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The Northern Pen Marriages
2003

The Northern Pen is the main source for information on what's happening on the Great Northern Peninsula and in Southern Labrador. Comprehensive news and features are written about the resource industries, education, local and provincial politics, economic development and the people who live here.

Filed chronologically as published for the year 2003

 

ABBOTT - CANNING
Congratulations to Kimberley, daughter of Wayne and Ivy Abbott of St. Anthony, and Steven, son of Andrew and Yvonne Canning of Comfort Cove-Newstead on their wedding which took place on Jan. 25, 2003 in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Witnesses to their wedding were their friends Quinta Henessey and Robert Sule. A very special thank you to Avon Fancy, John and Matthew for all their help in preparing for their special day. Love and best wishes from Mom, Dad, Boyd and the Canning families.

TAYLOR - SHORT
Congratulations are extended to Joy, daughter of Leah and Willis Taylor of Portugal Cove, and Trevor, son of Jim and Shirley Short of St. John's, on their marriage which took place in St. John's on Feb. 14, 2003. The happy couple now resides in Torbay. A special thank you to family and friends.

ALLEN - PITTMAN
On March 7, 2003 at Sandal's Resort, Montego Bay, Jamaica, families and friends gathered to celebrate the beautiful beachside marriage of Shannon Pittman (formally of Cook's Harbour), and Karie Allen of Malden, New Brunswick. The bride and groom were attended by best friends Manual Roswell and Rene Smith of St. John's. Shannon and Karie reside in St. John's. Congratulations and good luck for a prosperous future, love Mom, Glenn and Blair.

CANNING - SYMONDS
Congratulations are extended to Myrna, daughter of Alvin and Velma Canning, and Jason, son of Ron and Loretta Symmonds, who were united in marriage on April 3, 2003 at Puerto-Plata, Dominican Republic. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together from Mom and Dad Canning, Mom and Dad Symmonds, family and friends.

NOSEWORTHY - GENGE
A beautiful wedding ceremony took place on April 12, 2003 when Tracy, daughter of Lambert and Dianne Noseworthy of Green Island Brook, and Ashley, son of Arthur and Laverne Genge of Anchor Point, were married at the Anglican Church in Lower Cove. The reception was held at the Lions Club in Anchor point. The happy couple now resides in Edmonton, Alberta. Congratulations and best wishes from their son Brady and all their family and friends.

COOMBS - TUCKER
Congratulations are extended to Brada, daughter of George and Mamie Coombs, and Bruce, son of John and Sybil Tucker, who were married on April 26, 2003 at St. Mary's Anglican Church in Black Duck Cove by Rev. John Hounsell-Drover. A reception followed at the Viking 430 in Reef's Harbour Junction where a large circle of family and friends celebrated the couple's vows. Love and best wishes for a lifetime of happiness together from family and friends.

BURT - O'KEEFE
Diane and Donnie
were married on the beach at Superclubs Cuba in Holguin on April 28, 2003. Special thanks go to all those who made the trip to Cuba, as well as to Suzette Farrell for trip/wedding plans (and Pleasures!), and Mark Sexton and Stephanie Sheehan for their photography expertise. A post-wedding reception took place at the Canada Games Centre, Corner Brook on June 21, 2003. Special thanks are extended to their parents, Heather Hemeon, Kim Musseau, Jade Mahoney and Florence Kelly for helping create memories of a lifetime. Diane and Donnie look forward to many more years of happiness and to the new addition to their family in March 2004.

BURDEN - BRIGHT
Congratulations to Brent, son of Woodrow and Marie Burden of St. Anthony, and Tammy, daughter of Wayne and Carol Bright of Rosetown, Saskatchewan, who were united in marriage on June 7, 2003 at Cold Lake Provincial Park, Cold Lake, Alberta. Tammy's sons Richard and Tyler gave her in marriage. Maid of honour was her daughter Stephanie; flower girl was her granddaughter Madison; best man was Darren Waage, good friend of the bride and groom. Lieutenant Colonel Robert Thorneycroft, C.O. 441 TFS performed the ceremony. Love and best wishes come from Mom, Dad, Tammy and Calvin, nephews Shawn and Shannon, Gram Burden, aunts and uncles, families and friends.

