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JACK m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-15 published
SCOTT / MOORE -- Forthcoming Marriage
Mrs. Cheryl SCOTT and the late Richie SCOTT would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Amber Blakey SCOTT to Curtis James MOORE son of David and Shelley MOORE of Perth. Wedding to take place on Saturday July 2, 2005 at the country home of Don JACK, Flesherton.
Congratulations Amber and Curtis.
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JACKLIN m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-01-24 published
BOUSQUET- JACKLIN
Christopher BOUSQUET and Kristen JACKLIN were married December 31, 2000 in Parry Sound Ontario.
Parents are James and Joanne BOUSQUET of Little Current and John and Gail JACKLIN of Parry Sound.

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JACKLIN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-11 published
JACKLIN, Bill and Betty - 45th Anniversary
Of Huron Park, Ontario (formerly London) 45th Anniversary November 11, 1961-November 11, 2006 Thanks to loving family and cherished Friends.

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JACKMAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-19 published
Forthcoming Marriage - JACKMAN / SCHNIEDER/SNIDER/SNYDER
Ed and Louise JACKMAN are pleased to announce the wedding of their daughter, Amanda to Robert SCHNIEDER/SNIDER/SNYDER on Saturday, August 9th, Congratulations to you both.
Love from your family.

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JACKMAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-10-08 published
Mia KIM and Scott Thomas SINGER -- Match:
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, October 8, 2005, Page M4
Scott Thomas SINGER was a member of an endangered fellowship, that of the company man. Yet, unlike the snap, crackle and pop of the signature brand he managed, his personal life had all the verve of cornflakes. On graduating from York University in 2002, Mr. SINGER continued with Kellogg Canada Inc., where he had worked part-time for three years, but his progress came at a social cost. "I spent so much time at work that my father would always say, 'Don't worry, one day you will meet someone there,' Mr. SINGER recalls.
Soon, a harbinger of change appeared when Queen's University graduate Mia KIM, a new assistant brand manager, joined the breakfast club. "[She was] similar in age to me. We became instantaneous good Friends and started going for lunches," Mr. SINGER says.
Ms. KIM was home alone on New Year's Eve, 2002, recuperating from a car accident, when he called near midnight. A five-hour exchange led to a first date seeing Gangs of New York. Later, Ms. KIM would admit its length, not its content, held the appeal as she wanted to maximize their time together.
"We had such a close bond so fast," Mr. SINGER says, "I wanted to take her away just two weeks after we had been dating and Valentine's Day seemed perfect." The trip would be a surprise, and he gave her a series of envelopes in sequence with clues to the highlights: destination (New York), hotel (the Plaza), a Broadway show (The Producers), and so on.
Ms. KIM's friend Susan JACKMAN recalls the long e-mail she received soon after the pair came home. "The way she was talking, it felt like a commitment was formed early on," Ms. JACKMAN says.
The inseparable twosome began playing golf and driving together to and from work.
Family was paramount to him, and he valued that trait in others, embracing the tandem of Ms. KIM and her mother. "They came as a package," friend Nina KIM (no relation) says. "Her mother loves him, cooks Korean food for him, and he... calls her 'mother-in-law' in Korean." A passion for cottage life further linked the pair. "Being able to spend weekends at my parents' cottage means so much to me that I think this is one of the reasons we fit so well," Mr. SINGER says.
On the way to the cottage, they had often admired St. George's Anglican Church on the edge of Lake Simcoe. Mr. SINGER chose it as the site of his Thanksgiving, 2004, proposal.
However, concerned the church's Fall Flower Festival would bring a deluge of visitors and usurp the moment, Mr. SINGER roused Ms. KIM at 7 a.m. on the pretext of driving to town for a newspaper and paused at the tiny church.
A sole parishioner left, giving the couple a rare solitude in the autumnal air of the church. "We sat down in the front pew, I put my arm around her and decided not to think of what I'd say until the moment because I wanted it straight from the heart," Mr. SINGER says.
On September 22, after a rehearsal dinner, the couple donned Korean wedding attire for a ceremony in which parents and grandparents knelt and offered advice. Chestnuts representing girls and dates for boys, predicting their future bounty, were tossed into a shawl held by the pair.
Two days later, at the Rosedale Golf Club, guests with loot bags topped by Rice Krispie squares boarded buses and settled in to view Father of the Bride as they motored to St. George's Anglican Church. The bridesmaids appeared like fall foliage in burnt orange, yellow and fuchsia replications of a vintage Oscar de la Renta design. The dewy bride, 27, dressed in a Vera Wang creation, approached the altar, where Reverend Robin HEADER wed the couple.
The newlyweds live near Lawrence and Mount Pleasant. Mr. SINGER, 25, ponders new product innovation at Kellogg and Ms. KIM determines what promotional surprises to hide in our cereal.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-05-25 published
JACKSON / BUSHI
Brian and Sandra JACKSON Of Markdale And Burbuqe And Myrteza BUSHI Of Germany Are Pleased To Announce The Forthcoming Marriage Of Their Children Scott and Entela On Saturday, July 9, 2005 at 1: 00 p.m. at Ashbury and West United Church, Toronto
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JACKSON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-08 published
Scott JACKSON and Entela BUSHI
Buck and Doe For Scott JACKSON and Entela BUSHI
Saturday June 11, 2005 at the Flesherton Kinplex 8pm-1am
Music by: Scott Betts DJ Service
No Minors - Tickets at the door
