SHHADEH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-21 published
SWENTEK / SHHADEH -- Forthcoming Marriage
Todd and Ruth SWENTEK are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Jocelyn to Shaffik SHHADEH son of Janis SHHADEH and the late Adib SHHADEH. The wedding will take place at West Park Church in August.

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SHIER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-11-22 published
SHIER, Herb and Iona - 40th Wedding Anniversary
Please join us to celebrate the 40th Wedding Anniversary of our Parents Herb and Iona SHIER
We are having an afternoon tea from 2 to 4 at the Gentle Shepherd Church in Eugenia on December 2.
Please bring your favourite memories and best wishes only!
Judy, Jeanie and Larry
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SHIER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-12-13 published
SHIER, Herb and Iona - 40th Wedding Anniversary
Wow! Wasn't that a party? We are once again overwhelmed with the tremendous show of Friendship given to us in the celebration of our 40th wedding anniversary. Our thanks goes to our precious family for organizing it, to Joan McGEE and to Audrey DUCKETT for their help. Thanks for the cards, gifts and best wishes. Thanks to Ron and Joan WHITE/WHYTE for the gift of music, to the Gentle Shepherd Church family and all who attended. We have so many great memories. God bless you one and all.
- Herb and Iona
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SHILLINGTON m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-10-04 published
SHILLINGTON, Ken and Helen - Fiftieth Anniversary
Fifty Years and Counting!
Ken and Helen were the first couple married in the new Lambeth United Church on October 1, 1953.Children Steve, Blaine, Karen and Kevin and their spouses, Janet SHILLINGTON, Monique SHILLINGTON, Tony DODD and Heidi SHILLINGTON, celebrate this wonderful milestone with love and admiration.Grandma and Grandpa are also loved to bits by their grandchildren Stuart and Greg, Quinn and Hannah, Ryan and Sydney, and Kiana and soon, newborn Olivia.Ken and Helen have a wide circle of loving Friends and relatives who also send their congratulations and very best wishes.

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SHIMODA m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2007-11-02 published
The one that didn't get away
Wasaga Beach Chief Administrative Officer George VADEBONCOEUR conducts the marriage ceremony for Bruce and Karen SHIMODA knee deep in the Nottawasaga River recently while their teenage children from previous marriages watch on. The SHIMODAs were married at the Hartwell property Knox Road East, at a favourite family fishing spot where Bruce and his father, Mits SHIMODA (now deceased) have fished for many years. Just before the ceremony Bruce caught an eight-pound rainbow trout. Contributed photo: Carey FRENCH, Page 1

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SHLAGBAUM m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-30 published
LEADER- SHLAGBAUM -- Mel and Sharon LEADER, Jean WAGNER and David SHLAGBAUM are delighted to celebrate the engagement of their children, Regan and Daniel. Proud grandparents, Toby and Irving STEINBERG, Bronia SHLAGBAUM, Morris and Ruth WAGNER.

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SHLAGBAUM m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-30 published
LEADER- SHLAGBAUM
Mel and Sharon LEADER, Jean WAGNER and David SHLAGBAUM are delighted to celebrate the engagement of their children, Regan and Daniel. Proud grandparents, Toby and Irving STEINBERG, Bronia SHLAGBAUM, Morris and Ruth WAGNER.

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

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SHOEBOTTOM m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-03-12 published
SHOEBOTTOM, Gordie and Bernice - Happy 63rd Anniversary
March 14, 1942
Love from family and Friends.

