Sunday Register in Sandusky, Ohio
29 Oct 2000

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29 Oct 2000

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Sunday Register (Newspaper) - October 29, 2000, Sandusky, Ohio Weddings Sandusky Register a a sunday october 29, 2000 Suzanne Elizabeth Guyton sept. 2, 2000 Suzanne Elizabeth Guyton and William David Derge were married at congregational United Church of Christ Rev. John Paputza officiated at the 4 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Carl and Cathy Guyton 5617 Delores drive Castalia. The Groom is the son of Patricia Derge 53 Briar Ridge Carbondale iii., and the late David r. Derge. Maid of Honor was Sara Guyton of Toledo. Matron of Honor was Sarah Parker of Castalia. Bridesmaids were Heidi Lisi of Wapakoneta Ohio Sarah Hamilton of Huron Carey Guyton of Dublin Ohio and Jennie Derge of Arlington a. Best Man was Josh swims of Columbus. Ushers were Jim Williams of Batesville ind., John Williams of Carthage 111., Bill Quashnoc Kofot Fallon 111.,Tony Guyton of Dublin Bryan Williams of Chicago and Paul Schoen and Jeff Pauline both of Carbondale 111. Flower girls were Haleigh and Sydney Killebrew. Ring bearers were Ryan and Sam Derge. The reception was at Radisson Harbor inn Sandusky. The Bride a graduate of mar Garetta High school and Bowling William David Derge Clifton or. Or. And mrs. William Derge Wondrak. Lane sept. 3, 2000 Tondra k. Lane and Clifton t. Frisby jr., were married at kingdom lifestyles ministries Sandusky. The Rev. Veno Kuhl officiated at the 11 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Eula Vanhall 4012 Venice Road Sandusky and the late Robert Quot Broncos Groom is the son of Veronica Austin 3151 Trowbridge ave., Cleveland and the late Clifton Frisby or. Honor attendant was Sheila Doster of Sandusky. Junior bridesmaid was Brit Nee Frisby Elyria. Best Man was Perry Williams of Elyria. Ushers were Larry keys jr., Lester Thomas and Lynn Lewis All of Sandusky and Karl Deane Dukes of Elyria. The reception was at knights of Columbus. The Bride a graduate of Sandusky High school is employed by Dixie Sandusky Plant. Her husband a graduate of Jacqueline Louise Hemmer july 22,2000 Jacqueline Louise Hemmer and Michael Eric Linden were married at holy Angels Church Sandusky. The Rev. Nicholas Weibel officiated at the 2 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Melvin d. Hemmer 5611 Susan drive Castalia. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Harold j. Linden 534 Pearl St., Sandusky. Honor attendant was Melanie Hemmer of Berlin Heights. Bridesmaids were Andrea Yun of Castalia Amy Eissler of Hoover Ala., and Shannon Hemmer of Sandusky. Junior bridesmaid was Ciara Hemmer of Berlin Heights. Miniature Bride was Victoria Hemmer of Berlin Heights. Best Man was Steve Price of Sandusky. Ushers were Bud grooms and Zach Hemmer both of Sandusky and Tom Jensen of Berlin Heights. Junior usher was Darek fish of Hoover. Miniature Groom was Dominic Aceto of Sandusky. Flower girls were Emily Linden of Castalia and Marissa Hemmer of Berlin Heights. Ring bearers were Mathew Fitzgerald of Broo Park Ohio and Chad fish of Hoover Ala. The reception was at Law local 913, Sandusky. Elyria j Ligh school is employed by Lear corp. The couple took a wedding trip to at live at 314 Tiffin ave., Sandusky. Michael Eric Linden Margo Ann Woronecki Troy Robert Shultz sept. 9,2000 Margo Ann Woronecki and Troy Robert Shultz were married in Lin Wood Chapel Vermilion. I he Rev. Ferry Parker of Trinity lutheran Church Vermilion officiated at the 4 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Paul and Margo Woronecki 1608 Seminary Road Milan. The Groom is the son of Robert and Willie Ann Shultz 15613 Garfield Road Wakeman. Honor attendant was Theresa m. Gerold of Sandusky. Best Man was Aaron m. Zeleski of Avon Ohio. Ushers were Tony Shultz and Randy Shultz both of Vermilion Cory Wooten of Amherst and Paul Quot buddy Woronecki of Columbus. Flower girls were Samantha and