O'KEEFE - CHAULK
Congratulations are extended to Tanya, daughter of Sharon and David O'Keefe, and Shawn, son of Joan and Anthony Chaulk, who were married in Corner Brook June 14, 2003 followed by reception at Marble Mountain. Special thanks to family and friends who travelled to attend the ceremony. The couple are now residing in Fort McMurray, Alberta .

SHIRES - COOMBS
Susann
, daughter of the late Kenneth and Helen Shires of Round Lake Centre, Ontario, and Gordon, son of Jessie and the late Henry Coombs of Plum Point, were wed on Friday, June 27, 2003 at Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton, Alberta. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to family and many friends who travelled great distances to be with us to share in our special day. As we begin a new journey hand in hand. We reside in Sherwood Park, Alberta with our family pets Abby, Cuddles and Truman.

SIMMS - BUDGELL
Congratulations are extended to Debbie, daughter of Watson and Betty Simms, and Christopher, son of Winnie Budgell, who were united in marriage on June 28, 2003 at the Fort McMurray Pentecostal Church. The bridal party included: Best man Todd Keats, friend of the bride and groom; matron of honour Joanne Simms, sister of the bride; bridesmaids Tina Budgell, sister of the groom and Vanessa Humby, sister of the bride; groomsmen Chad Humby, brother-in-law of the bride and Gavin Parrill, cousin of the bride; junior bridesmaid Megan Humby, niece of the bride; junior groomsman Zachery Humby, nephew of the bride; ringbearer Ryan Simms, son of the bride and groom; and flowergirl Alyssa Budgell, daughter of the bride and groom. The happy couple are residing with their two children in Fort McMurray, Alberta. Love and best wishes from family and friends.

CHAULK - PILGRIM
Congratulations are extended to Daisy, daughter of Melissa Chaulk and the late John Chaulk, and Vincent, son of Gladys and Maitland Pilgrim, who were married on June 28, 2003. Wedding and reception took place at the Eastern Lodge in Eastern Passage, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The bridal party included: Best man Kevin Andrews, son of the bride; maid of honour Elizabeth Duhart, friend of the bride and groom; bridesmaid Dianne Pilgrim, sister of the groom; groomsman Kerry Chaulk, brother of the bride. Special thanks to all family members who traveled from Newfoundland. The happy couple now lives in Halifax . Love and best wishes from family and friends.

O'DELL - PENNEY
On July 5, 2003 Jacquie O'Dell and Whyman Penney were united in marriage in West St. Modeste at Our Lady of Labrador Church. The best man was Sterling Penney, brother of the groom; maiden of honour Josephine O' Dell, sister of the bride. Included in the wedding party were bridesmaids Anita O'Dell, sister of the bride, Yolanda Pike and Agnes Cabot, friends of the bride and groom and Trina Arcemen, niece of the groom; groomsmen were Brendan O'Dell, brother of the bride, Chad Buckle, nephew of the bride, Kirby and Louis Penney, brothers of the groom; ring bearer Ira Pye, nephew of the bride and flower girl Gillian Turnbull, niece of the groom. Special thanks to all family members who traveled from Port Hope Simpson, New Brunswick and Goose Bay, and also to Fr. Neil for officiating the wedding ceremony. Best wishes to Jacquie and Whyman, we hope you have a long and happy life together. Love and best wishes from family and friends, especially the “NIGHTHAWKS.”

WHITE
Congratulations to the happy couple who tied the knot on July 12, 2003. Tammy, daughter of Anthony and Jessie White, and Jason, son of George and Lucy White, were united in marriage at St. Thomas Church in Sandy Cove. Special congratulations come from Brandon and all other family and friends. The couple now resides in Sandy Cove and are anxiously awaiting the safe arrival of a new addition to their family.

