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PICCIUTO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-19 published
Happy 40th Wedding Anniversary, Salvatore and Teresa PICCIUTO
April 20, 1963-2003
Mom and Dad, congratulations on your special day! With love, from your family, Anthony, Jeanette, Liz and Marc, Maria and Ian, and from your dear grandchildren Kandace, Kyle and Jessica.

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PICHIE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-17 published
PICHIE, Rosella and Norm - 40th Anniversary
We would like to invite family and Friends to an Open House in celebration of Mom and Dad's Anniversary. The Open House will take place Saturday May 24th at the Donneybrook Legion, 1227 Donneybrook Drive, Dorchester beginning at 7 p.m. Best Wishes Only and we would like this to be a Scent Free event.

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PICKARD m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-26 published
Engagement Announcement - YANCHUS / PICKARD
Terry and Nelda YANCHUS and Mark and LuAnn PICKARD along with their families are thrilled to announce the engagement of Lee-Anne & Bryce.
The wedding will take place in London on July 10, 2004 at Colborne St. United Church.

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PICKEN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-12 published
PICKEN / MacKEAN
Robert (Bob) Allan PICKEN (son of Bob PICKEN Sr. and Theresa BLACK) and Nena Christine MacKEAN (daughter of Jim MacKEAN and Kelly MacNAUGHTON) are pleased to announce their forthcoming marriage on October 4, 2003.
Their Stag and Doe will be held on Friday July 18 at the Knights of Columbus Hall.

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PICKERING m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-23 published
FRASER / PICKERING -- Forthcoming Marriage
Brian and Barb FRASER and Brian and Barb PICKERING are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of Julie Lee FRASER and Jay Brian PICKERING. Wedding Date Sat. October 7, 2006 in Saint Marys.

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PICKETT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-08 published
RISEBURY / PICKETT -- Engagement
Roy and Barb RISEBURY are very pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Gillian to William, son of Ken and Susan PICKETT. A Florida wedding is planned for February 2007.

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PICKNELL m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-02-12 published
Aileen REYES and James PICKNELL -- Match
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, February 12, 2005 - Page M4
James PICKNELL didn't seem like the sort of person who would be interested in discussing "spiritual enlightenment" or "collective energy consciousness." He is an engineer, after all, working for Price Waterhouse Coopers Consulting in a profession rooted in facts and figures.
And then he met Aileen Rose REYES.
Mr. PICKNELL's 21-year marriage had just ended in an amicable divorce (the only contentious issue was the custody of two cats).
He was feeling the pillars of his patterned life buckling and some seminal questions emerging: "How did I get here? What did I really want? What am I going to do with the rest of my life?"
An Internet match made his queries redundant when the cosmos brought him Ms. REYES. On a numbing November night in 2003, they rendezvoused at the Niagara Street Café. "We let it all hang out," Ms. REYES, 31, says, "chatting about our hopes, lives and dreams."
What Mr. PICKNELL learned about her wasn't entirely what he had expected. She was 19 years his junior and she had some surprising interests. A commerce graduate from the University of Toronto, she had worked as an accountant and an auditor, and had now reinvented herself spiritually.
Ms. REYES explains: "I shut down emotionally in my 20s and started going deep and asking why." The answers did not come from conventional sources such as her church (she had been raised Catholic) or community, she says, but from within, a result of her liaison with an organization called the Wonders, a group based in Thornton, Ontario, that purports to be "the world's most profound source of love and spiritual enlightenment."
Statements from the organization's website describe the movement as "a collective energy consciousness with the 29th dimension of reality channelled exclusively by deep trance channeller Réné Gaudette."
The group runs workshops, sells audiotapes, Compact Disks and books, and holds personal psychic channelling sessions for a fee.
A proponent of organic foods, Ms. REYES also embraced the Wonders' nutritional and ecological concerns.
Confronted by this utopist Kaballah-meets-healthy-living blend, Mr. PICKNELL balked initially, but chugged ahead. "It was a bit far-out for me," he says, "but Aileen was fun and I decided to be open-minded about it." He listened to a Wonders tape and was surprised at how much it shared with the self-help books he had explored after his separation.
Only weeks after they had met and with their metaphysical union well under way, he suggested marriage, but Ms. REYES procrastinated. "I was afraid of it and had grown up in the time when a woman could do it all. I said there is no point to marriage, but wondered if I really meant it."
By Christmas Eve, she had reconciled her doubts and accepted his proposal.
The couple circumvented parental promptings for a Catholic ceremony because of Mr. PICKNELL's divorce. Thus, on December 29, 2004, at the Carlu, 150 formally attired guests observed Reverend Tina GABRIEL wed the couple. Mr. GAUDETTE was best man.
The two now share a life that reflects their interest in environmentalism and spirituality.
Since learning that her husband "cycles the city and hadn't owned a car for nine years," Ms. REYES- PICKNELL has disposed of her car. "It was a conscious decision," she says, "but scary."
Having volunteered in the past with Habitat for Humanity in Paraguay and Guatemala, she now works as an activist to help the homeless in Toronto. Her husband, Mr. REYES- PICKNELL (he also changed his name), has joined her in achieving apprentice level four of the Wonders Self-Empowerment teacher program. The newlyweds have merged skills and philosophy to form Conscious Management Incorporated, which motivates individuals to become empowered for change.
The bridegroom's advice to others reflects his personal growth: "Go with your intuitive self. Don't let everyone else's thoughts on how everything ought to be get in the way."