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JACKSON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-15 published
50th Wedding Anniversary
By Bob STEEL, Page 16
June 4, 2005, Saturday, was an eventful day for Mr. and Mrs. C and C CATCHER, the day chosen for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Christopher Robert CATCHER and Sara Clazien (LEKX) wedding in Trinity Anglican Church, Durham by the Rev. Reginald JACKSON. The matron of honour was Mrs. Patricia JAMES (Christopher's oldest sister) and the best man was David CATCHER (the brother of Chris.) The reception was at the LEKX family farm near Durham. The actual wedding was March 5, 1955.
At their home located on the corner of the Old Durham Road and Grey Road 14, the celebration ran from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with up to 180 people attending.
Part of the day was a renewal of the wedding vows conducted by the Rev. Anne MILLS, very recently the minister for Christ Church Markdale (Anglican). All present took part in the ceremony. Clazien's brother, William (the LEKX family Is from Holland) sang a solo and the LEKX family sang the hymns.
For their honeymoon, Chris and Clazien drove to French River to stay on a farm of Christopher's parents where he built his first house and became a farmer.
One day on the way to Sudbury their first child was born in the car! They stopped at Burwash to get a doctor. This was the evening of December 22, 1955. The baby was Isobel Patricia.
In the fall of 1956 they came back to the Durham/Priceville area. Chris sold for Watkins Products patent medicines, animal minerals, etc.
Their home was the current one which Chris purchased in 1960. Children were Isobel, Tonia, Mary and Thomas. Christopher John was the fifth in 1962. The family have lived there for 45 years come this August.
They have always been churchgoers. At the present time they attend Christ Church Markdale, Anglican. Both have helped in the church. Clazien is president of the Anglican Church Women. Soon their garden flowers are provided for the altar. Chris is a volunteer at Rockwood Terrace, a seniors' home in Durham. Both Clazien and Chris work in their garden and around the house.
On June 5, the weather was sunny and warm. First visitors were Doctor and Mrs. CHAN at 9 a.m. From 10 a.m. it was visitors.
Chris has worn the Scottish kilt and sporran so his piper Friends came and played the pipes from 11 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m. Kaelen MacNEILL, the 14-year old Highland dancer (who lives next door) performed for about one hour and then helped the CATCHERs. She goes to Grey Highlands High School. There was a large tent for food and shelter. There were flowers and guests everywhere. The food was delicious.
There were innumerable automobiles. Visitors came locally and from Milton, Orangeville, Fergus, Stratford, Guelph, Paisley, Wiarton, Owen Sound, London, Gananoque, Kanata, Toronto and Richmond Hill. There were four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The CATCHERs thank everyone who attended and made the event a lovely, unforgettable event.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2003-10-17 published
Long marriage follows accidental meeting
City couple celebrates diamond anniversary
By Jonathon JACKSON, Sun Times Staff, page A3
Helen VERMILYEA remembers telling the minister of her church in Toronto that she had been married for six months and thinking that was a long time
He said that was not a particularly long time, telling her he had been married for 10 years.
That's not a long time either, at least not in the eyes of VERMILYEA and her husband Doug. Thursday was the Owen Sound couple's 60th wedding anniversary.
They celebrated a few days early, with a party last Saturday at Harrison Park. Most of their family was able to attend, filling the community centre beyond capacity.
"Some had to eat outside at the picnic tables, (the hall) was so full," Helen said.
Doug VERMILYEA and Helen McGREGOR met entirely by chance in about 1940. Doug, a native of Regina, was in the Royal Canadian Air Force. He was looking for a girl named Helen when he knocked on his future wife's door, unaware the girl he was looking for lived next door.
Helen, an Annan native who was working as a nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, was captivated by the handsome serviceman. He came back the next day to invite her to church and they married about three years later near Annan, at the Johnson Presbyterian Church, which is no longer standing.
After a honeymoon near Bracebridge, she went back to Toronto and he went overseas. She came home after giving birth to the first of their six children and they were reunited after he left the air force in 1946.
"We bought a house from Helen's father and that's why we moved from Toronto up to Owen Sound," Doug said.
In Owen Sound, the VERMILYEAs owned Hatton Hall Catering for 33 years while Doug also worked at the RCA plant. After the factory closed in the mid-1970s, he went to work as a caretaker at the Knox church in Owen Sound, finally retiring at age 77.
"The time goes, raising a family. It was time consuming," said Doug, now 85. "You get old before you realize it, but we still don't feel old."
"I don't know where the time has gone," said Helen, also 85. "We've had a very very busy life."
It was during their career as caterers that they first heard of a couple who had been married for as long as 50 years. As she had done early in her marriage, Helen's commented it was a long time for a couple to have been married.
"1 thought that was wonderful, to have a couple married that long," she said.
The VERMILYEAs, who have 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, are proud of the seven certificates they received in commemoration of their milestone anniversary. They're from Owen Sound Mayor Rick BEANEY, Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound Member of Provincial Parliament Bill MURDOCH and Member of Parliament Ovid JACKSON, Premier Ernie EVES, Prime Minister Jean CHRETIEN, Gov. Gen. Adrienne CLARKSON and Queen Elizabeth.
It's very special," Helen said.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-05 published
Engagement - CUMING / JACKSON

