Bethesda Full Gospel Tabernacle, Tonawanda, was the setting Saturday at 3:30 p.m. when Mary Kathleen Maloney became the bride of James Joseph Michalski. The Rev. Salvatore A. Ciffa heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Maloney of Town of Tonawanda and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Michalski of Hernando, Fla., formerly of Tonawanda. A reception was given in Little White House Restaurant. The bride is employed by Bauer Radiator in purchasing and customer service. The bridegroom is a lead technician with Delaware A-V Distributors.
Kimberly A. Monaco became the bride of Dennis R. Bump of Buffalo at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in Grace Lutheran Church. The Rev. Ruth E. Snyder heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen J. Monaco of Buffalo and the son of Judy Bump of Henrietta and the late Carlyle Bump. A reception was given in Bristol Manor before the couple left for Niagara Falls. A Mount Mercy Academy graduate, the bride is a secretary at Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County. The bridegroom, a graduate of Perry Central High School, is a backhoe operator at Holy Cross Cemetery.
To live in Tonawanda after a Caribbean cruise are Kenneth E. Linneborn and his bride, Debra S. King who were married Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in Monona Evangelical Lutheran Church, Madison, Wis. The Rev. William J. Pekari heard the vows of the daughter of Billy and Milly Boyer of Madison and the son of Ruth Linneborn of Tonawanda and the late Alvin Linneborn. A reception was given in Madison Turners. The bride was employed by Steinhafel Furniture Store, Madison. The bridegroom is purchaser for the Town of Tonawanda Parks and Recreation Department.
To be at home in Town of Tonawanda after a trip to Orlando, Fla., are Ronald Didio and his bride, Jodeane Martinelli. The Rev. Anthony F. Rigoli heard their nuptial vows at 2 p.m. Saturday in Holy Angels Catholic Church. A reception was given in Falletta's Restaurant for the daughter of Angelo Martinelli of Buffalo and the late Joanne Martinelli and the son of Gail Didio of Williamsville and the late Philip Didio. A McKinley High School graduate, the bride is a clerk in a Vix Deep Discount store. The bridegroom is a repair technician with Communications Unlimited.