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PICOV m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-18 published
PICOV / BOZZOLO -- Rhonda and Kerry PICOV and Linda and Sergio BOZZOLO are thrilled to announce the engagement of their children, Rachel and Nathan. A July 2004 wedding is planned.

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PIDDUCK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-17 published
PIDDUCK, Jack and Lorraine - 50th Wedding Anniversary!
Married May 17th, 1958 Congratulations on achieving this wonderful milestone in your lives. Love and best wishes from Tim, Theresa, Kyle, Nathan and Darryl, Sandra, Claire.

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PIERCE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-24 published
PIERCE, Faye and Stewart - 60th Wedding Anniversary
Family and Friends are invited to a Come-and-Go-Tea, Saturday October 8th, 2-4 p.m., Strathroy Seniors Centre, Frank Street, Strathroy. Best Wishes only please.

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PIERCEY m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-15 published
Barbara Catherine FAIRBANKS and Gordon William PIERCEY -- Match
By Judith TENENBAUM, Page M4
In February, 2004, Gordon PIERCEY scored and then acrobatically slammed into the boards during a parent-offspring hockey game while visiting his son Adam, who was a student at Neuchâtel Junior College in Switzerland. However, a concussion, broken ribs and 11 stitches did not deter him four days later as he poised on a glacier and pledged his troth to Barbara FAIRBANKS. "He was looking a little funny; something wasn't right. He dropped on his knee, and I thought, 'How am I going to get help on a glacier?' Ms. FAIRBANKS laughs about it now, although she remembers panicking at the time.
The encore, with a ring, took place that spring, capping an almost 30-year saga that began when both sat on East York Collegiate Insitute's student council.
In 1976, a bewitched Mr. PIERCEY had his train derailed when he learned that Ms. FAIRBANKS was dating another. Wistfully, he settled for a Friendship.
"Our lives just spun in different directions," he says. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1980 with a Bachelor of Commerce and embarked on a career with Toronto-Dominion. Contemplating marriage, he invited Ms. FAIRBANKS to his engagement party the following year.
"You never know who you are going to meet. Single at the time, I took my girlfriend along -- we had four parties to go to that night," she explains.
Despite attending his wedding and then a dinner to celebrate the birth of his daughter Allison, she lost contact with Mr. PIERCEY after 1984.
"I was in another phase of my life, going out, dancing -- different from an accountant with a family," recalls Ms. FAIRBANKS, who at the time was more coquettish than career-minded, although eventually she would join the Laurentian Bank.
In 1999, Mr. PIERCEY was transferred, with his family, to London as Toronto-Dominion's European finance director. Three years later, he surmised that their high school would celebrate its 75th anniversary and there would be a reunion.
To reconnect, he called Ms. FAIRBANKS's mother's home, where a familiar voice answered: After her mother's death several years before, Ms. FAIRBANKS had inherited the house and the phone number. She was ensconced with a partner at the time, and yet she was receptive. An exchange of increasingly gut-spilling e-mail messages revealed that both were in the midst of tenuous relationships.
By September, when Mr. PIERCEY flew back to Canada for the reunion, the two were unattached. "We danced a few times and were the last couple on the floor." When he returned to London, he notes, "we started to communicate a little more. I remember she'd said there was a cute guy at the gym, and that gave me a wake-up call. I really liked her, so I came back in December. It was a whirlwind situation."
In May, 2003, Ms. FAIRBANKS, who had never married, took leave of her home, dog and job to join him near London, until his tenure was over. "I was never one of those who had a list: six foot, dark and earning so much money. I wanted a nice guy. 'Nice guy' encompasses many things -- a sense of humour, kindness, a good attitude, generous and sweet," she explains.
"It was exciting and gave me new energy after a very difficult period. Barb is attractive, understanding, compassionate and passionate about her Friends," Mr. PIERCEY explains.
On May 6, at the Old Mill, the couple, who are both 48, recited vows before officiant Robert TRIMBLE. Suitably, their first dance together was to I've Got You Under My Skin.
"Gordon is a positive person, always happy, and adores his family. I've often said, 'I wish you were my dad,' Ms. FAIRBANKS laughs.
This is the final Hatch Match Dispatch column. Thanks to everyone who shared their stories with us.

