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MRS. TOMSKI

Christ the King Chapel at Canisius College was the setting Saturday at noon for the wedding of Cheryl Lynn Kowalik and Patrick Allen Tomski, who exchanged vows before the bride's cousin, the Rev. Joseph J. Papaj, director of campus ministry at St. Joseph University, Philadelphia, Pa.

Lorraine and Ronald Kowalik of Harleysville, Pa., are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Margaret and Dennis Tomski of Batavia. A reception was given in the Agriculture Building at Erie County Fairgrounds.

A graduate of Villa Maria Academy and Erie Community College, the bride is a secretary at Zoladz Limousine Service, Alden. The bridegroom, a Canisius College graduate, is purchasing and traffic manager of VanDeMark Group, Lockport. They will live in Gasport.

Mrs. Swanson
St. George Catholic Church, Crystal Beach, Ont., was the setting Saturday at 4 p.m. for the wedding of Mary Megan Connelly and John William Swanson Jr. A reception was given in Buffalo Yacht Club. The Rev. Martin X. Moleski of Canisius College heard the vows of the daughter of Carol S. Connelly of Hamburg and Michael G. Connelly of Pinehurst, N.C., and the son of Jean Bowen Swanson of Amherst and the late John W. Swanson. A graduate of Hamburg Central High School and Buffalo State College, the bride is a sales representative of Forest Pharmaceuticals, St. Louis, Mo. The bridegroom, a graduate of Amherst Central High School and Clarkson University, is a sales engineer with J. W. Swanson & Associates. After a sailing trip in the Windward Islands, they will be at home in Blasdell.

Mrs. Kazmierczak
Kelly A. Moser and Brian J. Kazmierczak, graduates of Depew High School, exchanged nuptial vows before the Rev. Jay W. McGinnis at 2 p.m. Saturday in Our Lady of Pompeii Catholic Church, Lancaster.

The bride is the daughter of Sharon A. Moser of Depew and the bridegroom's parents are Norman and Kathleen Kazmierczak of Cheektowaga. A reception was given in Fraternal Order of Eagles clubhouse, Depew.

After a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains, the couple will be at home in Depew. The bride attended Erie Community College North Campus and is a department manager in a Wal-Mart store.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Metal Working Institute of Western New York, is a quality control inspector at Koch Metal Spinning Co.

Mrs. Hughes
Marriage vows were exchanged by Lisa Marie Pike and Robert Bryant Hughes at 2 p.m. Saturday in Kenmore United Methodist Church during a ceremony performed by the Rev. Belynda M. Reece.

Parents of the bride are Donna A. Hunt of Niagara Falls and Daniel A. Pike of Barker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes of Pendleton are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens. The newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo after a trip to Hawaii.

They are employed by American Axle & Manufacturing, the bride as a quality assurance inspector and the bridegroom as a press operator. She is a graduate of Niagara Falls High School and Niagara County Community College. He was graduated from Tonawanda High School.

Mrs. Findeisen
During a ceremony Saturday at 2 p.m. in Wesleyan Church of Hamburg, Kimberly Ann Hart and John Frederick Findeisen were united in marriage when they exchanged vows before the Rev. Gregory W. McClain.

Beverly Ann Hart of Salamanca and Danny Ray Hart of Little Valley are parents of the bride, a graduate of Erie Community College who is a medical office assistant for Hamburg Gynecologic-Obstetric Group. The bridegroom, son of Carole and Johannes W. Findeisen Jr. of Eden, is a graduate of Alfred State College of Technology. He is employed by University at Buffalo and is an owner of Ehrman's Plumbing and Heating.

A reception was given in the Quaker Room. After a trip to Florida, the newly married couple will be at home in Hamburg.

Mrs. Kirwin
The Rev. John Day of Ridgeway, Ont., a member of Canadian Fellowship of Churches and Ministers, performed the marriage ceremony for Jenny Mae Krier and John Kirwin at 11 a.m. Saturday in Harris Hill United Methodist Church.

Edward C. and Marilyn R. Krier of Cheektowaga are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Elizabeth Kirwin of Sacramento, Calif., and the late J. North Kirwin. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor before the couple left for Antigua. They will be at home in Cheektowaga.

A graduate of University at Buffalo, the bride earned a master's degree in social work from UB and is a senior counselor with Horizon Health Services. The bridegroom is president of Communications Management Co., Akron.

Mrs. Lamoreaux
Tracy Ann Penvose became the bride of Craig Stephen Lamoreaux at 3 p.m. Saturday in Grace Lutheran Church. Performing the ceremony were the Rev. Ruth E. Snyder and the Rev. Anthony F. Rigoli of Holy Angels Catholic Church.

Parents of the bride are Mary Ann Debolt of Town of Tonawanda and David E. Penvose of West Seneca. Claude and Marie Lamoreaux of Windsor are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Father Justin Council Knights of Columbus clubhouse. The couple are traveling to Jamaica.

A graduate of Canisius College, the bride is sales service and promotion coordinator for Spinneybeck Inc. The bridegroom is a graduate of Onondaga Community College and is employed by Thomas Associates Architects & Engineers, Ithaca.

Mrs. Duffy
In Assumption Catholic Church at 2 p.m. Saturday, Janeen Marie Petersen and Joseph Terence Duffy were united in marriage by the Rev. Richard E. Zajac, a Sisters Hospital chaplain.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Petersen, parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. James J. Duffy, the bridegroom's parents, are of Town of Tonawanda. A reception was given in Kloc's Blossom Grove. After traveling to Aruba, the newly married couple, graduates of Kenmore East High School, will be at home in Town of Tonawanda.

Laboratory data manager for Frontier Science & Technology Research Foundation, the bride was graduated from University at Buffalo where she received a master's degree in natural science. The bridegroom, a graduate of Buffalo State College, is a mechanical engineer at Moore Research Center.

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