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MRS. FUCHS

Fredonia State College graduates Julia Lyn Boerner and Michael Joseph Fuchs were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Williamsville.

Monsignor David M. Gallivan performed the ceremony for the daughter of Keith and Kathryn Boerner of Williamsville and the son of Lawrence J. Fuchs of Williamsville and the late Ruth A. Fuchs. A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Grand Island. After a trip to Antigua, the couple will be at home in Amherst.

The bride is employed in the Town of Amherst Recreation Department and the bridegroom in an accountant with the Buffalo Bisons baseball team.

Mrs. Hodges
Ebenezer Baptist Church was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for the wedding of Vendy L. Love and Jerome C. Hodges III.

The bride is the daughter of Doris N. Love of Buffalo and the late David Love Sr. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome C. Hodges Jr. of Buffalo.

A reception was given in Golden Nugget before the newly married couple left for Orlando, Fla.

They will be at home in Buffalo.

The bride is a graduate of Buffalo Traditional High School and attends Buffalo State College.

The bridegroom is a graduate of City Honors High School and University at Buffalo.

Mrs. Arnold
Cambria United Church of Christ was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Darlene Michelle Hamilton and Richard Ralph Arnold exchanged wedding vows.

The Rev. David Huels performed the ceremony.

A reception was given in Sheridan Park Fire Hall.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hamilton of Amherst and the bridegroom is the son of Richard Arnold and Dawn Pierce, both of Lockport.

A graduate of Sweet Home High School, the bride is manager of Northtown Cleaners.

The bridegroom, a painter with Agpak, Lockport, was graduated from Royalton-Hartland Central High School.

Mrs. Messinger
En route to the Pocono Mountains are Mark Andrew Messinger and his bride, Anna Marcelle Pepe, who exchanged marriage vows before the Rev. Dr. James W. Andrews at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Chapel on North Forest Road.

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Pepe of Latham are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Messinger of Clarence Center. A reception was given in Kloc's Blossom Grove. The couple will be at home in Lancaster.

The bride is a chemical engineer with Wilson Greatbatch Ltd. and the bridegroom is an engineer at Apple Rubber Products. They are graduates of University at Buffalo.

Mrs. Foltyniak
Marygold Manor was the setting Saturday at 6 p.m. for the wedding of Maria A. Rogalski and Scott Foltyniak.

Cheektowaga Town Justice Ronald E. Kmiotek performed the ceremony for the daughter of Jane and Henry Rogalski of Buffalo and the son of Joan Foltyniak of Kenmore and the late Richard Foltyniak. A reception was given in the manor. A graduate of Buffalo Academy for the Performing Arts, the bride is a waitress with Perison's Restaurant. The bridegroom, a graduate of Emerson Vocational High School, is warehouse manager for U Save Meats. They will be at home in Buffalo.

Mrs. Guzda
Margaret A. Mullen and Grant J. Guzda were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. The Rev. Adolph M. Kowalczyk heard their vows.

A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Amherst, for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome F. Mullen of Kenmore and the son of Christine Guzda of Depew and the late Alex Guzda. After a trip to Aruba and Toronto, the couple will be at home in Buffalo.

The bride is a teacher in Maryvale High School and the bridegroom is employed by Carlson Corp.

She is a graduate of Buffalo State College and he is attending University at Buffalo.

Mrs. Holmes
First Shiloh Baptist Church was the setting at 3 p.m. Saturday for the wedding of Annette Lucas and George F. Holmes.

The Rev. Dr. Leslie D. Braxton performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lucas of Buffalo and the son of Gertrude Holmes of Buffalo and the late Benjamin Holmes Jr. A reception was given in Hyatt Regency Buffalo before the couple left for Aruba. They will be at home in Buffalo.

A graduate of East High School, the bride is a home health aide with Hospice. The bridegroom, a graduate of East High and Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, is a registry clerk with the U.S. Postal Service.

Mrs. Ruhland
Rory P. Ruhland and his bride, Sandra L. Maxwell, will be at home in Tonawanda after a trip to Aruba. The Rev. Terry M. Robertson performed their marriage ceremony Saturday at 3 p.m. in Amherst Baptist Church.

Robert and Patricia Maxwell of Amherst are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Paul and Carole Ruhland of Pendleton. A reception was given in Classics Banquet Center.

The bride is a graduate of Sweet Home High School and Buffalo State College.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Kenmore East High School, is employed by American Axle & Manufacturing.

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