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PIETERSMA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-07 published
PIETERSMA, Dick and Shirley - 50th Anniversary
Congratulations on your 50th Anniversary. Best Wishes for many more years of happiness together. Your loving family, Toni, Hayley, Marlee, Karsten, John, Betty, Rachel, Matthew, Michael and Taylor

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PIETRASZKO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-07-12 published
Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary, Eileen And John PIETRASZKO
July 11, 2003
The children - Mike, Carol, Theresa, Red, Mary, Mark, Paul, Jennifer, Lucy, Steve, Joan and Roger along with the grandchildren - Kathy, Lyssa, Chris, Jonathon, Paul, Sarah, Angela, Ian, Matthew, Michael, Samantha and Emily, wish much love to our parents and grandparents on celebrating their 50th Anniversary.You have set a great example for all of us to follow.We love you!

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PIGEAU m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-12 published
PIGEAU, Art and Joan - Happy 50th Anniversary
July 18, 1958 Come join us in our celebration on Sunday July 13, 2008 at Moose Lodge on Weston Rd. from 2-4 p.m. Just Good Wishes Only.

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PIJUAN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-08-06 published
Lisa PIJUAN and David NOMURA -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, August 6, 2005, Page M4
It took a couple of encounters with David Robert NOMURA, orchestrated by his sister Catherine, to shift Lisa Susan PIJUAN's view of him from askance to starry-eyed. Of their first meeting at a party in 2002 she recalls, "I thought he was pretty cute, but gay. He and two Friends wore red shirts and I was obnoxious, pretty loud, a party girl and didn't see him again for a few months until his sister invited me to the Rivoli, saying, 'By the way, my brother is coming.' "
"This is great," Ms. PIJUAN lamented at the time. "The guy is gay and can't stand me." However, she was wrong on both counts.
Charmed by her candour, Mr. NOMURA spent the next 24 hours endearing himself to her, confessing that he had just ended a 10-year relationship, was emotionally bankrupt, committed to remaining single for a year, and needed time to clear his head.
Meanwhile, Ms. PIJUAN could attest to her own series of heartbreaks, but had come to the realization that with her cats, books and support of Friends and family, she was strong enough to live alone and remain single. Yet, determined to avoid her pattern of romantic disasters, she had established protective boundaries: "I won't say I love you for four months, will only see you twice a week, won't move in for a year, or marry for two." So she wished Mr. NOMURA luck, and, convinced that she'd never see him again, countered, "You don't have to be alone to heal," and they parted.
Unexpectedly, he e-mailed the next day. "I made up my mind to break my commitment to myself," he laughs. The pair began dating, their respective concerns flying with a flutter.
A turning point came two months later in August, 2003, before a kayaking trip at a friend's cottage near Georgian Bay. "I drove in the dark, and when I saw my sister's car I knew Lisa was there. My heart tingled, and flooded with joy and anticipation," he remembers.
Their shared love of the outdoors -- hers visual, his practical -- would collide a few months later on a madcap escapade to Algonquin Park. His sister had arranged for five veterans and novice Ms. PIJUAN to trek and canoe to an isolated cabin on Thanksgiving. Dave had the canoe and there were about nine kilometres of portaging and canoeing," Ms. PIJUAN recalls.
Mr. NOMURA, an experienced camper, admits, "It was the most extreme trip I'd been on."
When Ms. PIJUAN stumbled and hurt her tailbone, the other five decided to split up temporarily. Some searched for the cabin, and others retrieved the canoes. Alone, Ms. PIJUAN heard the howling of wolves across the water. Thankfully, the wolves ignored her, her companions returned, and they paddled to the cabin -- only to find it occupied by a gun-toting squatter. The stranger refused to leave but affably shared stories and their Thanksgiving dinner, cheerfully departing the next morning in his pickup. "We later found out we were trying to negotiate with Greg SARAZIN, chief Algonquin land-claims negotiator since 1991, to get out," laughs Mr. NOMURA.
