Saddle and Sirloin Club site blends its retail, office and residential offerings with the surrounding architecture.

Who wouldn't want to be the envy of their friends and family?

That enticing offer is made to visitors of the Mission Farms Web site, a virtual gateway into a new mixed-use development in Leawood that stands out among its surroundings in the heart of Johnson County.

For the designers and architects of the development, Mission Farms is something to brag about.

Spanning 27 acres, Mission Farms evokes traditional mid-20th century architectural tenors of the old equestrian and shooting locale, the Saddle and Sirloin Club, which used to be on the site that the development now occupies.

Some of Doug & Anne Weltner Final Four photos.

Doug working the phones to get Steve and Brent's tickets for Monday. Uncle Doug is relieved now that he got the tickets and can settle in on a Margarita.

Doug Weltner working the phone doug weltner on river walk

Anne with Megan - Jeff - Matt and Sarah. Anne Weltner in her seats .... looks a little nervous!

anne welltner with megan sarah jeff matt annne weltner in her seats

The John Seymour with Abby. Peter and Andrew Aberg showed up as well. Unfortunately Peter was only able to afford baseline seating in the first row.

john seymour with abby peter aberg and andrew aberg

At dinner before the game Todd Reesing drops by for a visit with the Weltner's and DeGoler's

dinner ruth chris steve weltner doug anne welltner plus degoler brent weltner with abby and david

Some celebrating going on as KU wins the National Championship 75 to 68

matt jeff megan weltner Ku wins 75 to 68


Ed and Sue running around some castle near St Augustine FL and at the Golf Hall of Fame.

Ed & Sue Weltner Ed Weltner at Golf Hall of Fame

Sue and Ed visiting the Daley's in Hilton Head 3-6-08

Ed & Sue Weltner with the HH Daley's