LESLIE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-12 published
Groom 'wins' honeymoon in B.C.
By Jim CRESSMAN, Free Press Sports Reporter
Grand Bend -- Mike LEBOLD has a lot to learn about being married.
Only minutes after his wedding yesterday, he made his first major mistake -- defeating his bride, Dawn LESLIE, in a motorcycle "grudge match."
"I did slow down, but she didn't catch up," a sheepish LEBOLD said. "(But) it's her fault because she bought me the new bike."
The Stratford couple was married on the starting line at Grand Bend Motorplex during the International Hot Rod Association Mopar Canadian Nationals.
After the nuptials, they raced, with the winner getting to choose their honeymoon destination.
Mike decided on British Columbia. Dawn wanted to go to New Orleans.
Both are racing enthusiasts. They've known each other for eight years, but it wasn't until they began dating a year ago that they learned they had a mutual interest in racing.
A friend figured because they spend so much of the summer at the quarter-mile dragstrip, getting married there made sense.
The couple wore matching full leather black racing suits. Dawn said she considered wearing traditional white, but white leather is more expensive.
"It was hot," she said of standing in front of thousands of cheering race fans in 30°C temperatures. The temperature on the track was 51°C.
Afterward, the couple held a reception for family and Friends in the parking lot. In true racing style, it was a tailgate party, with burgers and sausage on the grill.
International Hot Rod Association president Aaron POLBURN was master of ceremonies for the event.
"If Mike has any brains, he'll let her win," POLBURN said before they raced.
"He'll learn," POLBURN said afterward.

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LESLIE m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-03-19 published
Tracy WYNNE and David CLARK -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, March 19, 2005 Page M6
David Leonard CLARK was teaching romantic literature at Trent University in 1985 when he encountered a professorial dilemma. Her name was Tracy Lee WYNNE.
The self-described "gaunt, brooding young professor" was struggling to finish his doctoral dissertation and wasn't looking for distractions. He was also well aware of the thorny ethical issues that arise out of student-teacher relationships.
But Ms. WYNNE was "a vivacious, gifted undergraduate with freckles and fair hair," he recalls. "I felt there was this kind of integrity about Tracy, with real intellectual honesty, a woman brimming with intelligence. After years of dating catastrophes she seemed too good to be true."
The attraction was mutual. Almost 30 at the time, Dr. CLARK appealed to Ms. WYNNE in a way that many of her fellow students didn't.
"I have to confess I was immediately struck by David's intelligence and intensity, coupled with the kind of maturity that at the time I didn't find in my fellow 20-year-olds," Ms. WYNNE explains. "It had an infinite appeal for me."
Their ensuing relationship, a model of propriety, was confined to long walks, diverse discussions and wistful glances as they weighed their options. She could remain in his class and observe university decorum or choose another course. "When you're 20, a year seems like a long time," says Ms. WYNNE, "so I dropped the course, picked up another and didn't feel that I was compromising my education."
Eight months later, distance and finances challenged the underpinnings of their romance. Dr. CLARK moved to Connecticut after receiving a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University -- a distinction that led to "two intense years," he says, "where I threw myself into critical theory."
Ms. WYNNE, meanwhile, had run out of money and had to put her education on hold. To raise enough funds to continue, she took a job in Peterborough. "I... did the honourable work of scooping ice cream and managing a frozen-yogurt store to keep body and soul together and collect enough cash to go back to school," she says. "A helpful travel agent would tell me when I could get a flight to Hartford for $79 return, and it seemed like a king's ransom at the time."
Copious letters connected them. Mirroring a Jane Austen gallant, the sensitive Dr. CLARK has kept them. "They're an archive of what we wrote," he says. "Now, we'd be communicating by e-mail and it would just get deleted."
"We are firm believers that distance does make the heart grow fonder," Ms. WYNNE says.
But when Dr. CLARK joined the staff at McMaster University in 1988 the two took up residence together in a modest apartment in downtown Hamilton, surviving a "boiling summer" together without air conditioning. With pluck and poise Ms. WYNNE completed her undergraduate studies in English literature and history there, then began a law degree at Osgoode Hall. "I drove the life out of our tiny red Hyundai for three years," says Ms. WYNNE, "and when I graduated we moved to Toronto in 1993."
Since then, Dr. CLARK has become the commuter, travelling to Hamilton to teach English as well as supervise M.A. and Ph.D. candidates on A.I.D.S. activism. It's a topic that combines his interest in the social and cultural phenomena of disease with his desire to help some of the people he and Ms. WYNNE know "who are Human Immunodeficiency Virus-positive and struggling to live with that."
Ms. WYNNE, a partner in the boutique firm Lax O'Sullivan Scott, also takes an active interest in social issues, volunteering with Second Harvest food bank and serving on the board of the Bond Street Nursery School, which services the Regent Park community.
In their 16-year committed relationship the pair had exchanged rings and were regarded as de facto married, but as they strolled last June near Allan Gardens Ms. WYNNE was "caught off-guard" by a proposal.
Soberly, Dr. CLARK reflects on why he thought they should formalize their relationship: "So much seems to be falling apart. In a world of war and terror, we feel an ever sharpening sense of the preciousness of what we have in terms of the richness of family and Friends."
Clearly they didn't want to take each other for granted.
The sunset, the sound of tree frogs and hundreds of incandescent blooms announced the beginning of their wedding ceremony, which took place on December 29 in the British Virgin Islands.
Deputy Registrar Hugh Allington HODGE performed the nuptials before a party of eight at Toa Toa House nestled in the hills of Tortola, overlooking Sir Francis Drake's Channel.
A month later, at Canoe, the couple hosted a black-tie reception, where 140 guests sipped island-themed martinis and confections by Eat My Words, a non-profit organization whose proceeds go to Out of the Cold.
To those who still don't understand why they chose to marry after 16 years, Dr. CLARK offers this response: "A poem, Two Words: A Wedding by bp Nichol, read by Dr. Marina LESLIE at our reception is the best answer."
An excerpt reads, "There are things you have words for. Things you do not have words for. There are words that encompass all your feelings and words that encompass none..."