GAILLOTT - GENGE
Congratulations to Holly, daughter of John and Alice Galliott of Eddies Cove West, and Angus, son of Stewart and Bessie Coombs of Shoal Cove West, who were united in marriage on July 19, 2003 at St. Theresa's Catholic Church in Port aux Choix. The happy couple resides in Stockdale, ON. Holly and Angus would like to thank everyone who helped make this a special day. Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness from family and friends.

ROSE
Congratulations to Kevin and Darlene Rose as they joined in marriage on July 26, 2003 in Camrose , Alberta . Darlene is the daughter of Alfreda Rose and the late Lewis Hillier. Kevin is the son of the late John and Patience Rose of St. Anthony. Kevin and Darlene are residing in Armena, Alberta. Best wishes from your family and friends who love you. May God richly bless you both on your journey together.

LAWLESS - CRANE
Congratulations to Patty, daughter of Michael and Rosie Lawless, and John, son of John A. and Elizabeth Crane, who were married on July 26, 2003 at St. Andrews Anglican Church by Rev. Sandra Hounsell-Drover. The bridal party consisted of a large number of family and friends. Best wishes for a long and happy life together come from Scott, Randy and Robyn, Mom and Dad Lawless, Mom and Dad Crane, family and friends.

GENGE - MORAES
On July 26, 2003 Vina, daughter of Montrose and Bertha Genge of Flowers Cove, and Tony, son of Jose and Christina DeSousa of Mississauga, Ontario, exchanged wedding vows in Vineland, Ontario with Rev. Derek Rymarchuk officiating. Vina was given in marriage by her parents. Maid of honour was Miriam Thorpe, friend of the bride; best man was Louis Trottier, brother-in-law of the groom; ringbearer was Andrew Matthews; musician Robert Fekete; soloist was Charlotte Genge and scripture reader was Isaac Genge. After the ceremony a dinner was served in the Carriage House. On Aug. 16, 2003 they were honoured with a reception at the Flowers Cove Lions Club. Thanks to family and friends who attended and made the night so very special. Best wishes are extended to Vina and Tony for a long and happy life together. They reside in Mississauga, Ontario.

TOOPE - PITMAN
Congratulations to Joy, daughter of Whyman and Emeline Toope of St. Barbe, and Cory, son of Ronald and Gloria Pittman of Bird Cove, who were united in marriage on Aug. 2, 2003 at St. Mary's Anglican Church in Black Duck Cove. The marriage was officiated by Rev. John Hounsell-Drover. The bridal party included: Best man Jade Gibbons, friend of the bride and groom; groomsmen Whyman Toope Jr., brother of the bride, Trent Pittman, cousin of the groom, Brian Dredge, friend of the bride and groom, Shane Applin, cousin of the bride, Joshua Tatchell, cousin of the groom, Peter Applin, uncle of the groom, Christopher Dredge, cousin of the bride, Tobias Mahar, cousin of the groom, Marvin Pittman, cousin of the groom, Jari Jenneaux, cousin of the groom, and Wayne Mitchelmore, friend of the bride and groom; junior groomsman Christopher Roche, cousin of the bride; ringbearer Austin Tatchell, cousin of the groom; maid of honour Tyna Doyle, cousin of the bride; bridesmaids Danica Doyle, cousin of the bride, Kylie Pittman, sister of the groom, Abby Pittman, sister of the groom, Lisa Doyle, cousin of the bride, Allision Gould, friend of the bride and groom, Tanya Gibbons, friend of the bride and groom, Lisa Walsh, friend of the bride, Nancy Williams, friend of the bride, Gladys Doyle, cousin of the bride, Aletha Jenneaux, cousin of the groom and Tina Mitchelmore, cousin of the groom; junior bridesmaid Danica Applin, cousin of the groom; flower girl Brittany Rumbolt, cousin of the groom. Master of Ceremonies was Nancy Baines-Toope, friend of the bride and groom, readers were Tanya Dredge, Cathy Gibbons, Chantel Doyle and Dianna Tatchell, and ushers were Linda Gibbons and Eliza Tatchell. Congratulations for a long and happy life together from family and friends. Joy and Cory who now reside in St. John's would like to thank everyone who helped make their day so special.

