MOCARSKI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-12-28 published
HUBBS / BARWELL
Proud Parents Brent and Jean are delighted to announce the arrival of Matthew Brent Hubbs, born December 22, 2005 in Toronto, Ontario, weighing 8 lbs, 5 oz. Thrilled grandparents are Robert and Sally HUBBS of Toronto, Ontario; Fred and Maxine BARWELL of St. Catharines, Ontario; and great-grandmother Phyllis ROBERTS of St. Catharines, Ontario. Matthew is welcomed by Aunt Nancy and Uncle Fred, Aunt Tanya and cousin Joshua. Special thanks to the staff at St. Michael's Hospital, especially Emma HEIKOOP, R.N.; Dr. Eva MOCARSKI; and Dr. Sari KIVES.

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MOCARSKI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-12-30 published
MORIN, Stafford Kerr and Staunton James
Joe, Rebecca (STAUNTON,) and big sister Fiona are thrilled to announce the birth of Stafford Kerr and Staunton James MORIN born December 18, 2006 at Saint Michael's hospital, Toronto. Proud grandparents are Belinda MORIN of Toronto and Ted and Jane STAUNTON of Aurora. Our heartfelt gratitude to Doctors MOCARSKI and BAROZZINO and all staff at the Saint Michael's hospital nursery.

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MOCARSKI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-06-04 published
DICKSON/DIXON / MORGULIS -- Carole, Peter, Kiera and Hannah are delighted to announce the birth of Abigail Rae Dickson MORGULIS on June 2, 2003 at St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto. Abby is proudly welcomed by her grandparents Ike and Diana MORGULIS, Doug and Carol DICKSON/DIXON and Barbara BLIGHT. Special thanks to Dr. Eva MOCARSKI and Dr. William SANTO.

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MOCARSKI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-12-19 published
REES, Jonathan David -- Steve and Linda proudly announce the early arrival of Jonathan David on Friday, December 12, 2003 at 4: 42 p.m. weighing 7 pounds Big brother Brynley and big sister Kate are thrilled with their baby brother as are grandparents for the eighth time David and Margaret REES for the sixth time David SHAW and great grandfather for the seventh time George SHAW. A heartfelt thank you to our favourite Doctor Eva MOCARSKI and her fantastic team at St. Michael's Hospital.

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MOCCIO b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-11-05 published
MOCCIO, Elle Sophie
Play the music! Stephan and Hilary-Kristen are over the moon with the birth of their beautiful baby girl Elle Sophie MOCCIO on October 7, 2005. She is welcomed by euphoric grandparents Cindy, and Hal who watches over her from the heavens, Claire & Ronald, Len and Kathy. Charmed great grandparents Aimé, Gene and Marjorie. Excited aunts and uncle, Sarah, Lori and Eric. Bienvenue au monde notre Bijou - la vie est belle avec Elle! We love you Elle - Mum and Papa!

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MOCCONNACHIE b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-06-11 published
McCONNACHIE, Holden Hunter -- Holden Hunter MOCCONNACHIE born May 24th, 2003 at 3: 47pm, weighing 8lbs 5oz. Proud parents David and Charlotte, proud brother and sister Averee and Darryan and grandparents Carole and Dave welcome the new edition.

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MOCKLER b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-30 published
MOCKLER, Thomas Graeme
Dennis and Jennifer (McRAE) are happy to announce the birth of their son Thomas Graeme, born on August 16, 2003, weighing 6 lbs. 7 ozs. at Women's College, Toronto. He is the grand_son to Mary Lou and Graeme McRAE and the late Jacqueline and Terrence MOCKLER.

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MOCZULSKI b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-23 published
COOMBS, Anderson Brady
Jay and Tammy (MOCZULSKI) are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of Nicholas's baby brother, Anderson Brady on August 14th at 6: 47 a.m., weighing in at 7 pounds 9 oz. and 20 in. long. Proud grandparents are Brenda and Elwin, and Ron and Barb.

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MODI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-01-03 published
COLE / MASON
James and Jamie are thrilled to announce the arrival of their third child, Robin Frances Cole, born December 24, 2004 at 11: 27 a.m. weighing 7 pounds, 15 ounces. A sister for Michael and Devon, Robin is also welcomed by her grandparents, Bernice GARRETT of Victoria, Ed and Lorraine MASON of Sundre, Alberta, Jim COLE and Toby LEVINSON of Toronto and by her many aunts, uncles and cousins. Our thanks to Dr. MODI and the staff of Toronto's Mt. Sinai Hospital.

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MODI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-01-15 published
GALLAGHER / CROMHOUT
John and Natalie are delighted to announce the birth of their daughter, Lara Helen, on December 25, 2004 at 7: 28 a.m. weighing 8lb 4oz. First grandchild to Anthony and Judith CROMHOUT of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa and Peggy GALLAGHER of Ballina, Co. Mayo, Ireland. Special thanks to Dr. Monica MODI and staff at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Toronto.

