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MRS. MCINTYRE

Darlene Ann Amos of Williamsville and Ray Douglas McIntyre were united in marriage during a ceremony Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church of Clarence.

The Rev. Dr. Richard S. McConnell heard their nuptial vows.

The late William and BeEtta Amos are the bride's parents.

Parents of the bridegroom are Mary E. McIntyre of Williamsville and the late Ray E. McIntyre.

The bride is a graduate of Cleveland Hill High School.

The bridegroom was graduated from Clarence Central High School and Rochester Institute of Technology.

Mrs. Kensy
Ann M. Hyland and Gary L. Kensy of Elma were married at 4 p.m. Saturday in Christ the King Chapel at Canisius College. The Rev. Paul D. Seil of St. Amelia Catholic Church heard the vows of the daughter of Dana M. Hyland of Buffalo and the late Marjorie A. Hyland and the son of the late Joseph and Helen Kensy. A reception was given in Kloc's Blossom Grove. After a trip to Mexico, the couple will live in Springville. A claims representative of Matthews, Bartlett & Dedecker, the bride is a graduate of Canisius College. The bridegroom, an Erie Community College graduate, is a driver for Tops Markets.

Mrs. Enabnit
Wendy Elizabeth Lyons and Kevin R. Enabnit, business consultants with Dun & Bradstreet Information Services, were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Christopher Catholic Church.

Monsignor Francis G. Weldgen performed the ceremony for the daughter of Betty and Jack Lyons of Town of Tonawanda and the son of Ted Enabnit of Mason City, Iowa, and the late Carol Enabnit. A reception was given in Classics Banquet Center. After a trip to New Orleans, La., the couple will live in Northampton, Pa. The bride was graduated from Fredonia State College and the bridegroom is a University of Iowa graduate.

Mrs. Calaiacovo
A reception was given in the Rendezvous Room in Statler Towers after Eileen Mary Wilga and Thomas Mathew Calaiacovo were married Friday at 5:30 p.m. in St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church. The Rev. Joseph S. Rogliano heard the vows of the daughter of Gary A. Wilga of East Amherst and the late Mary E. Wilga and the son of Carrell Calaiacovo Smith of Orchard Park and the late Gino Calaiacovo. After traveling to Hawaii, the couple will live in Orchard Park. Graduates of University at Buffalo, they are employed by Ingram Micro, the bride as an account representative and the bridegroom as regional sales manager.

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