STEVENS - DREDGE
Congratulations are extended to Melanie, daughter of Jessie and Howard Stevens, and Rodney, son of Sheila and Leslie Dredge, who were married on Aug. 9, 2003 at St. Mary's Church in Black Duck Cove. Reception was held at Anchor Point Lions Club. The bridal party included: Maid of honour Jody Williams, cousin of the bride; bridesmaids Deanna Way, Caroline Ann Taylor and Roxanne Williams, cousins of the bride, Janine White, cousin of the groom and Kathy Gibbons, Janice Genge and Rowena Wentzell, friends of the bride and groom; best man Darcy Dredge, brother of the groom; groomsmen Mitchell Stevens, brother of the bride, Paul and Scott Dredge, cousins of the groom, Byron Stevens, cousin of the bride, Gurvin Taylor, Sean Toope and Leon Butt, friends of the bride and groom, ring bearers Ralph Rodney Wentzell, nephew of the groom; Brady Taylor, nephew of the bride; flower girls Kaitlin Coles, cousin of the groom and Chloe Taylor, friend of the bride and groom. Special thanks to all, especially to Rhonda Green who took part in the wedding. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together from Mom and Dad Stevens, Mitchell, Mom and Dad Dredge, Darcy, Rowena, Ralph Rodney and all family and friends.

PILGRIM - CONDON
Congratulations to Amanda, daughter of Wavey and Mervin Pilgrim of Main Brook, and Jason, son of Christine Dawe and Larry Condon of St. John's, who were united in marriage on Aug. 9, 2003 at First Assembly Church in St. John's. The happy couple resides in St. Johns. Amanda and Jason would like to thank everyone who helped make their special day. Best wishes from Mom and Dad Pilgrim, sister Stephanie, all family and friends. May God richly bless you both on your journey together.

PORTER - HUGHES
Congratulations are extended to Kristine, daughter of Mabel and Ivan Mahar, and Dwayne, son of Yvonne and Wayne Hughes, who were married on Aug. 9, 2003 at Church of the Advent in Plum Point in a lovely ceremony officiated by Rev. John Hounsell-Drover. The bridal party included: Maid of honour Krista Marsden, best friend of the bride; bridesmaids Tracy Mahar, sister of the bride, Angela Hughes, cousin of the bride and Stephanie Mahar, sister of the bride; flower girl Megan Mahar, niece and godchild of the bride; best man Danny Hughes, brother of the groom; groomsmen Tyson Macey, cousin of the groom, Preston and Kyle Macey, cousins of the groom, and ringbearer Hunter Macey, cousin and godchild of the groom. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together from Mom and Dad Mahar, Mom and Dad Hughes, family and friends. The happy couple, who now reside in Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia, would like to thank everyone who helped make their special day so wonderful.

