En route to Barbados are Michael P. Sikorski and his bride, Kristen L. Kuebler, who will be at home in Buffalo. The Rev. Douglas Portz heard their wedding vows during a ceremony Saturday at 2 p.m. in Deerhurst Presbyterian Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Kuebler of Kenmore are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sikorski of Alden. A reception was given in Bowmansville Banquet Hall.
A graduate of Kenmore West High School, Cobleskill State College of Technology and Florida International University, the bride is employed by Food Enterprises and Automobile Association of Western and Central New York. The bridegroom, a machinist at Casey Machine Inc., is a graduate of McKinley High School.
The Birge Mansion was the setting for the wedding of Maria DeLauro to Joseph A. Clough of Buffalo at 1 p.m. Saturday, the 50th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents, James and Antonette DeLauro of Town of Tonawanda.
Evans Town Justice Timothy J. Cooper performed the ceremony for the bride and the son and stepson of Sarah and William Crane of Town of Tonawanda and son of the late James Clough. The newly married couple will make their home in Buffalo after traveling to Barbados.
A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, where she earned a master's degree, the bride is a graphic designer for the Berry Co. The bridegroom is a journeyman die setter with Ultra Tool & Plastics. They are Kenmore West High School alumni.
William Jacob Kreher Jr. and his bride, Tracy Lynn Napier, will be at home in Depew after a trip to Vermont. They were married Saturday by the Rev. Dr. John R. Scarafia Jr. at 4 p.m. Saturday in St. John Lutheran Church, Lancaster, preceding a reception in Knights of Columbus clubrooms, Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Felton of Cheektowaga are the stepfather and mother of the bride, who is the daughter also of the late Eugene Napier. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kreher Sr. of Williamsville are the bridegroom's parents.
A graduate of Lancaster Central High School, the bride is retail manager of Sofco's Paper Merchant. The bridegroom, a graduate of West Irondequoit High School, is merchandiser for Newstead Farms/Snapple.
St. Barnabas Catholic Church, Depew, was the setting Saturday at noon for the wedding of Margaret Ann Tuzzo and George Joseph Pollinger.
The Rev. Joseph Vatter performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Tuzzo of Cheektowaga and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Pollinger of Buffalo.
A reception was given in Protocol Restaurant before the newly married couple left for a Caribbean cruise and Florida. They will make their home in Cheektowaga.
A graduate of Maryvale High School and Buffalo State College, the bride is a designer with Kitchen and Bath Unlimited.
The bridegroom was graduated from Seneca Vocational High School and is employed as a maintenance mechanic with Tops Markets.
Nuptial vows were exchanged by Kelley Ann Lee and Douglas R. Timmer during a ceremony performed by the Rev. Harry T. Grace Jr. at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in All Saints Episcopal Church, Amherst.
A reception was given in Buffalo Launch Club for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Lee of Grand Island and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Timmer of Plano, Texas. After traveling to Lake Tahoe and Hawaii, the newly married couple will be at home on Grand Island.
A travel agent with Liberty Travel, the bride is a graduate of Grand Island High School and Buffalo State College. The bridegroom, a graduate of Texas A&M University, is a project manager with Lehrer McGovern Bovis Inc. at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
After a reception was given in Oakwood Manor, William Kenneth Renowden and his bride, Marlene Kelly Kapuza, left for Aruba. The Rev. Gregory J. Dobson performed their marriage ceremony Saturday at 1 p.m. in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Orchard Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Kapuza, parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. William C. Renowden, the bridegroom's parents, are of Hamburg.
A graduate of D'Youville College, the bride is a registered nurse with Hamburg Gynecologic-Obstetric Group. The bridegroom attended Erie Community College South Campus and is employed in sales by Kaufmann's Department Stores. The newly married couple, graduates of Frontier Central High School, will make their home in Blasdell.
A reception was given in the Rendezvous Room in Statler Towers after Theresa M. Paternostro and Paul R. O'Brien Jr. exchanged nuptial vows Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. The Rev. Thomas J. McCarthy performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Paternostro of Town of Tonawanda and the bridegroom's parents are Paul R. O'Brien of Kenmore and Virginia O'Brien of Tonawanda. A human resources specialist with CitiCorp Global Cash Management Services, the bride is a graduate of Erie Community College City Campus. The bridegroom, a graduate of Buffalo State College, is a Kenmore village police officer. After a trip to Hawaii, the couple will live in Town of Tonawanda.
Marriage vowa were exchanged by Heather Jean Kaeselau and Daniel Joseph Wynkoop at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Immanuel Lutheran Church, East Aurora.
The Rev. Robert J. Knepel heard the vows of the daughter of John and Gloria Kaeselau of East Aurora and the son of Robert and Margaret Wynkoop of Knox. A reception was given in LaGalleria Restaurant.
The newly married couple will make their home in Gastonia, N.C., where the bride teaches second grade and the bridegroom is vocal and instrumental music teacher in Gaston Day School. She is a graduate of Iroquois Central High School and Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Keystone High School and Pennsylvania State University.