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MRS. CONLON

Monica L. Szulewski and Mark E. Conlon, who were graduated from Seneca Vocational High School, were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Lawrence Catholic Church. The Rev. Richard A. Reina performed the ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Michael J. Szulewski of Kopernick Street and Wanda K. Szulewski of Bushnell Street.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Conlon of Cheektowaga.

A reception was given in Marygold Manor. The newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo.

The bride is a data processor in the support services department of Great Lakes Collection Bureau. The bridegroom is a cabinetmaker at J and J Enterprises. He is a football coach for Cheektowaga Little League and is a member of Naval Seabees Reserves.

Mrs. Meegan
En route to Aruba are John Joseph Meegan III and his bride, Anne Elizabeth Reiser, who exchanged marriage vows Saturday at 5:30 p.m. in St. Andrew Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.

The Rev. Eugene P. Ulrich performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reiser of Kenmore and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Meegan of Beard Avenue. A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Grand Island. The couple will be at home in Buffalo.

A graduate of Mount St. Mary Academy and Buffalo State College, the bride is employed by Kenmore Mercy Hospital. The bridegroom, employed by the Buffalo Board of Education, is a graduate of St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute and Buffalo State College where he is pursuing a master's degree in education. He attended D'Youville College for New York State teaching certification.

Mrs. O'Shea
Hawaii is the destination of Kevin Daniel O'Shea and his bride, Michelle Lynn Gennocro, who were married Saturday at noon in Fourteen Holy Helpers Catholic Church, West Seneca.

The Rev. Dennis G. Wolf performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Gennocro and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. O'Shea, all of Cheektowaga. A reception was given in Holiday Inn Airport. The newly married couple will be at home in Cheektowaga.

The bride, a registered nurse in Erie County Medical Center, is a graduate of Maryvale High School and University at Buffalo School of Nursing. The bridegroom, a graduate of Depew High School and Erie Community College, is an electrician at SMG Controls and is a referee with the New York State Hockey Official Association.

Mrs. Kowalik
After traveling in the Canadian Rockies and taking an Alaskan cruise, Joseph William Kowalik and his bride, Tammy Lynn Cummings, will be at home in Akron. Monsignor Frank M. Swiatkowski performed their marriage ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church, Akron.

The bride is the daughter of Karen A. Cummings of Akron and the bridegroom is the son of Frances Kowalik of Akron and Theodore Kowalik of Depew. A reception was given in Akron Volunteer Fire Company hall.

A registered nurse in Medina Memorial Hospital, the bride is a graduate of Niagara County Community College. The bridegroom, a graduate of Alfred State College of Technology, is an equipment operator and foreman with Alleghany Landscaping Inc. and is a volunteer fireman with the Akron company.

Mrs. DiGiacomo
Performing the marriage ceremony for Nichole M. Winnie and Michael DiGiacomo at 2 p.m. Saturday in Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church were the Rev. Angelo M. Chimera and the bride's cousin, the Rev. Ronald Cameron of Church of Christ North Buffalo.

Isabelle C. Winnie of Peter Street and the late Jacob L. Winnie are the bride's parents. Parents of the bridegroom are Barbara and Michael J. DiGiacomo of Massachusetts Avenue. A reception was given in Iron Workers Hall before the newly married couple left for Toronto. They will be at home in Buffalo.

A graduate of Hutchinson-Central Technical High School, the bride attends Erie Community College and is a waitress at Grille 91. The bridegroom, a receiving clerk at Volland Electric, is a graduate of Lafayette High School.

Mrs. Eastmer
A reception was given in Radisson Hotel after Michelle Lea Spencer and Gregory Paul Eastmer were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Williamsville.

The Rev. Patrick J. Zengierski performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Spencer of Williamsville and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Eastmer of Williamsville.

After a cruise in the Caribbean, the couple will be at home in Williamsville.

An alumna of Williamsville South High School, the bride was graduated cum laude from Bryant & Stratton Business Institute and is a travel consultant with Santo Tours. The bridegroom, an alumnus of St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of University at Buffalo, is account manager for Professional Support Inc., of which his father is president.

Mrs. Storms
After a trip to Orlando, Fla., and a cruise to the Bahamas, Robert S. Storms and his bride, Katherine A. Radkowski, will be at home in Jamestown. They were married Saturday at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Joseph D. Porpiglia in St. James Catholic Church, Jamestown.

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Radkowski Sr. of Buffalo are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Storms of Jamestown. A reception was given in Fluvanna Fire Hall.

A graduate of Riverside High School and Erie Community College City Campus, the bride is a radiation therapist in WCA Hospital Cancer Treatment Center, Jamestown. The bridegroom, a radiologic technologist in WCA Hospital, is a graduate of Jamestown High School, Jamestown Community College and WCA Hospital School of Radiologic Technology.

Mrs. Kropidlowski
A reception was given in Warren's Restaurant after the wedding of Jennifer Elaine Corbett and Scott Alan Kropidlowski at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul Catholic Church, Kenmore.

The Rev. Robert W. Vogt of St. Bridget Catholic Church, Newfane, heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Corbett of Kenmore and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kropidlowski of Kenmore. After a trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will be at home in Kenmore.

A graduate of Kenmore West High School and Buffalo State College, the bride is a substitute teacher in the Grand Island school system and a waitress at Condrell's Candies. She also is a religious education teacher in St. Paul Church. The bridegroom, a film image assembler at Rapid Service Engraving Co. Inc., is a graduate of Kenmore West High and Erie Community College.

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