CARPENTER - PATEY
Congratulations are extended to Bev, daughter of Bill and Ruby Carpenter, and Ed, son of Gloria Boyd and the late Ed Patey Sr., who were married on Aug. 9 at St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church in St. Anthony in a lovely ceremony officiated by Rev. Jean Brenton-Hickman. The bride was attended by best friend Deanne Simms as maid of honour. Bridesmaids were Gloria Campbell, friend of the bride, Wendy Soontiens-Carpenter, sister- in-law of the bride and Jenny Chaytor, friend of the bride. Kyla Patey, niece of the groom, was flower girl. The groom's attendants included Best man Shawn Patey, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Don and Tom Carpenter, brothers of the bride and Joe Boyd, brother of the groom. Blake Murrin, nephew of the groom, was the ringbearer. Peter and Glen Patey, cousins of the groom, gave out programs. Music for the ceremony was provided by Jean Boyd and accompanied by Maggie Linstead. Pam Randall was the soloist. Bev and Ed would like to thank their guests, many who came from away, for sharing their special day. Special thanks to everyone who helped in any way to make the day so wonderful, especially Aunt Sharon, Aunt Nina and Uncle Bob, Jeremy and Sonya Simms, Lisa Richards and Marilyn Patey. A very special thank you goes to the children of the Rainbow Camp as well for the great job in helping make some of the decorations. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together come from family and friends.

TAYLOR - TAYLOR
Congratulations are extended to Stacey, daughter of Glossen and Bernice Taylor, formerly of Raleigh, now residing in Grande Prairie, Alberta, and Brian, son of Willis and Leah Taylor, formerly of St. Anthony Bight. The ceremony took place at Jubilee Park in Grande Prairie on Aug. 16, 2003. The bridal party included: Best man Cory Rose; groomsmen Conrad Taylor, brother of the bride and Tony Woolridge; maid of honour Nicole Taylor, sister of the bride; bridesmaids Angie Martin and Roxane Byrne; ring bearers Jagger and Tanner Taylor, sons of the bride and groom, and flower girl Taylor Green. The usher was Travis Taylor, brother of the groom and MC was Steven Bessey. The happy couple now resides in Grande Prairie. Congratulations and best wishes from family and friends.

CHAMBERS - GENGE
Congratulations are extended to Judy, daughter of Barbara and Henry Chambers, and Monty, son of Una and Montrose Genge, who were married on Aug. 16, 2003. Wedding and reception took place in Anchor Point. The bridal party included: Best man Pierre Genge, brother of the groom; maid of honour Pam Applin, sister of the bride; groomsmen Gorvin and Henry Chambers, brothers of the bride, Troy Sinnicks, friend of the bride and groom and Danan Chambers, cousin of the groom; ring bearer Jagger Genge, nephew of the groom; bridesmaids Darlene Poole, sister of the bride, Easta Genge, cousin of the bride and groom, Trina White, cousin of the groom and Jelisa Genge, friend of the bride and groom; flower girls Megan Poole and Chanelle Applin, nieces of the bride. Special thanks to all who took part in their wedding. Love and best wishes from family and friends.

PATEY - HILLIER
Congratulations are extended to Karen, daughter of Maxine Patey of St. Anthony, and Robbie, son of Annie and Roland Hillier of St. Anthony. The ceremony took place on Aug. 16, 2003 at the Bethel Pentecostal Church in St. Anthony. Special thanks to all who took part in their wedding. Congratulations, love and best wishes from family and friends.

WAY - POWER
Congratulations to Kerry, son of Keif and Karen Way of Green Island Cove, and Mindy, daughter of Maurice and Catherine Power of Gander, who were united in marriage on August 23, 2003 at Fraser Road United Church in Gander. The happy couple resides in Morinville, Edmonton, Alberta. Kerry and Mindy would like to thank everyone who helped make their special day. Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness from your families and friends.

PERRY - RYAN
Congratulations are extended to Sylinda, daughter of Beatrice and the late Hubert Perry of Hawkes Bay, and Keith, son of Pauline and Raymond Ryan of Codroy Valley. The ceremony took place at Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, British Columbia on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2003. The happy couple now resides in Victoria. Congratulations and best wishes from son Bruce, Mom and family.

PENNEY - PATEY
Congratulations to Kara, daughter of Eileen and Wayne Penney, and Jason, son of Millicent and Dennis Patey, who were married on Aug. 23, 2003 at St. Anthony United Church. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together from Mom and Dad Penney, Mom and Dad Patey, family and friends.

