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KIDD m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-19 published
KIDD, Bernice and Keith - 60th Wedding Anniversary
Bernice and Keith KIDD of Peterborough, Ontario will be celebrating their Diamond Wedding Anniversary on June 19th, 2008. Mom and Pop, Nana and Papa, with blessings and love, your family wishes you a very happy, healthy 60th!

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KIDDER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-02-15 published
Happy 1st Anniversary, Jerry and Maureen KIDDER

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KILBY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-10-29 published
Christine Mary SHALABY and Michael Donohoe KILBY -- Match
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, October 29, 2005, Page M6
Emerging lawyers Christine SHALABY and Michael KILBY could argue a case for their relationship either way. If common interests, lifestyle and family values are the ties that bind, the pair share a virtual bounty; yet the paradox that opposites attract also fits their parameters.
Their families are complementary: Stocked with teachers and engineers, as well as twins -- including Mr. KILBY. And Ms. SHALABY, whose parents had emigrated from Egypt more than three decades ago, was born in St. Joseph's Hospital, as was the father of Mr. KILBY, who is of Scottish descent. Furthermore, Mr. KILBY's mother, Helen DONOHOE, remembers of her son, "As a child, Michael's burning ambition was to be an Egyptologist; he still treasures his King Tut pencil case." And, she adds, "Christine, with an ear for languages, has studied and perfected subtle Scottish regional accents."
In the Honours Arts and Science program at McMaster University in 1999, living with housemates off campus, the pair seemed polar opposites. "I'm a bit of an introvert, quite quiet," Mr. KILBY says. "Christine had no trouble standing up in school and singing an impromptu song, or talking to anyone randomly on the street. I wouldn't be so bold. She was someone very different from me [whom] I was attracted to."
"Mike is a good listener, extremely intelligent, always has another angle, and new insights, not ever predictable, which is exciting for me," notes Ms. SHALABY.
With a first kiss in March of 2001, their Friendship veered into romance. Concerned things might spiral out of control, they moved into different residences. "I did not feel it would be appropriate for us to live together and continue seeing each other," Ms. SHALABY says. "We are both fairly traditional people with a sense of propriety."
Upon graduation the next year, he began law school at the University of Toronto and, before eventually following suit, Ms. SHALABY chose a year's sojourn at her parents' Mississauga home. "I was a bit of a tourist, visited Europe, relatives in Egypt, and improved my spoken Arabic at [Cairo's] Kalimat School," she says.
"E-mail correspondence, where you can be very honest because you are not face to face, probably prompted us along," she admits, but she still managed to rendezvous with Mr. KILBY. "We visited by car, train, subway, and knew a lot of different routes to get to each other. We had a lovely year."
About that time, the pair began earnestly attending Walmer Road Baptist Church. "This is not a dogmatic, conservative church," Ms. SHALABY says. "It's more liberal and welcoming. There is a lot of diversity in belief, culture and age." It appealed to her Presbyterian and his United Church sensibilities.
Touring Scotland in June, 2003, was pivotal for the pair, who are now 25. "I visited and met Mike's relatives and stayed with his grandparents in Edinburgh," Ms. SHALABY recalls. "We had talked about getting married, but I think that probably sealed it for us."
When Mr. KILBY took Ms. SHALABY to visit the Power Plant gallery, she was hopeful: "He was fidgeting in his pocket and I thought for sure this was it." When he produced his wallet, her heart sank.
The gallery featured a John Kormeling installation, Mobile Fun -- a working, 30-metre Ferris wheel constructed to carry passengers in one of four mounted Saab automobiles. Over a couple of circuits, their auto and his courage soared. He produced the engagement ring, designed by Christian HASLER of Yorkville. "We came on as two single people, and got off engaged," Ms. SHALABY says.
On hearing the news, his fiancée's tightly knit phalanx of relatives humorously asked Mr. KILBY whether he had seen My Big Fat Greek Wedding. "It would be a useful primer for what lay ahead," laughs Mr. KILBY, slightly taken aback by the grandeur of wedding preparations. "I ended up making a chart of Christine's family and kind of knew who people were before I shook their hand."
On August 13, at Walmer Road Baptist Church, a piper greeted the 270 attendees. The pastoral officiants, Steve and Buff COX, greeted bridesmaids in eggplant dupioni silk cocktail dresses belted and hemmed in lime green, groomsmen in tuxedos with lime ties, the kilted bridegroom, best man, and the bride, gowned in an ivory silk Valencienne creation wearing pearls like an inverted pyramid. Three-year-old ring bearer Lucas GRUBB, from Edinburgh, handed a traditional horseshoe to the couple to capture good luck. Classical organist Imre Olah provided background music. Then at the register signing, Mr. KILBY's brother Scott, lead singer with the rock band Zeitgeist, sang David Francey's Come Rain or Come Shine, accompanied by piano and guitar.
The Liberty Grand reception livened up as Scotsmen -- many in kilts for the first time -- craned their necks at women, including the bride, gyrating with belly dancing moves during the Arabic music mix. Mr. KILBY was handed a cane and, prompted by his new wife, attempted the Saiidi dance.
Winner of McMaster's Hurd Medal for the highest mark in undergraduate economics, Mr. KILBY is articling at Stikeman Elliot LLP. Ms. SHALABY, who will finish her law degree this year, volunteers at the Barbara Schlifer Commemorative Clinic for women survivors of violence. "It's nice to be able to use law in a meaningful way," she says.
It is also, perhaps, a hint of their future. "We don't know where we will end up or what we will do," Ms. SHALABY says. "But we hope we'll end up as a family making a meaningful contribution."