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MODI b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-08-24 published
LAMONT, Jack Michael John -- Colleen and Jeffery are elated to announce the birth of their first child Jack Michael John, who entered the world on August 14/03 at 5: 21 a.m., weighing in at 9 pounds The day that the lights went out the lives of many were brightened with Jack's arrival. Canine big brother Oscar is very excited by the new arrival and offers many doggy kisses. Proud first time grandparents are Sheila and John O'FLAHERTY and Sandra and Raymond LAMONT; loving great-grandparents Catherine and John O'FLAHERTY and Christine MURPHY; and uncles Kevin O'FLAHERTY and Steven LAMONT are all very excited with the new arrival. We would like to give a very special thank you to Dr. Monica MODI and the wonderful team of doctors and nurses in Labour and Delivery and in Intensive Care Unit at Mt. Sinai Hospital.

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MOERMAN b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-01-27 published
MOERMAN (KAPTEYN)
With great joy and thanksgiving to God, Steven and Sarah announce the safe arrival of Jaden (God has heard) Michael Nathan at 11: 55 a.m., January 22, 2003, weighing 7lbs 8ozs. Proud grandparents are John and Eileen MOERMAN and John and Margaret KAPTEYN. Special thanks to Dr. ANNEN and staff at St. Joseph's Hospital.

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MOFFAT b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-04 published
ROMANSKY, Shaw Grainger
Shaw was born January 13, 2006 - handsome son of Kyle and Maureen ROMANSKY of Toronto, nephew of Auntie Rayna ROMANSKY and Tante Megan LANGLEY, grand_son of Wendy and Dick MOFFAT, Fred and Johanna GRAINGER, Ted ROMANSKY and great grand_son of Marjorie (SHAW) WILLAN, Peter ROMANSKY, and Maureen GRAINGER.

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MOFFAT b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-15 published
MOFFAT, David - 100th Birthday Celebration
David L. MOFFAT will soon reach the historic century mark in a remarkable lifetime. Friends, neighbours, former students and colleagues are invited to a reception to celebrate this achievement, to share good fellowship and fond memories. Please join us at the Mocha Shrine Centre, 468 Colborne Street, on Sat., July 22, 2006 from 2-4 p.m. to Celebrate the Century! Best wishes only, please.

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MOFFAT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-09-17 published
MOFFAT, Harrison Lloyd
Jack and Tessa MOFFAT are excited to welcome little brother Harrison Lloyd MOFFAT to the family! Harry was born September 6th, 2005 at 8: 47 p.m., weighing in at 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Proud parents Louisa HUBAND and Craig MOFFAT are ecstatic. Grandparents Ann and Michael HUBAND of Montreal, Randy MOFFAT and Laurie STOVEL of Winnipeg, and Lynda MCINNES/MCINNIS of Vancouver. Many thanks to Dr. Tara MacLEOD and the exceptional staff at Toronto East General Hospital for the outstanding treatment and helping make it such a wonderful experience.

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MOFFAT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-09-24 published
MOFFAT / MIKLAS
Janet and Stephen are blessed with the safe and healthy arrival of their daughter and son, Elizabeth Anne and Ryan Christopher. Born on Monday, September 12, 2005, both weighed 6 pounds 14 oz. Excited brothers are Jake and James. Proud grandparents are Dusty and Anne MIKLAS of Toronto and John and Dolores MOFFAT of Cambridge. A very special thank you to our dear friend Dr. Michael VIRRO and his wonderful staff at Markham Stouffville Health Centre.

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MOFFAT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-22 published
MOFFAT / JOHANSSON
Mary and Bengt are thrilled to announce the joyful arrival of Magnus Donald Gustav, born November 23, 2007 weighing a robust 9 lbs, 9 oz. Lovingly welcomed by siblings Anders and Linnea and family in Canada and Sweden. Special thanks to Elizabeth, Janice and Shawn.

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MOFFAT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-04 published
It's A Boy! BULLOCK/ MOFFAT -- Mark and Larissa are thrilled to announce the birth of their son, Joshua David James BULLOCK, born December 21, 2002 weighing 8 pounds , 3 ozs. at Women's College Hospital. Proud grandparents are Lynne and Jim BULLOCK and Lila MOFFAT and great grandmother Dorothy AITCHISON. Missed at this time is grandfather David MOFFAT. A special thank you to Dr. DAVIS and Dr. JACKSON as well as nurses Donna and Sandra.

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MOFFATT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-18 published
MARSHALL, Hope Elizabeth
Jeff and Andrea MARSHALL are delighted to announce the birth of their precious daughter, Hope Elizabeth, on March 6, 2006. Hope was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, weighing 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Welcoming Hope into this world are her Grandparents Ruth FRAYNE (Grandpa John is smiling proudly from Heaven) of Ottawa and Robert and Sharon MARSHALL of Camlachie. Hope looks forward to meeting her Great Grandmother Merlene MOFFATT, Uncle Peter, Aunt Angela and Uncle Neil, cousins Olivia, Madeline and Matthew along with many Great Uncles and Aunts. Hope's four-legged sister DaisyMay is ecstatic about Hope's arrival. Many thanks to Doctor Gian Urbani and the incredible staff at the Battleford's Union Hospital for their help with Hope's safe arrival and wonderful care.

