Sunday Register in Sandusky, Ohio
19 Aug 2001

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19 Aug 2001

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Sunday Register (Newspaper) - August 19, 2001, Sandusky, Ohio Mili a a a a Sandusky Register Quot a Ivi i Lbw i or a a a sunday August 19, 2001. V 9 Alaina to Phillips a Jeremy Louis Janelle aug. 11,2001 Alaina to Phillips and Jeremy Louis Janelle were married in Quaker Square crowne Plaza Akron. Judge Ted Schneiderman officiated at the 4 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Nanette l. Phillips 618 Lansing Road Akron. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Louis Bonnie Janelle 6710 canal lock ave. New canal Fulton Ohio. He has family and friends in the Sandusky area. Bridesmaids were Kelly Malek of Akron Erin Angotti of Moon township pa., and Gabrielle Somrak of Cleveland. Ushers were Dan Ankeny Chris Distel and Rob Raber All of canal Fulton. Flower girl was Stephanie Raber. The reception was at Quaker Square crowne Plaza Akron. The Bride attends University of Akron where she is studying psychology with an emphasis in Neur psychology. Her husband a graduate of uni mrs. Jeremy Janelle varsity of Akron earned a degree in mechanical engineering. He is employed at a amp a engineering in Shaker Heights. They live at 1631 Sapphire drive Hudson of 44236. Or. And mrs. Robert Reiber Reiber anniversary july 8,1961 or. And mrs. Robert Reiber 114 Michigan ave., Sandusky celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. A trip to Hawaii is planned for Spring 2002. The couple was married in Sandusky Trinity United methodist Church by the Rev. Forrest nees. Or. And mrs. Reiber Are the parents of Traci Adcock of Conyers ga., and David and Eric Reiber both of Sandusky. They have four grandchildren. Or. Reiber is retired from Sandusky City schools and mrs. Reiber the former Sandra Nickel is employed at Busu fire lands. Or. And mrs. Jack Rothgeb r0thgeb anniversary aug. 22,1956 or. And mrs. Jack Rothgeb 814 Warren St., Sandusky plan to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. The couple was married in Carey Ohio by the Rev. Richard l. Hughes. Or. And mrs. Rothgeb Are the parents of Floyd Decker Jeanie , Richard l. Rothgeb Terry e. Rothgeb Donald j. Rothgeb Rick Rothgeb and Mark e. Rothgeb. They have 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild. I service Marine corps pfc. Joshua s. Leach son of Cheryl l. Westfall of Dunlap tenn., and Richard w. Leach of 46680 new London Eastern Road new London recently graduated from the Marine corps Basic combat Engineer course at Marine corps base Camp Lejeune . The 2000 graduate of Wellington High school joined the Marine corps in August 2000. Or. And mrs. Robert Blakely Blakely anniversary aug. 23,1941 or. And mrs. Robert Blakely 1216 Mckinley St., Sandusky plan to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary aug. 26,2001, at the 11 30 . Mass at its. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Sandusky followed by a family dinner. The couple was married in its. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Sandusky by the Rev. . Of Leary. Or. And mrs. Blakely Are the parents of Robert d., Mark h., and Cynthia Ball All of Sandusky Pamela Margetin of Lansing Mich., Shelley Stout of Bethel Park pa., and Kevin j. Of grand rapids Mich. They have 11 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Or. Blakely is retired from Western Southern life insurance co. Mrs. Blakely is the former Alice Moosbrugger. Or. And mrs. Charles Popke Popke anniversary aug. 23,1941 or. And mrs. Charles g. Popke jr., 10310 Patten tract Road Monroeville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary aug. 18,2001, at the lab club Sandusky. The couple was married in St. Mary a Church rectory by the Rev. Eugene Arnoldi. Or. And mrs. Popke Are the parents of Kareen Voight Gary Popke and Cathie Beatty All of Sandusky Cheryl Winfield of Lorain a Charles Popke Iii of Columbia . Michael Popke of Phoenix Ken Neth Popke of Garner . Craig Popke and Paul Popke and Joseph Popke both deceased. They have 22 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Or. Popke retired from Wagner Quarry in 1986, after 38 years of service. Mrs. Popke the former Eileen Meyer is a homemaker. Wow. Sandusky Register. Com we be been giving Ynn our Best for 74 years. Tfx urn a bom All Behr products a a a a a re Rev. Paints stains and varnishes Casti visa lowest prices of the year 1401 Sycamore line phone 419-626-2461 Quot Sandusky s Complete paint store Quot wedding anniversaries Bethany Ann Fries a David Wayne Reiber june 16, 2001 senior menus make reservations by the Day before by calling the senior Center at 626-2560 or Porter memorial at 626-2580. Monday a Beefy Macaroni cheese cauliflower tropical fruit bread or Roll cookie. Chol91. Senior