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DUARTE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-10 published
PEACH / DUARTE -- Engagement Announcement
Melissa and Cliff are happy to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage in May 2006.

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DUBILOWSKI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-28 published
BOURDEAU / DUBILOWSKI -- Engagement Announcement
Mom, Steph, Shaun, Dad, Janet and nephew Edwin are pleased to announce the engagement of Sara BOURDEAU to Dale DUBILOWSKI, son of Robin and Susan DUBILOWSKI of Bonnyville, Alberta. Wedding to take place November 27, 2008 in Jamaica. We wish you much love, laughter and happiness.

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DUBINSKI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-17 published
Mayor a Mrs. today
By Kate DUBINSKI, Free Press Reporter, Sat., June 17, 2006
When London's mayor ties the knot today, she'll be making history.
Among the three female mayors the city has had, Anne Marie DECICCO is the only one to get married while in office.
The only other sitting London mayor to get hitched was Tom GOSNELL, whose wedding in 1986 to Laurel STROPLE was kept under wraps until the day after it happened.
"Mayor managed to keep lid on wedding until it was over" and "GOSNELL wed in secret" screamed the headlines in the April 19, 1986, edition of The London Free Press.
There was no keeping a lid on this party, though.
Yesterday, while DECICCO, her bridesmaids and fiance Tim BEST were busy setting up a banquet hall at the Marconi Club for today's post-nuptial reception, city hall staff were buzzing with anticipation.
"It's like the Queen getting married. (DECICCO) is the No. 1 person in the city," said Vilia ZOCCANO, who has worked at city hall since 1972.
ZOCCANO remembers GOSNELL's wedding, which she -- with everyone else -- found out about at the last minute when she was asked to put out a statement about it.
"He was a different personality than Anne Marie. He wanted to keep it private," said ZOCCANO, who will be attending the reception.
Yesterday, DECICCO was putting the finishing touches on the big day and getting congratulations from every angle.
She picked up her wedding dress -- traditional white -- and was driving home when two women began gesturing wildly in the car beside her.
Rolling down her window, DECICCO said she heard: "You're the mayor. That's your dress! Congratulations."
At the Marconi Club, she and three of her bridesmaids were setting up centrepieces and joking around with BEST.
"He appreciates Italian," DECICCO joked.
"What can I say -- good company, good food, good soccer," BEST replied.
"I'm hoping to get the pictures done in 20 minutes so we can get here to watch the soccer game," he added, referring to the World Cup soccer game between Italy and the United States that will be going on today while the bridal party is getting wedding photos done.
"I think at some point (on Saturday) it will hit me. Right now, I'm just planning. It's another day," DECICCO said yesterday.

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DUBLER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-29 published
ETLIN / KATZ -- Sonia and Cal ETLIN are thrilled to announce the engagement of their son, Brad to Aliza, daughter of Nina and Eugene KATZ of New York. Proud grandmothers are Esther SINGER and Meme DUBLER.

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DUBUQUE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-05 published
COSTA / HOOGBIEM
Jan 11 2005 Breezes Punta Cana
Jodie HOOGBIEM and John COSTA became husband and wife.
Jodie wore a full length strapless white gown and John wore tan pants and white shirt. The bride was attended by Melissa BLACK, Carla ROBINSON and Rebecca GUYETT. The Groomsmen were Greg DUBUQUE, Oscar COSTA, Sean ROBINSON and Scott O'NEIL. The ring bearers were Chris and Jessie COSTA. Travelling with the couple were 55 Friends and family.
Parents of the bride Tom HOOGBIEM and Susanne HARVEY and parents of the groom John and Rosa COSTA also attended.
Video was done by Derick ALCOCK.
A reception followed in the outdoor cabana. The couple remained an additional week returning to London where they will reside.

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DUCKETT m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-12-13 published
SHIER, Herb and Iona - 40th Wedding Anniversary
Wow! Wasn't that a party? We are once again overwhelmed with the tremendous show of Friendship given to us in the celebration of our 40th wedding anniversary. Our thanks goes to our precious family for organizing it, to Joan McGEE and to Audrey DUCKETT for their help. Thanks for the cards, gifts and best wishes. Thanks to Ron and Joan WHITE/WHYTE for the gift of music, to the Gentle Shepherd Church family and all who attended. We have so many great memories. God bless you one and all.
- Herb and Iona
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DUCKWORTH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-04 published
WOO/ MORRISON -- Tip Ling (Sarah) WOO and Harold R. W. MORRISON were married December 15, 2002, in a private ceremony held in the presence of family and Friends. Roy MacLELLAN, a chaplain with Don Heights Unitarian Church officiated. Tip LING's sister, Sune, was maid of honour, Harold's brother, Bud, was the best man. Special thanks to Sandra and Frank DUCKWORTH for hosting the reception.

