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SPANOS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-11-29 published
SPANOS / CHONG - Engagement Announcement
Jim and Dina SPANOS and Ed and Janet CHONG are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Nikki SPANOS and Norm CHONG.
All our love. Congratulations Nikki and Norm!

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SPARAGA m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-01-04 published
ABBOTT/ KROWITZ
Adam KROWITZ is happy to announce the engagement of his mom, Nicole KROWITZ to Allen ABBOTT. Thrilled parents are Elda and Ron SPARAGA and Rose and Milton (Bucky) ABBOTT. Delighted family includes Pauline, Steve and Jamie TILL, Natalie and Marc GORDON, Michelle, Adam and Jack PERZOW, Michelle, Marvin and Ben HOPPE, Raquel, Alan, Jonah and Sloane FELDBERG, Alissa and Josh HERNICK and Ethel SPARAGA. Special thanks to Lorne and Michelle WEISS and Marni and Shawn COHEN for thinking of us.

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SPARKS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-08 published
GARDNER, Jessica (SPARKS) and Jonathan - Happy 1st Anniversary!
July 9, 2005
Love and Best Wishes, Mom and Dad SPARKS, Mom and Dad GARDNER, Jennifer, Joshua, Christopher, Angela, Jacob and Elena.

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SPEARIN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-11-20 published
Happy 65th
Wedding Anniversary
Doug and Marj SPEARIN
November 25, 2002
Love Bev and Mel, Tim and Kris, Jennifer and Wayne, Adam, Scott, Ryan, Rachel, Shannon and Shelby Jo.

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SPEARS m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2007-08-31 published
KNOWLER / SPEARS
Anita and George KNOWLER of New Lowell are pleased to announce the engagement of their only daughter Chantal to Eric, the second son of Leonard and Cathy SPEARS of Stayner. Wedding to take place on Saturday November 3, 2007. Buck and Doe on Sat. September 8th at Duntroon.
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SPEER m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2005-10-19 published
WALKER, Scott and Brandy - Wedding Announcement
Scott and Brandy WALKER exchanged wedding vows on October 5th, 2005 at the Paradisus Rio de Oro Resort, Holguin, Cuba. Brandy is the daughter of George and Beverley SPEER of Priceville. Scott is the son of Alvin and Patricia WALKER of Flesherton.
Scott and Brandy are now residing in Badjeros. Special thanks to family and Friends for making our day so special.
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SPEIR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
SPEIR, Don and Joyce - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary!
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SPEIR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
SPEIR, Don and Joyce - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary!
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SPELLING m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-05-08 published
Tori SPELLING and Dean McDERMOTT tie the knot
Associated Press, Page R2
Los Angeles -- Tori SPELLING and Canadian actor Dean McDERMOTT, both barefoot and wearing white, married yesterday on a private island in Fiji, People magazine reported.
The non-denominational ceremony was attended by only the bride and groom, the magazine said on its Web site.
"We didn't want to wait another day to get married," People quoted the actress as saying.
SPELLING, 32, and McDERMOTT, 39, met last year while filming the television movie Mind Over Murder.
SPELLING was married at the time to actor-writer Charlie SHANIAN, who filed for divorce in October, a little more than a year after marrying the former Beverly Hills, 90210 star. The divorce was finalized last month.
McDERMOTT filed for divorce from his wife of 12 years, Mary Jo EUSTACE, in September. He proposed to SPELLING on Christmas Eve in Toronto.

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SPENCE m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-28 published
SPENCE, Chuck and Laurette -- Happy 50th Anniversary November 28, 2003 Congratulations and Love From Your Family

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SPENCER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-10 published
Happy 50th Anniversary, Tom and Jaye McGARRY, May 16, 1953 -2003
Mom and Dad, you gave selflessly, always with a generous heart, sacrificing much to make our lives rich with happy memories. Your strong faith blessed us and your steadfast love, by your words, actions and priorties made us feel wanted, respected and trusted. Thanks so much for the legacy of roots and the freedom of wings. Enduring love, gratitude, admiration: Maureen (SPENCER- GOLOVCHENKO,) Tom and Monica. Much love, daughter-in-law Dawn-Marie; grandchildren Jennifer, Lisa, Rob and Ashley McGARRY; son-in-law Phil SPENCER and grand_son Chris GOLOVCHENKO. Happy 80th Birthday Dad!
All welcome Saturday, May 17th at 3 p.m. Special Mass, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, where they were married.
Sunday, May 25th, An Open House will be held at the Irish-Canadian Club (Clarke Rd), 2-6 p.m. All Welcome.