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KILGORE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-17 published
Anna and Fred KILGORE, 25th Wedding Anniversary
Has it been a dream?
Then don't wake me for it is a dream I would gladly dream for another thousand years and more.
Love Fred

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KILLBY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-13 published
KILLBY, Bob and Betty - 50th Wedding Anniversary
August 13, 2005
Wishing you many more years of health and happiness.
Love Rick and Nancy, Kirk and Karen, Carrie and Brian, Matthew, Tabitha, Colin, Amanda, Ryan.

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KILLBY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-17 published
MILLION / KILLBY -- Forthcoming Marriage
Gerald and Ramona MILLION of Stratford together with Richard and Dawn KILLBY of Huron Park are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Elizabeth Claire MILLION and Daniel Phillip KILLBY. The ceremony will take place on Saturday September 24, 2005, at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Stratford.

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KILLBY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-12-10 published
KILLBY, Wilfred and Jessie - 60th Anniversary
There will be an Open House for Wilfred and Jessie at 199 William Street, Exeter on Saturday, December 17th, between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Best wishes only.

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KILLEEN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-02 published
WADDELL, Norma (née KILLEEN) and Ivan - 50th Wedding Anniversary
November 2, 1957 Lots of love from, your children, their spouses, and your grandchildren.

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KILLELEAGH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-02 published
KILLELEAGH, Brad and Kathy - Happy 25th Anniversary
Brad and Kathy, as well as their three children, recently celebrated their anniversary by enjoying a vacation in Hawaii. They had a fabulous time and are excited about going again in the near future. Family were also invited to a night of celebration at the 7 Dwarfs this past Sunday. Thank you to all those who shared this special day with us. Love and best wishes Brad and Kathy from your family

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KILMER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-10-18 published
KILMER / SKINNER - Forthcoming Marriage
Yvonne KILMER of London is happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Jenny KILMER to Randall SKINNER, son of Myron and Carol SKINNER, London. The wedding will take place Saturday, October 25, 2003, 3: 30 p.m. at New Covenant Assembly.

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KIM m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-26 published
Forthcoming Marriage - REITSMA / KIM
Mr. and Mrs. Dave REITSMA of Saint Thomas are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Steven to Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chun-Sik KIM of London.
The wedding will take place September 2003 in London. Best Wishes and love from the family.