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SHOEBOTTOM m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-15 published
SHOEBOTTOM, Gordie and Bernice - Happy 66th Anniversary
March 14, 1942
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SHOLLERT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-09-03 published
Asma McKHAIL and Ryan William SHOLLERT -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, September 3, 2005, Page M6
A teary Asma McKHAIL sensed wedding plans were off to a bad beginning as her ill-fitting gown was snipped and hemmed with abandon as the woman designated to assist her chimed, "You look great sweetie," and departed for lunch.
At a fourth fitting just days before she was to leave for her ceremony in British Columbia, she panicked when asked, "Didn't you come in yesterday and cancel your wedding?" Staff at the bridal salon had confused her with another client and had not worked on her gown, and their quick adjustments would fall short.
"[They] had screwed up the clasps, my bridesmaid had to pin the dress, and I was late for my wedding," she says. Rush alterations for one of her attendants proved more costly than the dress itself.
Unfortunately, all of this was just a harbinger of more problems to come.
Ms. McKHAIL and Ryan William SHOLLERT had met at the Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club in October, 2001. A York University graduate in kinesiology and health sciences, Ms. McKHAIL was assistant to the fitness co-ordinator there, and Mr. SHOLLERT a senior-level pairs skater.
By May, Ms. McKHAIL left to establish her own business, Your Peak Performance, but the two kept in contact. On their first official date on July 14, she asked him to DarkNights, a souped-up-car show at the Markham Fair Grounds and later suggested a jaunt to Niagara Falls.
"We're sensible people, not flighty, but I felt an instant connection," she says.
The couple, now 27, both love soccer, blading, running, skiing, snowboarding and the outdoors. Mr. SHOLLERT admits, "I brought up marriage after a month."
But in March, 2003, the duo parted as Mr. SHOLLERT, a British Columbia native, left for Vancouver to find a pairs partner. Friends skeptical of long-distance relationships warned Ms. McKHAIL that she was in competition with "little girls in little short dresses."
For her part, Ms. McKHAIL says, "I was never jealous. We knew it would be tough, but we didn't want him to have regrets. You have to put all the emotional stuff aside and focus on the athlete."
To stay in touch, Ms. McKHAIL designed and e-mailed training programs for athletes in Vancouver, periodically travelling there to assist her clients with off-ice training and rendezvous with her boyfriend.
To celebrate the anniversary of their first date, the couple went ballooning. Their second anniversary, which they celebrated in Kelowna, British Columbia, in 2004, was climactic. They exchanged gifts, skated privately on a rink he had reserved, and Mr. SHOLLERT presented Ms. McKHAIL with long-stemmed white roses, their signature flower, before a Thai dinner. Her fortune cookie read, "A merry heart doth good like medicine." He then quipped, "Imagine if it had said marry?"
On the pretext of buying ice cream for dessert, Mr. SHOLLERT then drove Ms. McKHAIL to Guisachan Heritage Park, literally whirled her around to face the best view of the garden, and proffered a ring.
Permanently in Toronto by 2005, the couple decided on a Kelowna wedding on July 16 at the exact spot where they had become engaged. Eschewing a pushy officiant, they chose "a sweet lady, English, reminding me of my nan," Mr. SHOLLERT says. Too bad, jokes Ms. McKHAIL, "she turned out to be the grandma from hell." On rehearsal day, she said she was stuck in traffic, had booked another wedding and would conduct the session by phone. Luckily, they were able to say no and replace her with a hastily recruited justice of the peace.
Amid the hubbub, the bride failed to notice the absence of a bridesmaid, who missed her flight when her family had stopped for a car-tire repair and arrived an hour late for the rehearsal. "My dad stepped up and said, 'Let's go through it again for Amanda,' and Asma was none the wiser," laughs Mr. SHOLLERT.
There were other complications: The wedding band couldn't be sized for the bride's tiny fingers and a best-guess custom ring arrived at the 11th hour; the groom needed last-minute help with the music selection; the cake was so disappointing a replacement had to be arranged; programs printed in Toronto had a spelling error.
Through all of this, though, a thoughtful Mr. SHOLLERT ensured the bride stayed unaware of any setbacks and helped her maintain composure by sending white roses and coffee.
And, by the time of their wedding-day nuptials, sunlight dispelled rain clouds and the officiant wed the pair without mishap (other than misspelling the bride's name on the marriage certificate). At the reception following -- as if in tribute to the power of love over adversity -- Mr. and Mrs. SHOLLERT made their debut to the Rocky theme wearing boxing gloves.
In a last glitch, none of the photographer's photos turned out, but guests with digital cameras recorded the day.