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-12 published
60th Wedding Anniversary, Wes and Pearl JACKSON
April 22, 2003
Congratulations from daughter Pamela LOUCKS and husband Bill; grandchildren Cora LOUCKS, Angela and Matt ATKINSON. Family and Friends from St. Thomas and London also send their best wishes. Pearl and Wes now reside in Kitchener.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-03 published
Forthcoming Marriage - DATSON / EVANS
Shannon and Paul WHEELER and Jean and Al JACKSON are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Terry DATSON and Gord EVANS.
Please join us a their Stag and Doe, Saturday May 10, 2003 at White Oak Community Centre, 1119 Jalna Blvd. at 7p.m.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-20 published
JACKSON, Debbie and Paul - Happy 25th Anniversary.
Sept. 16, 1978 - 2003
Love your family and Friends

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-25 published
PATROCH / JACKSON -- Forthcoming Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. David PATROCH and Mr. and Mrs. Randy JACKSON are delighted to announce the marriage of their children David Tyler to Jamie Christine.
The marriage will take place on August 6, 2005 in Lacombe, Alberta.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-12-24 published
WEBB / TWIST
Dan TWIST and Lindsay WEBB exchanged vows in a beautiful ceremony at St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church on Sat., October 22, 2005. Lindsay is the daughter of David and Bonnie WEBB and Dan is the son of Susan TWIST and Larry TWIST, all of London. Danielle McNICHOL, Sarah JACKSON, Jessie GASPARATTO, Stacie TWIST, attended the bride. The groomsmen were Paul COAD, Paul DICKSON/DIXON, Ryan MOORE and Trevor WILSON. Reception was at the Mocha Temple.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-23 published
KOSYNSKI, Gladys and Archie - Happy 67th Wedding Anniversary
September 28, 1939 Love and Best Wishes from daughters Christine JACKSON (Gord,) Sharon HUTTON (Bob,) grandchildren and great-grandchild (Cameron).

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JACKSON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-07 published
JACKSON, Harold and Greta - 60th Anniversary
Married June 5, 1948, Hamilton Road Gospel Chapel, London Celebrated with family and relatives at a dinner reception at the Lamplighter Inn. We thank the Lord for giving us such godly parents and for the many blessings we have enjoyed together as a family.