Ms. PIJUAN, a graduate of the now-defunct School of Physical Theatre, formed GirlCanCreate and is currently working on the puppet production The Zoe Show, which began as part of the Groundswell Playwright Unit with Nightwood Theatre in Toronto. She also curates RED, a night of live performance integrating dance, puppetry, music and film, which will again be performed next Wednesday at the Lula Lounge.
Mr. NOMURA's passion for photography was rekindled last summer when the couple explored Newfoundland. This May, he started a one-year sabbatical from his software career to test that hypothesis.
Meanwhile, an overwhelmed, stressed Ms. PIJUAN was organizing her October, 2004, opening of RED without funding when she asked Mr. NOMURA, " What am I doing? This is insane!" Suddenly, he tapped her on the shoulder and proposed. She tearfully accepted, but, always unconventional, insisted, "Why am I supposed to get a ring with a diamond? I'm about equality and togetherness." Soon, the two displayed matching engagement bands.
The wedding was scheduled for Toronto's Algonquin Island and the date was destined to be June 25, close to the summer solstice. It was two years and five days since their first date. She and her mother were born on the 25th and their phone number ended in 0025.
An entourage of 50 disembarked the ferry to be greeted by the harmonies of flamenco guitarist Nicholas Hernandez, violinist Chris Church and pennywhistle player Dan Restivo, who synthesized the bride's Spanish and the bridegroom's Japanese/Celtic heritage. As tree fluff fell like magical summer snow, the assemblage, led by two 13-foot puppets from the Clay and Paper production where the bride had starred as Lilith, and resembling the couple, serpentined to the lawn of the island clubhouse. There beneath Noah Kenneally's canopy, the bride, 33, in a twenties-vibe chantilly lace Lowen Pope creation and the bridegroom, 35, in a sixties Mandarin-collared black suit, exchanged personal vows in front of Reverend Sarah BUNNET- GIBSON. Later, they danced to The Rainbow Connection, popularized by Kermit the Frog.
In lieu of a honeymoon, the PIJUAN- NOMURAs flew to Prague to help create a puppet version of Carmen to be performed at the world's largest street theatre festival in Austria. They are living the vows they exchanged from Walt Whitman's Song of the Open Road: "Will you give me yourself? Will you come travel with me? Shall we stick by each other as long as we live?"

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PILAT m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-02-12 published
PILAT, Linda and Jan - Happy 30th Wedding Anniversary Mom and Dad!
February 14, 1975 - 2005
Love Lesley, Jenn, Jason, Drew, and your grand dogs Chelsey, Kenzie, Mac, Hershey, and Maverick, and all your family and Friends.

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PILLSWORTH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-05-31 published
BUTLER / PILLSWORTH -- Nancy LINDSAY and Jerry PILLSWORTH are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Laura PILLSWORTH to Morgan BUTLER, son of Gail BUTLER and Norman BUTLER.

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PINAND m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2002-05-08 published
PINAND- GENEREUX
Shirley VALLIANT, Don GENEREUX, Charles and Connie PINAND are pleased to announce the marriage of their children Heidi GENEREUX and Walter PINAND. Ceremony took place on April 10, 2002 in Hamilton, Ontario where the newlyweds reside.

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PINCHUK m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-04-26 published
SILVER / PINCHUK - Judy and Norman SILVER are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Rachel Sari to Jonathan Joel, son of Susan and Herbert PINCHUK of Montreal. Jon's proud grandmother is Sylvia WOLOFSKY of Montreal.

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PINCOMBE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-20 published
KRUPA / PINCOMBE
Keri KRUPA and Joel PINCOMBE
Congratulations On your engagement. A wedding is planned for Summer 2006. Love and Best Wishes Janice and Larry KRUPA and Anne & Bob PINCOMBE.

