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Amy E. Childress, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Childress of Tonawanda, and William J. Valerio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Valerio of Saratoga Springs, were married at noon Saturday at Old Orchard Inn, East Aurora, where a reception was given.

After a trip to Bar Harbor, Maine, the couple will be at home in Ithaca, where the bride is a veterinary technician in Cornell University Veterinary Hospital. She has an associate's degree from Medaille College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Saratoga Springs High School and was a tattoo artist at American Skin Art, North Tonawanda.

Mrs. Morris
Victoria D. Whitmire and Phillip H. Morris III, both of Toledo, Ohio, were united in marriage during a ceremony Saturday at 11 a.m. in Trinity United Methodist Church, Grand Island.

The Rev. James A. Lange performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Susan Whitmire of Buffalo and the late Ronald Whitmire. Parents of the bridegroom are Phillip and Deborah Morris of Grand Island.

A reception was given at River Oaks Golf Club clubhouse before the newly married couple left to travel to Jamaica.

They are employed in management by Wendy's.

Mrs. Huddleston
A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor before Bruce Huddleston and his bride, Tina Schooley, left for Hawaii.

Their marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert J. Pascoe at 2 p.m. Saturday in Kenmore United Methodist Church.

The bride is the daughter of Phyllis Skipworth of Kenmore and Edward Schooley of Fort Erie, Ont. Parents of the bridegroom are Suzanne and Robert Huddleston of Amherst.

The bride is a veterinary technician at Brighton-Eggert Animal Clinic.

The bridegroom is a machinist at Kistler Instrument Corp. They will make their home in North Tonawanda.

Mrs. Cervetti
Monica M. DeMike, daughter of John and Bernadine DeMike of Orchard Park, and Benjamen Cervetti, son of Air Force Lt. Col. Richard and Jann Cervetti of Brandon, Fla., were married Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Kloc's Blossom Grove, where a reception was given. The Rev. David E. Kunselman of Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church heard their vows.

The couple will be at home in Toronto, Ont., where they are U.S. immigration inspectors at Pearson International Airport. The bride is a graduate of Buffalo State College and the bridegroom is a graduate of University of Mississippi.

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