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MOFFATT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-21 published
MARSHALL, Hope Elizabeth
Jeff and Andrea MARSHALL are delighted to announce the birth of their precious daughter, Hope Elizabeth, on March 6, 2006. Hope was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, weighing 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Welcoming Hope into this world are her Grandparents Ruth FRAYNE (Grandpa John is smiling proudly from Heaven) of Ottawa and Robert and Sharon MARSHALL of Camlachie. Hope looks forward to meeting her Great-Grandmother Merlene MOFFATT, Uncle Peter, Aunt Angela and Uncle Neil, cousins Olivia, Madeline and Matthew along with many Great Uncles and Aunts. Hope's four-legged sister DaisyMay is ecstatic about Hope's arrival. Many thanks to Doctor Gian Urbani and the incredible staff at the Battleford's Union Hospital for their help with Hope's safe arrival and wonderful care.

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MOFFETT b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-24 published
TRACY, Nolan Jack
Brenna and John TRACY are ecstatic to announce the smooth arrival of their first son, Nolan Jack, at 2: 35 a.m., Sunday, November 18, 2007, at Toronto General Hospital. Proud grandparents are Jane Moffett FINN, Illinois; Craig SMITH, Toronto; and Sharon and Edwin TRACY, Woodville, Ontario. Great-grandmother Jean Waddington MOFFETT is delighted.

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MOFFITT b@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-06-11 published
FERGUSON, Trent David and Emily Lyn
Glen and Sherri-Lynn Ferguson (née MOFFITT) are proud to announce the safe arrival of their twins, Trent David, weighing 5 pounds 12 oz. and Emily Lyn, weighing 6 pounds 1 oz., born May 22, 2008. Spoiling priviledges go to their grandparents Deanna AVISON, Pete BLACK, Wayne and Cheryl MOFFITT and Jean FERGUSON. Special thanks to Doctor UMEH, Doctor MURPHY and the nurses at Headwaters Health Care Centre for their care.
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MOGDAN b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-24 published
MOGDAN, Adamo Nunzio -- HATCH:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Page M6
April 30, the last day for filing income tax returns, is a banner day for frazzled accountants who can at last savour a respite. For Rita MOGDAN, 35, a tax manager at KPMG, and husband Steve, 41, a tax consultant, that day was particularly euphoric: Seven pound, 13 ounce Adamo Nunzio MOGDAN stalled his arrival at Etobicoke General Hospital until then -- "allowing us to get all of our clients' tax returns filed," says his mother, laughing.
After the birth of their first child, Elisa MOGDAN, who is now 4, the couple were disheartened to learn that, as a result of postpartum complications, a second pregnancy was unlikely. They contemplated adoption until obstetrician and fertility specialist Essam MICHAEL diagnosed Mrs. MOGDAN with Asherman's syndrome, which he thought he could treat.
"But even after surgery, there was still no guarantee I'd conceive," she says. "All children are miracles, but Adamo was our special gift."

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MOGGY b@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-01-10 published
Welcome To
Cassie Louann MOGGY
Corey is pleased to announce the arrival of his baby sister Cassie Louann, born on December 28 at the Manitoulin Health Centre, weighing 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Proud parents are James and Angie. A new grandchild for Bill and Jennifer ORFORD and Caryl and Barb MOGGY. Great grandchild for Neil and Jean MONTGOMERY and Les and Darlene ORFORD. Special thanks to Dr. Rogan for all the care and to the nurses and staff at the Manitoulin Health Centre. Also thank-you to Auntie Marsha for all her support.

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MOGGY b@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-02-19 published
GIBBONS Michael William James
Shawn GIBBONS and Amanda ORFORD are pleased to announce the arrival of their baby boy, Michael William James on February 9th, weighing 8 lbs 9 oz, 20.5 inches long. Another goalie in the family. Proud grandparents are Mike and Brenda GIBBONS and Bill and Jennifer Orford. Proud great-grandparents Ann DUXBURY, Leona REID, Jean MONTGOMERY and Les and Darlene ORFORD. A new cousin for Corey and Cassie MOGGY.

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MOGGY b@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-12-03 published
Jaoimi Faith MOGGY
Hi Everyone. I just wanted to let you all know that I have arrived. I came a bit early but Mom and I are doing great. My name is Jaomi Faith MOGGY. I was born on November 24 at 11: 07. I was only 3 lbs, 6.5 ounces. My Mom and Dad, Paula and Craig, just can't stop smiling. My Auntie Karen and Uncle Jay have lots of plans to spoil me. My Grandma and Papa, Judy and Lyman, are so proud to be grandparents finally. I live in London but plan on spending lots of time on the Manitoulin when I get bigger.

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MOGGY b@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2004-07-07 published
Elliot COLLIN MOGGY
On Saturday, June 19, 2004 at approximately 2: 02 pm the lives of Darren and Cory have been changed forever. After a long journey to make it into this world, Elliot COLLIN MOGGY was finally here. He weighed 7 pounds 7 oz. and was 21 inches long.
First time Grandparents are Gloria and Adelard COLLIN of Nairn Centre, and Nancy and Grant MOGGY of Manitowaning. Aunties for the first time are Chris, Kim and Clarissa. Elliot is also the first Great-Grandchild of Reg and Noreen LEESON of South Baymouth.