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JACKSON m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-27 published
JACKSON, Norma and Wes - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary Sept 26, 2003 With love and best wishes From your children and grandchildren

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JACOBS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-03 published
Forthcoming Marriage - WILLEMS / JACOBS
It is with great joy that we announce the forthcoming marriage of our children Melissa Ruth WILLEMS, daughter of Catherine WILLEMS of London and Gerald in Spirit to Larry JACOBS, son of Larry and Najibe JACOBS of Leamington. A May wedding is planned in Leamington.
"Love is Eternal"

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JACOBS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-05-17 published
JACOBS / WEISS -- We are thrilled to announce the engagement of Stacey-Lee, daughter of Andrea and Russell JACOBS, and Alan HARF of Toronto to Robert, son of Regina (Edith) and the late Bernard WEISS of Montreal.

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JACOBS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-01 published
KIRSHNER / BAER -- Sylvia and Lou KIRSHNER are proud to announce the engagement of their 3rd daughter Michelle to Ian son of Bonnie and Rick BAER. Mozel tov from Bubie Ruth KIRSHNER, siblings and spouses. Sadly missed at this time are Max and Esther SHAPIRO, Meyer KIRSHNER, Leo and Sadye JACOBS and Sam and Isabel BAER.

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JADISCHKE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-27 published
BROWN, Roy and Nellie - 70th Wedding Anniversary
They were married at 555 Dundas Street on September 30, 1933. They are still in their own home and are grateful for God's many blessings all these years. Happy Anniversary with love from Doreen and Louis EIZENGA, Bob and Pat BROWN, Rose and Kurt JADISCHKE, the 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

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JAECKEL m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-06 published
JAECKEL / DAVIS
Nancy and Jerry SPRINGER, Valerie and Lothar JAECKEL (London,) and Linda and Jim DAVIS (Atlanta, Georgia) are pleased to announce the engagement of Ann JAECKEL (R.N.) and Captain Jeff DAVIS (United States Marine Corps).
Ann and Jeff, currently residing in Yuma, Arizona, are planning a spring wedding in London.

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JAFFER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-19 published
We're engaged, two members of Parliament tell Tory caucus
The Canadian Press, Page A5
Ottawa -- The diamond ring on the finger of Conservative member of Parliament Helena GUERGIS in Question Period yesterday gave the news away:
She and Rahim JAFFER, her long-time dating partner and fellow Tory member of Parliament, are engaged.
Ms. GUERGIS, 38, is member of Parliament for Simcoe-Grey and a secretary of state for foreign affairs while Mr. JAFFER, 35, represents Edmonton-Strathcona.
The two announced their engagement during the weekly Conservative caucus.

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JAGGARD m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2008-02-27 published
Wedding Announcement
Rosalie and David JAGGARD
Are very happy to announce the marriage of their daughter Ramona
To Humphrey DANISO
The wedding took place in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on December 1, 2007.
Travelling to Africa for the wedding were Ramona's family Rosalie and David JAGGARD, Melody and Tim WHITEHEAD and Lamar JAGGARD.
Ramona and Humphrey are living in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
Congratulations Ramona and Humphrey!

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JAJAL m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-23 published
The JAJAL's Celebrate 35 Years!!
With their grandchildren - Kaeden, Fran, Koen and Manu JAJAL; Phoenix, Soleil and Xochi HAINES.

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JALBERT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-21 published
WHITE/WHYTE / JALBERT -- Forthcoming Marriage
It is with great pleasure that Stewart and Linda WHITE/WHYTE, along with Susan McGUGAN and Steve PELLERIN announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amberley WHITE/WHYTE to Craig JALBERT, son of Bud and Sue JALBERT. The wedding will take place in London, Ontario on May 12, 2007.