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SHOOM m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-02-15 published
Howard And Heather DAVIDSON, and Howard and Roz ENGLISH are proud to announce the engagement of their children Joanna and Aaron. Also thrilled are siblings Larry and Erin, Steven and Marnie, Nisa and Avi, Shira and Rafi, and Naomi. Ecstatic grandparents are Harold and Bunny DAVIDSON, Lily TEPPERMAN and Dorothy ENGLISH. Joanna is the beloved granddaughter of Morris and Bunny SHOOM of Blessed Memory.

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SHORT m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-15 published
SHORT, Jennifer - Community Bridal Shower
Community Bridal Shower for Jennifer SHORT, fiancé of Neil WATSON, Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 2 p.m. Feversham Community Centre. Ladies, please bring lunch. 519-922-2836.
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SHORT m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-08-22 published
SHORT, Jennifer - Community Bridal Shower
Community Bridal Shower for Jennifer SHORT, fiancé of Neil WATSON, Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 2 p.m. Feversham Community Centre. Ladies, please bring lunch. 519-922-2836.
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SHOULDICE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-05 published
SHOULDICE / CONGDON -- Forthcoming Marriage
Graham and Linda SHOULDICE of London and Jim and Linda CONGDON of Saint Thomas would like to announce the engagement of Lori SHOULDICE to Jason CONGDON. The marriage will take place on August 2, 2008. A Stag and Doe for Lori and Jason will be held on April 25th in Shedden.