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LESSEM m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-02-22 published
FUTERMAN / LESSEM -- Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Ella FUTERMAN are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy FUTERMAN to Joel LESSEM, son of Mrs. Evelyn LESSEM and the late Dr. Alan LESSEM.

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LETCHER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-13 published
HAWKINS / LETCHER -- Forthcoming Marriage
Paul and Linda HAWKINS of London are delighted to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jessica HAWKINS to Austin LETCHER, son of Austin and Cathy LETCHER of Stoney Point. Ceremony to take place on January 27, 2007 at the London Delta Armouries. Best Wishes and Lots of Love

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LETHBRIDGE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-14 published
CREASER, Rev. Hugh and Alice (LETHBRIDGE) - 60th Anniversary
Congratulations!!! To our wonderful parents Rev. Hugh and Alice (LETHBRIDGE) CREASER Married 60 years ago on June 16, 1948 in Saint Paul's Cathedral, London With love and appreciation, Your proud children, Rob, Janet (Tim), Evelyn (Doug), remembering Hugh David, Your adoring grandchildren, Julia and Will

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LETROS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-29 published
LETROS, Bill and Sylvia - Happy 50th Anniversary November 29, 1953 From your two children and their families.

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LETTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-21 published
LETTON, Charlie and Lorraine - 65th Anniversary June 25, 2003
The families of Don and Marg BULLOCH, Bob and Liz LETTON, Don and Sandra LETTON, Rick and Deb LETTON congratulate their parents on 65 years of marriage and wish them many more.

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LEUENBERGER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-02 published
LASH / LEUENBERGER -- Forthcoming Marriage
Herb and Peggy LASH along with Ernie and Marianne LEUENBERGER are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Heather and Dustin. Their ceremony will take place Friday, July 14, 2006 at Precious Blood Cathedral in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

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LEUNG m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-26 published
FUNG / STENNETT -- Christina Po-Shan FUNG and Scott Paul STENNETT were united in marriage at Metropolitan United Church in Toronto on Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 2 p.m. The Reverend John Joseph MASTANDREA, minister of Metropolitan United Church officiated. The bride is the daughter of Ms. Lily CHAN of Toronto and Mr. Paul FUNG of Hong Kong. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron STENNETT of Blenheim. Maid of honour was Elka LEUNG. Bridesmaids were Phyllis CHEUNG and Juliana LEUNG. Best man was Donald WATTS. Groomsmen were Devon MALTBY and Jason PARDO. Ryleigh VANNECK was the flower girl. Oliver CHAN, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. A dinner reception was held at Atlantis Pavilions in Toronto. The bride is a Senior Project Manager at TD Bank Financial Group in Toronto. The groom is a Vice President at Richardson Partners Financial Limited in Mississauga. Following their honeymoon trip to Italy, the couple now resides in Toronto.