SULLIVAN - ADAMS
Congratulations to Trudy, daughter of Noel and Gen Sullivan of Calvert, and Elton, son of Enos and Mary Adams of Roddickton on their wedding which took place Sept. 3, 2003. Elton and Trudy, who are with the Armed Forces, reside in Shilo, Manitoba.

BUCHANAN - REID
Congratulations to Louise, daughter of William and Catherine Buchanan of St. Anthony, and Rick, son of Levi and Jean Reid of St. Anthony, who were united in marriage on Sept. 27, 2003 at Nashwaaksis United Church in Fredericton, NB. The marriage was officiated by Rev. Franklin Curtis. Best man was Blaine Popavitch, friend of the groom; groomsmen Les Smith and Jim Klein, friends of the groom; junior groomsman Holden Reid, son of the groom and ring bearer Liam Reid, son of the bride and groom; maid of honour was Nadine Ward, friend of the bride; bridesmaid Carla Newell, niece of the bride; junior bridesmaids were Danielle Reid, daughter of the groom and Katie Buchanan, daughter of the bride. Rick and Louise are living in Oromocto, New Brunswick. Congratulations for a long and happy life together from family and friends.

TOOPE - GIBBONS
Congratulations are extended to Tanya, daughter of Peggy and Rendell Toope of Pond Cove, and Jade, son of Maryann and Edmund Gibbons of Forrester's Point, who were married on Oct. 11, 2003 at St. Mary's Church, Black Duck Cove. The marriage was officiated by Rev. John Hounsell-Drover. The bridal party included: Maid of honour Vicki Toope, special friend of the bride; bridesmaids Trudy Gibbons, sister of the groom, Misty Williams, Nina Williams, Maxine McLean and Natalie Chambers, cousins of the bride, Jilda Caines, Renita Fillatre and Ashley Guinchard, cousins of the groom, Nancy Toope, Tina Mitchelmore, Joy Pittman and Trina Keough, friends of the bride and groom and Kendra Gibbons, niece of the groom; flower girl Emily Sarah Taylor, friend of the bride and groom; best man Sam Gibbons, brother of the groom; groomsmen Torin Toope, brother of the bride, Watson Mitchelmore, Jeremy Caines, Martin Dredge and Jade Whalen, cousins of the groom, Jari Williams and Logan Dredge, cousins of the bride, Cory Pittman, Wayne Mitchelmore, Keon Toope, Floyd McLean, Chris Legge and Lorne Coombs, friends of the bride and groom, and ringbearer Nash Keon McLean, godchild of the bride. Special thanks to Morris Pittman and Cory Pittman for the music, the readers and ushers Eliza Gibbons, Lisa Doyle, Heidi Caines, Linda Toope, David Guinchard, Lavinia Beaudoin and Wanda Pittman, our chauffeur Jarvis Baines and master of ceremonies Sadie Lavallee. Love and best wishes from family and friends for a long happy life together.

BLACKMAN - ALLINGHAM
Congratulations to Sandra, daughter of Ron Blackman and Diane Gregoire of Cambridge, ON, and Don, son of Irene and Basil Allingham of Cook's Harbour, and who were united in marriage on Oct. 24, 2003 at Holiday Inn in Cambridge. The happy couple now resides in Cambridge.

LETTO - O'BRIEN
Congratulations are extended to Sonia Maxine, daughter of Clarence and Belinda Letto, and Glenn Darrell, son of Reginald and Ruby O'Brien, who were united in marriage on Oct. 25, 2003 in West St. Modeste. The reception took place at Northern Light Inn in L'Anse au Clair. The wedding party included: Maid of honour Jackie Letto, cousin of the bride; bridesmaids Pamela Cabot, sister of the bride, Lorna Murphy, sister of the groom, Monica Hunt, sister of the bride and Angela Goodridge, friend of the groom; best man Fabian O'Brien, brother of the groom; groomsmen Terry Dyke, friend of the groom, Nick McCarthy, friend of the groom, Warrick Belbin, friend of the groom and Ronnie O'Brien, brother of the groom; ringbearer Daniel Hunt, nephew of the bride, and flower girl Kylie Murphy niece of the groom. Love and best wishes come from the Letto and O'Brien families and friends.

