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KACHRA m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.enterprise-bulletin 2002-05-07 published
Douglas and Susan SKEAFF are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Karen Elizabeth to Aly KACHRA
son of Beheram and Zarin KACHRA. Karen is a graduate of Collingwood Collegiate Institute. She earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science from McMaster University and her M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Toronto. She is presently completing her third year Ph.D. in Philosophy at Northwestern University in Evanston (Chicago), Illinois. Aly was born in Montreal and after completing high school there, he earned his B. Comm. from Colgate University and his M.A. in Philosophy from U. of T. He is presently working in finance in Toronto. The wedding will take place on September 1, 2002 in Toronto. Congratulations and best wishes from your family.

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KAISER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-06 published
LICHTENBERGER / KAISER
John and Linda LICHTENBERGER of Saint Thomas, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage in September, of our daughter Pamela to Michael, son of Jim and Wanda KAISER of St.Thomas.
Wishing you love and happiness always.

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KAISER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-05-07 published
Robyn Michelle KAISER and Eli Daniel MOGIL -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, May 7, 2005, Page M4
Adventurers Robyn Michelle KAISER and Eli Daniel MOGIL have tested their relationship in a variety of ways, from driving in the Chilean desert to travelling in Thailand after the tsunami hit. But it was a minor spill on a bicycle that convinced Ms. KAISER that she should marry Mr. MOGIL.
The defining moment came in June of 2003 during a day trip to the Niagara Escarpment, 27-year-old Ms. KAISER recalls. "I had slipped off my bike and Eli came to help me. I looked at him and knew in my heart of hearts. You just know when it's the one."
Nearly a year earlier, in August of 2002, a mutual friend encouraged them to meet. They rendezvoused at a College Street café, talked until closing, then strolled near Christie Pits Park until 3 a.m. They discovered that their penchant for unconventional travel and professional ambitions were in sync. Mr. MOGIL, 28, compares meeting Ms. KAISER to seeing "a mirror image across the table."
He attended Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and worked as a teacher in the Bronx for three years before changing direction and returning home to study law at Osgoode Hall. There in 2003, he won the J.S.D. Tory Prize in research and writing and is currently articling with McCarthy Tétrault.
Similarly, Ms. KAISER switched careers after graduating from Concordia University in business and sociology. Realizing film was her passion, she became an assistant director on films such as X-Men. She now works as senior publicist for Disney's Buena Vista Pictures, travelling regularly to studios in New York and Los Angeles.
They ventured into risky travel together in January of 2004. She visited Mr. MOGIL in Chile, where he was realizing his dream of playing squash for Canada in the Pan Am Maccabiah Games, a competition for young Jewish athletes from around the world.
After the games, they flew to Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America near Antarctica, where the Pacific and Atlantic merge and penguins thrive. "We hiked through glaciers and mountains. It looked like Lord of the Rings," Mr. MOGIL says.
A week later, they headed north to tackle Chile's Atacama Desert, one of the world's driest. In a "rent-a-wreck" they drove the 4,000-kilometre coast, frequently in desolate terrain. "At one point, we didn't have any water," Ms. KAISER says, "and stopped at a gas station in the middle of the desert. They didn't have water, just warm Sprite, but we made it through."
"Together for a month in a challenging environment at the bottom of the world, frightened at times, that's when things crystallized for us," says Mr. MOGIL, who was convinced that after that test, marriage would be easy.
"A cheap flight and the use of a friend's home" were the impetus for an October of 2004 weekend getaway to Vancouver and Whistler, Ms. KAISER says. But Mr. MOGIL had an agenda and deftly packed an engagement ring and her cocktail attire. Lest the ring box be discovered by airport security, he had a note in his back pocket ready to flash: "This is an engagement ring for my girlfriend. Please do not open it and ruin my surprise."
His concern was unfounded, but his anxiety mounted as they toured Vancouver. At 4 a.m., angst-ridden and unable to sleep, he booked a boutique hotel and dinner reservations, stashing Ms. KAISER's finery with the spare tire of their rental car. As they drove to Whistler and ascended the summit by cable car, the worldly Mr. MOGIL trembled with sweaty palms until he was able to steer Ms. KAISER to a secluded spot and propose. As they celebrated that evening, he says, "everyone was a stranger, but everyone was happy for us, and we came back home to four months of getting ready, showers, and celebrating."
They turned a dreary March 6 into spring with red roses, red tulips, bridesmaids in red and red up-lighting at the Liberty Grand, where 215 guests watched Rabbi Edward GOLDFARB perform the nuptials.
Despite the cautions of well-intentioned advisers, the determined couple stuck to their plan to honeymoon in tsunami-ravaged southern Thailand.
"We didn't want to abandon the country because they had a terrible natural disaster, to go seemed appropriate," Mr. MOGIL says. Sensitive to the plight of the Thai people, they kept a low profile at their hotel. "We were conscious of tension and didn't wish to act like Western tourists on a honeymoon when peoples' lives had been ruined."
After nine days, they flew to Chiang Mai, the gateway to rugged northern Thailand and renowned for deep-rooted culture. They trekked and mountain biked, navigating their own route past indigenous hill tribes and elephants, and risked bamboo rafting. "It was a nice balance to come from a fancy resort and then to finally get our feet into the country," Mr. MOGIL says.
The couple hope their complementary styles will serve them well in their marriage. "It's hard to predict life," Mr. MOGIL says. "We bring out the best in each other, the truth in ourselves."