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KIM m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-10-08 published
Mia KIM and Scott Thomas SINGER -- Match:
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, October 8, 2005, Page M4
Scott Thomas SINGER was a member of an endangered fellowship, that of the company man. Yet, unlike the snap, crackle and pop of the signature brand he managed, his personal life had all the verve of cornflakes. On graduating from York University in 2002, Mr. SINGER continued with Kellogg Canada Inc., where he had worked part-time for three years, but his progress came at a social cost. "I spent so much time at work that my father would always say, 'Don't worry, one day you will meet someone there,' Mr. SINGER recalls.
Soon, a harbinger of change appeared when Queen's University graduate Mia KIM, a new assistant brand manager, joined the breakfast club. "[She was] similar in age to me. We became instantaneous good Friends and started going for lunches," Mr. SINGER says.
Ms. KIM was home alone on New Year's Eve, 2002, recuperating from a car accident, when he called near midnight. A five-hour exchange led to a first date seeing Gangs of New York. Later, Ms. KIM would admit its length, not its content, held the appeal as she wanted to maximize their time together.
"We had such a close bond so fast," Mr. SINGER says, "I wanted to take her away just two weeks after we had been dating and Valentine's Day seemed perfect." The trip would be a surprise, and he gave her a series of envelopes in sequence with clues to the highlights: destination (New York), hotel (the Plaza), a Broadway show (The Producers), and so on.
Ms. KIM's friend Susan JACKMAN recalls the long e-mail she received soon after the pair came home. "The way she was talking, it felt like a commitment was formed early on," Ms. JACKMAN says.
The inseparable twosome began playing golf and driving together to and from work.
Family was paramount to him, and he valued that trait in others, embracing the tandem of Ms. KIM and her mother. "They came as a package," friend Nina KIM (no relation) says. "Her mother loves him, cooks Korean food for him, and he... calls her 'mother-in-law' in Korean." A passion for cottage life further linked the pair. "Being able to spend weekends at my parents' cottage means so much to me that I think this is one of the reasons we fit so well," Mr. SINGER says.
On the way to the cottage, they had often admired St. George's Anglican Church on the edge of Lake Simcoe. Mr. SINGER chose it as the site of his Thanksgiving, 2004, proposal.
However, concerned the church's Fall Flower Festival would bring a deluge of visitors and usurp the moment, Mr. SINGER roused Ms. KIM at 7 a.m. on the pretext of driving to town for a newspaper and paused at the tiny church.
A sole parishioner left, giving the couple a rare solitude in the autumnal air of the church. "We sat down in the front pew, I put my arm around her and decided not to think of what I'd say until the moment because I wanted it straight from the heart," Mr. SINGER says.
On September 22, after a rehearsal dinner, the couple donned Korean wedding attire for a ceremony in which parents and grandparents knelt and offered advice. Chestnuts representing girls and dates for boys, predicting their future bounty, were tossed into a shawl held by the pair.
Two days later, at the Rosedale Golf Club, guests with loot bags topped by Rice Krispie squares boarded buses and settled in to view Father of the Bride as they motored to St. George's Anglican Church. The bridesmaids appeared like fall foliage in burnt orange, yellow and fuchsia replications of a vintage Oscar de la Renta design. The dewy bride, 27, dressed in a Vera Wang creation, approached the altar, where Reverend Robin HEADER wed the couple.
The newlyweds live near Lawrence and Mount Pleasant. Mr. SINGER, 25, ponders new product innovation at Kellogg and Ms. KIM determines what promotional surprises to hide in our cereal.

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KIMMERLY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-21 published
KIMMERLY / DEAN -- Marriage Announcement
Pat and Wayne KIMMERLY are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Amanda to Brian, son of Pat Dean, and David and Maggie DEAN all of London. The wedding was held on May 31st 2008 at the Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas, Nevada. Brian and Amanda are now residing in Windsor and we wish them well as they start their new life together.

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KINBERGER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-14 published
KINBERGER, Ed and Judy - Happy 25th Wedding Anniversary
Love from your family.

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KINDOPP m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-19 published
MARTENS / KINDOPP
Peter and Jackie MARTENS of Lucan, Ontario are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Andrew to Lindsay, daughter of Byron and Darlene KINDOPP of Red Deer, Alberta. The wedding will take place on Saturday, October 8, 2005 in Red Deer, Alberta.

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KINDREE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-19 published
KINDREE, Walt and Darlene - 40th Wedding Anniversary
Come Celebrate Walt and Darlene KINDREE's 40th Wedding Anniversary
Open House at Seniors Centre,
525 Hamilton Rd., London, On, Sun. February 27, 2005 from 2-4pm.
Love from John, Ron, Bob, Beth, Jake, Becky and families.

