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TUCK m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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TUCK m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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TUCK m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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TUCKER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-29 published
ARNOLD / TUCKER -- Paula and Mike ARNOLD are delighted to announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Jessica to Chris TUCKER, oldest son of Mary and Dave TUCKER, of Richmond Hill. A July 2004 wedding is planned.

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TUNBRIDGE m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-07-30 published
Karlyn TUNBRIDGE and David PATON -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, July 30, 2005, Page M4
It took just two weeks for Karlyn Helen Maureen TUNBRIDGE and David Cameron PATON to start talking about getting married. Two months later, they were engaged.
In March of 2004, after spending nine hours toiling on a summer program brochure, Ms. TUNBRIDGE, now 34, an employee with the Toronto parks and recreation department, decided to log on to an Internet dating service she had recently joined.
The screen name Haggis McBagus caught her eye. Assuming he might share her Scottish background, she immediately arranged an exchange of phone numbers. On her transit ride home, she called his cellphone and caught him as he was walking his dog.
Their casual conversation lasted until midnight, concluding with his invitation to dinner the next evening. She accepted, but asked that he e-mail her a photo. "I really didn't like his picture," she says. "But he was making me laugh, and I enjoyed talking to him, so I didn't care."
When he arrived, however, flowers in hand, Mr. PATON didn't look anything like he did in the photograph, she says. He reminded her of race-car driver Paul Tracy.
The two hit it off instantly.
"There was an automatic comfort level," Mr. PATON, 39, recalls. "On a first date, there are those long periods of silence, and we didn't have that. We weren't 25-year-olds who had to explore what we wanted in a relationship."
Despite some unusual circumstances, Ms. TUNBRIDGE says it was love at first sight.
"David was in the beginning stages of divorce and I hadn't been in a relationship in a long time," she says. "Sitting across the table, I just knew, and we started talking about getting married within two weeks."
Although her mother was worried and skeptical, her fears dissipated after learning Mr. PATON was from her birthplace of Paisley, Scotland. Her sister, Stephanie, was reassured after he declared his honourable intentions. Anticipating an engagement ring, an excited Ms. TUNBRIDGE began scoping out wedding sites. Enthusiastic about the West Rouge Community Centre, she suffered an emotional meltdown when Mr. PATON, in a playful ruse, apologized that he couldn't afford a ring.
Then he dramatically produced one, and asked her to marry him.
"Get out of here," she replied.
Emphatically, he repeated the question, and she tearfully accepted. It was the May long weekend -- only two months after they had met.
It might seem like a snap decision, but Ms. TUNBRIDGE has always been one to follow her heart.
She had originally worked at a bank, but did not enjoy it. When a friend offered her a summer job at a wading pool and playground, Ms. TUNBRIDGE, who loves children, jumped at the chance, despite the low pay and part-time hours.
It was a perfect fit for her, since she has a deep affection for the outdoors. "I love the beach, camp, the cottage, and pretty much grew up in a canoe. My father had me on the water before I was walking," she says.
To become a children's recreation expert, she went to Centennial College and got a recreation scholarship, then moved to George Brown as a full-time student while juggling a job and her studies.
She now facilitates the training of staff for more than 30 summer camps, while finding time to volunteer with Fashion Cares, the A.I.D.S. Walk and the Toronto Youth Games.
Currently in the midst of a career change, Mr. PATON's passions included Manchester United, Saturday United Kingdom soccer, and, to the chagrin of Ms. TUNBRIDGE, collecting Star Trek memorabilia.
The pair are perfect foils. "I'm a little off-the-wall wacky at times, and David is much more serious. I have this crazy laugh, a lot of different Friends, and David is a homebody. He helps ground me, and I help him to let go," Ms. TUNBRIDGE says.
Their wedding invitation specified "a no-tie or dress-up event. You could show up in your Speedo if you wanted to," Ms. TUNBRIDGE says.
For her part, she took advantage of the chance to wear flip-flops down the aisle, beneath her white dress.
"I'm mildly obsessed with flip-flops. They are comfortable, cool, summer, the epitome of everything fun. I start wearing them in March and they come off in October," she says.
"She not only has flip-flop shoes, but flip-flop pendants... anything with a flip-flop design," Mr. PATON says with a laugh.
On a steamy June 25, the kilt-clad bridegroom, groomsmen in white shirts and khaki pants, bridesmaids, including four flower girls all in pink with pink flip-flops, three ring bearers sporting Hawaiian shirts, and 110 guests were assembled on Rouge Beach.
A piper and the rhythmic tapping of her flip-flops announced the bride as she sauntered down a sandy aisle, which was decorated by an inventive Mr. PATON and his best man, Ehren MENDUM, with eye-catching gigantic pink faux gerbera and sunflowers obtained that morning from the dollar store.
Rev. Tina GABRIEL performed the nuptials and the Sons of Beaches, a rock 'n' roll band made up of City of Toronto employees, played at the reception.
The couple are now renovating the Guildwood Village home where Ms. TUNBRIDGE was raised. "I loved growing up here," she says of the leafy half-acre property atop the Scarborough Bluffs that they purchased from her father.
She is hoping to soon join the area's constituency of soccer moms.