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JAMES m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-15 published
50th Wedding Anniversary
By Bob STEEL, Page 16
June 4, 2005, Saturday, was an eventful day for Mr. and Mrs. C and C CATCHER, the day chosen for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Christopher Robert CATCHER and Sara Clazien (LEKX) wedding in Trinity Anglican Church, Durham by the Rev. Reginald JACKSON. The matron of honour was Mrs. Patricia JAMES (Christopher's oldest sister) and the best man was David CATCHER (the brother of Chris.) The reception was at the LEKX family farm near Durham. The actual wedding was March 5, 1955.
At their home located on the corner of the Old Durham Road and Grey Road 14, the celebration ran from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with up to 180 people attending.
Part of the day was a renewal of the wedding vows conducted by the Rev. Anne MILLS, very recently the minister for Christ Church Markdale (Anglican). All present took part in the ceremony. Clazien's brother, William (the LEKX family Is from Holland) sang a solo and the LEKX family sang the hymns.
For their honeymoon, Chris and Clazien drove to French River to stay on a farm of Christopher's parents where he built his first house and became a farmer.
One day on the way to Sudbury their first child was born in the car! They stopped at Burwash to get a doctor. This was the evening of December 22, 1955. The baby was Isobel Patricia.
In the fall of 1956 they came back to the Durham/Priceville area. Chris sold for Watkins Products patent medicines, animal minerals, etc.
Their home was the current one which Chris purchased in 1960. Children were Isobel, Tonia, Mary and Thomas. Christopher John was the fifth in 1962. The family have lived there for 45 years come this August.
They have always been churchgoers. At the present time they attend Christ Church Markdale, Anglican. Both have helped in the church. Clazien is president of the Anglican Church Women. Soon their garden flowers are provided for the altar. Chris is a volunteer at Rockwood Terrace, a seniors' home in Durham. Both Clazien and Chris work in their garden and around the house.
On June 5, the weather was sunny and warm. First visitors were Doctor and Mrs. CHAN at 9 a.m. From 10 a.m. it was visitors.
Chris has worn the Scottish kilt and sporran so his piper Friends came and played the pipes from 11 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m. Kaelen MacNEILL, the 14-year old Highland dancer (who lives next door) performed for about one hour and then helped the CATCHERs. She goes to Grey Highlands High School. There was a large tent for food and shelter. There were flowers and guests everywhere. The food was delicious.
There were innumerable automobiles. Visitors came locally and from Milton, Orangeville, Fergus, Stratford, Guelph, Paisley, Wiarton, Owen Sound, London, Gananoque, Kanata, Toronto and Richmond Hill. There were four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The CATCHERs thank everyone who attended and made the event a lovely, unforgettable event.

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JAMES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-05 published
CRINKLAW / JAMES
Stephen and Donna CRINKLAW of London, Ontario and Doug and Robin JAMES of Parry Sound, Ontario are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Rod CRINKLAW and Shannon JAMES.
A fall wedding is planned.

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JAMES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-22 published
JAMES, Jean and David - Happy 40th Anniversary
March 22, 2008 Love Deborah and Mike, Philip and Shauna grandchildren Kyla, Maddison, and Brody.

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JAMIESON m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-10-19 published
MORLEY, Bill and Minnie - 50th Wedding Anniversary
On September 10th a surprise party was held by Bill and Minnie MORLEY's camping Friends on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. They were camped at the Blythe Steam Show when their Friends surprised them.
When they came home from a fishing trip with Fred and Grace JAMIESON the next week their family had arranged another party for them.
Family came from as far as Edmonton on their special day.
Wayne, Wendy and Linda arranged the day and Pepe PETRICH and Chris WINTERBURN cooked a wonderful meal for approximately 60 Friends and relatives.
After dinner there was a great evening of visiting and dancing.
On September 30 Bill and Minnie's children took them on a cruise on the Segwin out of Gravenhurst, followed by a family dinner.
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JAMIESON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-16 published
FLATT / JAMIESON
Glenn and Irene FLATT of London together with Bob and Jean JAMIESON of Brampton are thrilled to announce the marriage of their children Gail and Paul, today August 16th. May your love for each other bring you happiness always.
Gail and Paul will reside in Brampton, Ontario.

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JAMIESON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-09 published
BIELFELD / JAMIESON -- Forthcoming Marriage
Jamieson ELZA and Eddie BIELFELD from Pretoria, South Africa and Susan and Ross JAMIESON from Langton, Ontario are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Eleonore and Jason. The wedding will take place this October in London.

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JAMIESON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-27 published
JAMIESON, Howard and Tina - Happy 30th Anniversary
From Colleen, Jolene, Tamara, Margaret, Sierra and Elmer.

