To make their home in Portland, Ore., after taking a Caribbean cruise are Kenneth Breinlinger and his bride, Tracy J. Miller. Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church was the setting for their wedding Saturday at noon.
The Rev. Walter Grabowski heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Miller of Cheektowaga and the son of Nancy Breinlinger of Buffalo. A reception was given in Marygold Manor.
A graduate of Cheektowaga Central High School and Buffalo State College, the bride has been an accounting clerk at Emed Co. The bridegroom, a graduate of Hutchinson-Central Technical High School and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, is a area on-sites manager for BOC Gases.
The wedding ceremony for Katherine V. Groff and Dale H. Smith was performed by Monsignor John I. Ducette at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Timothy Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.
Parents of the bride are Veronica C. Groff of Town of Tonawanda and the late Morrison H. Groff. The bridegroom's parents are Doris E. Smith of Town of Tonawanda and the late Robert C. Smith. A reception was given in Ellicott Creek Fire Hall.
After taking a Caribbean cruise, the couple will be at home in Amherst. A graduate of Buffalo State College, the bride is a service manager for Fast Electronics. The bridegroom, a graduate of Kenmore West High School, is an alarm installer for ADT Security Systems.
Tracy L. Thompson and Joseph K. Reilly, who were graduated from West Seneca East High School, exchanged marriage vows Saturday at 3 p.m. in St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, West Seneca. The Rev. Ann Salmon performed the ceremony.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. James C. Thompson of Cheektowaga. Mr. and Mrs. William Reilly, also of Cheektowaga, are parents of the bridegroom. A reception was given in Father Justin Council Knights of Columbus clubhouse. After a trip to Aruba, the newly married couple will be at home in Cheektowaga.
The bride is employed in accounting by Sorrentino Food Service Inc. The bridegroom is employed by Gypsum Services in warehouse and delivery.
Kelly L. O'Hare, a graduate of St. Lawrence University, and George M. Borrello, a Purdue University graduate, were married Saturday at 3 p.m. Saturday in Ebenezer United Church of Christ, West Seneca.
The Rev. Dr. Ralph T. Anderson performed the ceremony for the daughter of David and Cynthia O'Hare of Orchard Park and the son of Anthony G. Borrello of Silver Creek and Geraldine Notaro of Dunkirk. A reception was given in St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church hall. After a trip to Aruba, the newly married couple will be at home in Amherst.
The bride is a merchant sales representative of M&T Bank and the bridegroom is president of Top Shelf Marketing.
Antoinette Kostoff became the bride of Kenneth Incorvaia of East Aurora during a ceremony performed by State Supreme Court Justice Nelson H. Cosgrove at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Midday Club, where a reception was given.
Carol A. Kostoff of East Aurora and the late Walter Kostoff are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of the late Rose and Joseph T. Incorvaia.
The bride has an associate's degree from Hilbert College, which she is attending, and is a recruiter of computer consultants for Kieffer, Martin Ltd. A graduate of Bryant & Stratton Business Institute, the bridegroom is employed at the Ford Stamping Plant. The newly married couple will be at home in East Aurora.
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Chapel on McKinley Parkway was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for the wedding of Bernice Ann Misiak and Albert J. Herman of Cheektowaga.
The Rev. Peter Scott performed the ceremony for the daughter of Walter J. Misiak of Cheektowaga and the late Stephania A. Misiak and the son of the late Albert and Catherine Herman.
A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens before the couple left for Hawaii. They will be at home in Cheektowaga.
A graduate of Fosdick-Masten Park High School, the bride is a retired clerk in the City of Buffalo Division of Water. The bridegroom, a Seneca Vocational High School graduate, is an electrician in Erie County Medical Center.
Clarence Central High School graduates Laura J. Garlapo and Cataldo Scarantine were united in marriage Saturday at 4:30 p.m. in Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Clarence.
The Rev. Jack Hartman performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Garlapo of Clarence and the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Gary Scarantine of Clarence Center. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor. The newly married couple will be at home in Williamsville after a trip to Jamaica and Orlando, Fla.
A graduate of Erie Community College, the bride is a respiratory technician in Lockport Memorial and Children's hospitals. The bridegroom is a self-employed auto consultant.
To be at home in Lawtons after traveling to Jamaica are John Steven Jarzynski and his bride, Amelia R. Dye, who were married Saturday at 3 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church of Gowanda.
The Rev. Gideon Von Galambos performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Dye of Gowanda and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jarzynski of Angola. A reception was given in Sheraton Hotel Buffalo.
The bride, a graduate of West Virginia University, is a sales representative of Azerty Inc. The bridegroom is a graduate of Daemen College and has a master's degree in English from Fredonia State College. He teaches English in Gowanda Central High School, from which the bride was graduated.