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FUDURICH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-12 published
Charles and Theresa FUDURICH July 10, 1943
Congratulations Mom and Dad, Grandma and Grandpa on the celebration of your 60th Wedding Anniversary Saint Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Gillespie Street, Toronto. May God continue to keep you in His care and Bless your lives with lasting health and happiness. We love you. son Ed and Barbara, grandchildren Christopher and Kimberley son Ken, Patti, grandchildren Geoffrey, Jamie, Kathryn; son Charles Jr. and Carole.

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FULLER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-15 published
Zelma and Thomas FULLER Jr. of Bradford are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Susan Mae to Mr. Kevin JEETHAN, son of Lynette and Harry JEETHAN of Mississauga. The marriage took place on Saturday, March 1, 2003 at Trinity Anglican Church, Bradford.

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FULLERTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2004-12-25 published
FULLERTON, Sam and Marcia - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
January 8, 1955
Much love from your children Ann, Kathy, Linda, Dan, your grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Family and Friends are invited to share in this joyous occasion at their Open House on Sunday, December 26, 2004 at the Royal Canadian Legion, Springbank Branch No. 533 from 1: 00-4:30 p.m.

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FULLERTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2004-12-25 published
FULLERTON, Sam and Marcia - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
January 8, 1955
Much love from your children Ann, Kathy, Linda, Dan, your grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Family and Friends are invited to share in this joyous occasion at their Open House on Sunday, December 26, 2004 at the Royal Canadian Legion, Springbank Branch No. 533 from 1: 00-4:30 p.m.

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FULTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-15 published
EDWARDS / NEWMAN -- Forthcoming Marriage
Linda EDWARDS and Robert FULTON of Saint Thomas, together with Sharen and David NEWMAN of Lucan are happy to announce the marrige of their children Tammy Louise EDWARDS to Gregory David NEWMAN. The wedding will take place in Saint Thomas on August 5, 2006 at Saint_John's Church at 3 p.m. Love the entire family.

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FULTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-21 published
FULTON, Joe and Ella - Happy 50th Anniversary
October 27, 1956-2006 (Mom you would have got less time for murder). Love from all of the family, Jeff, Elaine, Moira, Marty, Colin, Cathy, Janice and Brad and all the grand kids…we love you. Many more years to come

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FUNG m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-26 published
FUNG / STENNETT -- Christina Po-Shan FUNG and Scott Paul STENNETT were united in marriage at Metropolitan United Church in Toronto on Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 2 p.m. The Reverend John Joseph MASTANDREA, minister of Metropolitan United Church officiated. The bride is the daughter of Ms. Lily CHAN of Toronto and Mr. Paul FUNG of Hong Kong. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron STENNETT of Blenheim. Maid of honour was Elka LEUNG. Bridesmaids were Phyllis CHEUNG and Juliana LEUNG. Best man was Donald WATTS. Groomsmen were Devon MALTBY and Jason PARDO. Ryleigh VANNECK was the flower girl. Oliver CHAN, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. A dinner reception was held at Atlantis Pavilions in Toronto. The bride is a Senior Project Manager at TD Bank Financial Group in Toronto. The groom is a Vice President at Richardson Partners Financial Limited in Mississauga. Following their honeymoon trip to Italy, the couple now resides in Toronto.

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FUNK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-26 published
FUNK, Rosa and Erwin - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
April 26, 2008 With Love from your family, Curt, Helen and Rebecca, Eric, Tamara, Ryan and Cole. Cheers to many more golden years together. Opa, glad you made it.

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FUNSTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-14 published
FUNSTON, Ron and Sherry - 30th Anniversary
June 17

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FURMAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-07-23 published
Sandra CORELLI and Michael NIGRO -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, July 23, 2005, Page M4
Sandra CORELLI didn't have a prolonged quest for the author of a message in a bottle that had apparently washed up near a rocky pile on the beach. "I said, 'Someone must have had a romantic evening here,' " she recalls.
Her boyfriend, Michael NIGRO, had gingerly picked up the bottle, extricated a piece of weathered-looking parchment and handed it to her. The enclosed note was a chronicle of milestones in the couple's relationship, saying at the end: "... long walks on the beach, plus this long walk... equals a lifetime to look forward to." Then Mr. NIGRO dropped to one knee.
"I'd written it about a week before and burned the edges," chuckles Mr. NIGRO, who confessed to his new fiancée that his cousin and fellow conspirator, Rawl FURMAN, was clandestinely filming the theatrics, having earlier planted the bottle in its designated place.
"I don't enjoy being on video and wanted them to turn off the camera, but they kept going," she remembers. She was initially perturbed by the intrusion on their intimate moment, but she now confesses, "Michael is extremely funny, and always making me laugh. Now, I'm happy because I have it, [the proposal on video] and it will last."
Blissfully, the couple spent much of their leisure time at Mr. NIGRO's family cottage on Bluewater Beach north of Wasaga, where beach walks were routine and they kicked things up with Friends and family playing volleyball, soccer and football.
On this particular September 28, 2003, weekend, a family group of about 30 had gathered for their annual homemade pasta day.
"I could think of no more appropriate place," Mr. NIGRO says. "Of course, the first thing I did was ask Sandra's parents' permission, but my cousin Rawl and father were the only ones [in my family] who knew I was going to propose," he laughs.
The hardest part was for Ms. CORELLI's younger sister, Jennifer. Caught up in the romance of giving her input to help him design the ring, she managed to keep the marriage proposal a secret.
It was on a boat cruise during frosh week in September of 1996 that Ms. CORELLI, in her first year at the University of Toronto, met Mr. NIGRO, a York University student who was on board with his Friends. The two had chummed with their individual groups of pals since their early teens. After the cruise, the groups combined to form a nucleus of about a dozen who kept regular company, with Ms. CORELLI and Mr. NIGRO charged with event planning.
"Sandra and I were the main contacts and would arrange everything. We went for dinner, dessert, drinks, to nightclubs, skating at Nathan Phillips Square, and around Oscar time we'd see all the nominated movies," he says.
Time and proximity soon had a magnetic effect. "Out of the entire group we became the tightest, and got along well on all levels," Mr. NIGRO says.
In February, 1998, while Ms. CORELLI vacationed in Mexico with her Friends, Mr. NIGRO felt an emotional void. On her return, she surprised him with what he deemed more than a friendly effort for his birthday, a handmade card and truffle. A beguiled Mr. NIGRO notes, "We figured out we were crazy about each other around the same time." By March, they were a couple.
Each from traditional Italian families, they accepted a long courtship as the norm. "We didn't want to get married while we were in school and wanted to be at a certain point in our careers and lives," he asserts.
After graduating from University of Toronto in employment relations, Ms. CORELLI launched a corporate career in human resources and Mr. NIGRO, a graduate from York's Schulich School of Business, found his niche in provincial public service.
On June 4, Reverend Eugene FELICE, who had baptized Mr. NIGRO, and wed his parents, officiated as 400 guests observed from the pews of Saint Margaret Mary Roman Catholic Church in Woodbridge. A reception followed at the Terrace Banquet and Convention Centre. There, Mr. NIGRO's best man, best friend and confidant -- his father -- delivered an impassioned speech about his late wife, who had died when their son was a child, and then presented a treasured heirloom, her ring, to the astonished bride.
The couple, both 28, "are at our best when we have Friends and family around us. The foundation of our relationship is built on a strong Friendship," Ms. CORELLI observes, "and I think that's what makes it great."