Cassidy Sheppard. Ring bearer was Ryan. Gerold. The reception was at am vets Post 22, Vermilion. The Bride a graduate of St. Mary Central Catholic High school Bowling Green state University and Cincinnati College of mortuary science earned a bachelors of science in 1988. Margo Woronecki Shultz Troy Shultz her husband a graduate of fire lands High school and Lorain Community College is employed at Geon poly one in Avon. The Coupie took a wedding trip to the Smoky mountains. They live at 4680 Idle View drive Vermilion of 44089. Experience to Deal with the issues a jail overcrowding a working with $5.7 million budget a adding additional Road patrol personnel a comprehensive training program for All staff elect by amp a s Erie a o in i y sheriff or. And mrs. Michael Linden the Bride a graduate of mar Garetta High school and Hove is employed at lutheran memorial Home. Her husband a graduate of Sandusky High school is employed at Auto Plas Bellevue and served in the . Navy. The couple took a wedding trip to Las vegas. They live at 7500 Parker Road Castalia of 44824. Busu fire lands scholarships awarded Huron twp. These area students received scholarships to attend Busu fire lands College for the 2000-2001 academic year Tammy l. Hall a 1982 graduate of Willard High school and Kathrine s. Simonson of Norwalk each received the Alta m. Croll memorial scholarship Worth $1248. Hall is the daughter of Leslie and Alicia Smith of Willard and is a Sophomore majoring in communication Art technology. Simonson a first place tie Winner in a freshman essay contest for English 112-Best research paper graduated from fire lands local High school in 1980, where she was a member of the National Honor society. She is a Junior majoring in business and accounting. 16 years experience with Erie county sheriffs office a administrative experience a currently serving As Captain and jail administrator a oversee annual budget of $3.5 million a supervise a staff of approximately 50 employees a led the transition team in the planning and operation of the new county jail a served on the Ohio supreme courts court Security project a graduate of Fri Academy a United states marshals service training Academy a member of National sheriffs association Buckeye state sheriffs association endorsements sheriff John e. Magnuson a Law a Cap a Pace a of some a Bay area labor Council Lyons for sheriff committee Tygh tone treasurer 1401 Cleveland Road Sandusky. Ohio 44870 Green state University earned a degree in secondary education. Her husband a graduate of Carbondale Community i Ligh school and University of Missouri Rolla earned a degree in aerospace engineering. 1 be is an f15e Pilot at sey Mour Johnson air Force base Goldsboro n.c., and is a first lieutenant in the . Air Force. The couple is planning a trip to Hawaii. They live at 3102 Cashwell drive unit 4, Goldsboro no 27530 Amy Frances Maschari a Jamie Paul Keller aug. 5, 2000 Amy Frances Maschari and Jamie Paul Keller were married at its. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Sandusky. The Rev. Frank Kehres officiated at the 1 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Ronald and Patricia Maschari 524 Wayne St., Groom is the son of Mark and Lynn Keller 2116 Lima Sandusky Road Sandusky. Honor attendants were Gia Gen Nari and Andrea Baker both of Sandusky. Bridesmaids were Missy Fink of Rocky River Barb mounts and Beth Baird both of Dayton Angie Becker of Columbus and Tami Maschari and Jennifer Keller both of Sandusky. Best men were Joshua Keller and Wally Dorobek both of Sandusky. Ushers were Matt Brunner of Zanesville Bill Yeager of Findlay Troy Kajfasz of Pickerington Mike Flewelling of Cleveland Matt Maschari and Brad Maschari both of Sandusky Marty Ambos of Brooklyn n.y., Adam Springer of Louisville ky., and Doug Whipple of Cincinnati. Flower girl was Gabrielle Keller of Castalia. Ring bearer was Luke Frankboner of Milan. The reception was at the Iab club Sandusky. The Bride a 1994 graduate of St. Or. And mrs. Jamie