Wedding Officiants in Pembroke, Ontario

Including: Petawawa, Deep River

Cole NeadowawardWedding Industy Experts 2016awardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Cole NeadowCole was recently voted by his peers as the ‘Most Popular Wedding Officiant in Pembroke’ at the prestigious international Wedding Industry Experts 2016 Awards. Cole is a lifelong resident of the Pembroke area and loves the beauty of the Ottawa Valley. Cole was recently awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to his community and his country. He is a Civilian employee at CFB Petawawa where he appreciates the opportunity to work with our Canadian soldiers. When not at work he enjoys restoring classic cars and family time. Cole and his wife Kim have been happily married for over thirty-five years.He believes your wedding day should be everything you hoped it would be and will do everything possible to make it so. He would be honoured to serve as your Wedding Officiant.

Larry LepackawardWedding Industy Experts 2016awardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Larry LepackLarry was recently voted by his peers as the ‘Most Popular Wedding Officiant in Renfrew’ at the prestigious international Wedding Industry Experts 2016 Awards. Larry and his wife live in Renfrew, ON. You will find him a caring, people oriented person who is honest and dedicated to helping couples with their non-denominational wedding ceremony; be it an interfaith, same sex or spiritual wedding ceremony. Larry is a father and grandfather, and he himself has been married 32 years. Educated at Canadore College, North Bay, ON, he went on to spend a long and distinguished career helping others. Larry’s hobbies include a good round of golf, curling, cooking and fishing. Larry is licenced in Ontario and Quebec and brings to the table a lot of life experiences to help couples celebrate your special day, your way!

Nancy GleasonawardWedding Industy Experts 2016awardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Nancy GleasonNancy was recently voted by her peers as the 'Most Popular Wedding Officiant/Celebrant in Petawawa' at the prestigious international Wedding Industry Experts 2016 Awards. I am thrilled to participate and officiate in your wedding! Every couple is unique and this allows me to learn something from you about love, something about life and something about your relationship. I married in 1978 and have three children and grandchildren. We have a home in Pembroke and a working farm in Quebec. I worked for DND for 36 years and retired in 2011. Upon retirement I fulfilled a life long dream and returned to school and completed an undergraduate degree in Law at Carleton University. I'm licenced to conduct ceremonies in Ontario and Quebec. I will approach your non-denominational or spiritual wedding ceremony with attention and put my heart and soul into your ceremony. I look forward to being part of your special day.

Kathy PivatoawardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Kathy PivatoI’m an avid outdoors person, and living in Petawawa after relocating from northern Ontario works for our family. It would be my privilege to be asked to perform your non-denominational, spiritual, interfaith or same gender wedding ceremony. I was married in 1979, and my goal is to assist you in making your special day as memorable and intimate as mine. The most important aspect of my life is my family. I am truly blessed as a mother, proud grandmother and nurturer to my assortment of furry friends! I have had a wonderful career in municipal government, which has afforded me the opportunity to interact with, learn about the life experiences and stories of so many diverse peoples.

Sandra JarvisawardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Sandra JarvisSandra, who lives in Braeside, believes that when it comes to your wedding day, it truly is “all about you”. You deserve to have the wedding ceremony of your dreams, and I would be honored to have the opportunity of working with you to make your vision a reality. I enjoy expressing myself through poetry and art. Other hobbies are reading, gardening and fishing. I have always been eager to help people so I trained and worked as a Nursing Assistant at the Grace Hospital in Ottawa. My wish to continue learning, combined with wanting to be creative, led me to train in Event Planning at Algonquin College. With that knowledge I have successfully organized a fundraiser for cancer, given consultation to brides and helped with a local bridal fair. Whatever your need may be, I would be thrilled to help you with the happiest, most magical and memorable wedding ceremony of your life.

Jacquie WolgemuthawardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Jacquie Wolgemuth Jacquie is a Spiritual Director who finds the sacred in all life and beliefs. She will work with you to plan your special wedding using the words, symbols, images and people that give meaning to your life. She is equally at home with a spiritual, non–denominational or traditional ceremony. She has a psychology degree from Queen's University and enjoyed working as a counsellor. She is compassionate, caring and willing to spend time helping you to plan a celebration of your dreams. Jacquie is a well-organized details person who can be relied upon to facilitate and perform a ceremony that will run smoothly and help to eliminate your stress. Living in Deep River and having a cottage near Barry's Bay allows Jacquie easy access to officiate at weddings throughout the upper Ottawa Valley. With Jacquie as your officiate, you can be certain of her commitment to make your wedding a special day to cherish always.

Joyce MuirawardAdditional LanguagesEnglish

Joyce MuirIf you have found your special someone, your heart’s desire, I would be honoured to have the opportunity to make your non-denomination wedding ceremony or your spiritual wedding ceremony a day to remember, and to allow your dreams to come true. I reside in Killaloe, with my beautiful collie/lab dog Tippy. I spent many years with the Canadian Armed Forces, where I obtained my BA, and later in life, my love of nature lead me to obtain a certificate in Forestry and Wildlife. I’ve always been involved giving back to my community, and recently I am giving my time with Hospice. In all my travels, I’ve found people world-wide are the same. We all want to be loved and respected.