The Currier & Ives Dinnerware Collectors Club was formed to encourage the preservation of Royal China dinnerware, by sharing information and encouraging learning about Royal China. In doing so it would also promote new friendships with fellow collectors!
C & I Spotlight
Merridith Dee “Merry” (Spiller) Broccard, 71, of Hillsboro died May 8, 2018, in Clayton. She was retired from the Bank of Hillsboro after working there for 32 years. She also was a member of the Currier and Ives Dinnerware Collector Club and Connection 64 “Class of 64.” Born Aug. 26, 1946, in St. Louis, she was the daughter of the late Martin Glenn Spiller and Capitola Geraldine (Oliver) Spiller-Pedigo.
She is survived by her husband: Donald Lee Broccard of Hillsboro; three children: Joe (Cheryl) Beffa of Festus, Amy (Randall) Rhodes of De Soto and Nick Beffa of Festus; a special sister-in-law who she raised as a daughter: Pia Broccard of Cedar Hill; two siblings: Susan (Max) Trueblood of Rolla and Spike (Deborah) Spiller of De Soto; and six grandchildren: Nichole and Crystal Beffa, Mitchell and Raymond Rhodes and Tyson and Dominic Beffa.
Convention packets should be out sometime in May/June.
Start planning your costumes, reviewing your favorite pie baker/cake recipe and deciding on table scapes!!
23nd Annual Convention
Currier & Ives Dinnerware Collectors Club
Dates: Thursday July 12th-14th 2018
Location: South County Holiday Inn
6921 South Lindbergh BLVD
St. Louis MO 63125
Theme: The Wizard of OZ
"There's no place like Home"