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DUDAR m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-07-02 published
PHILLIPS / DUDAR -- Engagement
Jim and Reta PHILLIPS are happy to announce the upcoming marriage of their son, Michael to Krista, daughter of Paul and Nadine DUDAR. The wedding will be held in the hamlet of Violet Hill, August, 2008.
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DUDDY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-01-21 published
Kelly Lynn Irene BELBIN and Lee Garrett Patrick MYSKA -- Match:
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, January 21, 2006, Page M4
A mutual friend, convinced that Kelly BELBIN and Lee MYSKA would hit it off, shaved a few years from his age, added several to hers and persuaded the pair to meet in February, 2002.
The ploy didn't entirely work -- "I think he thought I was younger than I was supposed to be," recalls Ms. BELBIN, now 28 -- but intrigued by his conversation, she gave him her number, which led to dinner and a movie.
The pair were soon an item. Although their lives meshed with a plethora of common interests, a semi-generational gap occasionally reared its head. Mr. MYSKA, now 41, is a devotee of seventies and eighties television. "It was funny she didn't know anything about shows I'd watched when I was younger: Sanford and Son, The Rockford Files or Bob Newhart," he says. However, shared evenings watching cable enhanced her appreciation for these small-screen classics.
Still, Ms. BELBIN wasn't sure how serious he was -- until he introduced her to his now 89-year-old grandmother. At their first meeting, "she was quiet, listening to what I had to say," Ms. BELBIN recalls, "but the next time, she asked my religious background and how I grew up." For the future bride and groom, both from close-knit families, it was an important sign.
Ms. BELBIN felt mutual respect and compromise bridged their difference in age. "At parties, I was nervous. I didn't know his Friends, and they'd talk about their kids and the old days," she says. Yet she fondly notes that Mr. MYSKA encouraged her to tread her own path. "I think it's understanding you are in different spots in your life," she says. "My Friends still like to go to clubs, and Lee's done that."
Earlier, work at a summer camp for adults with disabilities had Ms. BELBIN abandon two years of psychology at Trent University to enroll in the development services program at Humber College. That led to her present position with Community Living Toronto, where she instructs in a variety of subjects including social and life skills. The union activist and steward says her philosophy and politics can clash with those of Mr. MYSKA, a manager of trust accounting at Manulife Mutual Funds.
Fortunately, the pair have learned to separate labour relations from personal relations. "Sometimes the discussions do get a little heated," Ms. BELBIN says. "We… have an open mind about each other's views. If it gets too tough, [we] drop it and revisit it.
"We balance each other."
On October 22, at the Toronto Board of Trade's Airport Centre, officiant Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON performed a non-denominational ceremony.
To the rhythm of This One's for the Girls, the bride's aunt, Nancy PAUL- DUDDY, presented a slide show of women whose influence had helped sculpt the bride. Her inspiration came from the valiant effort of the bride's grandmother, Cara PEACOCK, who succumbed to cancer September 9 without realizing her dream of attending the wedding. "The girls in our family have an unbroken bond," asserts Mrs. PAUL- DUDDY.
Less than a minute into their first dance to Van Morrison's Sweet Thing, Mrs. MYSKA, who will retain her maiden name professionally, lost a shoe, but didn't miss a beat. "I knew if I kicked the other one off, I would have fallen on my dress for sure," she laughs.

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DUDZIC m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-12 published
SCHEDEWITZ, Catherine and Robert - Happy Valentine's Day
Married August 7, 2004 in London, Ontario. Congratulations Catherine DUDZIC and Robert SCHEDEWITZ on celebrating your first Valentine's Day as Husband and Wife.
With love from your Family and Friends.

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DUFF m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-05-20 published
DUFF, Anna and Dave - 40th Wedding Anniversary
May 21, 1966
Love from daughters Catharine, Janet, Joan and their families.

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DUFF m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-05 published
DUFF, John and Barbara - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
Married April 5, 1958, Toronto Congratulations from family and Friends

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DUFFIELD m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-05 published
Ane and Bill DUFFIELD Wedding Anniversary July 9, 2003
Life doesn't get much better than this!
Three wonderful daughters and the best wife in the world!
Happy Anniversary Honey!
Love Bill.