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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-05-11 published
TUPLING / BENN
Buck 'n Doe for Andrew TUPLING and Jennifer BENN on Saturday, May 14 8: 00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. at Honeywood Arena
D.J. - Buffet - Prizes
Tickets available at the door - $5.00/person
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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-10-04 published
TUPLING / LEITH -- Engagement
Lois TUPLING and The Late "Deb" TUPLING of Honeywood, Ontario arc pleased to announce the engagement of their youngest son Michael TUPLING to Shannon LEITH, daughter of Doug and Carolyn LEITH of Priceville, Ontario
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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-15 published
LEITH, Shannon - Miscellaneous Shower
There will be a miscellaneous shower for Shannon LEITH, bride-to-be of Michael TUPLING on Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 2 p.m. in the Honeywood Arena. Please accept this as your invitation.
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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-22 published
LEITH, Shannon - Miscellaneous Shower
There will be a miscellaneous shower for Shannon LEITH, bride-to-be of Michael TUPLING on Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 2 p.m. in the Honeywood Arena. Please accept this as your invitation.
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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-29 published
TUPLING / LEITH -- Buck and Doe
Michael TUPLING and Shannon LEITH
Friday, September 7, 2007
Honeywood Arena
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
DJ and Lunch Buffet $5.00
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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-09-05 published
TUPLING / LEITH -- Buck and Doe
Michael TUPLING and Shannon LEITH
Friday, September 7, 2007 Honeywood Arena 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
DJ and Lunch Buffet $5.00
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TUPLING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-05-28 published
SPROTT and TUPLING's 40th Wedding Anniversaries
We would like to thank everyone in the Sprott, Tupling and Wiltshire families for making the celebration of our 40th Wedding Anniversaries a special day. It was wonderful to share this time at Badjeros Community Centre on Sunday, May 18th with family and Friends. The albums to which everyone contributed are a lovely keepsake. Thank you to everyone for the good wishes, cards and gifts.
- Dennis and Carolyn SPROTT, Bert and Pat TUPLING.
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TURACK m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-04 published
BLEZENSKY/ TURACK -- Joanie and Eric BLEZENSKY and Karen TURACK are thrilled to announce and celebrate the engagement of their children Michele BLEZENSKY and Matthew TURACK. Excited siblings are Laura BLEZENSKY and Brooke TURACK. Proud grandparents are Ruth Steinberg, Helen ZAWALSKY, Percy ROTMAN, Merle COLLIS. Sadly missed are grandparents Michael STEINBERG, Jack BLEZENSKY and Selma ROTMAN. Aunts, uncles, cousins and Friends are looking forward to sharing their special day.

