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VIANA 2005-03-12 published
Muitassãoasnossas graças.
Maureen REGIER, daughter of Paul and Katharine, and Doctor Paulo VIANA are celebrating the first anniversary of their engagement.
With pleasure they announce their upcoming wedding in July 2005.
Congratulations from your families, especially Max and Pita.

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VIDMAR 2005-08-20 published
ERNTEMAN / RILEY -- Engagement Announcement
Ron and Diane RILEY are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Donald Andrew RILEY to Dawn Louise ERNTEMAN, daughter of Jeanne ERNTEMAN and Neil VIDMAR, on July 30, 2005.
Congratulations and Best Wishes with much love.

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VIETENHEIMER 2006-01-28 published
VANDENBERGHE, Jean and Julie - 50th Wedding Anniversary
Congratulations on your 50th Wedding Anniversary
Married on February 2, 1956 in Our Lady of La Salette Church, Father John VIETENHEIMER officiating. Love, your family.

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VIGAR 2002-11-29 published
Forthcoming Marriage
It is with great joy that Tom and Doris GLEESON announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Anita Marie to Derek son of Tony and Carmel VIGAR of Stratford on December 28, 2002.

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VILLANI 2002-12-28 published
Happy 50th Anniversary
December 27, 1952 - 2002
Michele and Giovanna VILLANI
Best Wishes on your Golden Wedding Anniversary from your children, grandchildren, relatives and Friends.
God Bless you and we love you.
Special hug and kiss from your son Gaetano.

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VINCENT m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-09-24 published
Jan WOODEND and Ken VINCENT -- Match
By Judith TENENBAUM, Saturday, September 24, 2005, Page M4
Ottawa resident Janice Norma WOODEND, a contented single parent of four for almost a decade, was secure in her family-law practice. Yet, in the spring of 2003, nostalgia had her logging on to to explore the possibility that alumni from her Etobicoke Collegiate Institute graduation class had organized a 25th reunion. Also, curiosity about a former sweetheart and aspiring artist, Kenneth David VINCENT, tugged at her memories as she scanned for his name.
"I visited my parents' home regularly and I thought maybe I'll see Ken's name in the newspaper in a show at some gallery," Ms. WOODEND recalls of her Toronto visits. "But I was unaware that he had not stayed in that field."
A graduate of the Ontario College of Art, Mr. VINCENT had married a fellow artist, and decided to pursue a new career with the realization that two starving artists couldn't live more cheaply than one. He attended George Brown and Fanshawe Colleges respectively, and went on to become a technologist in the physics department at the University of Toronto.
By the time he posted a personal profile on, he was divorced.
Gingerly, Ms. WOODEND made a move and e-mailed Mr. VINCENT. His warp-speed response was the portent of long dormant feelings.
"It's a bit scary because you're thinking, 'Is this the real thing, or am I just reliving some fantasy from the past? ' So you have to spend some time straightening that out in your mind," Ms. WOODEND says.
But all the while her heart was aflutter. "I don't think I got any work done for the next three weeks," she adds. "Every time that e-mail thing would beep, I'd rush to see if it was from him."
She was planning to visit her mother in Toronto for Easter, so when Mr. VINCENT responded, the two arranged to meet. "I remember thinking at the time, 'What if he still likes me, and then, oh no, what if he doesn't?' " she recollects. "We got together for coffee, he smiled at me and the whole rest of the room disappeared."
"Your mind is racing back to all those old memories and you're almost in a dream," Mr. VINCENT recalls. "Jan was very smart, knew her own mind, and different from any other girl I knew in high school." Back in the 1970s, he says, "I hardly understood the female species, and could never actually figure out if we were a steady couple."
As romance deepened, they managed to get together almost every second weekend. "But the long distance was problematic," Ms. WOODEND says, and they pondered where and how they could possibly merge their families and lives.
That contemplation was cut short, however, by the remarkable surprise that the couple became expectant parents on a Paris vacation in the spring of 2004.
This prompted a family conference. "We had all the kids together at my place in Ottawa in July," Ms. WOODEND says. "We wanted to tell everyone about it at the same time. Needless to say, dinner didn't get eaten we were all so excited."
After some deliberation, the couple decided to live in Toronto, where Mr. VINCENT worked and Ms. WOODEND had strong family ties. Her legal skills were portable and, as a full-time mother, she would have the opportunity to focus on their new child. "I like a balance between work and family life," she notes. The following month, they started house hunting. One home was priced beyond their budget, but, Ms. WOODEND says, "we went in, looked at each other and said we have to live here." She is positive their decision was destined. Her grandfather had built the subdivision in the Bloor West Village area: The street was named after her aunt and uncle, and another, two blocks away, was named after her mother.
Living arrangements for the family, which now includes little Ethan, who was born on February 16 this year, were a logistical challenge. Mr. VINCENT's daughter Emma, from his first marriage, alternates weeks with her mother. Ms. WOODEND's eldest daughter, Jennifer, attends the University of Guelph and is happy that she can now see her mother more frequently. Eric, in Grade 12, packed his bags for Toronto. But his younger sisters, Julie, and Sarah, dedicated to dance classes and Friends, opted to remain with their father in Ottawa. (They come to Toronto by train on convenient weekends and spend summers with their mother.)
Clearly, though, the children connect in a concrete way at Ms. WOODEND's family cottage in Wasaga Beach where she summered when she was young. On the dining-room wall, striated markings of annual growth spurts now include notches for Emma and baby Ethan. Of course, the couple bonded in an even more meaningful way on July 2, when they were married at Windermere United Church, the site of the bride's baptism, before an intimate group of 30. The couple's daughters were in dreamy "floaty chiffon" dresses each had chosen from Queen Street's cheeky Misdemeanors. Eric escorted his mother to the altar where the Reverend Kate YOUNG officiated. Then, the youthful entourage paraded in their finery through Bloor West Village to a garden reception at the newlyweds' home.
In 2028, when their class holds its 50th reunion and people ask the inevitable question, "Whatever happened to...? the VINCENTs will need a little time to explain their story.

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VISCOMI m@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2008-05-23 published
CLAYTON / VISCOMI -- Buck and Doe
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Collingwood Royal Canadian Legion
8 p.m.-2 a.m. $20 at the door
Exciting Games, Great Prizes, Food, Drinks, DJ and Dance
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