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KALINOWSKI m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-09-15 published
KALINOWSKI, Mary and Orval - 50th Wedding Anniversary
Come celebrate a 50th Wedding Anniversary for Mary and Orval KALINOWSKI on September 18, 2006 at 7 p.m. at the Keady Community Center.
Dance and light lunch provided. No gifts please. Please accept this as your personal invitation.
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KALMAR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-17 published
KALMAR, Gabe and Tilly - Happy 55th Anniversary
June 17, 1950
Congratulations and Love from Les, Linda A., Linda S., Tony and grandchildren.

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KALUS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-30 published
KALUS, Paul and Angie - Happy 25th Anniversary!
You met what seemed so long ago, Now time has passed on by. Love, support and understanding has pulled you through rough tides. To greet each meet with kisses and hugs shows some fires never die, For lasting Love is a miracle, still seen in both your lives. Love Always, Kandice, Brittany, Erika, Oma, Opa, Ilona, Gina, Jurgen and Families.

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KAM m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-16 published
PHANEUF / KAM -- Marriage Announcement
Emile and Bonnie PHANEUF of London and Philip and Maisie KAM of Hamilton are pleased to announce the marriage of their children, Andrew and Katrina, at Jordon Station, Ontario on June 11, 2005. Our love and best wishes to the newlyweds who reside in Toronto.

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KAMMINGA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-21 published
NGUYEN / HOOGKAMP -- Forthcoming Marriage
Together with their families, Minh-Doan NGUYEN and Mark HOOGKAMP are proud to announce their forthcoming marriage. The ceremony will take place Saturday June 28, 2008 at RiverBend Golf Community, London. Minh-Doan is the daughter of Mai Thoi and Huan Hong NGUYEN of London. Mark is the son of Irene KAMMINGA of Brantford and Harry HOOGKAMP of London.

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KAMPEN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-21 published
VAN KAMPEN, Dirk and Dien (LINKER) - 55th Wedding Anniversary
October 29, 2006
Family and Friends are invited to an Open House on Saturday October 28, 2006 from 2-4 p.m. at Trillium Village, 400 Dominion Street, Strathroy. We wish you the Lord's blessing on this special celebration. With love from your family.

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KAMRATH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-20 published
BAKER, Angie and Mark
were married August 9, 2003, at Pine Knot Golf and Country Club, Dorchester.
Love and best wishes.
Joyce and Howard KAMRATH,
Ruth and James BAKER.
Photo by Regan Photography

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KANT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-05 published
ROBSON / VANDER KANT
Art and Pat ROBSON and Frank and Rita VANDER KANT are happy to announce the engagement of their children Karen Honor and Douglas Frank. The wedding will take place in July at Sacred Heart Church, Parkhill.