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MOGGY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-21 published
LEA -- Rick and Judy are excited to announce the arrival of their son Malcolm Wilson LEA born at 1: 20 a.m., January 17, 2003 at the Trillium Health Centre. Young Malcolm weighed in at a robust 9 pounds 4 ozs. Mom and baby doing well. Welcomed with lots of love by grandparents Donna EBERLIN and Wayne GILES, Brenda and Bob LEA, John and Linda EBERLIN and grandpa Rick WILSON. Special love sent by all his great grandparents, aunts Meagan and Emily, aunt Ange, uncle Cory, cousin MacKenzie and godparents Cathy BIDWELL and Chris MOGGY.

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MOHAMMADY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-04-08 published
JONSSON / SWARTZ
Jon and Tami joyfully announce the birth of Adam Haviv Jonsson on March 20, 2006 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Proud grandparents are Sorena and Seymour SWARTZ and Maggie JONSSON of Nairobi, Kenya. Doting aunt and uncle are Jen and Jordan. Very special thanks for their dedication to Doctor Yoel ABELLS, doula Doctor Sharon DOMB, Dr. Anne BIRINGER and Doctor Maryamm MOHAMMADY.

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MOHAMMED b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-05 published
MOHAMMED / COUTO -- Kurt, Jennifer and brother Trysten are pleased to announce the birth of Jaida Olivia, on Monday, September 1, 2003, at 5: 38 p.m., weighing 7 pounds 3 ozs. Proud grandparents are Barbara and Megs MOHAMMED, Ines and Antonio COUTO. Love goes out to aunts, uncles and cousins for their support. Special thanks to staff at Markham-Stouffville Hospital.

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MOHAMMED b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-05 published
MOHAMMED / COUTO -- Kurt, Jennifer and brother Trysten are pleased to announce the birth of Jaida Olivia, on Monday, September 1, 2003, at 5: 38 p.m., weighing 7 pounds 3 ozs. Proud grandparents are Barbara and Megs MOHAMMED, Ines and Antonio COUTO. Love goes out to aunts, uncles and cousins for their support. Special thanks to staff at Markham-Stouffville Hospital.

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MOHR b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-04-12 published
It's A Boy!! FORTE / MOHR -- Al, Sandra and big sister Elisanna are thrilled to finally announce the birth of Damian Joseph, born March 31, 2003 and weighing in at a healthy 10 pounds 6oz. Damian is welcomed with love by Nonni Guiseppe and Anna FORTE, Opa Gerhard MOHR and wife, Florence FAVA and the rest of the FORTE and MOHR extended families. Deeply missed and remembered at this time is Oma Elizabeth MOHR. Special thanks to the Labour and Delivery staff at the Credit Valley Hospital.

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MOHSSENZADEH b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-05-28 published
VASILKIOTI / MOHSSENZADEH
Bronwyn and Vaheed celebrate the birth in New Westminster, British Columbia of their beautiful healthy baby girl, Yasmeen Marriam, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces, on 17 May 2005, sister to big brother, Joseph. Overjoyed grandparents in Toronto are Frank and Marilyn VASILKIOTI, and Zarrin Dokht SADEGHIE and Asgar MOHSSENZADEH of Shiraz, Iran.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-03-08 published
Happy Birthday Elizabeth (Bessie) MOIR
Come and celebrate Elizabeth's 90th Birthday, March 15 in the lounge at 85 Walnut St. from 2 to 4 pm. Best wishes only please.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-09 published
BANCROFT, Ethan Micheal Jonathan
Dave and Michelle BANCROFT are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child, Ethan Micheal Jonathan, on August 1 at 4: 31 a.m. He weighed 7 pounds 10 ozs. Proud grandparents are John and Claudette MOIR and Michael and Joan BANCROFT. Great-grandparents are Jack and Marie MOIR. Spoiling privileges also go to aunts and uncles Nicole and Bill and Ryan and Catherine. Special thanks to the caring staff at St. Joseph's Health Care Centre, including Dr. GRATTON, Dr. NATALE, Dr. GAGNON, Dr. PENAVA and the endocrine team.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-16 published
BANCROFT, Ethan Michael Jonathon
Dave and Michelle are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child, Ethan Michael Jonathon, on August 1 at 4: 31 a.m. He weighed 7 pounds 10 ozs. Proud grandparents are John and Claudette MOIR and Michael and Joan BANCROFT. Great-grandparents are Jack and Marie MOIR. Spoiling privileges also go to aunts and uncles Nicole and Bill and Ryan and Catherine. Special thanks to the caring staff at St. Joseph's Health Care Centre, including Dr. GRATTON, Dr. NATALE, Dr. GAGNON, Dr. PENAVA and the endocrine team.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-23 published
MOIR, Christian Duncan
Chris and Heather (née DUNCAN) are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Christian Duncan at 6: 39 p.m. on August 5, 2003. A brother for Alexandra and Victoria. Proud grandparents are Terry and Carol MOIR and Cliff and Maureen DUNCAN both from London. Spoiling privileges go to all family and Friends. Special thanks to Dr. ROBINS, Liz and Sandy R.N.'s and the nursing staff at the London Health Sciences Centre.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-11-22 published
LADE, Mary Lauren
Mark and Helen (née MOIR) and brothers Matthew and Jeffrey would like to announce the quick and safe arrival of Mary Lauren, born on October 24, 2003, weighing 8 pounds 11 ozs. Proud grandparents are Patrick MOIR of Ilderton and Mark and Gaye LADE of London great-grandparents Muriel FREEMAN of London and Mark and Audrey LADE of Hamilton. Special thanks to the Emergency and 3rd Floor Staff at St. Joseph's.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-12-13 published
MOIR, Johnny is 60
Happy Birthday
Love Marg and Family