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TURCOTT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-03 published
DEWARS / GLASSFORD -- Engagement
Nanette and Wayne DEWARS are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Julie Marie to Trevor Johnathon "T.J." GLASSFORD, son of Jennifer and Scott SQUIRES, and Trevor TURCOTT. The wedding will take place August 2008 in London.

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TURCOTTE m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-05-10 published
TURCOTTE / CORRIGAN -- 50th Anniversary
Bernard (Bun) (Bernie) and Patricia (Pat) (Paddy) TURCOTTE were married 50 years ago on May 10, 1958 at Saint Thomas Aquinas chapel of the Newman Club at the University of Toronto. Pat is originally from Swift Current, Saskatchewan and Bernard is from Ottawa. They met at the Faculty of Music of the University of Toronto where they were students and the rest is history. Their children Kevin, David and Carole with their spouses and the grandchildren from Salt Lake City, and Toronto celebrated the occasion together at a dinner staged in their honour in Phoenix, Arizona three weeks ago. Happy Annniversary Bernie and Pat and here's to the next 50! Kevin, David, Carole, Lisa, Monica, Natalie Jaye and Felicia

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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-05-11 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna (ALCOX) - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
May 14, 2005
Love from your family Lynne and Cliff, Jayne and Don, Gwen and Brian, Anne and Peter, Brent and Cathy Chris, Brad and Lisa, Mike, Kim
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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-06-13 published
FRENCH / TURNER
We wish to say "Thank You" to everyone who took time from their busy Saturday to attend my family bridal shower at Rob Roy. All of our gifts will always be so special to us. Everything will have a place in our home. An Extra special thanks to everyone who organized and arranged this day in my honor The lunch was awesome and the bride's cake was beautiful. Everything was perfect.
- Love, Steve and Jill
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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-22 published
TURNER / FRENCH
Dane and Joanne TURNER of DALSTON and Dan and Norma BLACKWELL of Collingwood are very happy to announce the marriage of their children, Jill TURNER and Steve FRENCH of Barrie. Wedding took place July 7, 2007 at Rob Roy United Church. Steve is the son of the late David FRENCH.
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TURNER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-04-23 published
TURNER / STRAIN -- Engagement
Keith and Marie TURNER are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Erin to Mike, son of Michael and Beth STRAIN of Milverton.
The wedding to take place on August 23rd, 2008.
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TURNER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-10 published
CAMILLERI / TURNER -- Forthcoming Marriage
We are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of our daughter Kim CAMILLERI to Drew TURNER on July 22nd, 2006. Family and Friends are welcome to join them tonight at the Belmont Arena and Community Centre for the Stag and Doe their wedding party has organized for them. Congratulations Kim and Drew! All our love, Mum and Dad

