Brenda M. Wilson, a teacher of the deaf in Rainbow Preschool, and Mark S. Siegmann, manager of Ropat Auto Electric, were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. John Lutheran Church, North Tonawanda. The Rev. Ronald D. Oravec heard their vows.
Timothy and Susan Wilson of Niagara Falls are parents of the bride and the bridegroom is the son of Larry Siegmann of Wilson and Karen Sattelberg of North Tonawanda.
A reception was given in Comfort Inn at the Point, Niagara Falls. The couple will be at home in Appleton after taking a trip to Aruba.
The bride is a graduate of University at Buffalo and received a master's degree from Canisius College. The bridegroom was graduated from Alfred State College of Technology.
Dawn M. Lesser became the bride of Christopher D. Ahlers of Kenmore when the Rev. Fred D. Ingalls heard their marriage vows at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Alden.
Norman and Betty Lesser of Alden are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Edward Ahlers of Chicago, Ill., and Helen Ahlers of Buffalo.
A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor before the couple left to travel in France and Germany. They will be at home in Kenmore.
A figure skating instructor with Skating Club of Western New York, the bride is a graduate of University at Buffalo. The bridegroom, a graduate of Cornell University and Boston College Law School, is an environmental lawyer with Theodore Hadzi-Antich.
Pamela Suzanne Widmer, daughter of Dwight and Patricia Widmer of Sanborn, and Paul Dennis Psutka, son of Dennis and Rosemarie Psutka of Grimsby, Ont., were united in marriage Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in St. Stephen Episcopal Church, Niagara Falls.
The Rev. Richard Molison performed the ceremony before a reception was given in Travelodge Fallsview Hotel. The couple are traveling to St. Lucia.
They will make their home in Lockport, where the bride is a chemist at Allegheny Teledyne Corp. She is a graduate of Niagara County Community College and University at Buffalo. The bridegroom was graduated from McMaster University and Mohawk College, Hamilton, Ont. He is a computer technician with Delta Catalytic.
St. Aidan Episcopal Church, Alden, was the setting Saturday at 3 p.m. for the wedding of Amy Lynn Bartholomew and Kevin David Lauck, who exchanged vows before the Rev. Stuart H. Smith.
Parents of the bride are David and Barbara Bartholomew of West Seneca and David and Susan Lauck of Alden are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Kotecki's Grandview Grove. After a trip to Orlando, Fla., and a Caribbean cruise, the couple will be at home in Alden.
A graduate of West Seneca West High School and Continental School of Beauty, the bride attended Erie Community College. The bridegroom, a graduate of Alden Central High School, attended Genesee Community College and is a sales executive for WBTA-AM 1490.
A reception was given in the Twentieth Century Club after Megan Lee Insalaco and Mark Joseph Tuzzo were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in Westminster Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Dr. Thomas H. Yorty heard their vows.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Knight of Williamsville are stepfather and mother of the bride. Her father is the late Dr. Samuel R. Insalaco. Parents of the bridegroom are Michael E. Tuzzo Jr. of Cheektowaga and the late Mary Joan Tuzzo. After traveling in California, the couple will make their home in Lancaster.
A sales account representative of Ingram Micro Inc., the bride is a graduate of Nardin Academy and Bowling Green State University. The bridegroom was graduated from Maryvale High School and Canisius College. He is an independent sales consultant.
A reception was given in Frederick's Manor before Paul A. DeBoth and his bride, Julie L. Ward, left for a cruise to the Caribbean. St. Stephens-Bethlehem United Church of Christ, Amherst, was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when they exchanged vows before the Rev. David L. Donner.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ward of Buffalo are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Nancy Knapic of Amherst and George DeBoth of Virginia Beach, Va.
A Medaille College graduate, the bride is working for a master's degree in special education in Canisius College and is employed by Child & Family Services.
The bridegroom, a graduate of the Air Force's School of Radiology, is a radiologic technologist in Buffalo General Hospital.
Sherri Lynn Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Smith Jr. of East Amherst, and Brian William Rushford, son of Patricia O'Hanlon of Watervliet and William Rushford of Howes Cave, were married Saturday at 3 p.m. in Zion Lutheran Church, Clarence Center.
The Rev. Randy P. Milleville performed the ceremony, preceding a reception in Shepherds restaurant. The couple will be at home in Albany after taking a Caribbean cruise.
The bride, a graduate of Clarence Central High School, attended Erie Community North Campus and is public relations manager for Goldstein Enterprises, Albany. The bridegroom is a graduate of Mechanicville High School and is sales manager for Goldstein Subaru. He served in the Marine Corps.
The marriage ceremony for Ann M. Chelus and Richard F. Lippitt was performed by the Rev. Anthony F. Spilka at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Athol Springs.
Eugene J. and Mary A. Chelus of Hamburg are the bride's parents and the bridegroom is the son of Debra A. Lippitt of Buffalo.
A reception was given in Romanello's South Restaurant. After taking a Caribbean cruise, the couple will be at home in Buffalo.
A graduate of Orchard Park Central High School and Buffalo State College, the bride is an administrator for Chelus Herdzik & Speyer. The bridegroom, a graduate of West Seneca West High School, attended Erie Community College and is an auto worker at American Axle & Manufacturing Inc.