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GATT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-01-08 published
WESTGARTH / GATT
Gary and Deanne WESTGARTH are proud to announce the fothcoming marriage of their daughter, Michelle to Jeff GATT, son of Ray and Kathy GATT.
The wedding will take place August 27, 2005 at the Elmhurst Inn, Ingersoll

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GEDIES m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-18 published
SCHNIEDER/SNIDER/SNYDER / GEDIES
The families of Amy SCHNIEDER/SNIDER/SNYDER and Grant GEDIES wish to announce their forthcoming wedding in July.
We wish you both a lifetime of happiness!

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GEORGE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-12 published
GEORGE, Andrea and Mike - Happy 5th Wedding Anniversary
to Mommy and Daddy (Andrea and Mike GEORGE)
Love Jazmine.
Best Wishes to the 200 other couples who celebrated a Millennium Wedding with us in Niagara Falls, February 14, 2000.

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GILLEN m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.markdale.the_markdale_standard 2005-05-04 published
CALLENDER / GILLEN
Hannah CALLENDER, daughter of Michael and Vicki CALLENDER and Jeremy GILLEN, son of Shirley GILLEN and the late James GILLEN exchanged vows of marriage on June 19th, 2004 in Missouri City, Texas.
Jeremy and Hannah are coming home to visit in May, 2005.
The families of Jeremy and Hannah GILLEN wish to invite you to stop by and say hello at a "Come and Go Tea"
Saturday, May 21st, 2005 at the Fellowship Hall, Annesley United Church, Markdale from 1: 00 to 4:00 p.m.
Hope you can join us.
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GILMORE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-11 published
HOFFMAN / GILMORE
Jim and Donna HOFFMAN of Dashwood and Ron and Claudia GILMORE of London are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Kelly and Ryan on Saturday, June 11, 2005. The ceremony will take place at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Zurich with Private Reception at Oakwood Inn, Grand Bend.

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GILMOUR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-26 published
GILMOUR, Bill and Susan - Happy 50th Anniversary
February 22, 1955
Love from all the family

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

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GOODRICH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
Andrea VETTOR and Peter GOODRICH
Andrea VETTOR, daughter of Dino and Elizabeth VETTOR of London Ontario, and Petter GOODRICH, son of Walter GOODRICH and Mary HOOD of Kalamazoo Michigan, are planning to be married on June 4th, 2005 in Augusta Michigan. Peter and Andrea became engaged to be married last October.
The bride-to-be holds a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical science from Ferris State University; and is a candidate for her doctorate degree in pharmacy from Midwestern University. Andrea is currently a hospital pharmacist.
The groom-to-be holds a bachelor's degree in business from Ferris State University and is currently a pharmaceutical sales representative.

