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KUBADNER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-28 published
OWLES / KUBADNER
Stag and Doe for Mandy and Lars Saturday July 12th, at the Legion, John St. Saint Thomas, 8 p.m. till 1 p.m. Win a new Barbecue! Live Bands!

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KUBARAKOS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-13 published
BOTHWELL / KUBARAKOS
Georgina KUBARAKOS and Ruth and Fred BOTHWELL are delighted to announce the marriage of Kathy BOTHWELL and Peter KUBARAKOS on July 6, 2003 in Spartia, Greece.
Family and Friends shared this blessed occasion.
A Celebration honoring their marriage was held at Elsie Perrin Estate in London on August 17.
Love and best wishes Kathy and Peter.

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KUDELKA m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-09-10 published
Tanya HOWARD and Robert EICHVALD -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, September 10, 2005, Page M6
At a star party on the roof deck of the EICHVALD family boathouse on Lake Muskoka, guests craned to see a meteorite shower against a canopy of black. But that August night in 1999, Robert EICHVALD and Tanya HOWARD were also fixated on each other. Just casual acquaintances at the time, Mr. EICHVALD says, "We just knew this was it. We knew we were going to be together. That's just how it was."
Until she met Mr. EICHVALD, Ms. HOWARD had focused most of her attentions on ballet. Born in Uitenhage, South Africa, she started dancing at the age of 4 and at 14 entered the National School of the Arts in Johannesburg. After graduation, she won numerous awards, including a scholarship to the National Ballet of Canada. She apprenticed there in 1998 and a year later became a member of the corps de ballet.
In 2004, Ms. HOWARD was promoted to second soloist with the company. She has been featured in Monotones II, The Sleeping Beauty, Serenade and The Nutcracker. She also created the role of Twig in James KUDELKA's Cinderella.
For his part, Mr. EICHVALD, a University of Waterloo psychology graduate, is vice-president of organizational development at the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work, a network that provides services for job seekers with disabilities and businesses committed to equality and inclusion.
"What I choose to spend most of my time on is helping other people fulfill their lives," he says. "I guess I'm a bit of a bleeding heart.... I want to be there and make a difference."
Mr. EICHVALD is also a dedicated athlete, and hockey and beach volleyball are some of his passions. The 38-year-old underwent a cultural conversion during his courtship with Ms. HOWARD. "If I have two or three [roles] in one production, he will come two or three times," she says. In turn, Ms. HOWARD cheers him on when he plays sports.
Mostly, though, the two look forward to shared downtime. They commute together daily from their Junction-area home to their work downtown and enjoy travelling, especially to see spectacular sunsets.
In May, 2004, Ms. HOWARD, now 26, thought she was accompanying Mr. EICHVALD to an Atlanta work conference -- until the departure gate revealed the surprise destination of Key West.
"We went there as our first trip," he says. "It's the end of the road in North America and artistic people who are dreamers end up there. Everybody actually goes out and watches the sunset: performers, musicians, all kinds of sailboats."
During one such sunset, Mr. EICHVALD added to the magic with a proposal.
On July 16, by the water's edge at Windsor Park in Bala, Ontario, the couple were wed by Reverend John W. OLDHAM before 100 Friends and family. A casual reception followed at the EICHVALD cottage.
"A traditional city wedding wasn't our style," the bridegroom says. "A lot of the people coming to the wedding had been at the cottage at some point, so it was a place of great memories for more than just the two of us."
After cocktails, guests danced under a tent set up on the roof and ate at food stations, including a carving station and one serving stir-fry in Chinese take-out boxes.
And since it was a hot day, "literally everyone ended up jumping in the water in full dress, and various other states of undress, and had a great time," Mr. EICHVALD says. Around 4 a.m., guests were shuttled safely back to their hotels by bus.
As the newlyweds ponder their future, Mr. EICHVALD is considering new ways to help others. The cause that interests him the most these days is Right to Play, an athlete-driven organization focusing on sports and health for children in war-torn countries.
Meanwhile, Ms. HOWARD, who plans to keep her name for performance purposes, envisions a lengthy career in ballet, "as long as my body will allow."
She also suggests motherhood and dance are compatible. "Now, it seems more acceptable to quit and come back. I've already crossed over to other forms of dance early in my career," she says, referring to her participation in the Peggy Baker Dance Projects.
And, of course, they'll save time for each other. Ms. HOWARD says, "I would hope that people see the respect and care that we have for each other, and that our happiness is the real thing."

