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MRS. HARTMAN

Amber Marie Nixon and James MacKay Hartman, alumni of Buffalo State College, were united in marriage Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in St. Paul Catholic Church, Kenmore.

A reception was given in Daffodil's Restaurant for the daughter of Beverly A. Nixon of Kenmore and the son of James E. and Laurie Hartman of Town of Tonawanda. After a trip to the Bahamas, the couple will live in Kenmore.

The bride, a graduate of Mount St. Mary Academy, is employed by Marine Midland Bank. The bridegroom was graduated from Kenmore West High School and is employed by Freed Maxick Sachs & Murphy.

Mrs. Ingraham
Scott J. Ingraham and his bride, Kari L. Haseley, will be at home at Lake Ronkonkoma, L.I., after a trip to Tahiti. The Rev. Brad W. Delp performed their marriage ceremony Saturday at 2 p.m. in Community Bible Church, Lockport.

A reception was given in Como Restaurant for the daughter of Lois E. Haseley of Niagara Falls and the late Reuben E. Haseley and the son of Stephen and Barbara Ingraham of Sanborn.

The bride is a graduate of Lutheran Bible Institute of Seattle, Wash. The bridegroom, a graduate of Polytechnic University, is a hardware engineer for Symbol Technologies.

Mrs. Urban
Michelle Rae Kloch and Joseph Anthony Urban were married Saturday at 5:30 p.m. in Samuel's Grande Manor where a reception was given.

North Tonawanda City Judge Richard C. Kloch Sr. performed the ceremony for the daughter of Francis and Linda Kloch of North Tonawanda and the son of Roberta Urban of North Tonawanda and the late Roger Urban. After a trip to Orlando, Fla., the couple will be at home in Clarence.

The bride is a graduate of Starpoint Central High School.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Fredonia State College, is manager of Platter's Chocolates.

Mrs. Kivler
Salem United Church of Christ was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for the wedding of Phyllis M. Page and Richard G. Kivler.

The bride is the daughter of Robert S. and Paula M. Page of Tonawanda and the bridegroom is the son and stepson of Carol and Richard Lamoreaux of Angola. A reception was given in Hearthstone Manor. After a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., the couple will be at home in Tonawanda.

A graduate of Buffalo State College, the bride is a reconciliation specialist with Ingram Micro Inc. The bridegroom is a graduate of Erie Community College and Bryant & Stratton.

Mrs. Feldmann
A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor after the wedding of Mary A. Tarbox and Jamie M. Feldmann at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, Lancaster. Monsignor Frederick D. Leising heard the vows of the daughter of Sandra Whiteford of Lockport and Douglas Tarbox of Attica and the son of John and Jeanne Feldmann of Lancaster. A social worker in Seneca Manor Health Care Facility, the bride is a graduate of Buffalo State College. The bridegroom is a truck driver for Nature's Way. They are graduates of Lancaster Central High School and are traveling to Orlando, Fla.

Mrs. Krawczyk
Fredonia State College graduates Kristie Anne Harms and Timothy John Krawczyk were married Saturday at 3 p.m. in Grove Street Christian Church, Tonawanda.

The Rev. James Hakes performed the ceremony for the daughter of Robert L. and F. Louise Harms and the son of Timothy J. and RoseAnn Krawczyk, all of Eden. A reception was given in LaGalleria Restaurant before the couple left for Aruba. They will be at home in Gowanda.

The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Eden Central High School. She is a research technician in University at Buffalo department of medicine.

Mrs. Ando
En route to Aruba are James Ando and his bride, Margaret M. Nelson, whose marriage took place Saturday at 2 p.m. in Holy Family Catholic Church.

A reception was given in Operating Engineers Hall for the daughter of Mary C. Nelson of Buffalo and the son of Lucy Ando of Buffalo and the late Anthony Ando.

The bride, a graduate of Hilbert and Buffalo State colleges, has a master's degree in education from Canisius College and is a special education teacher in a Stanley G. Falk School.

The bridegroom is a self-employed plumbing contractor. They will be at home in Buffalo.

Mrs. Baginski
After traveling in Ohio, Jason R. Baginski and his bride, Bonnie J. Merkwa, will be at home in Buffalo. They were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in Visitation Catholic Church preceding a reception in Kiebzak's Beginnings. The Rev. Paul P. Sabo heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Merkwa of Buffalo and the son of Esther Baginski of Hamburg and Robert Baginski of Lockport. A graduate of Medaille College, the bride is electronics team leader and events coordinator for the Orchard Park Target store. The bridegroom, a Bryant & Stratton graduate, is a free-lance designer and printer with Krepe-Kraft Inc.