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GOSLING m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-02-05 published
Amy OICLES and Ronald GOSLING -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, February 5, 2005 - Page M6
When planning a wedding, some couples want frothy and romantic. Others go for the ultimate in elegance, fun or fantasy. Ronald James GOSLING and Amy Lynn OICLES sought a singular event that reflected their adventuresome, roving spirits.
After all, Mr. GOSLING, a Toronto musician, had spent months over the years touring the United States with his band, Weirdstone, and as a solo artist. Ms. OICLES, meanwhile, ventured farther afield, making forays from her native San Francisco to Alaska, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal and Thailand, where she taught English.
So theirs was a marriage on the move -- on a tour bus.
"Everyone has a different idea about what is romantic, but we wanted the unusual," Mr. GOSLING says.
"Ron wanted to get married in motion because we both wandered around so much," Ms. OICLES, 34, adds, "and we have this dream of crossing the U.S. in a Winnebago."
On the afternoon of January 23, a 40-foot luxury Canada Coach pulled up to their apartment in the Bathurst and St. Clair neighbourhood. Early arrivals decorated the chapel on wheels, cramming in food, drink, the cake and a slew of musical instruments.
The bride and groom, outfitted respectively in traditional white and a $28 thrift-store suit, boarded the bus, which then navigated snowy Toronto streets to collect Friends and family from homes and hotels.
"I was nervous for a fair chunk of it," Mr. GOSLING, 37, says. "I'd never been married before, and the storage bins hit my head, but the danger just amplified the wedding."
With officiant Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON balancing the bumps and curves, the "I do's" took place somewhere between Main and Danforth, and Greenwood and Gerrard. Passengers defied double-digit negative temperatures to tour key Toronto attractions -- the Distillery District, Royal Ontario Museum and the C.N. Tower -- as onlookers rubbernecked the wedding assemblage. At Harbourfront, the celebrants feted the coincidental birthday of the bridegroom's father with sparklers. Aboard the bus, seven guitarists and a toy keyboard that sounded like a cathedral organ heightened the festivities.
Six hours later, the tour ended at the couple's apartment, where Mr. GOSLING's friend Howard BERTOLO tickled the ivories into the night.
The hardy entourage braved a blizzard the next afternoon to hit the dance floor at the Chick'n'deli, where the groom's father, jazz trombonist Len GOSLING, wound up the group with his iconic Climax Jazz Band, a fixture there since it opened in 1983.
The wedding's rolling venue was particularly appropriate since Ms. OICLES actually worked as a tour-bus driver in San Francisco in 1996 during one of her returns from her international wanderings. "I love driving people around," she says. "But there was a lot of pressure. If anything goes wrong, it is always the driver's fault."
For seven years, she indulged her nomadic urge after graduating in 1993 from the University of California in Santa Barbara.
She hung up her backpack to study psychology at San Francisco State University, and by 2003 she was working in the public-school system while also tutoring a student with Asperger's syndrome.
It was during this sojourn home that she met Mr. GOSLING on April Fool's Day, 2003, in a bar in Fairfax, California, where he was playing guitar.
"She struck me as terrific," he says, "and we made a date for the next day."
Several months of sun, surf and sparks made the two a pair. "Ron is incredibly funny. His music, sense of adventure and high level of honesty make him unusual," she says.
Mr. GOSLING plaintively admitted being homesick and missing snow, however, just when she was ready for the road again. "I was itching to get out of the Bay Area," Ms. OICLES says. "It had become expensive and everyone was working with no time to relax."
With a stop at the Grand Canyon, the duo drove across the country, pulling into Toronto in August.
Mr. GOSLING, who frequently took on work as a house painter ("for the bread part"), is now the superintendent in the couple's upscale apartment building. When not nursing its cranky boiler, he practises: guitar, piano and trumpet. "I'm kind of a Jack of many [instruments], but the bass is my forte. I play on demos or do a gig if someone needs a sub. I just love music."
Despite the new responsibilities, the couple's travels continue, as they cross the border every few months to make sure Ms. OICLES stays on the right side of Canada's immigration laws.
"We go for weekends in Buffalo and Niagara Falls," Ms. GOSLING says. "It is really ridiculous, but we do what we can to stay legal."

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GOUGH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-26 published
RATSEP / GOUGH
It was a beautiful sunny day on November 2nd, 2004 when Friends and family from Ontario and the United States gathered in the Caribbean to celebrate the marriage of Marni RATSEP, daughter of Janice and the late Dr. Rein RATSEP, London to Trevor GOUGH, son of Sharon SHEPPERD, London.

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GREENAWAY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-12 published
RIDGWAY / GREENAWAY
Mrs. Douglas RIDGWAY of London announces the engagement of her daughter Michelle Elizabeth to Joshua Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert GREENAWAY also of London. A wedding is planned for the fall of 2005.

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GUEST m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-19 published
GUEST, George and Katie - 55th Wedding Anniversary
February 18, 2005
Love from your children Lynda and Bob; Kathy and Bill; Judy and Bob; Nancy and Ken; Don and Terri and your 12 grandchildren and 7 (soon to be 8) great grandchildren. Spring open house to be announced when the snowbirds return. Email Judy at robert.beckett@sympatico.ca if you want to send best wishes to George and Katie, or if you want details about the open house.

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GUZONAS m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-08 published
GUZONAS, Margaret and Stanley - 50th Wedding Anniversary
Margaret and Stanley GUZONAS celebrating 50 years together on June 6, 2005
Please join us on June 11th from 2: 00 to 4:00 at the Flesherton Legion to celebrate this golden event.
Best wishes only please.
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