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PINDER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-11-01 published
PINDER, Len and Theresa - Celebrating 50 years of marriage
October 31, 2003
With Love - Your family.
The heart that loves is always young.....

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PINEAULT m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2006-04-26 published
NARR / PINEAULT -- Buck and Doe
Tammy NARR and Stéphane PINEAULT Saturday, May 20th 7 p.m. - 1 a.m. Duntroon Hall $8 Advance, $10 Door
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PINKERTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-13 published
TAILOR/TAYLOR / MUTTON
Laurie and Mark are happy to announce their engagement with their parents Roland and Kathleen MUTTON, Les TAILOR/TAYLOR and Ginny VANDERWESTEN, Marilyn PINKERTON and the late Mel PINKERTON, who is with us in spirit always.
The wedding will take place October 2006.

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PINNEGAR m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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PINNEGAR m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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PINNEGAR m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-06-01 published
TURNER, Eldon and Iowna - Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Eldon and Iowna TURNER recently marked their 50th anniversary with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant followed by a social time at their home.
Eldon and Iowna TURNER of Lake Eugenia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 14 with a family dinner at Steven's Restaurant in Markdale.
In attendance were their children Lynne PINNEGAR and her friend Cliff HASTIE of Mount Forest, Jayne and her husband Don MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Gwen TURNER and her friend Brian MARCH of Owen Sound, and Brent and his wife Cathy TURNER of Durham. Daughter Anne TURNER and her husband Peter McLAUGHLIN of Johnville, New Brunswick were unable to attend but had telephoned earlier in the day.
Also at the family celebration were grandchildren Chris MULLIGAN of Dundalk, Brad MULLIGAN and his fiancee Lisa WARD of Flesherton and Mike TURNER and Kim TURNER, both of Durham.
Following dinner, further visiting as well as cake and ice cream were enjoyed at the TURNER home.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER were also guests of honor at a luncheon attended by her sisters and their spouses -- Doreen and Bob TUCK of Bognor, Ruth and George MCINNES/MCINNIS of Kleinburg, Leona and Joe ALLISON of Markdale, and Maryon and Jack HUNTER of Shelburne. Mr. TURNER's brother, Doug and Muriel TURNER of Shelburne, stopped by the TURNER home for a special visit.
Eldon, son of the late Oliver and Mamie TURNER of Lake Eugenia and Iowna, daughter of the late W.W. and Gladys ALCOX of Markdale, met when Iowna was the teacher at the S.S.#8 one-room school on Concession 8, Artemesia Township. She boarded with his aunt and uncle, Belle and Court Smith.
They were married in Toronto on May 14, 1955. Her twin sister Leona was maid of honor and his bother Doug was best man.
The couple farmed at Lake Eugenia for over 20 years while raising their family of four daughters and a son. After selling the farm, Mr. TURNER obtained employment as a custodian at Beavercrest Elementary School in Markdale and Mrs. TURNER began working at Grey Owen Lodge in Markdale, now Grey Gables. She took night classes at Georgian College in Owen Sound, while working full-time, and graduated as a nurse's aide. She spent over 20 years employed at Grey Gables, and still volunteers there on a regular basis.
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PINNELL m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-04-20 published
Happy 60th Anniversary PINNELL -- Mum and Dad, Grandma and Grandpa Ernest and Marjorie PINNELL. April 20, 1943. A lifetime of love and commitment. The special bond that you share has been a blessing to so many lives. Much love, Richard and Elizabeth, Christopher & Leigh, Jennifer, and all the grandchildren.

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PINTER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-12 published
Forthcoming Marriage - MICHALEK / PINTER
Margaret MICHALEK and the late Frank wish to announce the engagement of their daughter MaryAnn to Stephen Richard, son of Steve and Sally PINTER of Hamilton.
The wedding will be held in London, June 2003.

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PINTO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-08 published
BULLOCK / ABEID -- Marriage Announcement
Steve and Beth BULLOCK of Seattle, Washington are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Amy Elizabeth BULLOCK, to Cesar Augusto Prado Pinto ABEID, son of Maria Elisa Prado PINTO of Campinas, Brazil, and Jorge and Monica ABEID of London, Ontario. The wedding took place on May 21, 2005 at St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica, followed by a reception at the Hilton London. The couple honeymooned in Niagara-on-the-Lake and will reside in London.