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DUFILY 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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DUGUAY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-26 published
LANE / DUGUAY
Gerard and Veronica DUGUAY are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Rosemarie to Ralph son of the late John and Barbara LANE. The happy couple were married in Scotland on August 26th, 2004 and are now residing in South Hampton, England.
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DUMAYNE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-14 published
DUMAYNE / NACARIO - Forthcoming Marriage
Liza and Eddie NACARIO are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Aimee to Eric, son of Lynn and Tom DUMAYNE.
They will exchange vows on June 14th, 2003.

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

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DUNCAN m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-06-09 published
DUNCAN / ROUSE
Buck and Doe For Randy ROUSE and Bonnie DUNCAN
Saturday June 10
Bayshore Community Centre
Doors Open at 8: 00 p.m.
Tickets Available at the Door
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DUNCAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-11 published
STOLL / DUNCAN - 20th anniversary
Dawn and Drew met 22 years ago this fall, and today celebrate their 20th anniversary. Being placed in the same (Hallelujah!) Canada-Indonesia exchange group in September 1985 would be their first of several autumn anniversaries. For in the fall of 1986 they officially began dating, then moved in together in September 1987, and finally wedded in October 1996.
Dawn marking this marriage of true minds has me brimming with gratitude and adoration, for you are a truly exemplary and cherished life-partner: thoughtful in deeds, generous in spirit, and gracious in sacrifice. Happy anniversary Dawn, with ever-fixèd love
Drew.

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DUNCAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-05 published
DUNCAN, Barb and George - Happy 50th Anniversary Love and best wishes your family, Barb, Dave, Mackenzie, Drew, Colette, Brian and Laura.

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DUNDAS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-14 published
DUNDAS- GAUL -- Patricia and John DUNDAS are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Jill to Darren, son of Ruth and Terrance GAUL of Chateauguay, Quebec. Wedding will take place on July 5, 2003.

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DUNK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-16 published
DUNK / NORRIE -- Marriage Announcement
Deborah Lynn NORRIE and Donald Paul DUNK are delighted to announce the beginning of their new life together. They exchanged marriage vows on Sunday September 3, 2006 at the West London Alliance Church, London, Ontario.

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DUNN m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2005-08-26 published
Bill and Jean FURNESS make 60 years of marriage look easy
They don't even fight about what to watch on television, since both enjoy watching sports
By Scott DUNN, Sun Times Staff, Page A1
Fairy tale weddings always end with the words and they lived happily every after.
And so should any story about Bill and Jean FURNESS's marriage, which marked its 60th anniversary Thursday.
They say their relationship has been copacetic the whole time, save for the usual struggles any marriage has. They report no major setbacks, nor any list of irritants that collectively can erode what is these days arguably the fragile institution of marriage.
In short, the FURNESSes have made the admirable achievement of a long and happy marriage look easy.
The FURNESSes grew up in the same neighbourhood and were classmates in Grade 7 at Dufferin School, where they skated nightly at a time when every school had an outdoor rink. She was his first girlfriend, and he her first boyfriend. They started going out in 1937, so their relationship has been going for 68 years.
They were engaged while Bill was on his first leave from the air force, eight months after he'd enlisted.
"He thought he'd better get me before somebody else did, English Dad?" Jean said, teasing him a little in the living room of their westside apartment.
Two model airplanes are displayed in the living room. One is the Blenheim, a two-engine bomber like the one from which he parachuted to safety during a training exercise in Saskatchewan during the Second World War.
The other is a four-engine Short Sterling, which was towing a target when the plane FURNESS was in snagged the tow cable and both planes crashed, killing two men in the bigger bomber. FURNESS parachuted onto a frozen lake, as did the pilot, who lost his boots when his parachute filled with air.
Bill and Jean wrote each other letters almost every day during the three years he was a bombardier in the Royal Air Force tactical squadron and they were married 13 days after he returned from the war. "Think of the stamps," on all those letters, Jean quipped.
She left Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute midway through high school to work at the Circle Bar knitting factory, in the Slater building along 2nd Avenue East. When it closed, the employees started a new factory, which made women's hosiery. It was in the building where Locking's safe is, on 3rd Avenue West, just north of 10th Street West
After the war, Bill worked at Russel Brothers, where he'd been for six months before enlisting. He left there in 1950, then became a letter carrier until retirement in 1979. Their son Paul was born in 1954, and Kari was born in 1958. The FURNESSes have six grandchildren.
They've received official letters of congratulations from politicians, including the prime minister. There was a slew of similar official correspondence for their 50th wedding anniversary too, and so Bill says he's getting a three-ringed binder to put it all in.
Now in their early 80s, they can't put their finger on any one big secret to why things worked out so well. Bill thinks one was church involvement, which kept them active and instilled a belief in the sanctity of marriage. It provided the commitment to keep working on their relationship. They made decisions together.
When you do those things, the marriage takes care of itself, he said. "I think so," Jean agreed.
They don't even fight about what to watch on television, since both enjoy watching sports. They went to every Attack hockey game last year too.
"We always agree. But I always win," Jean joked.
"We already agree to disagree," countered Bill.
"We do well to get along," Jean said when Bill left the room. "We have two nice kids. Six grand-kids. What more can we want? It's amazing."