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KING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-01-23 published
KING / VAN_ALSTINE -- Buck and Doe
Mike KING and Angela VANALSTINE
Saturday February 2rd, 2008 Dundalk Community Centre 9: 00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Door Prizes - Games - 50/50 Draw
$10/person, $15/couple *No Minors
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KING m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-01-23 published
KING / VAN_ALSTINE -- Forthcoming Marriage
Michael John KING and Angela Marie VAN_ALSTINE would like to announce their forthcoming marriage together with their parents John and Cathy KING, Dundalk and Barb HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON- CRAIG, Durham and the late Leonard VAN_ALSTINE.
Their wedding will take place on March 1, 2008 at The Falls Inn, Walters Falls.
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KING m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-10-20 published
KING, John and Honey - Wedding
We would like to thank everyone who helped celebrate our very special day Saturday, September 23, 2006. Thanks to our grandchildren: Zac, Rachel, Brandon Joey, Damn, Emma, Carter, Lucas, for their special jobs in our Wedding Party. Thankyou to our families, Friends, neighbours for the wedding gifts and donations to charities Thanks go to Lynnie KING, Rick DIELEMAN and our children who made this day so wonderful.
- John and Honey.
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KING m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-06-11 published
Barbara MADAHBEE KING
is pleased to announce the wedding of her son Patrick KING
to Jean HUNTER on July 5, 2003

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KING m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-14 published
KING, Evelyn (SHRUBSOLE) and Don - 60th Wedding Anniversary
Evelyn and Don were married September 14, 1946 at Christ Church in Lakeside. Congratulations, with love from your family.

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KING m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-06-11 published
Gay marriage is legalized
Ontario appeal court rewrites law, says couples must be given licences
Activists are ecstatic, Ottawa faces tight deadline to decide on appeal
KLEIN rejects ruling, says he'll invoke notwithstanding clause in Alberta
By Kirk MAKIN Justice Reporter; With reports from Mark HUME in Kelowna, and Canadian Press Wednesday, June 11, 2003 - Page A1
The exclusion of gays from the institution of marriage is illogical, offensive and unjustifiable, the Ontario Court of Appeal said yesterday in a historic judgment that makes same-sex marriages legal for the first time in Canada.
The ruling took effect immediately in Ontario -- two gay men were married yesterday in a Toronto court -- increasing the pressure on the federal government to consider legislation on same-sex unions or go to the Supreme Court. A decision on the latter option must be made by June 30.
Alberta Premier Ralph KLEIN boosted the stakes further, saying his province is not about to recognize same-sex marriages as legal, and will invoke the notwithstanding clause of the Constitution to override any court ruling recognizing a right to such marriages.
"If there is any move to sanctify and legalize same-sex marriages, we will use the notwithstanding clause, period, end of story," Mr. KLEIN said at the Western Premiers Conference in Kelowna, B.C.
The Ontario court methodically dismantled every argument made before it in support of heterosexual-only marriages. It refused even to permit a grace period for Ontario to bring its laws into conformity with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Courts in British Columbia and Quebec have also struck down marriage laws, but gave the governments time to rewrite their legislation.
The Ontario judges said denying same-sex marriage is tantamount to declaring homosexuals a lesser order of being, helping to perpetuate an impression that gays and lesbians are incapable of forming loving relationships.
"A purpose that demeans the dignity of same-sex couples is contrary to the values of a free and democratic society and cannot be pressing and substantial," said Chief Justice Roy McMURTRY, Mr. Justice James MacPHERSON and Madam Justice Eileen GILLESE.
"Same-sex couples are capable of forming long, lasting, loving and intimate relationships. A law that prohibits same-sex couples from marrying does not accord with the needs, capacities and circumstances of same-sex couples."
The judges ordered Toronto's city clerk and the provincial registrar-general to issue and accept marriage licences for two couples married under the Christian tradition of publication of banns in 2001 -- Joe VARNELL and Kevin BOURASSA; and Elaine and Anne VAUTOUR -- making them the first gay marriages in the country.