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LEVAC m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-30 published
LEFOR / LEVAC -- Forthcoming Marriage
We are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of Marie LEFOR and Al LEVAC. Love and best wishes from your parents, Ellen and Gary DEACTIS, Nick LEFOR and Mary Lou BLAKNEY and Norma and Giles LEVAC.

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LEVANTIS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-27 published
DEYMAN, Don and Kaye - Happy 50th Anniversary Love from Laurel, John, Aaron, Mallory, Derrick, Crystalynn LEVANTIS and John, Vicki, Kristen and Allie DEYMAN.

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LEVARNO m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-11 published
Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary, Harold and Joyce LEVARNO
Married - July 11, 1953 Love Susan

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LEVKOE m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-12-03 published
Airin Calder STEPHENS and Charles Zalman LEVKOE -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, December 3, 2005, Page M6
Airin STEPHENS and Charles LEVKOE swim with their own current of spiritual and environmental enlightenment. In November, 1997, Mr. LEVKOE was back from a three-month stint in Ghana with Youth Challenge International, an umbrella group dedicated to peace and the environment, and working in Toronto recruiting staff for another project. Candidates were to rough it at a weekend selection session where Ms. STEPHENS was a last-minute volunteer cook.
Friday evening, they broke the ice with a parlour game: Name your favourite scent. After other innocuous answers, Mr. LEVKOE proffered his choice: "Someone you love has stayed overnight, and left in the morning before you've woken up, leaving an article of clothing that smells like them." Intrigued by his candour, Ms. STEPHENS was anxious to meet him.
The next evening, "We were in tuques, mitts and warm layers around the campfire," she says. "I just started talking to this guy and we had a beautiful conversation under the moon. It was magical, but I never got his name." The next day, she saw that it was Mr. LEVKOE.
At the time, both were students and in other relationships, but remained Friends. In December, 1998, they celebrated winter solstice in the tradition of John Muir, founder of the Sierra Club: "Hiking from when the sun rises until it sets," Mr. LEVKOE says.
When their trek was over, as she drove him to his bus, an emotional arc supplanted platonic bliss. "We just looked at each other, and there was this intensity," she says. But six months later, he left for Israel on a two-year peace initiative project, and she left for an ecological study in Alberta.
Mr. LEVKOE briefly returned in February, 2000, and they snatched a week at a cabin north of Toronto. "We realized who we were, whom we wanted to live and grow old with, share and discover," she says. That summer, her visit to the Middle East reaffirmed their feelings and accelerated his return.
"We decided to prioritize our relationship and explore the rural East Coast," Ms. STEPHENS says. There, they worked hands-on while explaining the benefits of organic farming and sustainable building.
"We were together 24/7, a beautiful, simple life living on this little island off the coast of New Brunswick," she says.
But the pull of graduate school in environmental studies for Mr. LEVKOE, and teachers college for Ms. STEPHENS, found them back in Toronto. In February, the couple -- whose Friends claimed they would never marry -- reflected in an isolated cabin, once again under winter's spell. They decided to declare their love publicly in a Brit Ahavah (Covenant of Love) ceremony before family and Friends.
A private City Hall marriage on May 27 led to a celebratory August 26 weekend at the Riverstone Retreat Centre in Durham. Many of the 260 guests camped, hiked, tubed, played volleyball and shared a potluck dinner.
The ceremony, Mr. LEVKOE says, "was trying to find a way to bring together my Jewish and Airin's Ukrainian background."
After contemporary renderings of the seven blessings by Friends, co-officiants Carly STEINMAN and Suzanne GALLOWAY moved with the bridal party and the chuppah to an open field, where the entire group encircled them, holding hands. Guests planted native species in a stream restoration project before the commencement of festivities.
Ms. STEPHENS now teaches at George Harvey Collegiate Institute and Mr. LEVKOE is an urban agriculture co-ordinator at the Stop Community Food Centre.
The couple, both 30, live in a communal home.
"Recently, we invested in an organic farm where we will not be connected to the power grid," Mr. LEVKOE says. "We live our values and act on what we believe."

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LEVY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-13 published
LEVY / GRUENSTEIN -- Harold and Marlene LEVY and Sharon GRUENSTEIN and the late Henry (Hank) GRUENSTEIN are delighted to announce the engagement of their children Bianca and Michael. A June wedding is being planned.

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LEVY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-13 published
LEVY / GRUENSTEIN -- Harold and Marlene LEVY and Sharon GRUENSTEIN are delighted to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Bianca and Michael. A June wedding is being planned.