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-08 published
MOIR, Jack - Happy 80th Birthday
The family of Jack MOIR wishes to invite Friends and relatives to an open house to celebrate Jack's 80th Birthday on Sunday, Oct.16th from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Bryanston Community Centre. Best wishes only please.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-15 published
MOIR, Jack - Happy 80th Birthday
The family of Jack Moir wishes to invite Friends and relatives to an open house to celebrate Jack's 80th Birthday on Sunday, Oct.16th from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Bryanston Community Centre. Best wishes only please.

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MOIR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-16 published
MOIR, Patrick - Happy 80th Birthday
Family, Friends and neighbours are invited to join us as we celebrate Dad's 80th Birthday. Open House at the Bryanston Community Centre, Tues., December 26th, 2006, 1: 00-4:00 p.m. Best wishes only.

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MOL b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-03 published
GROVER, Jacob Patrick
Josh and Elissa (MOL) welcome with love the safe arrival of their precious son, Jacob Patrick, on Monday, June 27th, 2005, weighing 8 pounds 12 ozs. Proud grandparents are Ken and Tina MOL and John and Sandy GROVER. Special thanks to Dr. USHER and the Staff and London Health Sciences Centre.

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MOL b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-10 published
GROVER, Jacob Patrick
Josh and Elissa (née MOL) welcome with love the safe arrival of their precious son, Jacob Patrick, on Monday, June 27th, 2005, weighing 8 pounds 12 ozs. Proud grandparents are Ken and Tina MOL and John and Sandy GROVER. Special thanks to Dr. USHER and all the Staff at London Health Sciences Centre.

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MOLAND b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-11-29 published
It's A Girl!
BENDER / SCHNARR
Todd and Celina are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of their first child. Beautiful daughter, Amelia Grace, was born at 11: 34 a.m. October 21, 2002, weighing 7 pounds 7oz. Amelia has been welcomed by many Friends and family. Especially excited are first time grandparents John and Jan BENDER and Bob and Cora SCHNARR. A special thank you to mid-wives Amy MOLAND- OSBORNE and Maureen McCLELLAND.

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MOLAND b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-01-18 published
DREW (HAMMOND)
David and Bronwyn, along with big brother Kieran, are thrilled to announce the birth of Ronan David Marshall on January 12, 2003 at 1: 53 a.m., weighing in at 8 pounds 9 ozs. Proud grandparents are Dan and Jill HAMMOND, both of London, and Clarice DREW of Yarker, Ontario. Special thanks to Amy MOLAND- OSBORNE, Janet CLARK and the rest of the Thames Valley Midwives.