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JANE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-11-03 published
Will you Mayor-y me?
London's Anne Marie DECICCO and Tim BEST are planning to wed after a whirlwind romance.
By MARY- JANE EGAN, Free Press Reporter, Thurs., November 3, 2005
Mayor Anne Marie DECICCO cuddles with fiance Tim BEST, a London native now living in Dallas, Texas, yesterday after the couple announced plans to marry next year. BEST proposed Sunday during dinner in Port Stanley. (Morris LAMONT, The London Free Press)
London Mayor Anne Marie DECICCO dropped a bombshell -- but this one was purely personal -- at city hall yesterday: She's getting married.
Dressed in a red suit and flashing a glittering diamond and a broad smile, the 40-year-old, never-wed, two-term mayor invited reporters into her office to meet the man she plans to marry next year.
"We do have a date but we're finalizing it, so I don't want to jinx too much of that right now," DECICCO said as well-wishers arrived with congratulatory hugs and to view the diamond.
Tim BEST, 44, a London native now living in Dallas, Texas, and the owner of two Texas Junior B hockey teams, met DECICCO May 22 at a Memorial Cup hockey game at the John Labatt Centre.
The whirlwind romance that ensued -- kept carefully under wraps -- culminated Sunday when BEST proposed during a romantic fireside dinner at Port Stanley's Kettle Creek Inn.
Port Stanley was chosen for "sentimental reasons," DECICCO said, noting one of their first dates was a walk along the Lake Erie beach.
"Yes, he got down on one knee," DECICCO confirmed, prompting BEST to quip: "I slipped."
BEST, who plans to return to London in April after hockey season wraps up for his teams the Dallas Titans and Fort Worth Texans, said he will maintain ownership of the teams.
BEST said he will give up his role as general manager of Hockey Group LP to his coaches.
The two teams are ranked third and 19th in the U.S.
"I'll take a trip down (to Texas) once a month for a couple of days but as president of a company like that, it's very easy to monitor from up here," BEST said.
After the wedding, they plan to live in the London house DECICCO bought a year ago.
DECICCO, who plans to seek a third term as mayor next year, has already recruited BEST to co-chair one of her campaign teams.
"I feel like I've been blessed in so many ways in my life with a great family and great Friends and this is just an amazing job. But this completes my circle in a lot of ways," DECICCO said of the engagement.
"We definitely want to have a family and I'm really looking forward to that, but we've also talked about running (for election) again and Tim's 110 per cent behind that."
BEST and DECICCO went to the same high school, but he didn't know her then. He was in Grade 13 at Catholic Central high school when she was in Grade 9 there. He went to school with her brother, Dom, while DECICCO shared classes with BEST's sister.
It was after a Memorial Cup game BEST approached DECICCO for directions to an automated teller machine.
"I knew Anne Marie was the mayor, but it was dark and I didn't recognize her and she had all her (London) Knights stuff on and she was wearing this big badge, so I honestly thought she was working at the game," said BEST. " She gave me directions and, later, we were introduced in the Molson tent."
DECICCO has dated off and on, but said her last serious relationship was when she was in her 20s. She kept her relationship with BEST quiet until "I knew he was the right guy."
Since they met, he's made several trips to London and she, too, to Dallas.
BEST let slip they took a vacation together, but DECICCO made it clear that topic was off limits.
"I've always been really serious when it comes to relationships and, obviously, I have a very responsible job and you want to be sure that when someone becomes a part of your life that they understand it fully and this job is important not just for me but for the community," DECICCO said.
Early in their relationship, DECICCO said the couple began talking about the future.
"We have the same values and the same morals and we're both Catholic and there are a lot of things that bind us together and he really understands my job and he knows it's not 9 to 5 and he's going to be eating dinner by himself once in a while. But he doesn't have a traditional job, either, so we understand each other and are supportive -- and you know I'm a huge hockey fan."
BEST was married in 1982 at 21, a relationship that lasted only a year and a half and produced a son, Ryan, 22, who will be his father's best man.
Ryan coaches one of his dad's teams and DECICCO describes him as "just terrific -- he's my buddy."
BEST, who visited DECICCO's parents, Frank and Bettina, the night before he proposed to ask Frank for his daughter's hand, said both families have become close.
"I told her dad this can't happen without your blessing and he said he saw a lot of the same things in me as himself and he lived his life for Anne Marie and he could see I would do the same," said BEST.
"Our families are really emotional," DECICCO said. "Everyone's been crying at various times, my staff, my Friends, my family."
DECICCO, only the second London mayor in recent memory to wed in office -- Deputy Mayor Tom GOSNELL was the first -- said she believes marriage will make her happier and enhance her role as mayor.
"I think just about every other mayor that's been doing this job has been married, so it's not like I'm breaking new ground here.
"I spend a lot of time at events and now Tim will be there and that will be an enhancement to the things I do. This job has been the best experience I've ever had, but like everyone else, there are days when you just need someone to be there for you and I've seen that in the months we've been together and it's just going to be a bonus when he's actually living here and we're married."
BEST's parents are lifelong Londoners. His father, Ted, retired after 30 years as a blacksmith at GM Diesel and his mother, Carolyn, is a retired porter from London Health Sciences Centre. They own a four-hectare hobby farm on Dundas Street East.

