Donna Clark lives in the country just outside of the Town of Durham. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto in Dental Hygiene and Georgian College in Business Management Studies. As a result of her work in public health and as a lay preacher, Donna is comfortable working in the public eye. The wedding ceremony is the cornerstone of a couple's wedding day. Donna will work with couples to ensure that the ceremony reflects their uniqueness in a personal and meaningful way. Her caring personality creates a warm atmosphere that is welcoming for family and friends. Donna will conduct non–denominational or spiritual ceremonies at the venue of choice.
A caring and sensitive wedding officiant, Lynda who lives in Chesley, will work with you to make your wedding ceremony surpass your expectations. She is willing to assist you in making your ceremony unique and reflective of your personal vision. Lynda is looking forward to working with you to create a comfortable and meaningful non-denominational or spiritual wedding ceremony. Lynda also has a cottage in Stokes Bay, and serves the Bruce Peninsula.
When the best day of your life has to be just so…. well then Chris is the Wedding Officiant for you. Chris’ background has taught him to listen and ask the right questions to ensure he understands what you need for your special day and where you need his help. Chris has extensive event planning experience and he will be quick to put that expertise to work for you, whether assisting you in developing a theme or just carrying out your every wedding ceremony wish. He can also conduct your ceremony in English and/or French. Trust Chris, he is a warm and caring person. Chris lives in Markdale, ON and is a grandfather, married to his best friend, and a strong committed volunteer in his community. He is a public speaker and has a great sense of humour. His laughter is infectious and he loves children and animals.
David was recently voted by his peers as the ‘Most Popular Wedding Officiant in Owen Sound’ at the prestigious international Wedding Industry Experts 2016 Awards. David is a caring, kind, and compassionate person whose energy is spent in encouraging and uplifting people. Providing couples a place, in which there is freedom from intolerance, to shape and to experience their special moment is what attracts David to giving couples the type of ceremony in the way they desire. Public speaking is dominant in a variety of David’s endeavors. Active listening and cheerful hospitality are things David will have for you. David plays flute and guitar, enjoys canoeing, photography and appreciates art.
Lorne is a friendly and caring person who cherishes family and the commitment of marriage. He enjoys the time he spends with his children and grandchildren, sharing his love and common-sense approach to life with them. His ability to communicate with people and understand the specific needs of a couple entering into a lifetime of partnership will ensure that your wedding is just as you had envisioned. Lorne has extensive experience as a volunteer with various organizations, including children’s sports teams and health care advisory boards. Lorne is a retired professional who has spent his career working with people to help them resolve personal and work-related issues. He looks forward to helping you to plan your wedding and make your day a most special event in your lives as you take the first step toward a long and lasting relationship for both of you.
Jane Herron lives in Tara, Ontario. She is experienced in all things wedding. She loves to help couples and is good at what she does. If your wedding ceremony is non–denominational or spiritual Jane is the one for you.
Congratulations on taking this truly important step in your lifetime! Joan would be extremely honoured to take part in your wedding. With over 35 years experience in the business world, she has the personality, flexibility, compassion and professionalism to assist in creating your perfect non-denominational, spiritual or traditional wedding ceremony. Joan has lived in the Paisley area for many years and had recently relocated to the Hanover/Walkerton area. Having the deepest respect for family, Joan will honour your requests, visions and traditions to personalize your ceremony and allow your dreams and wishes to come true creating your very own special and memorable day.
Joan cares about helping you create a special day with a wedding ceremony that will become a treasured memory. Do you want a solemn and dignified ceremony? Or something a little more relaxed and casual? Let’s get together and plan the wedding that YOU want in an atmosphere of patience, tolerance and good humour. She offers a wealth of experience from a lifetime of teaching educational and musical programs throughout the Grey/Bruce region. Joan always finds time for grandkids and family, volunteering, singing and her outdoor activities. Know that you will be well cared for on your special day.
I’m a friendly, caring, high-energy individual with a terrific sense of humour; one of my favorite things is meeting new people. Married to my husband and long-time partner for many years; we have a son, a daughter-in-law and two beautiful granddaughters. Living just outside of Owen Sound on the beautiful shores of Georgian Bay with our only babies still left at home, Sassy, an 80-pound Doberman who thinks she is a lapdog and our cat Jennex, who thinks she is a person. In my spare time, I sing bass with a woman’s barbershop chorus for 20 years and am also part of a quartet with the same group. Music has always been a large part of my life and it isn’t unusual to hear me singing away. I have a passion for sewing, gardening, stained glass creations, decorating and most of all being Grandma. I would love to have the opportunity to officiate at your non-denominational or spiritual wedding ceremony and know I can help make your day a truly exceptional and memorable experience.
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