Henceforth, the court ordered the definition of marriage in Ontario to be "the voluntary union for life of two persons to the exclusion of all others."
The ruling was the culmination of decades of strategic prodding by gay couples, associations and legal activists. All were ecstatic yesterday over the strength of the Ontario ruling.
"This is why people come to Canada," said Michael LESHNER, who married his partner, Michael STARK, within hours of the ruling. "They marvel at our values. We have sent an unmistakable message that love can conquer all."
"It's a momentous day," said Kyle RAE, a gay Toronto city councillor. "It is a great day for equality in Canada."
A lawyer for the couples, Martha McCARTHY, predicted many more marriages in the days ahead, while the federal government ponders a possible appeal. "The more marriages we get, the more inevitable this is," she said in an interview. "The time to be right is ripe, as Martin Luther KING would say."
Courts in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec have now overturned marriage laws. But the rulings in British Columbia and Quebec did not take effect immediately because they allowed governments until mid-2004 to redraft the laws.
A final clash is now possible before a Supreme Court of Canada bench that has steadily established a reputation for defending gay rights. The federal government has only until June 30 to decide whether to appeal the British Columbia ruling. The Liberal government is also expecting a report this week from a parliamentary committee examining same-sex marriage.
Prime Minister Jean CHRÉTIEN said yesterday Justice Minister Martin CAUCHON is looking at the judgment along with the other rulings, and said it is too early to know whether it will be appealed.
Mr. CAUCHON said Ottawa recognizes it must move quickly toward a "national solution" to the same-sex debate.
"We see the direction that the courts are taking now," Mr. CAUCHON said after a cabinet meeting. "I'm asking for a little bit of time to look at the decision and to come back with a statement."
The Ontario Court of Appeal was not in a mood for patience, and it was not willing to run the risk that provincial legislators would devise wording to circumvent their ruling.
"A temporary suspension allows a state of affairs that has been found to violate standards embodied in the Charter to persist for a time despite the violation," the court said.
It also pointed out that were it simply to render the entire law invalid, gay people would be vulnerable to the wrath of heterosexuals who found themselves temporarily denied the benefits of marriage.
The decision rested on the constitutional right to equality and emphasized the "dignity" of individuals.
Launched by eight same-sex couples, the litigation had targeted a common-law definition of marriage as a union between "one man and one woman." The couples won their challenge in Ontario's Divisional Court, but it, too, suspended its ruling for two years.
Yesterday, the Court of Appeal specifically rejected arguments that procreation is an integral pillar of marriage.
"Same-sex couples can choose to have children through adoption, surrogacy and donor insemination," the judges reasoned. "Importantly, procreation and child-rearing are not the only purposes of marriage, or the only reason why couples choose to marry. The opposite-sex requirement in marriage is not rationally connected to the encouragement of procreation and child-rearing."
They said government lawyers offered mere speculation instead of proof to show why the exclusion of same-sex marriages was a valid social objective -- and that the definition of marriage was far from a minimal infringement.
What Canadian think about gay issues
The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled yesterday that the right to marry should be extended to same-sex couples.
Recent surveys have produced the following results:
Do you support or oppose gay marriage?
Support Oppose
Males (18-34) 61.2% 33.9%
Females (18-34) 69.2% 22.2%
If the Supreme Court of Canada said that the federal government had to give gays and lesbians the right to be married, do you think that the government should or should not use its power to overrule the court's decision?
Should Should not
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees equal rights for women and ethnic and religious minorities and other groups. In your opinion, should the Charter also guarantee rights for gays and lesbians?
Yes No
Note: Graphic does not include respondents who did not know or who refused to answer.
source: Centre For Research And Information On Canada