Keller Mary Central Catholic High school is a 1998 graduate of Bowling Green state University where she also attends graduate school. She is a first Grade teacher at Marysville exempted school District Marysville Ohio. Her husband a 1992 graduate of Margaretta High school and a 1996 graduate of Bowling Green state University is an accountant for Honda of America in Marysville. T he couple took a wedding trip to Aruba. They live at 5059 Bomar drive Hilliard of 43026.Community health education programs at Ftp Fisher Titus medical Center is your Community health resource. Our Community health education programs Are designed to help you and your family develop healthy lifestyles learn new skills Deal with the stresses of everyday life and Cope with chronic illness. For More information on any of the programs below Call Femc at 668-8101 or 1-800-589-8101 and ask for the Extension maternity fitness for new moms and moms to be have a health pregnancy and shape up quickly after delivery tuesdays and thursdays 7-8 . Exercise has positive effects for both Mother and baby. This four week fitness program is for women at All fitness Levels and in All phases of pregnancy and postpartum. Classes meet on tuesdays and thursdays. Registration information ext. 6110.breastfeeding6 . 8 30 ., tuesday nov. 7 tips and techniques for better and More successful breastfeeding. Registration information ext. 6110. Community forum diabetes dialogue taking diabetes to heart7 30 ., thursday nov. 9, Garden level of the Carriage House 175 Shady Lane drive get the facts about diabetes and heart disease at this Community health event. Femc will offer free blood pressure screens blood glucose screenings and dietary consultations. Program will include a nationwide teleconference and question and answer session with or. Ralph May. No reservations required. Please Park in the rear parking lot of the Carriage medical Center 272 Benedict ave., Norwalk of 44857 419-668-8101 or 1-800-589-8101 _ nutrition amp fitness diabetes clinic a program for those interested in learning More about diabetes management. Physician referral required. A two session morning clinics Are available 10-11 30 . On nov. 6-7 13-14 20-21 a a two session afternoon clinic is available from 4-5 30 . On nov. 27-28. Registration information ext. 6305.weight management a comprehensive program for weight loss and behaviour modification. Physician referral required. A 4-5 30 ., tuesday amp wednesday nov. 7-8 a 11 30 .-1p.m.tuesday amp wednesday nov. 21-22 registration information ext. 6305.health clinics hearing clinic thursday nov. 16, Call for appointments Femc the Ohio department of health and the Huron county general health District sponsor this clinic for children from birth to 21 years of age. Appointments Are required. Call the Huron co. General health District 668-1652 or 1-888-694-6417cancer screening free skin cancer screening saturday nov. 18, Call for appointments Courtesy of Femc and or. Thomas Fleming and or. Jennifer Gould. Appointments 6417 support groups All support groups Are free and open to the Public Huron county cancer support group for men 7 ., wednesday nov. 15 meets the third wednesday of each month information Call Ron Capricorn 668-9460 stroke survivor support group 7 ., wednesday nov. 15 meets the third wednesday of each month information ext. 6456 alzheimer support group 1 30 ., tuesday nov. 16 meets the third thursday of each month. Information ext. 6456. Caring amp sharing cancer support group 7 ., tuesday nov. 28 meets the 4th tuesday of each month. Information 6557 diabetic support group 4 ., wednesday nov. 29 meets the last wednesday of each month. Information 6417 new London diabetic support group 6 ., tuesday nov. 21 meets at the Femc Community room w. Main St., new London Holiday food by Femc dietician Penny Stang. Information Raymond Murphy 929-1513 Lori Wade 668-8101 ext. 6557 Kathy use was the editor of the news Content on this Page

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