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SHRUBSOLE 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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SHULIST m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-11-28 published
WESLEY, Henry and Sylvie - 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary
(November 23, 1957-November 23, 2007)
We would like to thank family and Friends who attended our 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary party to help us celebrate this very special day. A huge thank you to our darling daughters and son-in-law, who planned this surprise party for us. This celebration was hosted at the home of Liz and Barry SHULIST in Waterloo on Saturday, November 24, 2007.
We can only guess the amount of work involved with months of planning, organizing, a lot of sneaky moves and a few fibs here and there just to make things interesting and the added excitement of Virginia's move to British Columbia in between. What incredibly efficient, organized and thoughtful daughters we have! Martha Stewart couldn't have done better!
It was indeed an incredible surprise!
We arrived at Liz and Barry's expecting to go out to dinner with them and Virginia who had flown in from British Columbia, only to find about 75 family members and Friends waiting to surprise us and help us celebrate.
To say we were touched is an understatement. It was a wonderful, heartwarming experience to see so many faces present on this very special occasion - those that are near and dear to us, some of whom we haven't seen in a very long time. We thank everyone for their gifts and contributions warm and loving thoughts but most especially their presence.
There are so many special things to remember and to be thankful for, including a Memory Book with pictures that even included the shower and wedding articles from the Toronto Star those many years ago. Thanks also for signing our nostalgic picture of many years ago when we were incredibly young.
Thanks to daughter Elizabeth, we are very proud to have received congratulations not only from our own Don Lewis, Mayor of the Township of Southgate but also from the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, David Onley, Premier Dalton McGuinty, Michaelle Jean, Governor General of Canada and Prime Minister Stephen Harper. All congratulatory certificates were beautifully matted and framed. What an impressive wall that will be when all are hung in place.
We will especially remember our party while we are on our way to Vancouver via train and then on to our Alaskan Cruise, courtesy of our children as this is their special gift to us.
What wonderful memories we will have forever thanks to the very special people in our lives.
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SHUPAK m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-08-27 published
Naomi Malka SHUPAK and Mark DRIMAN -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, August 27, 2005, Page M4
Born just nine days apart and together since they were teens, the only thing Naomi Malka SHUPAK and Mark DRIMAN seem to be at odds about is how they met. "I remember distinctly being introduced to her on the beach my first year at [Timberlane] summer camp," Mr. DRIMAN says. Ms. SHUPAK, on the other hand, says she didn't notice her future husband until 10th grade at the Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto.
But since the pair's first official outing -- to their Grade 10 prom -- they have been exclusive. "I don't really know anything about dating, because I never really dated," admits Ms. SHUPAK, 25. "But I don't feel at all like I'm missing out."
After graduating from Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto in 1998, he did a year at Thornlea Secondary School, while Ms. SHUPAK began studying at York University. The following year, they both enrolled at the University of Western Ontario in London.
Mr. DRIMAN graduated with an honours degree in business administration and was awarded the University of Western Ontario Scholarship of Distinction in 2000. Ms. SHUPAK completed first a B. Sc. in psychology, then an M. Sc. in medical biophysics and won both the University of Western Ontario Chancellor's Prize in Social Science and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Canada Graduate Scholarship in 2003, as well as several other research awards.
Despite hard work at school, the couple did find time to spend with Friends, attend charity balls and participate in a memorable, and moving, tour called March of the Living, which brings Jewish youth from all over the world to Auschwitz and Birkenau on Holocaust Memorial Day and then to Israel for Independence Day.
Upon graduation, the couple were separated again when Mr. DRIMAN took a position as an investment banker at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Toronto. On weekends, Ms. SHUPAK, still at University of Western Ontario, visited him, and he spared her the lonely schlep home by accompanying her back to London on Sunday evenings. On Monday, he would wake up early and whistle back to the city on the train just in time for work.
On March 18, 2004, on the eve of Ms. SHUPAK's master's dissertation, Mr. DRIMAN made their separation that much easier -- by bringing her an engagement ring. "I think we have known forever that we wanted to get married," Mr. DRIMAN says. "All the things that happen in life, the big steps -- moving away to go to university, going on your first trip without your parents, graduating, moving out, milestones in one's life -- we've been through them together."
Mr. DRIMAN has been helping Ms. SHUPAK with yet another milestone. Following in the footsteps of her father, aunt and uncle, Ms. SHUPAK is currently studying medicine at the University of Toronto. To keep her at her best, Mr. DRIMAN provides some "chicken soup for the fiancée." Says Ms. SHUPAK: "On many occasions, he'd come from work to prepare a meal while I was studying for exams and then return for what could result in extremely late nights for him at the office."
The two were wed on July 10 at Adath Israel Congregation, with Rabbi David C. SEED officiating. Included in the wedding party was four-month-old Madeline Anne, the bride's niece, who was carried down the aisle by her parents Debbie and Marc BAKER. The bridesmaids held rose bouquets, each in a different hue of pink. The bride wore a strapless dress adorned with crystals and pearls, designed by Jim Helm, underneath a bolero jacket.
The celebration was not without some sadness. Ms. SHUPAK's grandmother passed away in January. "They had talked on the phone many times a day," Mr. DRIMAN says. In tribute, the ceremony was performed with her wedding ring and the bride wore her heirloom pearl earrings, complemented by a pearl necklace from the bridegroom's grandmother, Ray CHUDY.
Under the chuppa, the bride symbolically circled her bridegroom seven times. This tradition is said to represent creativity (the earth being created in seven days) and a sevenfold bond between the couple and their families. Now, the two just need to agree on their own creation story.

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SHUTTLEWORTH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-12-05 published
Engagement Notice
Mr. Gordon SHUTTLEWORTH and Ms. Karen SHUTTLEWORTH are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara SHUTTLEWORTH to Douglas J. CAMERON. Doug is the youngest son of Dr. Howard & Ruth CAMERON. The couple will marry on September 13, 2003 at Windermere Manor, London.

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

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