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MOLES b@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2007-07-13 published
Batteaux woman turns 100 years old
By Michael GENNINGS, Page 5
There is a triple-digit birthday girl in Clearview Township.
Mary MOLES of Batteaux turns 100 years old on Sunday.
The local woman, who now lives with her daughter Ellen and son-in-law Norman, talked about her first century during an interview last Thursday.
For starters, MOLES said she doesn't exactly know how she got to be 100.
"I'm really not sure to be honest. I guess you just have to live one day at a time," she said.
And MOLES - still quite spry - added she doesn't view her 100th birthday as a big deal really, even if others do.
"Really it's just another day to me," she said.
MOLES was born in Nottawa, to Ida and Joseph CHASE. At the time the family lived in a two-storey, clapboard house on Cty. Rd. 124, across from where Smart's Storage is now located. The home no longer stands.
Her father operated a mill and later a farm - where the Chase family lived - on the south side of Batteaux Sideroad.
MOLES was the youngest growing up. She had three older sisters and an older brother.
She noted that longevity is somewhat of a family trait. Her dad died in his 89th year, her mother in her 90th year and her sister in her 101st year.
"So I guess from that you can see it's kind of in the genes," she said, chuckling.
Growing up, MOLES attended the old Nottawa Elementary School and Collingwood Collegiate Institute, which was located at the corner of Hume and Hurontairo Streets in Collingwood.
After finishing Grade 13, MOLES said she went to Toronto Normal School for one year in order to become a teacher.
"I always liked children and at that time there weren't a lot of opportunities for the females," MOLES explained, when asked to elaborate why she chose to become a teacher.
Her first job was at a one-room, yellow brick schoolhouse in Bruce Township. Officially the school was known as School Section 9.
"But after two years my parents, who were getting older, wanted me back at home so I came back to the Batteaux," she said.
MOLES would then get a job at S.S. 20 Nottawasaga - the decommissioned school that is located directly across from where she now lives on Nottawasaga Concession 6.
"I started there in September 1929. I guess there were about 20 to 30 students," she remembered.
Class ran from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. Most of the students lived on farms and walked to and from the red brick school each day.
For MOLES the days were long and busy. She taught Grade 1 to 8 students math, reading, history, geography and so forth.
"Often at nights I'd be marking papers or getting ready for the next day. There were no secretaries to help out back then," she said.
And did MOLES ever find need for the strap, when students got out of line?
"Occasionally - but not very often," she said, laughing at the question.
After three years at S.S. 20, MOLES moved to a school in Kirkville - a tiny community west of Collingwood. She taught in the one-room school for seven years and then transferred closer to home - to Nottawa Elementary School.
In 1941 she married her husband - Ross MOLES, a farmer. The two met when she was teaching in Batteaux. They made a home at the farm her parents had moved to on the Batteaux Sideroad and later built the house that she lives in today.
MOLES said she left teaching in 1942 to start a family - going on to have her daughters Ellen (Klinck) and Lenore (Presley).
But after 10 years it was time to get back into the classroom, she said. Her posting was S.S. 13, also located on Nottawasaga Concession 6.
"So much had changed though when I went back," she noted. "The school system was different, the books were different, and the administration was different. For the first little while I just stumbled through."
MOLES eventually found her footing though and went on to spend seven years at the school, until it was closed.
"She really was a wonderful teacher," recalled 60-year-old Donna ROBINSON of Stayner. "She was a very helpful teacher, she always had control of her classroom, Grades 1 through 8 - I never had any complaints about her."
After leaving S.S. 13, MOLES went to Baywood School on Fairgrounds Road. The building is now home to the Manito Shrine Club.
"I was there until retiring in 1968," she said.
In total, MOLES said she taught for 32 years. Her career, she added, was very satisfying.
And because she's stayed in the area, MOLES has been able to keep in touch with some of her students.
"Unfortunately so many of the older ones are dropping off now. They are in their 70s," she said.
"Just recently though I got a nice thrill. A little girl I taught years ago - she is 76 now - sent me a birthday card and a nice letter."
In her retirement years - her husband died in 1980 - MOLES said she has been able to enjoy reading, television and putting together history books for the different schools where she taught. She's also put together family history books.
Today she can't read much due to bad eyesight but MOLES said she does enjoy playing solitaire.
"I don't always win though," she quipped.
Another favourite card game is cribbage. MOLES plays with another retired teacher who comes to visit about every six weeks.
She worships at the Anglican Christ Church in Batteaux as well.
Getting older though means making periodic changes and MOLES said at 85 she had to give up her driver's licence. And today she doesn't get out much either.
"I don't like to go out often. I have excellent health really - but my big complaint is my eyes and my ears… they aren't good and that makes it difficult for me in crowds," she explained.
Looking back on her life, MOLES acknowledged she's seen a lot of changes. She lived through the First World War, The Great Depression, the Second World War, the Cold War, and the societal changes of the 1960s and 1970s.
"I can remember my first car ride," she pointed out, when asked about all the different things she's done. "I was nine years old. There were two people in Nottawa who had a car: Bill COPELAND and George CONN. Bill took me for a ride. I don't know what make it was and I don't know where all we went. It wasn't far though."
Friends and family can take a car ride of their own on Sun., July 15 - stopping at Christ Church cottage in Batteaux, where a birthday come and go tea will be held in honour of MOLES. The social runs from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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MOLES b@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-07-11 published
Mrs. MOLES celebrates a century!
By Michael GENNINGS, Page 1
There is a triple-digit birthday girl in Clearview Township.
Mary MOLES of Batteaux turns 100 years old on Sunday.