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FURNESS m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2005-08-26 published
Bill and Jean FURNESS make 60 years of marriage look easy
They don't even fight about what to watch on television, since both enjoy watching sports
By Scott DUNN, Sun Times Staff, Page A1
Fairy tale weddings always end with the words and they lived happily every after.
And so should any story about Bill and Jean FURNESS's marriage, which marked its 60th anniversary Thursday.
They say their relationship has been copacetic the whole time, save for the usual struggles any marriage has. They report no major setbacks, nor any list of irritants that collectively can erode what is these days arguably the fragile institution of marriage.
In short, the FURNESSes have made the admirable achievement of a long and happy marriage look easy.
The FURNESSes grew up in the same neighbourhood and were classmates in Grade 7 at Dufferin School, where they skated nightly at a time when every school had an outdoor rink. She was his first girlfriend, and he her first boyfriend. They started going out in 1937, so their relationship has been going for 68 years.
They were engaged while Bill was on his first leave from the air force, eight months after he'd enlisted.
"He thought he'd better get me before somebody else did, English Dad?" Jean said, teasing him a little in the living room of their westside apartment.
Two model airplanes are displayed in the living room. One is the Blenheim, a two-engine bomber like the one from which he parachuted to safety during a training exercise in Saskatchewan during the Second World War.
The other is a four-engine Short Sterling, which was towing a target when the plane FURNESS was in snagged the tow cable and both planes crashed, killing two men in the bigger bomber. FURNESS parachuted onto a frozen lake, as did the pilot, who lost his boots when his parachute filled with air.
Bill and Jean wrote each other letters almost every day during the three years he was a bombardier in the Royal Air Force tactical squadron and they were married 13 days after he returned from the war. "Think of the stamps," on all those letters, Jean quipped.
She left Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute midway through high school to work at the Circle Bar knitting factory, in the Slater building along 2nd Avenue East. When it closed, the employees started a new factory, which made women's hosiery. It was in the building where Locking's safe is, on 3rd Avenue West, just north of 10th Street West
After the war, Bill worked at Russel Brothers, where he'd been for six months before enlisting. He left there in 1950, then became a letter carrier until retirement in 1979. Their son Paul was born in 1954, and Kari was born in 1958. The FURNESSes have six grandchildren.
They've received official letters of congratulations from politicians, including the prime minister. There was a slew of similar official correspondence for their 50th wedding anniversary too, and so Bill says he's getting a three-ringed binder to put it all in.
Now in their early 80s, they can't put their finger on any one big secret to why things worked out so well. Bill thinks one was church involvement, which kept them active and instilled a belief in the sanctity of marriage. It provided the commitment to keep working on their relationship. They made decisions together.
When you do those things, the marriage takes care of itself, he said. "I think so," Jean agreed.
They don't even fight about what to watch on television, since both enjoy watching sports. They went to every Attack hockey game last year too.
"We always agree. But I always win," Jean joked.
"We already agree to disagree," countered Bill.
"We do well to get along," Jean said when Bill left the room. "We have two nice kids. Six grand-kids. What more can we want? It's amazing."

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FURTADO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-02-15 published
Engagement Announcement - Ryan ZIEMSKI and Lisa FURTADO
Donald and Grace ZIEMSKI and Edwardo and Lizete FURTADO are proud to announce the engagement of their children, Ryan ZIEMSKI and Lisa FURTADO. The forthcoming wedding will take place on Saturday, October 4, 2003 at Holy Cross Parish in London.
Congratulations and Best Wishes.

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FURTNEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-26 published
FURTNEY, Brian and Rhonda - 30th Anniversary
March 27, 2005.
Rhonda, thank you for 30 wonderful years.
May the next 30 be just as great!
Love Brian

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FUTERMAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-02-22 published
FUTERMAN / LESSEM -- Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Ella FUTERMAN are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy FUTERMAN to Joel LESSEM, son of Mrs. Evelyn LESSEM and the late Dr. Alan LESSEM.

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