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DUNN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-26 published
50th Wedding Anniversary, Don and Marilyn DUNN
The children and grandchildren of Don and Marilyn DUNN invite family and Friends to an Open House on Sunday May 4, 2003 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 58 Beech Street, Aylmer, from 2-4pm.
Best Wishes only.

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DUNN m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-06-27 published
DUNN / MAIN
On June 9, 2007 Syd DUNN and Cathy MAIN were married at Knox Presbyterian, Dunedin
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DUNN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-06-18 published
Carol WELSMAN and Pat HARRIS -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, June 18, 2005, Page M4
When singer Carol WELSMAN was introduced to lawyer Pat HARRIS, personal feelings simmered, but her curiosity peaked when she learned that he and an associate were defending actress Winona Ryder in her much-publicized trial in 2002. Anxious to see him in action (while visiting Los Angeles on business), she avoided the interminable lineup outside the courtroom by charming the bailiff and offering up a white lie: She told him she was Mr. HARRIS's fiancée.
"I thought girlfriend sounded a little weak," she says with a laugh.
Ushered to a front-row centre seat, she found herself sitting beside a friend of Ms. Ryder, who promptly asked who she was. So she spun the same tale.
The ruse began to unravel, however, when court adjourned that day and Mr. HARRIS and the Ryder entourage boarded an elevator along with Ms. WELSMAN. Suddenly, Ms. Ryder gushed congratulations to her astounded lawyer on his upcoming nuptials.
"It gave me a minute to think," he recalls, chuckling. "I picked up on it, and figured how she'd gotten into the courtroom. So I just played along."
Ms. WELSMAN's manoeuvre raised a few eyebrows, particularly with Mr. HARRIS's associate Mark GERAGOS, but her blend of bravado and beauty cast its spell, and the couple began dating.
Both in their 40s, they had each endured numerous relationships that had been negatively affected by the demands of their high-profile careers."I have a busy lifestyle," explains the Los Angeles-based criminal lawyer. "It's hectic. I'm gone a lot, and when I'm in a trial, it's extremely tense, so it's hard to continue relationships.
"Then I met Carol. She was so understanding, easy to be with. I don't think she even knows, but the first night we went out I had a sense that this was going to be something special."
Similarly, dating had been difficult for Ms. WELSMAN because travel took her away so often. "Rather than fall hopelessly in love and drag myself through heartache, I'd say it wasn't working and 'goodbye.' "
But everything changed when Mr. HARRIS entered her life. "Pat has a tremendous understanding of the entertainment business, knows how to promote, and is extremely supportive of what I do. He's a lovely person," she says. "After two weeks, I wanted to marry him."
Born in Arkansas, Mr. HARRIS obtained a B.A. there and his Juris Doctor from Michigan Law School in 1994. His career began in politics, foreign and domestic policy, and moved into the financial side of real-estate development. Then, after a two-year stint as a public defender, he joined Geragos and Geragos in Los Angeles, where he specializes in criminal law. Having helped defend Susan McDougal in a case linked to the Whitewater real-estate fiasco, he wrote a best-selling novel, Susan McDougal: The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk.
An internationally acclaimed singer, pianist and lyricist, Ms. WELSMAN, from Don Mills, majored in piano performance at Boston's Berklee College of Music in 1980, and left because of an opportunity to study voice in France with Christiane Legrand, daughter of well-known composer Michel Legrand. While in Europe, she honed her songwriting and production skills, including sessions with Romano Musumarra, producer/songwriter for Celine Dion.
Her accomplishments since then include four Juno Award nominations, being named 2002 Canadian vocalist of the year at the National Jazz Awards, and encompass performances with symphony orchestras (including Toronto's), to jazz ensembles and co-writing the Ray Charles hit Out of My Life. She was signed as the first artist on Grammy Award producer Pierre Cossette's new label, which will release her DVD / CD in the fall.
Despite conflicting schedules, the pair zigzagged the globe for rendezvous, including sojourns to her parents' Muskoka cottage. However, Ms. WELSMAN needed reassurance of Mr. HARRIS's marital intent. "I wasn't convinced that he was convinced," she says, until the summer of 2003 when he subtly revealed himself.
Ms. WELSMAN, although very ill at the time, was performing at a club in San Francisco. "He came up and took care of me," she recalls emotionally. "I was singing every night in the club, and he was selling CDs for me."
A year later, he was visiting her family's cottage for the July 4 long weekend. Bulky sweater in hand, Mr. HARRIS persuaded Ms. WELSMAN to take a lake cruise as sunset mellowed to moonlight. A conversation about where their lives were headed ended abruptly when he extricated a ring from the folds of his sweater. "There were stars," he says. "It was incredible.
"The only downside was proposing between mosquito bites."
On May 28, the Honourable Justice Patrick W. DUNN captained Ms. WELSMAN by boat to the dock beside the tiny and historic St. Anne's Whiteside Catholic Church in Bala, Ontario Greeted by a piper, she disembarked in her ivory-silk two-piece, designed by Toronto's Zanesha GOWRALI, beading twinkling through a tulle overlay on her mermaid-shaped skirt.
Delicate strains of flute, cello and guitar welcomed 32 guests as Reverend Martin DALIDA wed the couple. A champagne cruise on the refurbished 1902 steamboat the Rambler was followed by a reception at the Lake Joseph Club.
" I had kind of given up in terms of thinking I'd ever be married," Mr. HARRIS reflects. "All I can say is that you never know when THE RIGHT ONE is going to come through the door."