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LEWCOCK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-14 published
CLEWLEY / LEWCOCK - Forthcoming Wedding
The parents of Stephanie and Quentin are very pleased to announce their upcoming wedding.
The ceremony will take place at the Elmhurst Inn, on August 8, 2003. The happy couple will honeymoon at Walt Disney World Florida.

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LEWIN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-30 published
LEWIN / SLAUENWHITE
Mark and Brenda SLAUENWHITE of Lyons Ontario are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Andrew Christopher of Tantallon, Nova Scotia, to Sherida Laura of Sackville Nova Scotia. Daughter of Mark and Debbie LEWIN of Sackville, Nova Scotia.
A summer wedding is planned for 2005.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-10-03 published
LEWIS, Robert and Joan - 50th Wedding Anniversary
The Families of Robert and Joan LEWIS invite you to a Come and Go Tea celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary Saturday, October 13, 2007 2: 00-4:00 p.m.
Nottawa United Church Hall
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LEWIS m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-10-24 published
LEWIS, Bob and Joan - 50th Anniversary
A sincere thank you to everyone who attended our 50th anniversary party, and for all the gifts, flowers, cards, and best wishes. A special thank you to Nottawa United Church ladies, who catered and our family members who organized. It was certainly a wonderful day to remember.
- Bob and Joan
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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-17 published
55th Wedding Anniversary, Grant and Mary LEWIS
Children and grandchildren invite Friends and family to an Open House, May 31, 2003 from 1-4 p.m., Bethel Baptist Church, 264 Princess Street, Strathroy.
Best Wishes Only.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-31 published
Forthcoming Marriage GREEN / LEWIS
Our Little Angel meets her Knight in shining Armor. God will bless this celebration of love on October 25, 2003, St. Patrick's Church. Our love always to Ruel and Angela, your loving parents, Sylvenia GREEN of Hamilton and Rod and Wanda LEWIS. Special hugs and kisses from Sparky.
Welcome - Stag and Doe Friday June 6, 2003 at Connelly Hall First St.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-09 published
LEWIS / McILHARGEY
Mr. and Mrs. Larry LEWIS and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McILHARGEY are pleased to announce the Forthcoming Marriage of their children Leanne and Chris
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church,
August 16, 2003 at 2: 30 pm.
Open reception at 10: 00 pm. L.C.C.
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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-30 published
LEWIS, Fred and Joanne - Happy 35th Anniversary
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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-26 published
LEWIS, Ruth and Gerry - 60th Wedding Anniversary
March 26, 1945 - 2005
Congratulations and best wishes on your 60th Anniversary.
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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-07-30 published
ALDRIDGE / LEWIS -- Engagement Announcement
With great pleasure John and Judi OLIVER of Grand Bend along with Lenny ALDRIDGE of London and Steve and Kathy HOWE of Bayfield wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Shaun ALDRIDGE to Sarah LEWIS.
The wedding will take place summer of 2006 in Bayfield.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-12-10 published
LEWIS / RIDDELL -- Marriage Announcement
The families of Fred LEWIS of Denfield and Lillus RIDDELL of Granton would like to announce the marriage of their parents. The wedding took place on Friday December 2, 2005. Best wishes to the happy couple. Love from your families.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-22 published
LEWIS, Tom and Edna - Happy 50th Anniversary
July 21st, 2006
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LEWIS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-30 published
LEWIS / DEWAN
Jim and Susanne DEWAN are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Danielle to Mark LEWIS of Burlington, Ontario, son of Rick and Eileen LELONEK. Love and best wishes from both families.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2007-09-28 published
LEWIS, Robert and Joan - 50th Wedding Anniversary
The Families of Robert and Joan LEWIS invite you to a Come and Go Tea celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary Saturday October 13, 2007 2: 00-4:00 p.m. Nottawa United Church Best Wishes Only
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LEWIS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-02-19 published
Meghan CHERRY and Jeremy BAKER -- Match
Saturday, February 19, 2005 - Page M4
Travel ardour, restless curiosity and affection for cottage life not only shaped Meghan McINTYRE CHERRY, but were also a conduit to romance with Jeremy David BAKER.
Endowed with those same touchstones, Mr. BAKER, after graduation from Wilfrid Laurier University, ventured to the Netherlands to explore his roots. "I was lucky enough to get a job," he says, "and it kept me there a couple of years."
