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MRS. GOULET

Holloway Memorial Chapel, Point Abino, Ont., was the setting Saturday at 1 p.m. for the wedding of Darcy Sara Runfola and Timothy Andrew Goulet. The Rev. Leonard Chester of Sherkston Brethren in Christ Church heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Runfola of Town of Tonawanda and Oakhill Forest, Ont., and the son of Sharon Dionne of Rochester, N.H., and Robert Goulet of East Lebanon, Maine. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents in Oakhill Forest. After a Caribbean cruise, the couple will live in Berwick, Maine. The bride, a graduate of University of New Hampshire with a master's degree from Buffalo State College, taught physical education in Grand Island Central School District. The bridegroom, a graduate of Southern Maine Technical Institute, is owner of Goulet Service Center, East Lebanon.

Mrs. Walsh

Monsignor John C. Weimer, director of Catholic campus ministry for Buffalo State College, performed the marriage ceremony for Trisha A. Burr and Brian M. Walsh at noon Saturday in Christ the King Chapel at Canisius College.

Robert A. and Carol A. Burr of Town of Tonawanda are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Michael Walsh of Amherst and Joyce Sortino of Kimberton, Pa. A reception was given in Classics Banquet Center before the couple left for Jamaica. They will be at home in Amherst.

A counselor in West Seneca West High School, the bride is a graduate of Kenmore East High School and Geneseo State College and has a master's degree from Canisius College. The bridegroom, a police officer in the Amherst Police Department, is a Sweet Home High School and Buffalo State graduate.

Mrs. Musacchio
Patricia Aine O'Donnell, daughter of Thomas F. and Nancy C. O'Donnell of Depew, and Peter J. Musacchio were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Louis Catholic Church. The Rev. Thomas A. O'Connor of Canisius College and the Rev. Gerard Braun of the Jesuit Seminary Mission Bureau, New York City, heard their vows. A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens before the couple left for Jamaica. They will live in Mount Washington, Pa. The bride is a cum laude graduate of University of Pittsburgh, where she is doing graduate work. The bridegroom, son and stepson of Mr. and Mrs. John Musacchio of Monroeville, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. William Messenger of Key Largo, Fla., is a graduate of U of Pittsburgh and Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He is a graphic designer with Thorp, Reed and Armstrong, a Pittsburgh law firm.

Mrs. O'Neill
Karen J. Ohnmeiss and Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Mark Episcopal Church, Orchard Park.

The Rev. Jack T. Gimlin performed the ceremony for the daughter of Edwin and Lois Ohnmeiss of Derby and the son of Thomas and Barbara O'Neill of West Seneca. A reception was given in Romanello's South Restaurant. After traveling to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will be at home in West Seneca.

A graduate of Lake Shore Central High School and Fredonia State College, the bride has a master's degree in counseling psychology from St. Bonaventure University. She is a therapist with Child and Adolescent Treatment Services.

The bridegroom, a West Seneca West High School graduate, attended Erie Community College and is employed by MJ Mechanical Services.

Mrs. Murdola
Kristen M. Harvey became the bride of Michael A. Murdola at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Aloysius Gonzaga Catholic Church, Cheektowaga.

The Rev. Richard S. DiGiulio, director of charismatic renewal in the Diocese of Buffalo, performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Harvey of Town of Tonawanda and the son of Mary Salim of Mount Holly, N.C. A reception was given in McKinley Park Inn.

A reading specialist in Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District and University at Buffalo Reading Center, the bride is a graduate of Buffalo State College with a master's degree from UB.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Canisius College and Sisters Hospital School of Nursing, is a registered nurse in St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester.

They are at home in Amherst.

Mrs. Bell
Karen Yancey and the Rev. Russell C. Bell were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in State Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, where he is an assistant pastor. Elder Charles Anderson of Powerhouse Church of God in Christ and the bridegroom's great-uncle, Superintendent Arsell Bell of State Tabernacle Church, heard the vows of the daughter of Alice M. Yancey of Buffalo and Richard L. Yancey of New York City and the son of Johnnie L. Bell and Areatha Bell, both of Buffalo. A reception was given in C.H. McCoy Convention Center. A Grover Cleveland High School graduate, the bride is employed by TAD Staffing Services and All Care Health. The bridegroom, a Hutchinson-Central Technical High School graduate, is employed by Geneva B. Scruggs Community Health Care Center. After travel in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, they will live in Buffalo.

Mrs. Jaekle
A reception was given in Brookfield Country Club after the wedding of Krista Lee Zurlo and Mark S. Jaekle at 3 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul Episcopal Church, Clarence.

The Very Rev. Judith D. Burrows performed the ceremony for the daughter of Joseph R. Zurlo Jr. of Akron and Beverly Bauer of Kansas City, Mo., and the son of Howard and Anna Jaekle of Olean. The couple will be at home in Evansville, Ind., after a Caribbean cruise.

A graduate of Akron Central High School and Bowling Green State University, the bride is working for a master's degree in reading education in University at Buffalo. She has been a sixth-grade teacher in Wise Middle School, Medina. The bridegroom, a graduate of Portville High School and Canisius College, is a marketing specialist with Novartis Corp., Evansville.

Mrs. Ellis
Neeti K. Matta and Scott R. Ellis exchanged marriage vows Saturday at noon before the Rev. James R. Bastian in St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church, Williamsville, and during a Hindu ceremony performed by Pandit Girish Khosla at 5 p.m. in Devalayam Temple, Getzville. Khushi L. and Pawan R. Matta of Williamsville are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of William R. and Maureen L. Ellis of North Tonawanda.

A reception was given in Radisson Hotel before the couple left for Cape Cod, Mass.

A graduate of Geneseo State College with a master's degree in communications from University at Buffalo, the bride is an assistant marketing manager for Cellular One.

The bridegroom, a technician with Nova Healthcare Administrators, is a graduate of Buffalo State College.

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