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KAPLAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-05-28 published
Jennifer KAPLAN and Philip CHOWN -- Match
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, May 28, 2005, Page M6
Jennifer Mia KAPLAN didn't make it easy on Philip CHOWN.
Having been married once already, she was happily ensconced in 2002 with the only man of the house she was interested in: her son, Lucius, who lived with her in her landmark Ansonia condominium in New York.
She was wary of any relationship that would affect her family-oriented lifestyle, or her dedication to her career as a psychotherapist, so she resisted her Toronto relatives' matchmaking efforts. "With the aunties calling, and set-ups by cousins, I've had so many blind dates a friend said I should get a seeing-eye dog for free," Ms. KAPLAN, 41, quips.
Originally from Toronto, she'd always had her eye on New York, and in 1981 won a wager with her father, Robert KAPLAN, solicitor-general in the Trudeau era, by gaining admission to Grade 12 at the Dalton School, a prestigious private academy in Manhattan.
She went on to graduate from Sarah Lawrence College and Columbia University, where she obtained a merit scholarship, and settled into life in the Big Apple. She married, gave birth to Lucius, and became a U.S. citizen.
By 2002, she was single once again, and a prime target for her relatives, who persevered in the Yiddish matchmaking tradition despite her reluctance to date.
Mr. CHOWN, a graduate of the University of Victoria and director of foundations and major gifts for the University of British Columbia, was visiting his sister at her Toronto home when Ms. KAPLAN's brother -- dispatched by his wife Julie on a scouting mission -- turned up. "Jennifer's brother John came by my sister's house to meet me for 15 minutes... kind of an old-fashioned shtetl [Jewish community] set-up, to make sure I wasn't sinister," he says with a laugh.
The relatives approved, but when Mr. CHOWN visited New York in December of 2002, a contrary Ms. KAPLAN refused an invitation to dinner. "It seemed crazy to begin anything with someone across the country, and in another," she says.
A year later, her family was still trying to promote Mr. CHOWN. "You mean he's still single?" chirped a sarcastic Ms. KAPLAN to her sister-in-law. Julie KAPLAN upped the ante, drawing on her 14 years of marriage to Ms. KAPLAN's brother. "You know I've never asked you for anything, have I?" she implored. "Well, I'm asking."
Ms. KAPLAN finally gave in and agreed to a dinner date when Mr. CHOWN visited New York at the end of 2003.
For his part, Mr. CHOWN, 45, didn't have high expectations for the rendezvous either. He remembers a casual conversation with his dean at University of British Columbia, at which he expressed satisfaction with bachelorhood. "I'm happily a professional single. I've got my golf, yoga, a slate of nieces and nephews nicely distributed geographically and a social life," he recalls saying, never dreaming that only a couple of weeks later he would consider changing his marital status.
He suggested meeting Ms. KAPLAN on December 29 at Pastis, which just happened to be her favourite haunt.
"I put on my French bistro dress, got there before Phil, and waited at the bar," Ms. KAPLAN recalls. "I had no idea who my sister-in-law picked for me." She expected a serious, religious type and was pleasantly surprised by a hip Mr. CHOWN.
With a mutual affinity for Ashtanga yoga and their view of Judaism somewhere between sacrosanct and secular, they agreed to another date the next night. "That was the night I gave him the talk," Ms. KAPLAN says. "I was a serious person, knew about life and didn't get involved in anything that wasn't going to last."
A beguiled Mr. CHOWN didn't analyze or strategize. "I just accepted her," he says. " I saw the possibility of my life shifting in a huge way."
After only three dates, "I was making plans," Ms. KAPLAN says, "the very thing I said I'd never do. I thought, 'Either I'm having a psychotic break, or I'm falling in love.' "
Their transcontinental romance flourished and during Passover in April of 2004, Ms. KAPLAN hosted a New York cocktail party for Friends to introduce Mr. CHOWN.
That afternoon, when supposedly shopping for a baking sheet, he purchased a 300-year-old, pink sapphire engagement ring for Ms. KAPLAN. Unexpectedly, her intuitive father had flown in. "As the party was spinning out, I asked for his blessing," says Mr. CHOWN, who proposed after the guests left.
They set a wedding date for that November in Toronto, but had to stop the printing of the invitations on the presses when revised U.S. immigration laws scuttled their plans. If they married in Toronto, "Phil would have to stay a full year in Canada after the wedding," Ms. KAPLAN says. "I was ready to run into a brick wall if he couldn't come" to New York. Three lawyers and two pounds of paperwork corroborating their romance later, the couple got the go-ahead for a New York ceremony.
Ms. KAPLAN, who is passionate about grandiose, early 20th-century architecture, booked the entire first floor of the Romanesque revival Puck Building for her child-friendly, funky-formal wedding for 300. Six nannies stood at the ready with art supplies and pillows for forts for about 40 little ones. "I wanted people to enjoy what they wore, a tuxedo and jeans," she says.
On May 8, Rabbi Chezi ZION, who once declared with certitude that his friend Mr. CHOWN would never marry, wed the couple in an Orthodox service. The bride made the chuppah, the traditional Jewish wedding canopy, by hand out of violet silk chiffon, and many guests carried through her colour theme in their gowns as a surprise. Ms. KAPLAN wore a crocheted Irish gown, more than 200 years old, that she bought when she was only 19 and had stored since then in a silk pillowcase.
Mr. CHOWN continues his employment with University of British Columbia, telecommuting from a New York office. He has received the stamp of approval from Mrs. CHOWN's son Lucius, now 8, who confided to his uncle, "I want to thank you for introducing my mother to Philip and making her so happy."