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KUDIRKA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-11-26 published
ALLARD / KUDIRKA -- Wedding Announcement
Frank and Carol ALLARD and Raymond and Sue Ann KUDIRKA are pleased to announce the marriage of their children, Julie and Dave. The wedding took place on June 18th, 2005 at St. Patrick's Church in London. Congratulations and Best wishes!

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KURAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-25 published
DUNBAR / KURAN
With great joy, the families of Tara DUNBAR and Greg KURAN announce their forthcoming marriage on Saturday, July 16, 2005 in London.
Congratulations.
Happy 30th Greg on June 23, 2005.

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KURANYI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-22 published
KURANYI, George and Joyce - 50th Anniversary
Family, Friends, Neighbours and Co-workers, present and past, are invited to an Open House in Honor of George and Joyce on Saturday, May 6, 2006 from 8: 00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Elgin Labour Temple at 18 Princess Ave., Saint Thomas. Let your presence be your gift.

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KURUCZ m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-14 published
DAVIES / KURUCZ -- Wedding Announcement
Tami McMAHON was the Maid of Honour at the wedding of her mother, Victoria DAVIES to Doctor James KURUCZ last Saturday, June 7th at the Mocha Schriners on Colborne St. here in London. About 60 close Friends and family attended the wedding and reception. Pastor, Carol E. BROWNING of Thames Valley Weddings performed the ceremony.