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KING m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-18 published
KING, Cliff and Gladys - Happy 60th Wedding Anniversary! September 18th, 2003 Love from Your Family!

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KINGDON m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-02-22 published
Yvonne KINGDON of Thistletown and Weston, Ontario, married Paul BEAUMONT of England on February 21, 1953 in The Thistletown United Church. Congratulations on your 50th Anniversary from the family.

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KINGMA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
KINGMA, Marten and Antje - Happy 65th Anniversary
May 17, 1940-2005
Mr. and Mrs. KINGMA reside at Shalom Manor, 12 Bartlett Ave, Grimsby, Ontario (Room 123) L3M 4N5.
An Open House will be held in their honour at Mountainview Christian Reform Church, 290 Main Street E, Grimsby, on Sat. May 28, 2005 from 2-4 p.m.

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KINGMA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
KINGMA, Marten and Antje - Happy 65th Anniversary
May 17, 1940-2005
Mr. and Mrs. KINGMA reside at Shalom Manor, 12 Bartlett Ave, Grimsby, Ontario (Room 123) L3M 4N5.
An Open House will be held in their honour at Mountainview Christian Reform Church, 290 Main St. E, Grimsby, on Sat. May 28, 2005 from 2-4 p.m.

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KINGSLEY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-25 published
Joanna Christine SHEPPARD and Bethan Claire KINGSLEY -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Page M6
When Joanna SHEPPARD, a graduate student at Brock University in St. Catharines, promised to find lodging for a work-placement visitor from England, she never dreamed that place would be in her heart.
Bethan KINGSLEY, a student in sports and recreation development at Leeds Metropolitan University, arrived at Brock in January, 2004, just as Ms. SHEPPARD returned from an academic conference in Australia -- having forgotten all about the promise she had made.
"I went running into the office, and said if you need a place to stay or anything, I have a car," she recalls.
A Friendship flourished as they chummed together with other students, and there was "a quick connection," Ms. SHEPPARD adds. Then, when Ms. KINGSLEY's sister visited and the three of them made a trip to Niagara Falls, "we felt there was more." But they were considerate of other existing relationships.
After six weeks Ms. KINGSLEY returned to England, where a plethora of calls and e-mail confirmed ardent feelings on both sides.
On Ms. KINGSLEY's return to Canada the following summer, to work at a Young Men's Christian Association camp, both women were "single and free." Aware of the pitfalls of e-enchantment, however, Ms. KINGSLEY arrived steeled for a moment of truth.
"What if I had created a Joanna who wasn't the real person, and she had done the same?" she remembers thinking, and yet… "When we saw each other at the airport, we knew."
"We hugged and kissed," Ms. SHEPPARD emotes. "Everybody could have been staring at us…" But for the two of them it seemed as if there was no one else around.
The duo was almost inseparable for two weeks, until suddenly Ms. KINGSLEY felt they needed a breather. "I finished work, decided to go home, not see Jo and do something else," she remembers, but fate would have no part of that. As she cycled home that day, a tumble left her scraped, bruised -- and summoning Ms. SHEPPARD. "She came round to my place, and I never tried it again," Ms. KINGSLEY explains with a chuckle.
That summer, the couple motored through Southern Ontario and then headed to Montreal. According to Ms. SHEPPARD, they "camped out and did all the touristy things. It was nice to sit beside the fire not having to say anything."
In November, 2004, Ms. SHEPPARD made a quick jaunt to visit Ms. KINGSLEY, who had returned to Leeds to complete her studies. The two visited with family, took in some rugby and enjoyed a Paris weekend. "It was exciting for me to see how Bethan lived [in England] and what she was about," Ms. SHEPPARD says.
Ms. KINGSLEY was exactly the Anne of Green Gables kindred spirit that Ms. SHEPPARD's mother had often fantasized about for her daughter. The following May, upon graduation, Ms. KINGSLEY joined Ms. SHEPPARD here again.
Labour Day, 2005, on the beach in Port Dalhousie, Ms. SHEPPARD resolved the nuances of a proposal without melodramatics. "It was pretty much, who was going to start talking first. I started, proposed… She said yes."
Now 22, Ms. KINGSLEY is a teaching assistant at Brock, where she begins a master's degree this fall.
Ms. SHEPPARD, 26, who has a string of academic awards, is pursuing a PhD in education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. This April, under the auspices of the Scotiabank Champions for Health Promoting Schools, she will accompany a team of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education students, including Ms. KINGSLEY, to the Caribbean to participate in a collaborative "healthier-living" project with local school and community leaders.
On February 17, at the Old Mill, Ms. KINGSLEY wore a gold silk gown from Chinatown and Ms. SHEPPARD dressed in brown tweed to exchange their vows before the Rev. Tina GABRIEL and 42 guests. "It's comforting every time I look into Bethan's eyes. I look into her soul and can feel everything she's feeling," says the former Ms. SHEPPARD.
The couple has taken the surname KINGSLEY- SHEPPARD.

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KINNEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-06 published
KINNEY / RYAN
Rick and Nita KINNEY along with Danny and Veronica RYAN are pleased to announce the marriage of their children Hazelynn and John.
The wedding will take place today, September 6, 2003 at Museum London.
Congratulations.
The couple will reside in Milton, Ontario.

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KINSMAN m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-10-31 published
KINSMAN, Clarence and Alma - 60th Anniversary
Clarence and Alma KINSMAN celebrated their 60th anniversary this year at Glenelg Baptist Church on a lovely September afternoon. Family and Friends enjoyed dinner and shared memories of the couple's wedding day at Balmy Beach, September 27, 1947. With Love and Prayers from Wayne, Jim, Lucille, Gary, Debbie and families.
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KINSMAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-01 published
VAN ZANDEN / KINSMAN -- Marriage Announcement
With joyful hearts, the families of Sara VAN ZANDEN and David Lloyd KINSMAN announce the marriage of their children on April 5, 2006 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Friends and family are invited to wish them well at an Open House from 2-4 p.m. at Komoka United Church, 110 St. Lawrence Ave, Komoka, Ontario. Light snacks will be served