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KAPLAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-25 published
CATZMAN / SHERMAN
Lynn and Marvin CATZMAN and Janet and Don SHERMAN are delighted to announce the engagement of their children, Penny and Jarrett. Happy grandparents are Shirley and Sidney KAPLAN of Vancouver and Fred CATZMAN. Excited siblings are Julie and Michael, David, Darcie and Eileen, Ilana and Lou. A summer wedding is planned.

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KAPLAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-19 published
CATZMAN / ARBUS -- Lynn and Marvin CATZMAN and Bonnie and Stan ARBUS are delighted to announce the engagement of their children, Julie and Michael. Proud Grandparents are Shirley and Sidney KAPLAN of Vancouver and Babe ARBUS. Excited siblings are Penny and Jarrett, David, Mark and Kim and Marc. Dearly missed at this special time are Fred and Irene CATZMAN, Morris and Molly GROVER and Moe ARBUS.

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KARASIUK m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-08-29 published
KARASIUK, Al and Doreen - 45th Wedding Anniversary
Congratulations Mom and Dad on your 45th Wedding Anniversary
Love Blake, Kim, Matthew and Sarah, Allison and Brandon, Rod and Marsha, Audra and Kaitlyn.
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KARKOULAS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-04-05 published
Happy 25th Anniversary Nancy and Dan KARKOULAS April 8th 1978. Happy Anniversary to the best parents in the world and we wish you many more. Love your sons, David and Jordan. P.S. Happy Birthday Mum!

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KARR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-28 published
FISHER / KARR
Christa FISHER, daughter of Alan and Janet FISHER and Joe KARR, son of Murray and Beth KARR will be married at Delaware United Church. A reception will follow at West Haven Golf and Country Club.
There will be a Stag and Doe at the Delaware Community Centre on Saturday, July 5, 2003.

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KARR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-05 published
FISHER / KARR, Sunday, August 3rd, 2003
Christa FISHER, daughter of Alan and Janet FISHER and Joe KARR, son of Murray and Beth KARR will be married at Delaware United Church. A reception will follow at West Haven Golf and Country Club.
There will be a Stag and Doe at the Delaware Community Centre on Saturday, July 5, 2003.

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KARVAT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-05-31 published
KARVAT / WEINTRAUB -- After almost 7 years, Raya, Moshe and Karen KARVAT and Betty WEINTRAUB are thrilled to announce the engagement of Sharon and Elan. Overjoyed grandmothers are Yaffa BATCHYOV of Tel Aviv and Fela SHWEMER of Winnipeg. Mazel Tov!

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KASANIC m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-20 published
KASANIC, Milan and Libby - Golden Anniversary
August 20th, 2005
God blessed you in the kindest way
And kept you in His care
He gave you something beautiful
Fifty years to share.....
May you recall with joy today
The special things you've done
And lovingly reflect upon
Your memories, one by one.
Your loving family the Cooks, Parkers and Gilloolys.

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KASSIRER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-11 published
KASSIRER / SCHERER -- Beverley and Issie SHNIFFER are thrilled to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mira KASSIRER, to Elliot, son of Annie and Jerry SCHERER. Proud grandparents are Rachel SCHERER and Joseph ERLICH. Sadly missed at this time is David KASSIRER.

