Note: After much internal debate and opinions from reviewers I decided to add one more short chapter to this story. Hope this takes care of the issues that were left unresolved.
Neville Longbottom: Married Hannah Abbott in a much publicized wedding. Harry was his best man and Daphne Greengrass stood in for Susan Bones as the maid of honor. They lived a very happy life together and enjoyed working in the Herbology Lab at Potter Enterprises. Hannah took a leave of absence when she got pregnant with the first of their three children. When the youngest started at Hogwarts she returned to the work she loved. Years later they retired to take teaching jobs at Hogwarts. Hannah taught the first through four years while Neville took the fifth though seventh. The Hogwarts student population had grown so large it required more than one teacher.
Minerva McGonagall and Poppy Pomfrey: The two of them continued to work at the school for several years. However, after Harry had a rather bad accident, they retired and moved to France so it would be easier to keep an eye on him. Harry wasn't sure if he was grateful for their concern or not, he didn't have a choice in the matter so he let it drop with a small chuckle and shake of his head.
Susan Bones: Was diagnosed as clinically insane and spent many years recovering from the damage inflicted by a war with a mad man. She was able to have visits from her friends but leaving didn't look to be a good idea.
Daphne Greengrass: Eventually married and had children. She continued to work for Harry until they both retired. He had offered her promotions time and again but she always refused saying it was her job to watch out for him because he couldn't do it himself.
Draco Malfoy: Married Daphne's sister Astoria. Daphne was happy to see that he continued to improve after the war and made an excellent husband for her sister. Their child, while spoiled some, was not the horrendous monster his father had been. Daphne chalked that up to Astoria's influence. He did well in his business with his friend Blaise.
Blaise Zabini: Worked with Draco Malfoy on the new business they had started. Harry had helped them start the business so he was a silent partner with them. The two of them raised a variety of magical snakes to provide potion ingredients. They used Potter Enterprises as their delivery agent so they could concentrate on just the snakes.
Kingsley Shacklebolt: Continued to be the Minister of Magic for several decades. With him at the helm the British magical community thrived. He used his influence to rid the ministry of the rest of the pureblood movement. The man was responsible for arresting all of the supporters that had readily welcomed Voldemort's opinions. Those that hadn't actively persecuted 'lesser people' were released and allow to keep jobs, but they found themselves in lower paying positions that fit their abilities rather than their blood status. Harry thought it was grand when many quit rather than take the lower positions.
Bill and Fleur Weasley: Made Harry an honorary uncle to their three children. Bill continued to work at Gringotts but after their children all went off to Hogwarts Fleur went to work for Harry. He allowed her to have her summers off to spend with the children. She worked in a variety of positions until she found a niche in the Quibbler section.
George Weasley: Married Angelina Johnson and had two children who also called Harry uncle. The shop flourished under their care and they opened branches in Hogsmeade, Paris and New York. They developed many new wheezes both pranks for the public and aids for law enforcement. Harry helped them often, especially with the private line that they only used for the further revenge against betrayers.
Charlie Weasley: Stayed working with the dragons no matter how much Harry tried to get him to leave and work for him.
Seamus Finnegan: Thoroughly enjoyed his job at Harry's building company. He loved blowing up old buildings and then making them new and modern. It surprised Harry when he asked for muggle schooling so that he could go to University to learn engineering so he could build buildings that didn't need magic to stay up. He traveled much of the world to get ideas for architecture. He eventually married a muggle girl he met at University and they had two children. Both of who had a proclivity to blow things up. Good thing Seamus was good at fixing things.
Dean Thomas: Apprenticed with Ollivander for many years before taking over his business. He made sure that each child purchased a wand in the spookiest way possible, it was tradition after all. He had three children, one from his first marriage and two from the second.
Ginny Weasley: Married Dean Thomas and had one child before she decided that wasn't the life she wanted. They divorced and she left to play professional quidditch. While her quidditch career went well her personal life never recovered. She never remarried. George wasn't sure if it was just her or the wheeze that he kept slipping her from his and Harry's special line. George agreed with Daphne's assessment of his sister after all.
Percy Wealsy: After his first incident at the ministry where he was caught nosing around the magical creatures office he was caught five more times. Each time he was disciplined but he just couldn't seem to stop himself from being nosy. After the fifth time he was fired. Eventually he followed Ron and Hermione and was out of reach so Harry and George quietly destroyed all evidence of a wheeze that increased certain traits in certain red headed individuals. They only kept watch enough to know whether or not he ever started to come back.
Ron and Hermione Weasley: The two married shortly after leaving Hogwarts. Harry and George thought it was a fitting punishment that they had only each other. They had been heavily snubbed during their last year at Hogwarts, Hermione more so than Ron, and it continued afterward. They both found it very difficult to get jobs that were anywhere close to good paying. They finally gave up on Britain and left for Australia where Hermione's parents still lived. They would never know she was their daughter but the two couples became friends. Ron gained a spot on one of the local quidditch teams, but just like the Cannon's his team never won. If he didn't know better he would have thought he was cursed. Hermione finished her muggle education and went to University to become a solicitor. She did very well as she never let her personal feelings interfere with defending a client. She was the number one defense attorney for many years. The only low point for her was that she was never able to get and keep a job in the magical sector. She tried to be a solicitor there but she never won a case. If she didn't know better she would have thought she was cursed.