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TURNER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-03 published
Linda Anna Aminah DE WITT and Graeme Harris TURNER -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Page M6
As dragon boat crews marshalled on the docks of Ontario Place for the annual September competition in 2003, Graeme TURNER inched toward the beguiling, statuesque Linda DE WITT.
"I didn't notice Graeme until we were lining up. I remember thinking, 'He's a good-looking guy, but I'm not here for that,' " recalls Ms. DE WITT, a last-minute substitute recruit who crossed her arms, turned to avoid eye contact and focused on winning.
Unfazed, Mr. TURNER tapped her on the shoulder. "It was a defensive mode I was facing, and I had to have my wits about me," he laughs. With a quick query, he elicited her team's name, Who's Your Daddy?, shouted encouragement and added, "See you around."
When the preliminaries ended, scores of dragon boaters mulled about, and just as he abandoned hope of ever seeing his anonymous enchantress again, a teammate who knew he was smitten suddenly gestured frantically to Mr. TURNER. In megaphonic tones across the crowd he belted, "Who's Your Daddy?" Ms. DE WITT looked up, Mr. TURNER spotted her, and said, "See you tomorrow."
That comment cemented her decision to sub again the following day, even though she had originally planned to participate only once. Her team was bumped to the consolations and his advanced to the finals. In the interval between heats, he and his Friends took in a film at Cinesphere, while Ms. DE WITT, "on the hunt with her girlfriend," scoured Ontario Place for him. Just before race time, their paths crossed and their hearts leaped. "Picture, if you can, this guy walking with his right hand eagerly out for 10 feet ready to shake," laughs Ms. DE WITT, now 25 and the account executive with Food for Tots.
The competition over, their beer-tent rendezvous led to a kiss on the cheek, and a call the next day. Mr. TURNER's heart was on his sleeve, he says. "I decided not to play the waiting game, but to let her know I was interested." Several weeks later, he e-mailed, "Exclusive?" and their lives meshed.
In a June, 2005, visit to the Netherlands, Mr. TURNER explored the scene of her first eight years, and when they moved on to Scotland she mixed with his relatives, observing where he had passed summers as a child.
"There was a lot of pressure on that trip for my getting engaged, from both families, but I wasn't about to let anyone tell me when to do it," chuckles Mr. TURNER, now 34, an office manager for consulting engineers Charles G. Turner and Associates. At the time, he envisioned a proposal at the upcoming September Dragon Boat Festival.
There, he was unable to row with his new teammate Ms. DE WITT because of a separated shoulder from a flag-football injury. Yet on the pretext of celebrating their anniversary, they heli-toured the cityscape, and looped the SkyDome to the cheers of Blue Jays fans. Their eight-minute whirl winding down, he pulled a ring box from his sling, and using headphones from the prepped pilot, made an unadorned proposal over the rotor's din.
An ecstatic Ms. DE WITT had the conundrum of dividing attention between her dazzling ring and the dizzying view. "I felt, 'How many times is anyone in a helicopter?' and Graeme was paying, but I didn't want to stop staring at my ring."
Friends, family and teammates who were let in on the secret cheered, and applauded their landing before trundling off for a lakeside champagne picnic.
Dutch tulips set the scene at Casa Loma on May 12, as the wedding party, the bridegroom and his groomsmen in kilts were piped before Rev. Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON. Former professional ballroom dancers, "my parents can still cut a rug," Mr. TURNER says, and he and the new Mrs. TURNER twirled in their own celebratory dance at the reception that followed.

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WETSTEIN / WATSON -- Esther TURNER joyfully announces the engagement of her daughter, Lindsay WETSTEIN, to Douglas WATSON, son of Ed and Barb WATSON. Delighted sisters are Keri WETSTEIN and Lindsay WATSON. Proud grandparents are Bubba Jenny TREIBITSCH, grandma Marg and Wallace LUCAS. Lovingly remembered at this time are Zeida Al TREIBITSCH, grandparents Douglas WATSON and Bill and Jean CAMPBELL.

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TUROW, Pat (MORTON) and Joe - Happy 25th Anniversary
December 28, 1979 - 2004
An Open House will take place at East London Anglican Ministres. 2060 Dundas St. East., London from 2: 00-4:00 p.m. Best wishes only.

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TUROW, Pat (MORTON) and Joe - Happy 25th Anniversary
December 28, 1979 - 2004
An Open House will take place at East London Anglican Ministres. 2060 Dundas St. East., London On January 2, 2005 from 2: 00-4:00 p.m.
Best wishes only.

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MacKAY / TURPIN -- Forthcoming Marriage
Laurence and Mary MacKAY along with Richard and Bernadette TURPIN are excited to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Erin Jeannie MacKAY and Jeremy Walter TURPIN. The wedding will take place in June 2008 at the MacKAY residence.

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BOLTON / TUSTIN -- Forthcoming Marriage
It is with great pleasure that Connie BOLTON, daughter of Fred BOLTON and the late Janice BOLTON, and Derek TUSTIN, the son of Vera CHURCH and step-son to Robert CHURCH announce their forthcoming marrige on Saturday, October 28, 2006 in Claremont. May they have a lifetime of happiness together.

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