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Updated: 02/14/2018 10:49:30AM

Online dating turns to lasting marriages

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Erin and Anthony Aleo were married on a local beach last year after finding each other on ChristianMingle.com.

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Annette and Matthew Marmie met on Tinder online dating site and talked daily for three weeks. Two months later the couple was married.

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Married on April 30 2005, which was a little more than a month after meeting, Chris and Melinda Hanks love to have fun with their children Braden, 11, Easton, 7, and Trenton, 4,

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Gid Pool, left, and his wife Jane and her daughter Robyn Narayouski and Jeremy Summers, have fun in England. Gid is a stand up comedian who travels the world while performing on cruise ships. He and Jane met on AOL instant messenger 22 years ago.

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Jalisa and Dwayne Harris Jr. met on an online Facebook site. He saw her pretty face and didn't want to date anyone else. They are married and have a son.

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Beth Ann and Gary MacPherson met online.

By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH

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His willingness to fly 1,170 miles to take her to dinner convinced Erin Heaps that she wanted to become Mrs. Anthony Aleo.

“We had an amazing dinner at The Columbia,” said Erin after meeting Anthony in 2015 on the dating website ChristianMingle.com. After dining at the landmark Spanish restaurant in Tampa’s historic Ybor City, “he went to his hotel, I went home to North Port. He flew back to Chicago the next morning.”

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