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KINSMAN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-08 published
VAN ZANDEN / KINSMAN -- Marriage Announcement
With joyful hearts, the families of Sara VAN ZANDEN and David Lloyd KINSMAN announce the marriage of their children on April 5, 2006 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Friends and family are invited to wish them well at an Open House Sunday, April 9th from 2-4 p.m. at Komoka United Church, 110 St. Lawrence Ave, Komoka Ontario. Light snacks will be served

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KIPP m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-12 published
Happy 40th Anniversary, Joan and Harold KIPP
Joan and Harold KIPP will celebrate their 40th Anniversary Sunday, July 13, 2003.
Love from Joe and Nancy and family.

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KIRK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-30 published
KIRK, Scott and Ann (REID) - Happy 25th Anniversary
Sept. 2, 2003
Love from the girls, family and Friends.

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KIRK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-06 published
GODDARD, Hanna and Art - 25th Anniversary Celebration
Open House Saturday, September 20/03
2 until 8 p.m.at the home of Gina and Brian KIRK
1030 Shelborne Place, London.
Best Wishes only.
Love your family.

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KIRK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-13 published
GODDARD, Hanna and Art - 25th Anniversary Celebration
Open House Saturday, September 20/03 2 until 8 p.m.at the home of Gina and Brian KIRK
1030 Shelborne Place, London.
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KIRKPATRICK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-23 published
KIRKPATRICK, Rick and Pat - Happy 35th Wedding Anniversary
August 23, 1968
Pat, Thanks for 35 wonderful years
Love Rick

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KIRSCHNER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-04 published
KIRSCHNER/ RYBAK
Max and the late Janet KIRSCHNER and Sandy and Jack RYBAK announce the engagement of their children Heidi and Brian. Thrilled grandparents are Sarah GOLD, Eva WARHAFT and Sarah and Maylech RYBAK. Excited siblings are Robyn, Mitchell, Jason, Lori and Lisa. Sadly missed at this time are Morris GOLD, Artur, Anna and Dora KIRSCHNER and Hymie WARHAFT.

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KIRSCHNER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-11 published
KIRSCHNER / RYBAK -- Max and the late Janet KIRSCHNER and Sandy and Jack RYBAK announce the engagement of their children Heidi and Brian. Thrilled grandparents are Sarah GOLD, Eva WARHAFT and Sarah and Maylech RYBAK. Excited siblings are Robyn, Mitchell, Jason, Lori and Lisa. Sadly missed at this time are Morris GOLD, Artur, Anna and Dora KIRSCHNER and Hymie WARHAFT.

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KIRSHENBLATT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-07 published
BLIMAN/ WEISMAN
-- Jules and Shellie BLIMAN, Stanley and Eileen WEISMAN, and Sandra RODNEY are thrilled to announce the engagement of their children, Robin and Scott. Proud grandmother is Jean KIRSHENBLATT. Excited siblings are Michelle, Beth, Thea and Frank, and Jeff. Sadly missed are grandparents Harry KIRSHENBLATT, Max and Rae BLIMAN, Aube and Miriam WEISMAN, and Bella RODNEY.

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KIRSHNER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-01 published
KIRSHNER / BAER -- Sylvia and Lou KIRSHNER are proud to announce the engagement of their 3rd daughter Michelle to Ian son of Bonnie and Rick BAER. Mozel tov from Bubie Ruth KIRSHNER, siblings and spouses. Sadly missed at this time are Max and Esther SHAPIRO, Meyer KIRSHNER, Leo and Sadye JACOBS and Sam and Isabel BAER.

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KIRTON m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-12 published
KIRTON, David and Simone - 60th Wedding Anniversary Sept 12, 1943 - September 12, 2003 Congratulations to David and Simone KIRTON Of Port Elgin, Ontario From their children David (& Cheryl,) John (& Marlene), Wanda (& Marshall), 8 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. With love and best wishes for many more wonderful years together.

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KISIN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-08 published
KISIN / MARCHAND -- Engagement
Darla RHYNE and Alex KISIN are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter Eugenia Carol KISIN - to - Christopher Anthony MARCHAND, son of Frances DOUVILLE and Joseph MARCHAND. The wedding will take place next summer in Vancouver.|

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KITTO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-06 published
KITTO, Brad and Jackie - Happy 25th

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