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SPENCER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-31 published
Forthcoming Marriage SPENCER, Andria / ELDER, Jason
Steve and Debbie SPENCER are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Andria Elizabeth to Jason James ELDER on September 20, 2003.
Stag and Doe is Friday June 6/03 at Delaware Community Centre.
Advance tickets available.

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SPENCER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-05-15 published
Nevena SERGO and Bradley David SPENCER -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Page M5
Nevena SERGO and Bradley SPENCER were so content to watch the carnival of life parade by that it took 17 years for them to hop on the marriage-go-round. "People jump, and don't know what they are getting into. Some Friends, who are married, have kids and look worn out. Others, married only a few years, are getting divorced. But we've seen it all," Mr. SPENCER observes with a laugh. "Life is hard -- jobs, kids, finances."
"I wasn't one of those girls who felt she had to get married right away. We are comfortable with a Friendship that has love at its base," explains Ms. SERGO, who adds that, at 39, they are patient, stable and both ready, at last, for marriage and a family.
In 1989, Mr. SPENCER, an employee of Wood Gundy, encountered Ms. SERGO, a recent graduate of the University of Western Ontario, when he made security deliveries to her at what was then Canada Trust. Tall, blond and cocksure, he was seduced by her intellect and good looks, but his advances received scant attention until he arrived one day with his arm in a cast. Momentarily disarmed, she signed it and included her number.
When a cavalier Mr. SPENCER imperiously decided his break had healed, he cut away the cast and pitched it into the trash, only to scramble to retrieve the pieces -- and her phone number -- later. Shortly thereafter, he called with a lunch invitation, but Bay Street was bustling and Ms. SERGO declined. Ultimately, however, she succumbed to his rakish charm, agreeing to a brief meeting. "He brought me lunch. I thought that was sweet, and I guess that was when I started changing my mind."
Now an associate at TD Asset Management, Ms. SERGO is singular in her career direction, but she acknowledges, "When you work downtown, people are focused on their industry, limited, and don't socialize outside of a certain group. I work in it 12 hours a day, and don't want to come home to it for another eight hours."
Over the years, the free-spirited Mr. SPENCER became her counterpoint. He travels, relishing the outdoors, in his work as a geotechnical and environmental driller who extracts samples -- down to bedrock -- for analysis before construction projects can proceed.
He concedes that Ms. SERGO has moulded him, making him "a better person," introducing him to her cultural spheres, including the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario. In turn, he has directed her to some of Toronto's tonier clubs and has introduced her to sailing and snorkelling. "What I do is completely different from what he does," she notes, "so we enjoy spending time together, talking about our days."
As time went by, Ms. SERGO admits, "we were enjoying our lives. We took trips without having a mortgage or any commitments that would require our energy." Yet, the tripwire was sprung in 2003 when they bought a house. As it happened, Mr. SPENCER was its sole occupant when Ms. SERGO's mother became ill and the dutiful daughter stayed with her as a caregiver.
By March 12, 2005, Ms. SERGO's mother had rallied and her "old school" father had given his consent. Across a table for two at Avenue, in the Four Seasons Hotel, Mr. SPENCER proposed. "I started crying when I looked at her, and she said I didn't have to get down on my knee," he remembers. Minutes later she blinked back tears as sequestered family members spilled forth bearing champagne and flowers.
On April 1, at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Brampton, Rev. Vitaliano PAPAIS wed the couple. Later, they celebrated with all those significant in their lives at the Royal Ambassador Banquet Hall in Caledon.
Mr. SPENCER adamantly espouses: "You get married; you wear the ring!" Planning to sport two bands, he believes his long-awaited marriage is as strong as the tungsten steel ring he'll be wearing while on the job.

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SPENCER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-10-02 published
65 years and counting
Two Toronto brothers, their little sister and their spouses celebrate an incredible 65-plus years of marriage
By Andrea GORDON, Family Issues Writer
Jennie GRUDI and her brothers Joseph and Harry SPENCER have always shared a lot. Their Ukrainian heritage, many a Christmas Eve feast and a passion for music and dancing.
But how's this for a family tradition? As of last week, all three have been married for 65 years.
For Jennie, 85, and her husband, it's actually been 66. Their anniversary was two weeks ago. Then last Wednesday, Joseph, 89, and his wife celebrated 65 years. Harry, 87, and his beloved Margaret hit the 65-year mark in June.
"I think this is a pretty good story," Jennie says, smiling at her husband Stephen, 90, as the six long-time love birds gathered around the kitchen table in the GRUDIs' Etobicoke home.
No doubt about it. Why should celebrity breakups get all the ink? Brad and Jennifer, Nicole and Tom indeed. Where are the paparazzi when the really big marriage stories come along?
The Queen sent a letter of congratulations to the GRUDIs. So did the Prime Minister, the Governor General and Ontario's premier. The least they could do. It's not often you get to extend Happy 65th Anniversary wishes. You have to look long and hard to even find a card for the occasion.
Between them, the three couples have almost 200 years of marriage. Eight children, 21 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
In the period they've been married, Elizabeth Taylor has done it eight times. Courtship has moved from the soda fountain to the computer keyboard. Romance is more likely to blossom to the strains of hip-hop than big band.
But the secrets to long, strong marriages endure.
"We could always go to each other and talk anything out," Margaret, 85, says of her connection to Harry. "And we never went to bed mad."
"That's right," he adds, a twinkle in his eye. "She always had to apologize first." (Clearly, a sense of humour is important, too.)
A strong constitution helps. Joseph, who has been smitten with Dorreen, 87, for almost as long as he can remember, cites his mother's cooking. "Kapusta (cabbage soup) and borscht."
But their parents Victoria BARON and William CEPENDA, who were born in Ukraine, met in Toronto and married in 1916, raised their three kids on more than hearty soup. Love. Loyalty. Discipline. A strong Baptist faith. The boys eventually anglicized their last name to Spencer.
Their dad cried when the last child moved out of the west-Toronto house where they all grew up. He died at 69, their mom at 82.
These couples don't say it in so many words, but their marriages have flourished because of partners who are caring and generous. And not just to each other.
Harry, who quit school at 12 and later worked in a foundry during the war, has spent 60 years as a prison volunteer counselling inmates.
At home in Orillia, where the couple moved from Toronto 17 years ago, he often mows neighbours' lawn and clears their snow.
Steve, a long-time sheet metal worker, and Jennie, who just finished harvesting a good crop from her vegetable garden, both volunteer in their community, preparing food for other seniors and driving them to appointments.
Joseph had a long teaching career at Central Technical School and was honoured by the Governor General for his distinguished volunteer service with Saint_John Ambulance.
He still teaches Sunday school.
Last week, there was romance in the air as the couples reminisced about when their first sparks ignited.
Jennie remembers encountering Steve. "He met me and he said in Ukrainian, 'Where have you been all my life?' He was with his girlfriend."
Thank goodness the gal only spoke English. Eleven months later they were married.
It was at summer camp in the late '30s that Joseph fell for Dorreen. He found out where she attended church and one Sunday morning took the streetcar across Toronto to greet her as she emerged.
They married in 1941 and a few months later he was overseas with the air force. They wrote twice a week, still have the letters.
Harry and Margaret have Jennie to thank.
One day as a teenager, Margaret handed over her little autograph book to Jennie, hoping her friend's older brother might pen something memorable. He did. Then he returned the book in person. And the rest is history.
The six have always been close. Every Christmas, Dorreen did the turkey, Steve carved and Margaret made the dessert. "Squares, all kinds," she says, reluctant to blow her own horn.
That's okay. The others will. They never stop singing each other's praises, finishing each other's sentences and urging one another to expound on their accomplishments.
"A big asset is being part of this family," says Dorreen.
She tries to explain further, but it's hard to talk when you're all choked up.
No need to say more anyway. They all know.
Steve's wit takes a backseat, too, when it's his turn to reflect.
"I wish I could go for another 65 -- with the same woman."
He looks around the table, realizing he speaks for them all.
And really, what better anniversary gift could you get than that?

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SPERLING m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-13 published
SPERLING / VEBROSKY -- Mel and Brenda SPERLING are happy to announce the engagement of their son Matthew to Jenna daughter of Joe and Ann VEBROSKY of Pennsylvania. Wedding to take place in the fall of 2004 in Pennsylvania.

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SPERO m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-06-21 published
PRESSEY, Phineas and Lela - 65th Anniversary
July 1st 1938 - July 1, 2003
Congratulations and love from your family, son John, daughter-in-law Anne (Bob SPERO,) daughter Helen BAUMAN/BOWMAN (John,) grandchildren Steven (Deb), David (Karen), Bonnie BAUMAN/BOWMAN, Heather (Dan SCOTT), John Paul PRESSEY (Tracy) and 8 great-grandchildren

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SPICER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-10-04 published
SPICER, Wayne and Leona - 40th Wedding Anniversary
Please join us for an Open House honoring Wayne and Leona SPICER on their 40th Wedding Anniversary Sunday, October 12th, 2003, 1-4 p.m. 28 Valley Road, Chatham, Ontario, given by their children and grandchildren.

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SPILBERG m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-08-09 published
SPILBERG, Elana / BIRANBAUM, Elliott -- Announcing the engagement of Elana, daughter of Rae SPILBERG and the late Michael, to Elliott, son of Bernice BIRANBAUM and the late Aaron. Proud grandmother Reina SPILBERG of Montreal. Mazel Tov to all!

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SPINOSA m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-06-04 published
Nicola ETHERIDGE and Joseph SPINOSA -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, June 4, 2005, Page M4
Some couples just want to have fun, and for Nicola ETHERIDGE and Joseph SPINOSA, the ties that bind include making special occasions contagiously funny. "We go pretty crazy at Christmas," Ms. ETHERIDGE says. "But we both love Halloween."
Spotlights and gravestones appear on the lawn of their century-old home every October 31, along with cobwebs and scary monsters. "We try to get the kids to scream. It's a riot."
"It's all for the children, and we're both kids at heart," says Mr. SPINOSA, who describes himself as "an oldie, goldie fan" who often dons an Elvis wig and costume to dish out treats.
Halloween, 2004, will probably remain their most memorable. With October 31 falling on a Sunday, Mr. SPINOSA planned his marriage proposal for Saturday evening at a dinner theatre in a legendary Stouffville haunted house. But Ms. ETHERIDGE felt under the weather, and he had to wait until their usual exchange of gory gifts on Halloween morning for his opportunity. Rummaging through her gift bag, she pulled out a skull candle, plush bat and a small white box containing a mock severed finger wrapped in blood-like stained cotton. Mr. SPINOSA gingerly removed the cotton to reveal a diamond.
"I freaked out, threw the tissue and we hugged and kissed," she laughs. The tissue was ignited by a candle. "It kind of killed the mood, but made it memorable."
The mirth in their relationship makes up for a rocky beginning. The pair, who met when Mr. SPINOSA was a supplier to the company where Ms. ETHERIDGE worked, Reaction Promotions Inc. (now called Accolade Reaction Promotions Group), initially dated for three months, just long enough for Ms. ETHERIDGE to become vulnerable. Mr. SPINOSA closed his firm, began work at hers, and for some murky reason about business and pleasure not mixing, abruptly ended the budding relationship.
"I knew back then he was the one," Ms. ETHERIDGE says.
The transition to a mere collegial Friendship left Ms. ETHERIDGE with a plummeting heart.
"I stayed away and looked elsewhere," Mr. SPINOSA says. "The Friendship we maintained was better than any relationship I'd experienced and eventually I came to my senses," he confesses.
Two years later, with some trepidation, Ms. ETHERIDGE gave him a second chance. The next five years were almost idyllic as they continued to work together at a Toronto promotional products company, she as operations manager and he as marketing manager.
Mr. SPINOSA continued to spend much time with the 30-strong cadre of buddies he had kept since attending St. Michael's College School and the couple added a 600-square-foot deck to their heritage home, big enough to fit all their Friends for annual keg parties.
The fun times rolled until a pivotal moment at a friend's wedding in September, 2004. A teary outpouring by Ms. ETHERIDGE in the church blanched Mr. SPINOSA. " It's my birthday next month and I'm sick and tired of waiting for you," she told him.
Motivated, he reviewed the situation. "I have a large family, a lot of nieces and nephews that are a huge part of my life and seeing Nicky childlike with them I realized the excellent qualities in her and that was part of moving forward."
Wedding planner Cynthia MARTYN located a perfect venue, the Capitol Event Theatre. Says Ms. ETHERIDGE, "I'm 36, I didn't want a fancy wedding, just a big party with an Elvis twist, a band and dancing."
Mr. SPINOSA, 38, a collector of Elvis memorabilia with a bust of the rock legend in his office, notes, "Her mother told me, as a kid, Nicola used to impersonate Elvis and she never thought it was weird. It's just a little connection we have."
On May 13, Reverend Dorian BAXTER, who is also an impersonator known as Elvis Priestley, officiated (assisted by Laura STANGRET,) as the couple recited traditional vows in front of their guests. After cocktails, Elvis Priestley reappeared, this time complete with white jump suit, sunglasses and guitar to croon Love Me Tender for the couple's first dance.
"There is some trepidation as you buck tradition," the bridegroom notes, "but I wanted people to get a glimpse of how we are as a couple."

