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WRAFTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-04 published
EBERLE / LEE
Wilson EBERLE and Jennifer LEE are happy to announce their engagement. Wilson is the son of Allan and Carol EBERLE of Windsor and Karen WRAFTER. Jennifer is the daughter of Linda LEE and Geoffrey LEE of Woodstock. The wedding will take place July 2nd at the Gananoque Inn, Gananoque.

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-29 published
WRIGHT, Wayne and Debbie - Happy 5th Anniversary
July 1st, 2000
Page 5

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-16 published
DUFILY / THOMAS
Larry and Bev DUFILY together with Eugena WRIGHT are delighted to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Rhea and Garth on October 11, 2003, Church of The Redeemer, 3: 00pm. Join us on August 23, 2003 for their Stag and Doe - South London Community Centre, 8pm.

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-01-08 published
JONGENEELEN / WRIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry JONGENEELEN are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Lori Lynn to Bill WRIGHT Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Bill WRIGHT.
With Love your Family and Friends.

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-16 published
WRIGHT, Rob and Del - 40th Wedding Anniversary
September 17, 2006
Love You Honey
Thank You for the Memories
Thank You for Julie and Kell
Thank You for Madison and Sydney
Thank You for being there Thank You for believing in Me
Wouldn't have missed it for the world. Rob

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-04-23 published
Amy WRIGHT and Wright STAINES -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, April 23, 2005, Page M4
The careers of choreographer Amy Elizabeth WRIGHT and lighting designer Wright Harold STAINES intersected on the yellow brick road in a production of The Wizard of Oz at the Grand Theatre in London, Ontario As in that tale, the captivated couple would soon fly over their rainbow, meet the wicked witch of bureaucratic delay and recognize they had the power to control their destiny.
But first, the tornado of fate had to throw them together.
Technically speaking, that happened in December, 2002, during the Wizard of Oz run, but the two didn't actually connect until later. They were too busy concentrating on the demands of their work, which has involved a variety of high-profile celebrities. She has worked with stars that range from Peter O'Toole and Jeremy Irons to Hilary Duff and Woody Harrelson. He has worked with some of the biggest names on Canadian stage.
The two didn't notice each other until April, 2003, during a production of The Music Man at the Grand, when they bumped into each other in the theatre's elevator. Sparks flew, but the pair tried to keep their mutual attraction quiet. Savvy members of the cast soon noticed their ardent glances, however, as Ms. WRIGHT cozied up to the lighting table.
"Wright was the first person to encourage me to share my feelings, and he's funny," she says. "He's the first guy I really trust and can be myself with 100 per cent, and he'll still love me at the end of the day. Even if I argue with Wright, it's still okay."
The beguiled Mr. STAINES calls her "bright and shiny like a penny, gregarious and vivacious."
By December, he proposed. Mr. STAINES had been married once before, and his divorce papers hadn't been finalized. But with career obligations forcing them to spend much time apart, he says he decided "to risk marriage again because I can't give her up, and if I didn't, somebody else would get her."
He was familiar with life on the move, working as a roadie doing lighting design for rock and roll bands before settling into a long-term position at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, and later in his current position as head of lighting design at the Grand Theatre. At 44, he now sticks close to London, while Ms. WRIGHT has a working life that's more peripatetic.
Now 33, she was inspired by a workshop at the University of Western Ontario and "followed her dream as a dancer," enrolling at the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts in Toronto. A part-time stint with Stephanie GARIN, casting director for such Toronto productions as Mamma Mia and Rent, led to a modest choreography assignment where her prodigious talent soon became apparent. In addition to many live-theatre productions, she has choreographed two dozen movie and television features, from 1999's Superstar to the coming The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio.
While working on the latter, she taught Woody Harrelson and Julianne Moore the foxtrot. "I ended up teaching Woody, his wife, and two girls how to tap dance at their house after the shoot," she says.
Their wedding was scheduled for August of 2004, but a stray marriage certificate put a glitch in Mr. STAINES's divorce proceedings and their plans appeared to be unravelling. "I was having a breakdown, saying, 'Oh my God, we can't get married,' Ms. WRIGHT says. "I was so upset, and devastated that I was going to call off the wedding."
Officiant Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON, however, proposed a solution: a commitment ceremony. The idea thrilled the couple. "We decided because we had come so far with our wedding plans we would go with it," Ms. WRIGHT says, "and if the paperwork arrived in time to do it legally, fine. If it didn't, we'd have the most important part, committing and saying we love each other."
The ceremony took place on August 23, an off-night Monday for their theatre colleagues, on a sunset cruise in Toronto Harbour aboard the chartered yacht Yankee Lady III. The onboard reception for 110 guests was a summery barbecue, enlivened with red and white gingham and lantern accents. Later, as the vessel headed to shore, a coincidental pyrotechnic display at the Canadian National Exhibition lit up the sky, heralding the occasion.
Almost six months later, the tardy divorce papers finally in hand, the couple staged the legally prescribed finale on Valentine's Day, exactly 35 years after the bride's parents were wed, in a Rosedale home. The principals, minister, vows and wedding dress were a repeat performance. Graham COFFING, who appeared in the musical Bat Boy, stood for the bride, and Jenny KENT witnessed for her brother, the bridegroom. "Who gets to wear their wedding dress twice?" enthuses the bride, delighted with her new name, Mrs. Wright STAINES. " Two Wrights are too confusing."
As for others who find themselves on a tortuous path of marital red tape, the bridegroom has this advice: "Don't wait for love. If it's important to you, just have a commitment ceremony, and finish the legalities later."

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-22 published
ENGLISH/ FERGUSON Ron and Alanna ENGLISH and Jill WRIGHT are thrilled to announce and celebrate the engagement of their children Cheryl ENGLISH to Scott FERGUSON. Wedding to take place October 18, 2003. Siblings, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Friends and "Abbey" are looking forward to sharing their special day.

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WRIGHT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-23 published
ENGLISH/ FERGUSON Ron and Alanna ENGLISH and Jill WRIGHT are thrilled to announce and celebrate the engagement of their children Cheryl ENGLISH to Scott FERGUSON. Wedding to take place October 18, 2003. Siblings, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Friends and "Abbey" are looking forward to sharing their special day.

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