CLARKE - BARNEY
Congratulations to Amanda, daughter of Tom and Mary Ellen Clarke of Mckeesport, PA, and Darris, son of Freddy and Margaret Barney of L'Anse au Loup. They were united in marriage on Dec. 19, 2003 at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, PA. Love and best wishes come from family and friends.

RANDELL - CULL
Congratulations are extended to Sonya, daughter of Matthew and Ethel Randell, and Hollis, son of Freeman and Glenda Cull, who were married on Dec. 20, 2003 at the Apostolic Faith Church in Bide Arm in a beautiful winter ceremony officiated by Pastor Chris Hewlett. The bride was attended by her sister, Cindy Randell as maid of honour; bridesmaids Kellie Chubbs, cousin of the bride, as well as Nicole Cull, Terri-Lynn Cull and Alison Cull, sisters of the groom, and Valerie Chubbs, cousin of the bride as flowergirl. The groom's attendants included: Best man Perry Fillier, friend of the bride and groom; groomsmen Kevin Hopkins, friend of the bride and groom, Cory Randell, brother of the bride, Keon Randell, brother of the bride, and Shane Reid, cousin of the bride; junior groomsman Alex Cassell, friend of the bride and groom. Wilfred Randell, uncle of the bride as well as Naaman Randell performed the lighting of the candles and also gave out programs. Music for the ceremony was provided by pianist Teena Cassell, friend of the bride and groom, as well as by Booth Reid, Guy Chubbs and Ralph Randell, all uncles of the bride. Ralph Randell was the soloist. Special thanks are also extended to Uncle Ross, Ralinda, Dinah-Lee, Aunt Tamar, Aunt Kathy, Aunt Ada, Easta Genge, Lena, Ida, Melissa, and to everyone who helped in any way to make the day so wonderful. Hollis and Sonya had a very memorable honeymoon in Varadero, Cuba. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together come from family and friends.

TWYNE - FILLIER
Congratulations to Stephanie, daughter of Ron and Peggy Twyne of Englee, and Angus, son of Daphne and the late Oliver Fillier of Englee. They were united in marriage on Dec. 27, 2003 in Englee. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life from family and friends.

PAYNE - BLANCHARD
Congratulations are extended to Bonnie, daughter of Loretta and Bill Payne, and Clinton, son of Cora and Absalom Blanchard, who were married on Dec. 27, 2003 at St. Mary's Anglican Church in Cow Head in a lovely ceremony officiated by Rev. Pratt. The bridal party included: Maid of honour Paula Caines, sister of the bride; bridesmaids Jennifer Payne, friend of the bride, Gena Blanchard, sister of the groom, Jessica Day, niece of the bride and Samantha Kennedy, niece of the bride; flower girl Abby Blanchard, niece of the groom; best man Benjie Blanchard, brother of the groom; groomsmen Dwain Caines, brother of the bride, Dwight Goosney, friend of the groom, and ringbearer Christopher Kennedy, nephew of the bride. Love and best wishes for a long and happy life together come from family and friends. The happy couple who reside in Three Mile Rock would like to thank everyone who helped make their special day so wonderful.

SAUNDERS - LAVERS
On Dec. 29, 2003, Crystal Saunders of Kitchener, Ontario and Bruce Lavers of Port Saunders, were united in marriage at Fredericton, New Brunswick. They are currently residing in Oromocto where they are both employed with the Canadian Armed Forces at Base Gagetown. Congratulations and best wishes for your future from Mom and Dad Lavers, Brian and Jen, Mitchell, your darling daughter, Eve Cora and Nan Wentzell.

 

 

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Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit ( Wednesday February 20, 2013 )

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