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DUNN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-06 published
Happy 60th Anniversary, Sam and Millie DUNN.
March 6, 1943 - March 6, 2003.
Love and Best Wishes for Continued Good Health From Carolyn, Brian, Steven, Evelyn and Larry (and Helen, Eva, Clara and Ed, Orma and all your nieces and nephews)

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DUNPHY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-11-21 published
Just Married
George and Margaret O'CONNOR are delighted to announce the marriage of their daughter Tara to Tom DUNPHY on October 12th, 2002. Welcome to the Family Juke Joint.

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DUNSHEA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-08 published
GATES, Angela / DUNSHEA, Luke
Randy and Linda GATES along with Bruce and Carolyn DUNSHEA are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Angela Lynn GATES to Luke Andrew DUNSHEA.
The wedding will take place in Australia in the summer of 2004.

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DUPONT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-18 published
CAREY / DUPONT -- Marriage Announcement
Irene CAREY would like to announce the joyous occasion of the wedding of her daughter, Erin CAREY and Marc DUPONT on December 29, 2005. Attending in Jamaica were Paulette and Gustave DUPONT, Nadine DUPONT, Lucie DUPONT and Yong Ho Choi. Erin's father John was there in spirit. Best wishes were appreciated from all the CAREY family and Friends. erin.carey@tel.tdsb.on.ca

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DURBIN 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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DURLING m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-10-04 published
HAILSTONE / ROLLINGS - Marriage Announcement
Colleen ROLLINGS and Donald HAILSTONE were married on August 9, 2003 at the Old Orchard Inn, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Colleen is the daughter of Clarke and Grace ROLLINGS, Denfield, Ontario, Don is the son of Ernest and Elizabeth DURLING, Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. Friends and family are welcome to join us for an open reception at the Thorndale Community Centre at 8 o'clock on Saturday, October 11th. Colleen is also to be congratulated for her receipt of the 2003 Young Engineer of the Year Award from The Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia

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DURR, Lloyd and Shirley - 60th Wedding Anniversary
November 17, 2005 Love from Heather and Geoff, Mark and Bridget, Adam and Melissa

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DURRELL m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-26 published
Walter and Janet DURRELL, 50th Wedding Anniversary
August 1, 2003
Friends and family are invited to help celebrate 50 years of marriage on Saturday, August 2nd, 1-4 p.m. at 601 Grenfell Dr. (Clubhouse). Best wishes only please or baby food donations for the London Food Bank. Love your children, grandkids and great-grandkids.

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DUTOT, Marjorie and Lewis - 60th Anniversary
Marjorie and Lewis DUTOT celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary on December 21st, 2006. Love and Best Wishes, Your Family.

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DUWYN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-24 published
MILLS / DUWYN
Andrew and Carol MILLS are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Sandra Yvonne to Kevin Edward DUWYN. Wedding August 30, 2003.

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DUYNISVELD, Corrie and Gerry - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary!
Family and Friends are invited to an Open House Sunday April 30th, 2006, 3: 00-5:00 p.m. At the Ilderton Community Centre.

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