The local woman, who now lives with her daughter Ellen and son-in-law Norman, talked about her first century during an interview last Thursday.
For starters, MOLES said she doesn't exactly know how she got to be 100.
"I'm really not sure to be honest. I guess you just have to live one day at a time," she said.
And MOLES - still quite spry - added she doesn't view her 100th birthday as a big deal really, even if others do.
"Really it's just another day to me," she said.
MOLES was born in Nottawa, to Ida and Joseph CHASE. At the time the family lived in a two-storey, clapboard house on Cty. Rd. 124, across from where Smart's Storage is now located. The home no longer stands.
Her father operated a mill and later a farm - where the Chase family lived - on the south side of Batteaux Sideroad.
MOLES was the youngest growing up. She had three older sisters and an older brother.
She noted that longevity is somewhat of a family trait. Her dad died in his 89th year, her mother in her 90th year and her sister in her 101st year.
"So I guess from that you can see it's kind of in the genes," she said, chuckling.
Growing up, MOLES attended the old Nottawa Elementary School and Collingwood Collegiate Institute, which was located at the corner of Hume and Hurontairo Streets in Collingwood.
After finishing Grade 13, MOLES said she went to Toronto Normal School for one year in order to become a teacher.
"I always liked children and at that time there weren't a lot of opportunities for the females," MOLES explained, when asked to elaborate why she chose to become a teacher.
Her first job was at a one-room, yellow brick schoolhouse in Bruce Township. Officially the school was known as School Section (S.S.) 9.
"But after two years my parents, who were getting older, wanted me back at home so I came back to the Batteaux," she said.
MOLES would then get a job at S.S. 20 Nottawasaga - the decommissioned school that is located directly across from where she now lives on Nottawasaga Concession 6.
"I started there in September 1929. I guess there were about 20 to 30 students," she remembered.
Class ran from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. Most of the students lived on farms and walked to and from the red brick school each day.
For MOLES the days were long and busy. She taught Grade 1 to 8 students math, reading, history, geography and so forth.
"Often at nights I'd be marking papers or getting ready for the next day. There were no secretaries to help out back then," she said.
And did MOLES ever find need for the strap, when students got out of line?
"Occasionally - but not very often," she said, laughing at the question.
After three years at S.S. 20, MOLES moved to a school in Kirkville - a tiny community west of Collingwood. She taught in the one-room school for seven years and then transferred closer to home - to Nottawa Elementary School.
In 1941 she married her husband - Ross MOLES, a farmer. The two met when she was teaching in Batteaux. They made a home at the farm her parents had moved to on the Batteaux Sideroad and later built the house that she lives in today.
MOLES said she left teaching in 1942 to start a family - going on to have her daughters Ellen (KLINCK) and Lenore (PRESLEY.)
But after 10 years it was time to get back into the classroom, she said. Her posting was S.S. 13, also located on Nottawasaga Concession 6.
"So much had changed though when I went back," she noted. "The school system was different, the books were different, and the administration was different. For the first little while I just stumbled through."
MOLES eventually found her footing though and went on to spend seven years at the school, until it was closed.
"She really was a wonderful teacher," recalled 60-year-old Donna ROBINSON of Stayner. "She was a very helpful teacher, she always had control of her classroom, Grades 1 through 8 - I never had any complaints about her."
After leaving S.S. 13, MOLES went to Baywood School on Fairgrounds Road. The building is now home to the Manito Shrine Club.
"I was there until retiring in 1968," she said.
In total, MOLES said she taught for 32 years. Her career, she added, was very satisfying.
And because she's stayed in the area, MOLES has been able to keep in touch with some of her students.
"Unfortunately so many of the older ones are dropping off now. They are in their 70s," she said.
"Just recently though I got a nice thrill. A little girl I taught years ago - she is 76 now - sent me a birthday card and a nice letter."
In her retirement years - her husband died in 1980 - MOLES said she has been able to enjoy reading, television and putting together history books for the different schools where she taught. She's also put together family history books.
Today she can't read much due to bad eyesight but MOLES said she does enjoy playing solitaire.
"I don't always win though," she quipped.
Another favourite card game is cribbage. MOLES plays with another retired teacher who comes to visit about every six weeks.
She worships at the Anglican Christ Church in Batteaux as well.
Getting older though means making periodic changes and MOLES said at 85 she had to give up her driver's licence. And today she doesn't get out much either.
"I don't like to go out often. I have excellent health really - but my big complaint is my eyes and my ears…they aren't good and that makes it difficult for me in crowds," she explained.
Looking back on her life, MOLES acknowledged she's seen a lot of changes. She lived through the First World War, The Great Depression, the Second World War, the Cold War, and the societal changes of the 1960s and 1970s.
"I can remember my first car ride," she pointed out, when asked about all the different things she's done. "I was nine years old. There were two people in Nottawa who had a car: Bill COPELAND and George CONN. Bill took me for a ride. I don't know what make it was and I don't know where all we went. It wasn't far though."
Friends and family can take a car ride of their own on Sun., July 15 - stopping at Christ Church cottage in Batteaux, where a birthday come and go tea will be held in honour of MOLES. The social runs from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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MOLL b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-22 published
MOLL, Stephen Joseph and Alexa Valerie
It is with tremendous joy to announce the arrival of Stephen Joseph and Alexa Valerie on Monday, December 17th. Proud family members include their mother, Annette MOLL, grandparents, William and Rachel, Uncle Marc and Aunt Michelle, Uncle Len and cousins, Amanda and Melissa. Gratitude to Doctor J. BARRETT and Doctor R. NITSCH and the exceptional nursing staff of Women's College Hospital, Dr. A. AUYEUNG and Doula, Jessica CHERNIAK.

