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MYALL 2003-02-08 published
50th Anniversary Margaret and Gordon MYALL
February 7, 1953 - 2003
Family and Friends are invited to an Open House on Sunday, February 9th, 2003 at the Physical Relief Centre, 1697 Trafalgar St. (1 block east of Vancouver St.), from 1-5 pm.
Happy 50th Anniversary Mom and Dad, Grandma and Grandpa!
With love, your Family

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MYERS 2003-02-15 published
Jo-Anne 50, Paul 50, 25th Anniversary
Onto another "Stage"!
Much love from the MYERS family.

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MYERS m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-15 published
PALMER / MYERS -- Elaine and Arnie PALMER (of Kingston) and Marilyn and Gerry MYERS are thrilled to announce the engagement of their children, Bonnie to Richard. Proud grandfathers are Leo GOODMAN and Edward SOHMER (of Montreal.)

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MYNYK 2003-06-20 published
MYNYK, Dmytro and Margaret - 50th Anniversary
June 20th, 1953 - 2003
Happy Anniversary with much love Peter, Christine and George, Sonja & Rob. Grandkids, Brent, Katie, Geordan, Daniel and Andrew.

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MYSIOR 2003-08-01 published
Peter and Betty MYSIOR
August 1, 1953 - August 1, 2003
Peter Kochanée, thank you for the last 50 years for being a loving husband, father and grandfather. My very best friend and caregiver as always bushels of love, Betty.

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MYSKA m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-01-21 published
Kelly Lynn Irene BELBIN and Lee Garrett Patrick MYSKA -- Match:
By Judith Tenenbaum, Saturday, January 21, 2006, Page M4
A mutual friend, convinced that Kelly BELBIN and Lee MYSKA would hit it off, shaved a few years from his age, added several to hers and persuaded the pair to meet in February, 2002.
The ploy didn't entirely work -- "I think he thought I was younger than I was supposed to be," recalls Ms. BELBIN, now 28 -- but intrigued by his conversation, she gave him her number, which led to dinner and a movie.
The pair were soon an item. Although their lives meshed with a plethora of common interests, a semi-generational gap occasionally reared its head. Mr. MYSKA, now 41, is a devotee of seventies and eighties television. "It was funny she didn't know anything about shows I'd watched when I was younger: Sanford and Son, The Rockford Files or Bob Newhart," he says. However, shared evenings watching cable enhanced her appreciation for these small-screen classics.
Still, Ms. BELBIN wasn't sure how serious he was -- until he introduced her to his now 89-year-old grandmother. At their first meeting, "she was quiet, listening to what I had to say," Ms. BELBIN recalls, "but the next time, she asked my religious background and how I grew up." For the future bride and groom, both from close-knit families, it was an important sign.
Ms. BELBIN felt mutual respect and compromise bridged their difference in age. "At parties, I was nervous. I didn't know his Friends, and they'd talk about their kids and the old days," she says. Yet she fondly notes that Mr. MYSKA encouraged her to tread her own path. "I think it's understanding you are in different spots in your life," she says. "My Friends still like to go to clubs, and Lee's done that."
Earlier, work at a summer camp for adults with disabilities had Ms. BELBIN abandon two years of psychology at Trent University to enroll in the development services program at Humber College. That led to her present position with Community Living Toronto, where she instructs in a variety of subjects including social and life skills. The union activist and steward says her philosophy and politics can clash with those of Mr. MYSKA, a manager of trust accounting at Manulife Mutual Funds.
Fortunately, the pair have learned to separate labour relations from personal relations. "Sometimes the discussions do get a little heated," Ms. BELBIN says. "We… have an open mind about each other's views. If it gets too tough, [we] drop it and revisit it.
"We balance each other."
On October 22, at the Toronto Board of Trade's Airport Centre, officiant Sarah BUNNETT- GIBSON performed a non-denominational ceremony.
To the rhythm of This One's for the Girls, the bride's aunt, Nancy PAUL- DUDDY, presented a slide show of women whose influence had helped sculpt the bride. Her inspiration came from the valiant effort of the bride's grandmother, Cara PEACOCK, who succumbed to cancer September 9 without realizing her dream of attending the wedding. "The girls in our family have an unbroken bond," asserts Mrs. PAUL- DUDDY.
Less than a minute into their first dance to Van Morrison's Sweet Thing, Mrs. MYSKA, who will retain her maiden name professionally, lost a shoe, but didn't miss a beat. "I knew if I kicked the other one off, I would have fallen on my dress for sure," she laughs.

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