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JANNER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-10-01 published
Lucinda BINGHAM and Aaron GOLDBERG -- Match
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, October 1, 2005, Page M4
Lucinda BINGHAM and Aaron GOLDBERG thought it would be great while it lasted. But as it turned out, not even the Atlantic Ocean could douse their sparks.
She was from the University of Sheffield and he from the University of British Columbia when they met in September, 1998, as exchange students at the University of California, Santa Barbara. In different disciplines, they seemed unlikely to reconnect. But that November, when Ms. BINGHAM was wending through the beachfront student housing with its open keg parties, she drifted into Mr. GOLDBERG's home.
"He was celebrating his birthday, didn't know why I was there, but was happy I turned up," she recalls. The theme, "An Evening at the Lab," had the boisterous gathering imbibing test-tube shooters. Caught up in the festivities, Mr. GOLDBERG affectionately pinched Ms. BINGHAM's cheek. After an instinctive retaliatory slap, she apologetically offered her number when he asked for it.
They were soon an item, but romance was overshadowed by the reality of each returning home. "We made it clear that we would enjoy the time we had in California and not put pressure on each other," Ms. BINGHAM says.
Their year in the sun ended in June, 1999. As a last hurrah, they motored up the coast to Vancouver, across Canada to Toronto and down to Washington, where the Friends bid adieu.
The phone lines burned in the interval before each returned to fourth-year university, but it was Mr. GOLDBERG who blinked first. "I said, 'We'll be together until we are apart, until we decide we'd rather be with someone else, or it's too heart-wrenching to be together [but apart],' " he says. "But Friends calling every day... it wasn't the right category."
The next couple of years included reciprocal visits, and both became focused on pursuing their master's degrees. When Ms. BINGHAM completed her year of film Theory at the University of Nottingham, she joined Mr. GOLDBERG in Manhattan, where he was taking media studies at N.Y.U. By August, 2001, they had their own apartment in Brooklyn, but she had returned to England to obtain a U.S. working visa.
Suddenly, on 9/11, as Mr. GOLDBERG watched the maelstrom from his rooftop, the couple rethought their priorities. "There was no hesitation in my mind. I was going to New York on the next plane," Ms. BINGHAM says.
Clearly, Mr. GOLDBERG was overwhelmed by her courage and commitment. "Lucinda made a big sacrifice coming, and not only the timing, but because North America is my territory," he says.
By March 2003, they had relocated to Toronto, where he began work for Brunico Communications, later moving to the ad agency Axmith McIntyre Wicht. Ms. BINGHAM, waiting for her permanent residency, volunteered at the Paper Things boutique in support of the National Ballet and for various film festivals. "I guess when you are not able to work, you indulge yourself in the things you enjoy," she says with a laugh.
Mr. GOLDBERG's quest for a unique proposal spot drew him to the Ice Hotel near Quebec City. Not to everyone's taste or temperature, it is rebuilt annually from 5,000 tons of ice, with 16-foot ceilings, decor and furniture all fashioned from ice.
"It was freezing," Mr. GOLDBERG admits, but "dogsledding and dinner in the lodge were nicer than expected." On January 17, 2004, as they snuggled in sleeping bags on a mattress of deer pelts, Mr. GOLDBERG proffered his own piece of ice.
The proposal gave more than a passing nod to family tradition: The ring had been his mother's, passed to her from his grandmother, and it was presented in an original box from the jewellery store his grandfather once owned.
Invitations to their London wedding specified cocktail attire and dancing shoes. "Lucinda is a citizen of the world. Not only did her bridesmaids live in different cities -- they lived in different time zones," Mr. GOLDBERG says.
"It was complicated," Ms. BINGHAM says, "so I told them to wear a little black Sex and the City dress, because everyone has a little black favourite."
A convert to Judaism, she supplied the 109 attendees with a program explaining the modified Jewish ceremony. Members of the wedding party held the chuppah, designed by Mr. GOLDBERG's aunt, Hong Kong artist Lori ORMUT- DURBIN. The couple were united by Rabbi Laura JANNER- KLAUSNER and co-officiant Rabbi Matthew DURBIN, Mr. GOLDBERG's cousin.
The reception patisserie had a Seventh Avenue flavour thanks to friend and groomsman Barry GOLDMAN, who toted the wedding cake and four frozen cheesecakes from the Carnegie Deli in his luggage.
Mrs. GOLDBERG, 28, a senior publicist at Allied Advertising, works on their DreamWorks account, and Mr. GOLDBERG, 27, inspired by family success, has begun his own entrepreneurial pursuits. "We reached the pivotal moment and then we figured out how we'd be able to make it possible," he says. "Our relationship was more maintaining what we had, instead of building what wasn't there yet."

