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MRS. BARNHARD

Kimberly Anne O'Connor and Jeffrey Charles Barnhard were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church, Amherst. The Rev. James R. Bastian heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. O'Connor of Williamsville and the son of Elizabeth Barnhard of Cheektowaga and the late Arthur Barnhard. A reception was given in University Inn. After a trip to Hawaii, the couple will be at home in Amherst.

They are employed by Praxair Inc., the bride as a cost accountant and the bridegroom as international sales support manager. She is an alumna of Williamsville East High School and Niagara University and is pursuing a master of business administration degree in Canisius College. He is a graduate of West Seneca East High School and Clarkson University and is working for an MBA in University at Buffalo.

Mrs. Kraus
A reception was given in Burchfield-Penney Art Center after Jacqueline Ann Koster of North Tonawanda became the bride of John Kraus at 1 p.m. Saturday in St. Benedict Catholic Church, Eggertsville. The Rev. Patrick T. O'Keefe of St. Mary Catholic Church, Swormville, and the Rev. Arthur J. Smith of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church heard the vows of the daughter of the late Robert Koster and the late Gladys Koster and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kraus of Williamsville. After a trip to the Caribbean, the couple will live in Eggertsville. A summa cum laude graduate of Buffalo State College, where she received a master's degree, the bride teaches second grade in Errick Road Elementary School, Wheatfield. The bridegroom, a graduate of Canisius High School and Niagara University, is Buffalo division manager of Exhibitgroup/Giltspur.

Mrs. Gailunas
Springfield College graduates Heather A. Lang and Robert M. Gailunas exchanged nuptial vows Saturday at 5 p.m. before the Rev. Robert W. Volkert in Grace Lutheran Church, Hamburg.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Douglas Lang of Hamburg are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gailunas of Northford, Conn.

A reception was given in Romanello's South Restaurant before the couple left for Jamaica. They will be at home in Charlotte, N.C., where the bride is a physical therapist in Charlotte Institute of Rehabilitation and the bridegroom is a provider relations representative of Wellness Plan of North Carolina Inc. She has a master's degree in physical therapy from Springfield and he is attending Pfeiffer College, Charlotte, for master's degrees in business administration and health administration.

Mrs. D'Innocenzo
The marriage ceremony for Jennifer Alyse Kilcoyne and Vincent J. D'Innocenzo Jr. at 2 p.m. Saturday in Most Precious Blood Catholic Church, Angola, was performed by Monsignor J. Grant Higgins.

John A. Kilcoyne of Angola and the late Janet A. Kilcoyne are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Vincent J. D'Innocenzo Sr. of Buffalo and Linda D'Innocenzo of Collins. A reception was given in Evans Center Fire Hall. The couple will make their home in Jamestown.

A graduate of University at Buffalo, the bride is completing a master's degree in education from Canisius College. She teaches French and Spanish in Falconer Central Schools. The bridegroom attended D'Youville College and was graduated from Metal Working Institute of Western New York. He is a machinist at ECKO Tool & Die, Lakewood.

Mrs. Wilkowski
The wedding of Amy L. Weigold and Mark D. Wilkowski took place Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Resurrection Catholic Church, Cheektowaga. The Rev. Walter L. Matuszak heard their vows.

Judy Weigold of Cheektowaga and Thomas Weigold of Grand Island are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Ronald and Geraldine Wilkowski of Lancaster.

A graduate of Erie I Board of Cooperative Educational Services, the bride attends Erie Community College. She is a licensed practical nurse in Children's Hospital and with Buffalo Family Practice. The bridegroom, a graduate of Gannon University, is a physician assistant in Mercy Hospital. A reception was given in the hall of South Line Fire District, for which the bridegroom is a volunteer fireman. After a trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will live in Cheektowaga.

Mrs. Forster
A reception was given in Shorewood Country Club, Dunkirk, after the wedding of Kathy Ann Laiose of Fredonia to Heath Lawrence Forster Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Anthony Catholic Church, Fredonia.

The Rev. Daniel P. Walsh heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Laiose of North Syracuse and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Forster of Cattaraugus.

After a trip to Aruba, the couple will be at home in Fredonia, where the bride is assistant director of residence life at Fredonia State College.

She is a graduate of Buffalo State College where she received a master's degree.

The bridegroom is a graduate of Fredonia State, where he received a master's degree. He is an audiologist with Diversified Rehabilitation Services and is a member of the Army National Guard.

Mrs. Costello
The Rev. Thomas J. Wopperer of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Dunkirk, performed the marriage ceremony for his niece, Karen M. Ketterer, and David A. Costello at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Andrew Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ketterer of Town of Tonawanda are parents of the bride, a graduate of Cardinal O'Hara High School and University at Buffalo who is an instructor at Lynn Scott Studio of Dance and Arts, Fairport. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Costello of Lancaster, is a graduate of Lancaster Central High School, UB and Canisius College. He is a computer programmer and analyst in University of Rochester.

A reception was given in Radisson Hotel before the newly married couple left for Florida. They will be at home in Rochester.

Mrs. Barnes
Sheila Marie Rose, daughter of Lawrence and Kathleen Rose of Williamsville, and David Arthur Barnes, son of the Rev. Robert and Frances Barnes of Bailey Island, Maine, were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in Christ the King Catholic Church, Snyder.

The bridegroom's father, an Episcopal priest, and Monsignor J. Patrick Keleher, director of Catholic campus ministry for University at Buffalo, performed the ceremony. A reception was given in Wanakah Country Club. After a trip to Hawaii, the newly married couple will be at home in Boston, Mass.

A graduate of Williamsville North High School and Geneseo State College, the bride is an international flight attendant with American Airlines. The bridegroom, a University of Lowell graduate, is a project engineer for Boston Water and Sewer Commission.

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