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Anita Peters
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Wilton
Connecticut
(203) 5366203
I believe that we strengthen ourselves and give meaning to our lives when we take the time to celebrate with joy our transitions and turning points. By doing so, even when our lives are filled with sorrow and pain, we will have these days to remember. This is why I became a Humanist Celebrant to mark this day with love and significance. ​I will be honored to be your guide and director of your day’s ceremony. ​Are you looking for a ceremony that will resonate with you over time? If yes, please review my website, and contact me to set up a complimentary introductory interview. I have been a Celebrant since 2014 and have considerable experience planning wedding ceremonies and celebrations of a lifetime.
Jill Rafferty-Weinisch
Troy
New York
(518) 2815402
I believe in the amazing potential of human beings. I believe this world is all there is, and that all the wonders of this world are more than enough. I believe it is possible to invoke art, literature, music, good food and drink, and the human bonds we have forged with those we care for, to celebrate life’s milestones. All of this majesty, kinship and significance exist without the need for divisive and exclusionary rhetoric or inflexible dogma. I’d like to help you plan a ceremony to remember . . .
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Toms River
New Jersey
ndhesq@comcast.net
(732) 2860895
I look forward to assisting people celebrate life’s milestones in a hopeful, joyous but non religious manner.
Jason R. Wiles
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Syracuse
New York
jwiles01@syr.edu
(315) 3832039
Dr. Jason Wiles is a biology professor at Syracuse University and a Humanist Celebrant and Chaplain. He is available for speaking engagements relating to science education with specialities in evolution, climate change, and science & religion. He offers Humanist ceremonies with sensitivity across faith and non-faith traditions.
Jessica Dapson
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Syracuse
New York
(315) 520-3817