Tricia S. Walter and Norman H. Moorhouse were married Saturday at 3 p.m. at Prospect Point in Niagara Reservation State Park by the Rev. Gerard Fedell of Falls Wedding Chapel, Niagara Falls.
The bride is the daughter and stepdaughter of Patrick K. and Catherine H. Walter of Buffalo and daughter of Deborah S. Walter of Kenmore. The bridegroom is the son of James W. and Williamina F. Moorhouse of Buffalo. A reception was given in Niagara Frontier American Legion Post clubhouse.
After a trip to Atlantic City, N.J., the newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo.
The bride, a graduate of Erie Community College, attends University at Buffalo. The bridegroom is a graduate of Riverside High School and is an employee of Erie County Department of Environment and Planning.
Lisa-Marie DeMont and Ronald Valentine Bolognese Jr. were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Andrew Catholic Church, Sloan, by the Rev. Robert D. Moss. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor. The bride is the daughter of Charlene R. DeMont and stepdaughter of Douglas A. Wackowski of Cheektowaga and daughter and stepdaughter of Kenneth G. and Marie E. Certo DeMont of East Aurora. The bridegroom is the son of Ronald V. and Christine C. Bolognese of Depew. They are employed by the Town of Cheektowaga, the bride as records manager and Web master and the bridegroom as a driver for the sanitation and recycling department. She is a graduate of Hilbert College with a master's degree from University at Buffalo and he attends Hilbert. After a trip to Florida, they will live in Cheektowaga.
Kenmore East High School graduates Tracy Lynn Marschke and Scott Michael Covill were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. Monsignor Robert K. Golombek performed the ceremony.
Deborah Marschke of Buffalo and Gary Marschke of Portland, Ore., are the bride's parents.
The bridegroom is the stepson and son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lally of Tonawanda and son of Dan Covill of Rochester.
A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Amherst. The couple will make their home in Buffalo after traveling to Aruba.
The bride is a medical secretary at Buffalo Spine & Sports Medicine. The bridegroom, a graduate of Erie Community College North Campus, is a construction coordinator for Tops Markets.
A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens before DeWitt Oliver and his bride, Sheila L. Farmer, left for a cruise to the Bahamas. They were married by Rev. Roderick L. Hennings at 11 a.m. Saturday in Zion Dominion Church of God in Christ.
The bride is the daughter of Betty J. Farmer of Buffalo and daughter and stepdaughter of Andrew and Dorothy Silas of Boyle, Miss. Parents of the bridegroom are Elizabeth LaGrone and Calvin L. Oliver, both of Buffalo.
A graduate of Emerson Vocational High School, the bride attended Erie Community College North Campus and is a lead pharmacy technician with Veterans Hospital. The bridegroom attended Bennett High School, served in the Marine Corps and is employed by Western New York Veterans Housing Coalition in property management.
Kloc's Blossom Grove was the setting Saturday at 11 a.m. for the wedding of Jennifer Batkowski and Michael L. Walter, whose vows were heard by the Rev. Gary H. Gossel of Union Road United Church of Christ.
Charles H. and Christine Batkowski of Depew are the bride's parents and L. Lee and Janice J. Walter of Wentworth, S.D., are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given before the couple left for Hawaii. They will be at home in South Wales.
Assurance manager and a certified public accountant with KPMG Peat Marwick, the bride is a magna cum laude graduate of University at Buffalo, with two bachelor's degrees, and a master of business administration degree. The bridegroom was graduated from Grove City College and is an account executive with Occidental Chemical Corp.
The wedding of Julianne Grasso and Michael Anthony Robinson took place Saturday during a 5:30 p.m. ceremony in Glen Oak Golf Course clubhouse, where a reception was given. The Rev. Dr. Dorothea Brooks of St. Peter United Church of Christ, West Seneca, heard their vows.
Arlene M. Grasso of West Seneca and Thomas X. Grasso of Pittsford are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Donald G. and Suzanne Robinson of Haines City, Fla., formerly of North Tonawanda.
After a trip to Greece, the couple will be at home in Buffalo.
A family therapist with Catholic Charities, the bride was graduated from University at Buffalo, where she earned a master's degree in social work. The bridegroom is a loan officer with Banc One Financial Services.
The Rev. Francis X. Mazur of St. Gerard Catholic Church heard the nuptial vows exchanged by Sheryl L. Troeber of Cheektowaga and Michael T. Martino at 6 p.m. Saturday in Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on Delaware Avenue. A reception was given in Buffalo and Erie County Historical Museum.
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Troeber of Sun City West, Ariz., formerly of Youngstown, are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Michael J. Martino of Lancaster and the late Jane V. Fioretto. After a trip to Hawaii and San Francisco, Calif., the couple will be at home in Cheektowaga.
A graduate of Bowling Green State University, the bride is creative director and a principal in Grayton Co. The bridegroom was graduated from Buffalo State College and is a sales representative of Case & Co.
St. James Catholic Church, Depew, was the setting Saturday at 1:30 p.m. when Laura A. Cannarozzo exchanged marriage vows with Jeffrey P. Surdej. The Rev. Conrad P. Stachowiak of St. Augustine Church, Depew, performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Adele C. Cannarozzo of Depew and the bridegroom is the son of Linda C. Surdej of Cheektowaga and the late Gerald P. Surdej.
A reception was given in Creekside Banquet & Picnic Grove. The couple are traveling to Cancun, Mexico, and will be at home in Lancaster.
A chemist with Ecology & Environment Inc., the bride is a graduate of Depew High School and University at Buffalo. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Mary High School and Medaille College and is employed by Ingram Micro Inc.