At 2 p.m. Saturday in Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Depew, Karen A. Pacer became the bride of Frank LiCausi of Amherst. They exchanged marriage vows before the Rev. Louis S. Dolinic.
Parents of the bride are Sandra and Carl Pacer of Depew. The bridegroom is the son and stepson of Patricia and George Esposito of Babylon. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor. After a trip to the Caribbean, the couple will be at home in Amherst.
A graduate of Fredonia State College, the bride has a master's degree from University at Buffalo and teaches first grade in Cheektowaga Central School District. The bridegroom was graduated from Geneseo State College where he earned a master's degree and teaches fourth grade in Sweet Home School District.
Christ the King Chapel at Canisius College was the setting Saturday at 10 a.m. for the wedding of Donna L. Blain and Dominick A. Costanzo.
The Rev. Edmund G. Ryan of LeMoyne College performed the ceremony for the stepdaughter and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Shick of Williamsville and daughter and stepdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blain of Calabash, N.C., and son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Costanzo of Dutchess County. A reception was given in Country Club of Buffalo before the couple left for a cruise to Nova Scotia.
They will be at home in Dutchess County where the bride, a graduate of Williamsville South High School, is a stylist at Entirely You Salon. The bridegroom, a graduate of Roy C. Ketcham High School, is employed by New York State Department of Corrections.
Monsignor William J. McDonnell performed the marriage ceremony for Katia DeFazio and Todd Richard Hellert at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Leo the Great Catholic Church.
A reception was given in Hyatt Regency Buffalo for the daughter of Josephine and Anthony DeFazio of Williamsville and the son of Cynthia and Richard Hellert of Medina. After a trip to Hawaii, the couple will be at home in Williamsville.
The bride is a graduate of Sweet Home High School and University at Buffalo, where she received a master of business administration degree. The bridegroom, a graduate of Medina High School and Clarkson University, has a master's degree in mechanical engineering from UB. They are employed at Delphi Harrison Thermal Systems, she as a sales supervisor and he as a manufacturing engineer.
Parkside Lutheran Church was the setting Saturday at 3:30 p.m. when Kristi P. McDonald and William Q. Herbert exchanged nuptial vows before the Rev. John A. Buerk. The bride is the daughter and stepdaughter of Susan and Anthony Trillizio of Buffalo and Bruce and Donna McDonald of Fulton. Parents of the bridegroom are Victor and Barbara Herbert of Attica. A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens. The couple will live in Baltimore, Md., after a trip to Aruba. A registered nurse in Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, the bride is a graduate of City Honors High School and University at Buffalo. The bridegroom, a field clinical representative of Guidant Corp., is a graduate of John S. Burke Catholic High School, Goshen, and UB and attended Arrhythmia Technologies Institute Inc., Greenville, S.C.