enter transportation to Meijer. Porter fun and Fellowship a Price is tuesday a Chicken stir Fry vegetables Oriental noodles bread or Roll Melon or grapes. Chol 89. Senior Center speaker Cheri Schraidt of Homespun hideaway on a fun with Porter a shopping at drug Mart and Cardinal grocery. Wednesday a Spanish port chop Spanish Rice mexican Corn bread or Roll dessert. Chol 88. Senior Center a Patricia of the Marblehead coast guard. Porter a Bingo with prizes. Thursday a italian sausage / Green peppers and onions or Corn dog potato wedges Corn Watermelon bread or Roll Apple pie. Chol 85. Senior Center a Ireland fun band. Porter Bible study. Friday a Swiss Steak mashed potatoes Wax Beans bread or Roll peaches. Chol 80. Senior Center a transportation to Sandusky mall and Wal Mart. Porter fun and Fellowship. You be been told you need total knee replacement. You May not have the total answer Bethany Ann Fries and David Wayne Reiber were married in St. Joseph Church Monroeville. The Rev. Larry Scharf officiated at the 1 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Joseph and Mary Ann Fries 3452 Peru w. Section line Road Monroeville. The Groom is the son of Robert and Sandra Reiber 114 Michigan ave., Sandusky. Honor attendant was Sarah Fries of Monroeville. Bridesmaids were Traci Adcock of Atlanta and Abigail Fries Megan Meisler and Emily Fries All of Monroeville. Best Man was Eric Reiber of Sandusky. Ushers were Ken Nixon of Sandusky Mark Stair of Atlanta Bret Slater of Springfield a. And Stephen Pfanner of Akron. Flower girl was Julian Sandrell. Ring bearer was Austin Reiber. The reception was at the vow Norwalk. The Bride a graduate of Monroeville High school graduated Magna cum laude from Bowling Green state University. Her husband a graduate of or. And mrs. David Reiber Perkins High school and Owens technical College is employed at Whirlpool in Clyde and Plum Brook country club. The couple took a wedding trip to the poconos. They live at 308 e. Follett St., Sandusky. 58�o0 a Ooper Foster Park Road a 1 a rain 444 52-0396 440 985 1113 a 800 860-3310 a 440 985-3117 a if you suffer with severe arthritis of the knee and have knee joint pain you be probably heard about the wonderful Relief which a total joint replacement can give. But do you know that there May be alternative procedures that eliminate lengthy recovery time and will relieve the pain. You need to get answers from the experts at Kolczun amp Kolczun orthopaedic associates. At the Kolczun amp Kolczun orthopaedic Center our programs Are designed to provide a total plan tor returning you to a Normal Active lifestyle. Our approach is to give you the maximum amount of Relief with the minimum amount of surgery. If you think you May be in need of a total joint replacement. Think again. The answer just May be the Relief of symptoms with a lesser procedure. So talk to our Friendly and caring staff to set up a time for you to get some real answers. Call today and take the first step to the Road to recovery. Pc Community Quot m health partners a a a Czuni Kolczun hop Ledic associates Tricia Renee Stradtman a r. Joseph Saccoccia june 23, 2001 Tricia Renee Stradtman and r. Joseph Saccoccia were married at its. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Sandusky. The Rev. John Brennen officiated at the 1 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of John and Barbara Stradtman 1414 Julianne Circle Sandusky. The Groom is the son of Reno and Patricia Saccoccia 415terri ave., Steubenville Ohio. Honor attendants were Molly Stradtman and Krisha Smoyer both of Sandusky. Bridesmaids were Gina Arlesic Ofarren Ohio Heather Shoop of Huron Kelli Blanton and Alicia Lange both of Sandusky Maria dress of Middle Burg Heights Ohio and Michelle Kernahan of Steubenville. Best men were Aaron Newman and Brian Peckens both of Steubenville. Ushers were John Arlesic Ofarren Tim Obergefell of Sandusky and Ashley Newman Chris Scisciani Jason Kernahan Michael Rodgers and . Tiberio All of Steubenville. Flower girl was Maria Saccoccia of new Jersey. Ring bearers were to Arlesic of Warren and Patrick Mcginnes of new Jersey. The reception was at Caesars Crystal Palace Sandusky. The Bride is a 1995 graduate of Perkins High school and a 1999 graduate of Baldwin Wallace col or. And mrs. R. Saccoccia lege where she earned a degree in education. She is a first Grade teacher in Steubenville City schools. Her husband a 1995 graduate of Steubenville High school and a 1999 graduate of Baldwin Wallace College earned a degree in education. He is a specific learning disabilities teacher at Harding Middle school Steubenville and coaches football and wrestling for Steubenville. The couple took a wedding trip to Walt Disney world Orlando Fla. They live at 209 Hollywood blvd., Steubenville of 43952

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