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MRS. FINN

Our Lady of Victory Basilica was the setting Saturday at 1:30 p.m. for the wedding of Kelly J. Nunn and Brian P. Finn. Monsignor Robert C. Wurtz heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Nunn of West Seneca and the son of Kathleen Finn of Buffalo and the late Frank J. Finn Jr. A reception was given in Gregor's Garden Grove.

After a trip to Aruba, the couple will be at home in Buffalo. A registered nurse in Millard Fillmore Hospital, the bride is a graduate of West Seneca West High School and Millard Fillmore Hospital School of Professional Nursing. She is attending Daemen College. The bridegroom, a South Park High School graduate, attended Niagara University and is a purchasing assistant with Baker-Victory Services.

Mrs. Brinkley
Josephine Ferrara became the bride of Michael L. Brinkley during a ceremony performed by the Rev. Walter J. Szczesny at 2 p.m. Saturday in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Hamburg.

A reception was given in Michael's Banquet Facility. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Ferrara of Hamburg and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brinkley of Lakewood. After traveling to Cancun, Mexico, the newly married couple will be at home in Jamestown.

A graduate of Hamburg Central High School and Fredonia State College, the bride is an accountant with ElderWood Affiliates Inc. The bridegroom, a graduate of Southwestern Central High School, is a quality analyst with Cummins Engine Co. Inc., Lakewood.

Mrs. Reszczenski
The Rev. Louis S. Dolinic of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Depew, heard the nuptial vows exchanged by Julie Ann Haniszewski and Mitchell K. Reszczenski Jr. at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church, North Tonawanda. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Haniszewski Sr. of North Tonawanda are parents of the bride. Mrs. Mitchell K. Reszczenski Sr. of North Tonawanda and the late Mr. Reszczenski are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens. The bride is a cum laude graduate of University at Buffalo, where she will pursue a master's degree in social work. The bridegroom, a UB graduate, is a network administrator for KPMG Peat Marwick. They will live in Wheatfield after a trip to Jamaica.

Mrs. Borgosz
Alden Mennonite Church was the setting at 2:30 p.m. Saturday for the wedding of Elizabeth Frances Strong to Shawn Larry Borgosz. Their vows were heard by the Rev. Jeffrey House before a reception was given in Frederick's Manor.

Larry and Patti Strong, parents of the bride, and the bridegroom's parents, Lawrence and Sandra Borgosz, are of Alden. After traveling to Orlando, Fla., and taking a cruise to the Bahamas, the couple will live in Depew.

The bride, a graduate of Erie Community College, is employed by Hallmark Cards. The bridegroom attended Canisius College, is employed by Harlequin Distribution Center and is a member of Town Line Volunteer Fire Department. They are alumni of Alden Central High School.

Mrs. Zajdel
In Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Orchard Park, at noon Saturday Sharon Lee Pedersen became the bride of Ronald B. Zajdel when they exchanged nuptial vows before the Rev. Mieczyslaw F. Nycz.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Pedersen of Cheektowaga are parents of the bride. Parents of the bridegroom are Virginia Zajdel of Lackawanna and the late Benedict Zajdel.

A reception was given in Kotecki's Grandview Grove before the newly married couple left for a Caribbean cruise.

They will be at home in Orchard Park.

A graduate of Cleveland Hill High School, the bride is a legal assistant in the office of Thomas C. Bailey. The bridegroom, a graduate of Buffalo State College, is a facility manager for Quala Systems Inc.

Mrs. Scarsella
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, Woodlawn, was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Jacquelyn Leigh Rickard and Stephen Remo Scarsella were united in marriage by the Rev. John F. Kasprzak.

Thomas A. and Gail M. Rickard of Blasdell are parents of the bride and the bridegroom is the son of Eileen M. Scarsella, also of Blasdell, and the late Richard Scarsella. A reception was given in J.B. Weber Veterans of Foreign Wars Post clubhouse. After a trip to Aruba, the newly married couple will be at home in Hamburg.

A graduate of Trocaire College, the bride is a laboratory technician at Biozyne Inc. The bridegroom, a graduate of Erie Community College, is a tool maker at Eden & Die Co. They are graduates of Frontier Central High School.

Mrs. Galluch
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Orchard Park, was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for the wedding of Kimberly Marie Schaub and Thomas John Galluch. The Rev. Regis Duffy of St. Bonaventure University heard their vows. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Schaub of Elma and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Galluch of Hamburg. A graduate of West Seneca East High School and University at Buffalo, the bride is a registered nurse in Duke University Medical Center. The bridegroom, a graduate of Bishop Timon High School and Cortland State College, is an agent in training in U.S. Border Patrol Academy, Glynco, Ga. They will live in Kingsville, Texas, where the bridegroom will be stationed.

Mrs. Kingston
Dr. Amy E. Schmitt, a dentist, and Richard J. Kingston, a physical therapist, were united in marriage Saturday at 1 p.m. in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, East Aurora.

Monsignor Kevin T. O'Neill heard the vows of the daughter of Hannah C. and Laurence T. Schmitt of East Aurora and the son of Donna L. and Peter W. Kingston of South Wales. A reception was given in Fontana's Banquet Center before the couple left for St. Lucia. They will live in South Wales.

A graduate of University at Buffalo and UB School of Dental Medicine, the bride is an associate with Dr. Gary Nachbar in Springville. The bridegroom has two bachelor's degrees from UB and is on the staff of Wyoming County Community Hospital.