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JANSEN m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-10-17 published
JANSEN- EASTBROOK
Congratulations to Erica JANSEN and Jeffrey EASTBROOK on their marriage at Mindemoya Missionary Church on July 14, 2001.
"Cinderella and her Prince lived happily ever after."
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JANSEN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-20 published
STOREY / NEEDHAM
Jenny Patricia NEEDHAM and Darren Richard STOREY exchanged wedding vows and began a new life together, Saturday, July 23, 2005. The celebration took place at St. Luke's in-the-Garden Chapel, London. Jenny is the daughter of Patricia JANSEN and Ralph NEEDHAM and Darren is the son of Rick and Gerri STOREY. The couple resides in London.

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JANUSHEWSKI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-08 published
TRACZUK, Karol " Chip" and Kathy
Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. TRACZUK are very happy to announce the marriage of their son Karol "Chip" and Kathy (née JANUSHEWSKI.) An intimate wedding ceremony and reception were held at the Bellamere Winery on August 21, 2005. The nuptials were witnessed by the groom's brother, Gabe TRACZUK, and the bride's sister, Karen KRASIC. The newlyweds reside in London. Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness. Sto Lat!

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JARDINE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-02 published
JARDINE, Patricia and Douglas - Happy 40th Anniversary Mom and Dad
May you next 40 years be as wonderful as the first 40. With all our love, Chris, Dale, Nicola, Amanda, Jamie, Sandra, Jon, Mark, Krista, Alexandra, Danika, Marissa and Carter.

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JARVEL m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-12-20 published
HOLDSWORTH / JARVEL
Pat HOLDSWORTH and Mr. and Mrs. T. JARVEL are pleased to announce the engagement of Danielle HOLDSWORTH to Andres JARVEL on December We all wish you much happiness.

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JARVIE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-12 published
REVINGTON, Donald and Elizabeth (née JARVIE) - 60th Wedding Anniversary
Married July 14, 1948 Saint Mary's Anglican Church, Walkerville, Ontario. Congratulations and Best Wishes to our parents and grandparents on this special day. Love Paul, David, Elizabeth (Randy) and grandchildren Philip, Matthew, Wesley, Emily and Laura.

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JARVIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-11 published
JARVIS / POTTER
Ross and Jean JARVIS are delighted to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Emily to Rob POTTER, son of Keith POTTER and Cathy RIGGALL. The wedding will take place on Friday, July 8, 2005 in Toronto, Ontario.

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JARVIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-24 published
JARVIS, Mike and Kathleen - Happy 1st Year Anniversary
September 25, 2005

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JARVIS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-05-09 published
JARVIS / ARMSTRONG
Peter JARVIS and the late Margaret JARVIS of Toronto and Dave and Betty ARMSTRONG of Markham are delighted to announce the engagement of Jennie and Jamie on April 11, 2008. Wedding planned for December 2008. Congratulations from your Family and Friends.

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JASPER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-01-11 published
Marriage Announcement
Tom and Mary Ellen JASPER of Goderich, John WHALEY and Cindy of Oakville, Bob and Betty BIRTCH of Ottawa proudly announce the marriage of Dianne WHALEY and Paul BIRTCH in Rome, Italy on December 13, 2002. The happy couple reside in Grenoble, France but hope to return to Canada in the near future.

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JAZEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-05 published
JAZEY / THORPE
Marsha and Alex JAZEY of London are thrilled to announce the engagement of their daughter Jennifer Alexandria to Shawn Thomas THORPE, son of Barb and Tom THORPE of Delaware. The wedding will take place June 3, 2006.

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