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KUSHNER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-08-20 published
Erika VEH and Mark KNODELL -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, August 20, 2005, Page M4
Canada Day, 1999: In a Queen Street East booth, as an enterprising Erika VEH supplemented her regular income by promoting time-share packages for a Collingwood resort, neither she nor Mark KNODELL could imagine that serendipity would have them sharing their lives. Out with his buddies, he chatted briefly with her at the booth before hesitatingly leaving -- he was immediately captivated by Ms. VEH. "My Friends said, 'She likes you!' Mr. KNODELL says, "and I thought to myself, 'Wow, she's a great girl. I really like her.' We came back about 10 minutes later and I tried to persuade her to give me her number but she wouldn't."
"I'd been through a lot of relationships and only been in Toronto three months," Ms. VEH recalls. "My parents taught me the safe thing to do was not to give him my phone number, but to take his," which she did.
Her brief encounter with Mr. KNODELL would have remained just that, but kismet would intervene when she returned home to Ottawa for her father's birthday on July 2. There, her mother, Suzanne VEH, insisted that the recent graduate of Barrie's Georgian College in resort and hotel administration discard student paraphernalia she no longer needed. As Ms. VEH rummaged through material destined for the recycling bin, she picked up an expensive textbook called Fundamentals of Management that she had never used.
"I flipped it open, and I tried to place the smiling picture staring back at me." Suddenly, in an illuminating flash, she excitedly announced to her mother that the enterprising Halifax fish broker described in her textbook had tried to pick her up in the Beaches.
Back in Toronto, Ms. VEH rushed to call him, but the shorts where she'd stuffed his number had been laundered, leaving a blanched scrap with only a vestigial 416. When the telephone directory held no listing, she reasoned he must have been a mere visitor to Toronto and had returned to Halifax.
Two weeks later, her mother visited for the weekend and over a glass of wine tactfully queried, "Did you follow up with the East Coast connection?" Ms. VEH explained she had been unable to reach Mr. KNODELL, and, in any case, was not interested in a long-distance relationship. Yet, fate summoned her mother to urge, "Call 411. Just do it for me." A listing materialized, and with some trepidation, Ms. VEH called him.
A voicemail responded, "You've reached Mark and Dominic, please leave a message," and had her discombobulated, leaving hints for him to remember her. Immediately Ms. VEH realized Dominic might be a woman. "I freaked out. Oh my gosh, here I am leaving a message on a strange guy's answering machine and he's probably living with a girl!"
That Sunday, on his return from a business trip in Finland, a delighted Mr. KNODELL dashed to call Ms. VEH, explained Dominic was a male roommate, and they arranged a rollerblading date mid-week.
"I looked over at Erika and thought, 'What is this girl doing, no padding, no helmet, going way too fast down the hill?" Mr. KNODELL says.
"The brakes on my roller blades weren't working. I was trying to impress Mark and didn't want to scream. I basically took out someone's sprinkler system," she remembers. Before she crashed into the house, "a chivalrous, Mark swooped me up." That, she notes, was her first and last sortie into rollerblading. Later, on a boardwalk bench, they chatted the night away, rapt in each other until 4 a.m. "Both of us didn't want it to end, but by dawn work was beckoning," Ms. VEH says. She had explained the serendipitous nature of her quest to locate him, and the role of her textbook, as he listened in disbelief.
In 1992, Mr. KNODELL, 32, and a former winner of a Youth Entrepreneur Award of Merit, was interviewed and photographed for inclusion in a proposed marketing text. "For me, the craziest thing was the book. They promised me a copy, but I moved, never got it, and forgot about it."
Lured by the opportunity in Toronto, the 1995 Saint Mary's University graduate had moved his business, Continental Connections, from the Maritimes about 18 months before meeting Ms. VEH, 29. Also drawn to Toronto, she had found work with a recruitment firm and then moved to advertising sales.
The committed couple pooled their resources in 2001 to purchase a home in the Beaches. On the premise that a dog was requisite for "in group" membership in the neighbourhood, they were joined by Rupert, a Boston terrier.
By April of 2004 the pair had moved to a second Beaches home, and Ms. VEH had switched career paths to take the real-estate licensing course. When she successfully completed phase one on July 19 of last year, Mr. KNODELL suggested they celebrate over dinner. In a small, candle-lit private room, his odd behaviour had her wondering, "like most women what was wrong? What did I say?"
However, constrained by the table and squeezed into the corner, he was struggling to kneel and open a ring box. "Of course I said yes, and was shaking and crying," Ms. VEH says.
The wedding was Victorian, vintage and simple. On July 10, at dusk, the bride, in her mother's original gown, reworked by Kathy COOPER of Urban Bride, floated down an aisle draped with peony balls elevated by seven-foot shepherd rods to a stone outdoor altar at Vaughn Estate where Reverend Gordon KUSHNER wed the couple. Classic touches included violins, Kir Royal, and, acknowledging Ms. VEH's family heritage, a Danish cone-shaped cake with multiple marzipan-filled, cookie-like pastry layers, tiny Canadian and Danish flags on each.
"I feel like something bigger was in control, something bigger than us," Ms. VEH says.

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KUSTERS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-07 published
KUSTERS, Morris and Nolda - 50th Wedding Anniversary
Family and Friends are invited to attend an Open House on Sat. October 14, 1-4 p.m., Huron House Restaurant, Rear Entrance, Huron Heights Plaza, 1345 Huron Street, London. Best Wishes Only.

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KUTTAS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-13 published
KUTTAS / GODEL -- Sandra KUTTAS is delighted to announce the engagement of her daughter, Melissa to Lenny, son of Deanna and Sydney GODEL of Montreal. Melissa's late father, Morris KUTTAS is sadly missed at this time. A Summer 2004 wedding is planned.

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KUZMA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-13 published
KUZMA, Darren and Angela - Happy 1st Anniversary
September 14th
What a wonderful first year of marriage it's been with the arrival of our daughter Emily. Looking forward to many more wonderful years.
Thanks and Love to Everyone.

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KUZMAS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-30 published
KUZMAS, Luke - Happy 1st Birthday
Love Baba Polly and Dedo Tony KUZMAS and cousins Samantha and Carmine MARTINO

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