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MOLLARD b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-03-15 published
MOLLARD, John Thomas
Martha and Andrew are thrilled to announce the early but safe arrival of their son John Thomas on Friday, March 11, 2005. Many thanks to the staff at Mount Sinai Hospital.

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MOLLICONE b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-04 published
GALLAGHER / MOLLICONE
Grandparents Ellen and Gerard GALLAGHER and Vicki MOLLICONE wish to announce the arrival of their first granddaughter, Mia Victoria born in Toronto, February 1st, 2006, weighing 7 pounds. Proud parents are Danielle and Rob. Uncle Darren, Uncle Ron, Aunt Tina and Uncle Carmine are also very excited. We know Grandpa Rinaldo is watching from Heaven.

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MOLLOY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-06 published
MOLLOY / BEHAN -- John and Fiona are proud to announce the birth of their son, Michael Thomas, on Friday August 29, 2003 at 2.32 p.m. weighing 8 pounds 3 ozs. Delighted sisters Neeve and Orla, grandparents Michael and Kathleen BEHAN of Dublin Ireland and Tom and Eileen MOLLOY of Toronto. Proud great grandparents Kathleen BEHAN and the late Michael BEHAN of Dublin. Many thanks to Dr. Janet CLARKE and Obstetrics staff at General Marine Hospital, Collingwood Ontario.

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MOLONEY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-14 published
SCIBERRAS -- Darrin, Deirdre (MOLONEY) and big sisters Natalie and Laura are overjoyed to announce the birth of Aidan Joseph, who made his slow entrance on Wednesday March 5th, 2003 at 2: 10 p.m., weighing 10 pounds 4 ozs. Nana Kathleen is delighted with her sixteenth grandchild #16! Nanna Marlene is excited with her first grand_son #1! Many thanks to the fantastic nurses at Centenary Health Centre for their patience and support.

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MOLONEY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-02-07 published
Baby born on Toronto Transit Commission platform
Most passersby milled about -- oblivious
By Amy BROWN- BOWERS and Isabel TEOTONIO, Staff Reporters with files from Paul MOLONEY
For Ana GICZEY, the scream was unmistakable. And when she looked across the crowded subway car and saw the pregnant woman standing, with feet wide apart, her suspicion was confirmed.
"I know that scream, I've had two babies and that means the baby is coming," said GICZEY, whose trek downtown during morning rush hour yesterday to do errands climaxed with her delivering a baby on a crowded subway platform.
As GICZEY prepared to spring into action, she was struck by the fact that most passengers milled about -- oblivious. She said no one listened to the woman or her husband, who pleaded with passengers to call 911.
"I saw this lady screaming, 'Ahhhh,' like in pain," GICZEY told the Toronto Star after delivering Mary Kim, a 6-pound, 4-ounce baby girl, on the southbound platform of Wellesley station -- thanks, in part, to the help of a brown shoelace.
Hui Cheon KIM and his wife, Sun Hee PAIK, had left their Scarborough home with their three young children and were heading to St. Michael's Hospital. The 37-year-old had been experiencing intense labour pains but wasn't expecting to give birth until today.
When the doors opened at GICZEY's destination, Wellesley station, at about 9: 20 a.m., the 41-year-old seamstress saw KIM pull PAIK onto the platform. PAIK collapsed next to the yellow line as her water broke. As she lay on the ground, her shaken husband held one hand and another female passenger held the other. Other passengers looked but didn't stop, GICZEY said.
"(PAIK) just stepped from the train, lay down on the floor and started screaming," said GICZEY, who grabbed the woman's two younger children, aged 2 and 8, and pushed them toward the wall as the train pulled away. The eldest daughter, 11, stayed by her mother's side.
"The Toronto Transit Commission guy making sure everyone gets off closed the (car) doors, he didn't stop and call 911," GICZEY said, adding that even though they were at the end of the platform, she was stunned that more people didn't offer to help and the trains continued running.
By that time, "half of the baby was already out," GICZEY said. At 9: 25 a.m., she pulled the newborn out, wrapped her in a blanket that one of the children was carrying and rested her on her mother's stomach.
In the meantime, the next train pulled into Wellesley station. Passengers got off and sidestepped the drama, but those on the train pushed the passenger assistance alarm.
GICZEY tried dialling 911 from her cellphone but there was no reception, so she ran to a nearby pay phone. The operator gave GICZEY instructions to tie the umbilical cord and suggested she use a shoelace.
Just then, a third train pulled into the station and GICZEY began pleading with passengers getting off for a shoelace. She stopped one man, explained the situation and he pulled the brown lace from his dress shoe. He handed KIM the lace and left, GICZEY recounted.
A woman who had gotten off that train wrapped the infant in her coat and tied the lace around the umbilical cord.
Trains weren't stopped because they didn't pose a danger to the woman or her baby said Marilyn BOLTON, a Toronto Transit Commission spokeswoman.
As paramedics arrived on the scene at about 9: 45 a.m., an announcement was made on incoming trains that service was slow because a woman had just given birth, said passenger Jim BURNETT, who works at city hall.
A second announcement came over the speakers that said, "Ladies and Gentlemen, she just had a baby girl," he recalled.
Jason BODNAR was the first paramedic to arrive.
"The lady who called 911 was happy to see us -- she was shaking," BODNAR said, adding GICZEY quietly slipped away when paramedics arrived.
The family was taken to St. Mike's, arriving at 10: 15 a.m.
"I'm good," PAIK said from her hospital bed yesterday afternoon. "There was so much pain, it was unbelievable, but now it's okay."
As the beaming mother gingerly stroked Mary, her other children looked on with relief.
"I felt so scared because my mom thought she was going to die," said 11-year-old Rebekah, still shaken from the ordeal. "I'm happy to see my baby sister."
GICZEY was also relieved to hear Mary was doing fine and was scheduled to be released from hospital yesterday afternoon with her mother.
The good Samaritan said she had no medical training and had never participated in a birth other than her own children. And the first thing she did after leaving Wellesley station? "I went into Starbucks and couldn't even order a coffee."

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