The wedding of Michele McIntosh and Matthew L. Hurtubise took place Friday at 4 p.m. in St. Christopher Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. They exchanged vows before Monsignor Francis G. Weldgen.
A reception was given in Classics Banquet Center for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. McIntosh of Amherst and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Hurtubise of Kenmore. After traveling in Florida and taking a Caribbean cruise, the newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo.
A graduate of Sweet Home High School, the bride is employed by Sterling Optical as a receptionist and in sales. The bridegroom, a graduate of Kenmore West High School, attends Buffalo State College and is employed in sales by Teletech, Niagara Falls.
A reception was given in Buffalo/Niagara Marriott after Kimberly Elizabeth Bestine and Alan Ronald Horst were married Friday at 4 p.m. in Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, Clarence.
Monsignor Richard L. Wetter performed the ceremony for the daughter of Kenneth and Maryann Bestine of Williamsville and the son of Ronald and Arlene Horst of Lancaster. The newly married couple will be at home in Goshen after a trip to Aruba.
An administrative assistant with Wallkill Radiology Associates, Middletown, the bride is a graduate of Clarence Central High School and attended Cazenovia College. The bridegroom, a trooper in the New York State Police, Monroe, is a graduate of Alden Central High School, Buffalo State College and New York State Police Academy.
Cynthia Ann Grainer and Edward Frank Duk were united in marriage Friday at 4:30 p.m. during a ceremony performed by the Rev. Donald J. Lutz in St. Bernard Catholic Church.
The bride, daughter of Diane J. Grainer of Buffalo, is an honors graduate of Erie Community College City Campus.
She is a registered nurse with Western New York Pediatrics Associates and Small Miracles Child Care Center.
The bridegroom, son of John and Barbara Duk of Buffalo, was graduated from ECC North Campus and is an estimator and assistant project manager for Tiede & Zoeller Tile Corp.
A reception was given in Creekside Banquet & Picnic Grove.
The newly married couple will take a Caribbean cruise and will make their home in Cheektowaga.
A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens after Michelle L. Laudico and Mark M. