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VEBROSKY 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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VEENSTRA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-09 published
SALOMONS, Henry and Alice (VEENSTRA) - Happy 30th Anniversary
December 10, 1976-2006
We thank God for all the blessings He has given Mom and Dad over the years. With love from your children.

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VEFFER m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-06-21 published
VEFFER / CHARETTE -- Louise VEFFER is delighted to announce the engagement of her daughter Nicole Amanda to David Gerald Joseph Frederick, son of Nancy CHARETTE. Sadly missed at this joyous time are Nicole's Oma and Opa Sara and Joseph VOS and David's dad Gerald CHARETTE.

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VEGH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-03-15 published
Nathaniel Maxim VEGH
Matt VEGH and Rachel FANG who were married on March 16th, 2002 in Burlington, Ontario are pleased to announce the birth of their 1st child, Nathaniel Maxim VEGH on January 9, 2003 in the city of Chengdu, China.
Matt VEGH and Rachel FANG

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VEH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-08-20 published
Erika VEH and Mark KNODELL -- Match:
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, August 20, 2005, Page M4
Canada Day, 1999: In a Queen Street East booth, as an enterprising Erika VEH supplemented her regular income by promoting time-share packages for a Collingwood resort, neither she nor Mark KNODELL could imagine that serendipity would have them sharing their lives. Out with his buddies, he chatted briefly with her at the booth before hesitatingly leaving -- he was immediately captivated by Ms. VEH. "My Friends said, 'She likes you!' Mr. KNODELL says, "and I thought to myself, 'Wow, she's a great girl. I really like her.' We came back about 10 minutes later and I tried to persuade her to give me her number but she wouldn't."
"I'd been through a lot of relationships and only been in Toronto three months," Ms. VEH recalls. "My parents taught me the safe thing to do was not to give him my phone number, but to take his," which she did.
Her brief encounter with Mr. KNODELL would have remained just that, but kismet would intervene when she returned home to Ottawa for her father's birthday on July 2. There, her mother, Suzanne VEH, insisted that the recent graduate of Barrie's Georgian College in resort and hotel administration discard student paraphernalia she no longer needed. As Ms. VEH rummaged through material destined for the recycling bin, she picked up an expensive textbook called Fundamentals of Management that she had never used.
"I flipped it open, and I tried to place the smiling picture staring back at me." Suddenly, in an illuminating flash, she excitedly announced to her mother that the enterprising Halifax fish broker described in her textbook had tried to pick her up in the Beaches.
Back in Toronto, Ms. VEH rushed to call him, but the shorts where she'd stuffed his number had been laundered, leaving a blanched scrap with only a vestigial 416. When the telephone directory held no listing, she reasoned he must have been a mere visitor to Toronto and had returned to Halifax.
Two weeks later, her mother visited for the weekend and over a glass of wine tactfully queried, "Did you follow up with the East Coast connection?" Ms. VEH explained she had been unable to reach Mr. KNODELL, and, in any case, was not interested in a long-distance relationship. Yet, fate summoned her mother to urge, "Call 411. Just do it for me." A listing materialized, and with some trepidation, Ms. VEH called him.
A voicemail responded, "You've reached Mark and Dominic, please leave a message," and had her discombobulated, leaving hints for him to remember her. Immediately Ms. VEH realized Dominic might be a woman. "I freaked out. Oh my gosh, here I am leaving a message on a strange guy's answering machine and he's probably living with a girl!"
That Sunday, on his return from a business trip in Finland, a delighted Mr. KNODELL dashed to call Ms. VEH, explained Dominic was a male roommate, and they arranged a rollerblading date mid-week.
"I looked over at Erika and thought, 'What is this girl doing, no padding, no helmet, going way too fast down the hill?" Mr. KNODELL says.
"The brakes on my roller blades weren't working. I was trying to impress Mark and didn't want to scream. I basically took out someone's sprinkler system," she remembers. Before she crashed into the house, "a chivalrous, Mark swooped me up." That, she notes, was her first and last sortie into rollerblading. Later, on a boardwalk bench, they chatted the night away, rapt in each other until 4 a.m. "Both of us didn't want it to end, but by dawn work was beckoning," Ms. VEH says. She had explained the serendipitous nature of her quest to locate him, and the role of her textbook, as he listened in disbelief.
In 1992, Mr. KNODELL, 32, and a former winner of a Youth Entrepreneur Award of Merit, was interviewed and photographed for inclusion in a proposed marketing text. "For me, the craziest thing was the book. They promised me a copy, but I moved, never got it, and forgot about it."
Lured by the opportunity in Toronto, the 1995 Saint Mary's University graduate had moved his business, Continental Connections, from the Maritimes about 18 months before meeting Ms. VEH, 29. Also drawn to Toronto, she had found work with a recruitment firm and then moved to advertising sales.
The committed couple pooled their resources in 2001 to purchase a home in the Beaches. On the premise that a dog was requisite for "in group" membership in the neighbourhood, they were joined by Rupert, a Boston terrier.
By April of 2004 the pair had moved to a second Beaches home, and Ms. VEH had switched career paths to take the real-estate licensing course. When she successfully completed phase one on July 19 of last year, Mr. KNODELL suggested they celebrate over dinner. In a small, candle-lit private room, his odd behaviour had her wondering, "like most women what was wrong? What did I say?"
However, constrained by the table and squeezed into the corner, he was struggling to kneel and open a ring box. "Of course I said yes, and was shaking and crying," Ms. VEH says.
The wedding was Victorian, vintage and simple. On July 10, at dusk, the bride, in her mother's original gown, reworked by Kathy COOPER of Urban Bride, floated down an aisle draped with peony balls elevated by seven-foot shepherd rods to a stone outdoor altar at Vaughn Estate where Reverend Gordon KUSHNER wed the couple. Classic touches included violins, Kir Royal, and, acknowledging Ms. VEH's family heritage, a Danish cone-shaped cake with multiple marzipan-filled, cookie-like pastry layers, tiny Canadian and Danish flags on each.
"I feel like something bigger was in control, something bigger than us," Ms. VEH says.

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VEITCH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-04-26 published
50th Wedding Anniversary, Bill and Beatrice VEITCH
Invite Friends and neighbours to an Open House at the Hermitage Club, 1040 Springbank Dr., London, Sunday May 4, 2-3: 30pm.
Best Wishes only.

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VEITCH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-20 published
VEITCH, Bill and Susan - Happy 25th Anniversary
August 23rd, 2005
Congratulations with love, Mom and Dad

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VEITCH m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-17 published
VEITCH, Ian and Diane - 45 years
September 3, 2005 45 years and still paddling together! Enjoy your day. Much love, Your family.

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VEITCH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-04-30 published
Lorraine and Earl VEITCH, of Don Mills achieve their 60th Wedding Anniversary, on April 30, 2003. The occasion will be enjoyed with close Friends.

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VELLA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-11-23 published
50th Wedding Anniversary
Mary and Jim VELLA
November 29th 1952 - November 29,2002
Family, Friends and neighbours are invited to celebrate this special occasion at an Open House Sunday, December 1, between 1 and 4 pm, St.Patrick 's Parish Hall, Meeting Room (upstairs). With love and congratulations from your girls and all their families. Best wishes only please.

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VELOCCI m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-11 published
VELOCCI, Betty and Fats - 60th Wedding Anniversary
June 9, 2005
Love and best wishes from your family.
P.S. Happy 90th Birthday Grandpa (June 19)

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VELOCCI m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-06-11 published
Rupa AGGARWAL and Mario VELOCCI
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, June 11, 2005, Page M6
When Mario Giulio VELOCCI encountered a damsel in distress, his chivalry included the bonus of a business opportunity.
It was 1: 30 a.m., and Rupa AGGARWAL was standing on Yonge Street crying, having just had an argument with her boyfriend at the time.
Mr. VELOCCI tapped her on the shoulder and handed her his card. "You are much too pretty to be crying," he said, "You should be modelling because you are beautiful."
Ms. AGGARWAL, a University of Western Ontario graduate who was then studying occupational therapy, contemplated whether his approach was professional or propositional. "I sat on his card about three months, did some research and found out he was legitimate," she says.
During his student years, an enterprising Mr. VELOCCI had modelled and worked as a wardrobe stylist to put himself through York University and a master's program at the University of Toronto. He had planned to become a teacher, but jobs were scarce when he graduated in 1997, so he launched his own niche business, VELOCCI Model and Talent Management. "Most of my Friends were of ethnic origin and couldn't find representation as models or actors," he says, recalling how he promoted their talent to clients.
Consequently, he encouraged Ms. AGGARWAL's part-time modelling career, and over the next four years they partied at glamorous industry events as Friends, and set each other up on dates. But Friends joked that they should consider going out themselves.
Love comes when you are not looking, and one evening over an innocuous dinner the pair wondered what it would be like if they married. The genie was out of the bottle, and Ms. AGGARWAL returned home that evening "feeling weird about Mario."
After another awkward movie evening, she showed up at his office and said, "I need to talk." When she confided her feelings for Mr. VELOCCI, he in shock jettisoned what he was eating. Discombobulated, he waited 2½ months before inviting her out to chat -- and confess his adulation.
"Our relationship was gradual, because we were making the transition from Friendship to relationship, and both took it slowly for the first year," she remembers with a laugh. "We didn't know exactly how to proceed.
"It's a little strange because all of a sudden you're kissing your best friend."
Cultural differences posed a further challenge. She was of East Indian Hindu heritage and he of Italian Catholic, but obstacles paled next to the possibilities. Her parents, advocates of arranged marriage, were reluctant to accept Mr. VELOCCI as a serious suitor as a stream of eligible Hindu candidates were in pursuit. Finally, he implored, "Please slow down. We're in a relationship -- no more prospective suitors!"
At her first luncheon with his family, gnocchi with meatballs was on the menu. At the time, Ms. AGGARWAL was a vegan (not convinced by dogma, but by dyspepsia from a downtown eatery). "I was horrified, not being able to eat at a family function, thinking what am I going to do?"
Happily, now all foods beckon to her -- by choice, not compromise, she insists.
On their second dating anniversary, his gift was a diamond pendant. Decrying her mother's dubious comment -- "It's a far reach from the neck to the ring [finger]" -- Ms. AGGARWAL insisted that Mr. VELOCCI would make his move when he was ready.
When she gave him The Idiot's Guide to Hinduism on another occasion, he countered with a promise of a book on Catholicism when he proposed. And after four years of dating, one evening in June, 2004, on the night before her 29th birthday, he offered a card, the book and the ring on bended knee.
"She burst out crying, and all emotional, gave me this hug, didn't even see the ring. And I asked, 'Does that mean you are going to marry me?' " he recalls.
The couple satisfied their disparate family cultures with a ceremony for each. On May 14 at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, Rev. Thomas MOORE wed the pair in a Catholic ceremony. One hundred and sixty attendees, mainly from Mr. VELOCCI's side, were given gifts purchased by the bride in India, and she conversed in limited Italian at their Renaissance Parque Dining, Banquet and Convention Centre reception in Concord.
A Hindu ceremony and reception was held on May 22 at the Greek Canadian Community Centre in London, Ontario, where Pandit Rajinder MOHLA officiated before 250 guests, largely from the bride's side. The couple in Hindu garb distributed Italian bomboniere.
The newlyweds' careers now largely focus on their modelling and fashion-related businesses, including television appearances. Ms. AGGARWAL appears on Shop Toronto as an on-air reporter and Mr. VELOCCI, 32, can be seen as a fashion consultant on Toronto Living and Style by Jury. "We complement each other," he says, "I am the schmoozer and can work a room in less than an hour. Rupa gets into intellectual discourse.
"She is social. My job is to maximize contacts."

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VENIS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-16 published
VENIS, Stan and Miriam - 50th Anniversary
On June 17 1957 Stan and Miriam said 'I do!' And after 50 fun-filled years The love is still true! Happy 50th anniversary Mom and Dad. love all the Venis kids

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VENS m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-10-22 published
VENS, Bert and Kathy - Happy 25th Anniversary
October 25, 2005 Love Jaclyn and Matt

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VERBERNE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-08-20 published
VERBERNE, Louis and Joanna - Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary
The family of Louis and Joanna VERBERNE invite family and Friends to an Open House in honour of their Golden Anniversary, Sat. August 27th, 2005, 1: 00-4:00 p.m. at their home at 5809 Cook Road, London. Best Wishes only. For directions call/leave message with Hatty at 519-679-9634.

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VERBRUGGEN m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-05-14 published
NOBLE / VERBRUGGEN -- Buck and Doe
Buck and Doe for Jonathan NOBLE and Johanna VERBRUGGEN
Two wonderful people - One amazing life
Saturday, May 24th 8 p.m.-1 a.m., Flesherton Kinplex
$8 Advance, $10 Door, Age of Majority
Tickets Available at Markdale Home Hardware
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VERBRUGGEN m@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2008-05-21 published
NOBLE / VERBRUGGEN -- Buck and Doe
Buck and Doe for Jonathan NOBLE and Johanna VERBRUGGEN
Two wonderful people - One amazing life
Saturday, May 24th 8 p.m.-1 a.m., Flesherton Kinplex
$8 Advance, $10 Door, Age of Majority
Tickets Available at Markdale Home Hardware
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VERDON m@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-11-05 published
VERDON - MORLEY
-Denis and Deborah VERDON of Ottawa wish to announce the wedding of their son Shawn
to Michelle MORLEY daughter of Bruce and Kay MORLEY of Nanaimo B.C.
The couple were married on September 6, 2003 in Nanaimo B.C.
Shawn is the grand_son of Pat BELANGER formerly of Little Current.

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VERDUN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-10 published
Forthcoming Marriage - VERDUN / SAUNDERS
Alex and Carole VERDUN are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Meaghan Laura to Mark William, son of Michael and Bonnie SAUNDERS. The wedding will take place at West Park Baptist Church, May 31, 2003. Best Wishes!

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VERHEYEN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-08-30 published
VERHEYEN / McKIE
On Saturday, July 12, on Toronto Island in an outdoor ceremony, Valerie VERHEYEN, daughter of Tex and Lois of Kilworth Heights wed Josh McKIE, son of Ian and Joan McKIE of Ottawa.
The couple has accepted a teaching position in Valencia, Spain.

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VERHOEVEN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-05-17 published
Forthcoming Marriage - VERHOEVEN / NASH
Jim and Louise VERHOEVEN and John and Margaret NASH are please to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Diane and Jay on Saturday June 21st, 2003 at the London Hunt Country Club.
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VERKAART m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-03-18 published
VERKAART, Martin and Thea - 50th Anniversary
A big thank you to our children, family, neighbours and Friends for making our Open House a very special day to remember. 50 years has gone by and all of you have played an important role in our lives and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Here's to another 50! Sincerely, Martin and Thea.

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VERKLEY m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-06-18 published
VERKLEY, John and Miep - 50 Years!
Congratulations
Open House At Pony Brook Farm, 9134 Gordon Road, Thedford
June 26th 2005, 2-4pm
Best Wishes Only

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VERMA m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-04 published
Interfaith marriages becoming more common
By Lorrayne ANTHONY, Canadian Press, Wed., October 4, 2006
Toronto -- Tina VERMA wore a traditional red sari when her bridegroom placed a wedding band on her henna-decorated hand. It was the picture-perfect Hindu wedding for a girl born in New Delhi -- unless the guests took into account the man beside her.
The groom, a Canadian Christian, wore a black western suit. A few minutes after the Hindu ceremony, the two were married by a United Church minister. Then they walked down the aisle as guests threw flower petals on the newly married couple for good luck -- a Hindu tradition.
As Canada becomes more culturally diverse, nuptials involving individuals from different denominations and faiths are also becoming more common, a new study finds.
While only 15 per cent of married or common-law couples were interreligious in 1981, by 2001 such unions had grown to 19 per cent, Statistics Canada reported yesterday.
Of the 14.1 million Canadians in couples, nearly 2.7 million had a partner from a different religious group, the study based on census data finds.
Still, the majority of couples consist of partners from the same religion. And of those unions, more than half were between Catholics and Protestants, the two largest religious groups in Canada.
VERMA's family was not entirely surprised when she recently married a non-Hindu.
"When I was younger, (my parents) were thinking I'd meet an Indian guy," she said.
When that didn't happen, VERMA said her parents were very welcoming of her Christian husband.
VERMA's family immigrated to Canada in the late 1960s. She said growing up in small-town Ontario -- Woodstock -- there simply wasn't any opportunity to meet young Hindu men.
The study found that the likelihood of an interreligious union was associated with where a person lived, how homogeneous the religious mix of the community was, how religious the person was, how traditional the doctrine of the religion was, and how long the person had been in Canada.
People in communities that were religiously homogeneous and people who were highly religious were less likely to be in interreligious unions, as were immigrants and older individuals, the study found.
Jennifer TIPPER, a research associate with the Ottawa-based Vanier Institute of the Family, said the increase in interreligious unions may be because Canadians are more tolerant now. But she also suggested other factors may be at play.
"There may have been a much higher cultural imperative to marry within your religious circle 30 years ago. But the fact is there just weren't that many opportunities to do otherwise," she said, adding that decades ago there simply wasn't the same religious mosaic in Canada that exists today.

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VERMEER m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-24 published
VERMEER / SURMACZ -- Forthcoming Marriage
Gary and Moira VERMEER together with John and Mary Lou SURMACZ are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their children Julie Diane VERMEER and Christopher Joseph John SURMACZ on Saturday October 1st, 2005 at First United Church, Saint Thomas. Much love and good wishes from your families.

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VERMEIRE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.strathroy.age_dispatch 2003-08-11 published
VERMEIRE / WELSH -- Michael VERMEIRE and Laura WELSH were married Saturday, August 2, 2003 at Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm near Ottawa. Michael is the son of the late Sylvain and Maria VERMEIRE. Michael and his parents were former residents of Caradoc Township. Laura is the daughter of Peter and Judy WELSH of Ottawa. After a honeymoon in Holland and Belgium, visiting family and Friends, Michael and Laura will reside in Ottawa.

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VERMILYEA m@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2003-10-17 published
Long marriage follows accidental meeting
City couple celebrates diamond anniversary
By Jonathon JACKSON, Sun Times Staff, page A3
Helen VERMILYEA remembers telling the minister of her church in Toronto that she had been married for six months and thinking that was a long time
He said that was not a particularly long time, telling her he had been married for 10 years.
That's not a long time either, at least not in the eyes of VERMILYEA and her husband Doug. Thursday was the Owen Sound couple's 60th wedding anniversary.
They celebrated a few days early, with a party last Saturday at Harrison Park. Most of their family was able to attend, filling the community centre beyond capacity.
"Some had to eat outside at the picnic tables, (the hall) was so full," Helen said.
Doug VERMILYEA and Helen McGREGOR met entirely by chance in about 1940. Doug, a native of Regina, was in the Royal Canadian Air Force. He was looking for a girl named Helen when he knocked on his future wife's door, unaware the girl he was looking for lived next door.
Helen, an Annan native who was working as a nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, was captivated by the handsome serviceman. He came back the next day to invite her to church and they married about three years later near Annan, at the Johnson Presbyterian Church, which is no longer standing.
After a honeymoon near Bracebridge, she went back to Toronto and he went overseas. She came home after giving birth to the first of their six children and they were reunited after he left the air force in 1946.
"We bought a house from Helen's father and that's why we moved from Toronto up to Owen Sound," Doug said.
In Owen Sound, the VERMILYEAs owned Hatton Hall Catering for 33 years while Doug also worked at the RCA plant. After the factory closed in the mid-1970s, he went to work as a caretaker at the Knox church in Owen Sound, finally retiring at age 77.
"The time goes, raising a family. It was time consuming," said Doug, now 85. "You get old before you realize it, but we still don't feel old."
"I don't know where the time has gone," said Helen, also 85. "We've had a very very busy life."
It was during their career as caterers that they first heard of a couple who had been married for as long as 50 years. As she had done early in her marriage, Helen's commented it was a long time for a couple to have been married.
"1 thought that was wonderful, to have a couple married that long," she said.
The VERMILYEAs, who have 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, are proud of the seven certificates they received in commemoration of their milestone anniversary. They're from Owen Sound Mayor Rick BEANEY, Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound Member of Provincial Parliament Bill MURDOCH and Member of Parliament Ovid JACKSON, Premier Ernie EVES, Prime Minister Jean CHRETIEN, Gov. Gen. Adrienne CLARKSON and Queen Elizabeth.
It's very special," Helen said.

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VERO m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-10-18 published
DREW / MILLAR -- Mr. and Mrs. Roger DREW of Mississauga, Ontario, together with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn MILLAR of Innerkip, Ontario announce the engagement of their children, Miss Jennifer Anne and Mr. Andrew Glenn. Proud grandparents are Bernice and Cliff BECKLEY and the late Robert CARNEGIE, along with Edith and the late Cicero MILLAR and Helen and the late George VERO. Miss DREW graduated from the University of Western Ontario and Humber College and is in marketing for Hunter Douglas Canada Inc. Mr. MILLAR graduated from the University of Toronto. He is at present finishing his doctorate. A wedding is planned for May 28, 2005 at The Sherwood Inn, Lake Joseph, Muskoka.

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VERSPEETEN m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-08-09 published
CUDDY / VERSPEETEN -- Sharon and Bill, together with Marlene and Brian, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Deanna and Craig. The wedding will take place September 2004 in Tillsonburg.

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VERWEGEN m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-03-29 published
Forthcoming Marriage - VERWEGEN / JEFFERY
We're bubbling with news... Christine VERWEGEN, daughter of Donna & Jeff MacPHEE and the late Hurb VERWEGEN and Mike JEFFERY, son of Carol and Steve JEFFERY, are engaged to be married July 12, 2003.
You mean the world to us.
Love from the Whole Family.

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VESSIE m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-09-10 published
VESSIE, Elgin and Dorothy - 50th Wedding Anniversary
Congratulations on your 50th Wedding Anniversary September 10, 1955-2005 With love from your family

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VETTOR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
Andrea VETTOR and Peter GOODRICH
Andrea VETTOR, daughter of Dino and Elizabeth VETTOR of London Ontario, and Petter GOODRICH, son of Walter GOODRICH and Mary HOOD of Kalamazoo Michigan, are planning to be married on June 4th, 2005 in Augusta Michigan. Peter and Andrea became engaged to be married last October.
The bride-to-be holds a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical science from Ferris State University; and is a candidate for her doctorate degree in pharmacy from Midwestern University. Andrea is currently a hospital pharmacist.
The groom-to-be holds a bachelor's degree in business from Ferris State University and is currently a pharmaceutical sales representative.

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VETTOR m@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-14 published
Andrea VETTOR and Peter GOODRICH
Andrea VETTOR, daughter of Dino and Elizabeth VETTOR of London Ontario, and Petter GOODRICH, son of Walter GOODRICH and Mary HOOD of Kalamazoo Michigan, are planning to be married on June 4th, 2005 in Augusta Michigan. Peter and Andrea became engaged to be married last October.
The bride-to-be holds a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical science from Ferris State University; and is a candidate for her doctorate degree in pharmacy from Midwestern University. Andrea is currently a hospital pharmacist.
The groom-to-be holds a bachelor's degree in business from Ferris State University and is currently a pharmaceutical sales representative.

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