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KASTENBERG m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-06-27 published
They honestly love one another
65th anniversary for Ed and Anne
250 at Princess of Wales celebration
The love, the tenderness and the joking that has marked 65 years of marriage for Honest Ed MIRVISH and his wife Anne was evident last night as 250 Friends and family gathered at the Princess of Wales Theatre on King St. W. to mark the occasion.
Although both are using wheelchairs today, 92-year-old MIRVISH, in a white jacket and black bow tie, and Anne, sparkling in a pink sequined dress and pink scarf, brought cheers and smiles when they spoke.
Anne, quoting Mark Twain, said that a person is never married unless married for at least 25 years.
"I can only tell you that I can never love any other man the way I love my husband," she said to loud applause.
"And that doesn't mean we don't have ripples in our marriage -- sometimes tsunamis…"
"But the love is there and for me it gets sweeter every day, and every day is a bonus and I thank God for that," she said.
And then it was the turn of Honest Ed MIRVISH who, although he is still recovering from a bout of pneumonia and a tracheotomy three years ago that makes it difficult for him to speak, showed he still had a few of his famous quips left in him.
"For me, the past 65 years have been easy," he said to loud laughter.
Guests included Mayor David Miller, Police Chief Bill Blair, Ontario Chief Justice Roy McMurtry, Gus ANGELKOS, MIRVISH's barber for the last 46 years, Betty KASTENBERG, his first employee, and Vera PANTALONE, who was part of Anne's bridal party.|

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KASZA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-20 published
RINESS / KASZA -- Engagement
It is with great pleasure that Kathy RINESS and the late Bob RINESS announce the engagement of their daughter Brandy Lee to Shane KASZA, son of Michael KASZA and Anne KASZA. The engagement took place in front of Big Ben in London, England.

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KASZA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-17 published
RINESS / KASZA -- Wedding Announcement
With much love, Kathy RINESS and the late Robert (Bob) RINESS is pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Brandy Lee to Shane KASZA, son of Michael KASZA and Anne KASZA. The wedding took place in Cayo Coco, Cuba on Wednesday May 24, 2006.

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KATSIROUMBAS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-11-19 published
KATSIROUMBAS, Chris and Panagiota - Happy 60th Anniversary
November 22, 2005 Love and Best Wishes from your whole family.

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KATZ m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-11 published
LEWIS / LEWIS -- Mindy LEWIS and Martin LEWIS are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter Nicole to Hayden, son of Adele and Melvyn LEWIS. Nicole is the granddaughter of Sally LEWIS and the late Sid LEWIS and the late Sarah and Max KATZ. Hayden is the grand_son of Esther and John BLUMENOW and the late Dora and Abe LEWIS. All the LEWIS' are looking forward to their August 2004 wedding. Sign Guestbook on internet.

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KATZ m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-05-24 published
KATZ / DIKER - Shelly and Bayla KATZ are delighted to announce the engagement of their son, Lee Sonny to Brandy Lee DIKER, daughter of Marilyn DIKER and the late Mory DIKER. Ecstatic grandparents are Max and Sadie KATZ, Ruth and the late Lou ALLEN, Jack and Masha DIKER and Philip SHESKO and the late Esther SHESKO.

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KATZ 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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KAUFMAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-10-25 published
KAUFMAN / GOLD
Ron and Cathy KAUFMAN are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Jodi to Steven, son of Kayla Greenberg VALLIERES and Howard GOLD of Montreal. Excited siblings are Robbie KAUFMAN and Randi GOLD. Proud grandparents are Zita KAUFMAN, Frances LUSTHAUS and Laura and Irving MESHWORK.

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KAY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-12-20 published
KAY / STIRLING
Rick and Dorothy KAY are very happy to announce the marriage of their daughter, Erin KAY to Jamey STIRLING son of Bob and Shirley JONES. The beautiful wedding took place Oct.18, 2003 at Saint Anne's Parish in Saint Thomas.
We wish you both lots of love and happiness.

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KAY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-28 published
KAY, Lorna Margaret (née HAIGH) and Robert Francis
June 28th, 2008 marks the Golden Wedding Anniversary for Lorna Margaret (née HAIGH) and Robert Francis KAY. Married at Scarboro United Church in Calgary, Alberta, the couple went on to live in Edmonton, Montreal, Mississauga, Caracas, and New Jersey. Lorna and Bob are currently enjoying life back in Mississauga and at their cottage on the Bruce Peninsula. The Kay family includes three daughters: Lynn, married to Patrick McHUGH; Susan, married to George MATELICH; and Janet, married to Giacomo GELMO. Lorna and Bob are the proud grandparents of seven grandchildren who live in Roanoke, Virginia, Larchmont, New York and Mississauga, Ontario. Family and Friends wish Lorna and Bob continued good health and many more years together.

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