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PINTO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-08 published
LEO, Pete and Veronica - 50th Anniversary
Pete and Veronica LEO would like to thank our son Peter G. Leo and our, niece Rita ROWLANDS and family, our daughter Marianne and our 2 grandchildren, our photographer Joan WOLFE, and Frank SOLDALTES for making our 50th Anniversary, Sunday September 18, 2005, the most blessed occasion. Thanks for all the beautiful flowers, gifts and wishes from you all. Thank you to Fr. Joe DABROWSKI, Fr. Henry CASSANO, Fr. Theo PINTO who blessed our marriage at the 5 p.m. Mass at Saint Marys Church, Saturday September 17, 2005. -- God Bless, We love you all.

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PIRAK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-23 published
PIRAK, Lucille and Everett - Happy 60th Anniversary
September 21, 1946 We love you with all our hearts Mom and Dad (Grandma and Grandpa). Love Kristine and Rick, Paul and Maria Teresa, Warner, Kevin, Stephen, Pierangelo, Gaia, Barney and Dauber.

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PIRES m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-12-17 published
STILLWAUGH - PIRES
Eric and Liz STILLWAUGH of South Baymouth are pleased to announce the marriage of their son Jason Thane
to Marie Nazare daughter of Narciso and Amelia PIRES of Portugal
The wedding took place October 25th, 2003 in Sioux Lookout, Ontario
The couple will reside in Sioux Lookout.

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PISKOROWSKI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-10 published
PISKOROWSKI / MAJORS -- Marriage Announcement
Ken and Cookie CARRUTHERS, Bill and Roxy MAJORS, Jack and Bonnie PISKOROWSKI would like to announce the most Precious Moment of their life. Bill PISKOROWSKI asked DeeDee MAJORS to be his wife. Wedding Date is set for: May 24, 2008

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PITFIELD m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-19 published
TOLLER, Eric and Margot - Happy 55th Anniversary!
July 19, 1952-July 19, 2007
Congratulations and much love to the Best Parents! You are an inspiration! Rob and Jane PITFIELD and Peter and Loretta TOLLER. We love you Papa and Tutu! Elizabeth, Stephanie, Alison and Hartland PITFIELD and Nelson and Jack TOLLER.

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PITMAN m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2005-12-14 published
BRIDLE / PITMAN -- Engagement
The parents and families of Miss Courtney BRIDLE and Mr. Jeff PITMAN would like to congratulate them on their recent engagement on October 8, 2005. Wedding to take place July 7, 2007.
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PITTAO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-12-10 published
PITTAO, Rick and Karen - 25th Wedding Anniversary
December 5, 2005
We would like to thank our family and Friends for attending our 25th Wedding Anniversary Celebration. All our love from your family.

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PITTAO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-03 published
PITTAO / MANOLIS -- Forthcoming Marriage
Enzo and Theresa PITTAO proudly announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Liza Marie to Mark Leslie MANOLIS, son of Antony and Janet MANOLIS of Mississauga, Ontario. A 2008 fall wedding is planned in London with much joy and anticipation.

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PITTOCK m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-21 published
PITTOCK, Jim and Gladys - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
June 20th, 1953.
Love Charlie, Gab, Daniella and Ben, Sue, Gus, Adam and Katarina, Mary, Roger, Laura and Scott.

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PIWTORAK m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2008-05-23 published
PIWTORAK / PATTERSON -- Buck and Doe
Will PIWTORAK and Haley PATTERSON
Saturday May 31st, 7 p.m. Dyconia Resort, Wasaga Beach
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PIWTORAK m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2008-05-30 published
PIWTORAK / PATTERSON -- Buck and Doe
Will PIWTORAK and Haley PATTERSON
Saturday May 31st, 7 p.m. Dyconia Resort, Wasaga Beach
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PIWTORAK m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2008-05-14 published
PIWTORAK / PATTERSON -- Buck and Doe
Will PIWTORAK and Haley PATTERSON
Saturday May 31st, 7 p.m. Dyconia Resort, Wasaga Beach
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PIWTORAK m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2008-05-28 published
PIWTORAK / PATTERSON -- Buck and Doe
Will PIWTORAK and Haley PATTERSON
Saturday May 31st, 7 p.m. Dyconia Resort, Wasaga Beach
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