Meanwhile, Ms. CHERRY donned a backpack after her third year at Carleton University in April of 1999 and trekked to Europe with a friend's directive, "You have to stay with my friend Jeremy."
When she arrived, with scarcely time for introductions, he was off for the weekend. Graciously, his roommate hosted Ms. CHERRY, but it was Mr. BAKER who had seeped into her psyche, and she suggested that he visit her cottage in Ontario that summer.
The CHERRY family had summered on Boshkung Lake in Haliburton for three generations. "My dad had me up on skis since 4," Ms. CHERRY says, adding that her parents, as part of a water-skiing troupe from the lake, had skiied through Ontario's lake and lock system to present a baton-enclosed letter from Toronto's mayor at the opening of Montreal's Expo 67.
Other halcyon cottage memories she recalls are of her "Auntie Zena" CHERRY, The Globe and Mail's legendary society columnist, who died in 2000. "She spent many summers at the cottage. There were singsongs, campfires, hot rum toddies and ukulele-playing. Those were the good old days for my grandparents."
Her aunt's fabled advice, "Marry your best friend, someone you enjoy spending time with and just being around," would prove prophetic when an intrigued Mr. BAKER accepted Ms. CHERRY's invitation in the summer of 1999.
He discovered that they shared the kinetic thrill of water and snow sports. As a child, he had braved the perilous waves of Lake Simcoe at his family cottage to become a pro on the catamaran. While his father had him downhill skiing as a youngster, Ms. CHERRY, now a part-time instructor, was bused every Saturday to Blue Mountain for skiing lessons.
Encouraged by how complementary their skills were, Mr. BAKER returned for a brief December visit. He suggested that they navigate Europe together in the summer of 2000, following her anticipated graduation. Her aunt's advice resonated as Ms. CHERRY fused Friendship with adventure and headed off to explore with cavalier Mr. BAKER, thoughts of marriage on the back burner.
"One of my favourite places was mystical Turkey," Ms. CHERRY says. They also visited her relatives in Ireland, where they stayed in a thatched cottage and had "the real Irish experience." Then, paragliding and rafting in the Swiss Alps, the two began "to depend on one another," she says, and returned together to Toronto a committed couple.
"We didn't have a typical courting period," says Mr. BAKER, now an operations manager in Toronto for Prometric Inc., his employer in the Netherlands. "And although we were close, it took us a while to get to know each other."
After a brief stint in marketing communications, Ms. CHERRY took a postgraduate practicum in special-events management at Humber College and is now a trip director for the Wynford Group.
The couple, both 30, travel extensively as part of their work, so Ms. CHERRY was not surprised in January, 2004, when Mr. BAKER took her to dinner at the Doctor's House in Kleinburg on the pretext that his employer had suggested a compensatory dinner for his excessive travel. He then spirited her to Collingwood, where in a letter he recounted the joy of their shared experiences, expressed his love and proposed.
Their nuptials at Saint John's Anglican Church in York Mills on October 24 conjured much "sentiment" for Ms. CHERRY, as Revs. Mary LEWIS and Hollis HISCOCK officiated. She had been baptized and confirmed and had taught nursery and Sunday school there.
After their reception at the Old Mill in Toronto's west end, the newlyweds boldly tackled the 125-metre-deep Blue Hole, pioneered by Jacques Cousteau, 100 kilometres off Belize. The difficult and dangerous dive is not for the faint of heart. The couple dove 40 metres down, along a sheer wall until it opened into a huge water-filled cave. "It feels like you're entering a Gothic cathedral with its massive stalactites and stalagmites," the new Mrs. BAKER says. Playing down the danger, she adds, "Gorgeous grey reef sharks dropped down the wall to see us, and we swam with them."
A week later in Belize, accompanied by a solitary guide, the pair tested new limits. With only headlamps, they swam, crawled and climbed, water up to their necks, oxygen reduced, to the Actun Tunichil Muknal (Cave of the Crystal Sepulchre), a restricted, technically vulnerable, sacrificial Mayan cave site. Exhilarated, they stopped to reflect in the eerie blackness, skeletons nearby, the bride says. "We were holding hands, listening to the waterfalls, headlights off."
After facing that abyss, new-home construction in Stouffville seems tame.

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LEWIS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-14 published
GOLBERG / COBURN -- Hersh and Bibi GOLBERG, and Garry and beloved Sue COBURN are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Beth and Brian. Proud grandparent are Roz and Maury LEWIS, Joe and beloved Aida GOLBERG, Della and Arnold COBURN, Mihaly and beloved Margit NAGY. Proud siblings are Liana, Jared, and Michael.

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LEWIS 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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