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SPRING m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-11-01 published
RAHN / SPRING - Marriage Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Louise J. RAHN are happy to announce the marriage of their daughter Candace Dianne to Mr. Philip SPRING of Toronto. The ceremony took place at Augsburg Lutheran Church, Brampton on August 30, 2003.

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SPRINGER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-06 published
JAECKEL / DAVIS
Nancy and Jerry SPRINGER, Valerie and Lothar JAECKEL (London,) and Linda and Jim DAVIS (Atlanta, Georgia) are pleased to announce the engagement of Ann JAECKEL (R.N.) and Captain Jeff DAVIS (United States Marine Corps).
Ann and Jeff, currently residing in Yuma, Arizona, are planning a spring wedding in London.

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SPROTT m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-05-28 published
SPROTT and TUPLING's 40th Wedding Anniversaries
We would like to thank everyone in the Sprott, Tupling and Wiltshire families for making the celebration of our 40th Wedding Anniversaries a special day. It was wonderful to share this time at Badjeros Community Centre on Sunday, May 18th with family and Friends. The albums to which everyone contributed are a lovely keepsake. Thank you to everyone for the good wishes, cards and gifts.
- Dennis and Carolyn SPROTT, Bert and Pat TUPLING.
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SPRUCE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-06-22 published
Broken leg forces pair to alter marriage plans
Amanda SPRUCE may roll down the aisle in a wheelchair.
By Kelly PEDRO, Sun Media, Fri., June 22, 2007
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something... chrome?
Amanda SPRUCE of Ingersoll, set to get married tomorrow, could be rolling down the aisle in a wheelchair after she slipped and broke her leg in two places a week ago.
"The hardest part is knowing I can't walk down the aisle like I wanted to and my first dance might be in a wheelchair," the bride-to-be said.
Undeterred, SPRUCE, 29, and fiance Brian PARKE, 34, are going ahead with their big day, subject to a few changes.
SPRUCE has traded in her heels for one white running shoe. She's also been outfitted with a pink cast to match the dresses of her bridesmaids.
And with extensive walking out of the question, the couple has cancelled their honeymoon -- a trip to Niagara Falls, the Elora Gorge and Canada's Wonderland.
"You have to have fun with it. You can't be bummed out about it because you can't change it," SPRUCE said.
SPRUCE and PARKE were walking from their yard to a neighbour's pool last Friday when SPRUCE slipped and fell.
She spent the night in the emergency department of the Ingersoll hospital before being sent to London for surgery.
She was back in the Ingersoll hospital that night and has been home since Monday.
"I was pretty hysterical," said SPRUCE, who spent her time in the hospital preparing wedding seating charts.
"I've never had a broken anything," she said.
Friends and family are helping with the last-minute wedding details, PARKE said.
The couple is getting married at the Ingersoll Golf and Country Club, which has offered golf carts to get them around.
"At the end of the day, when it all comes down to it, we'll still be married," SPRUCE said.

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SPYROU m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-03 published
LICHTENBERGER / SPYROU -- Forthcoming Marriage
John and Linda of Saint Thomas, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage in July, of our daughter Abby to Christopher SPYROU, son of Vaios SPYROU, of Waterdown. Wishing you love and happiness always.

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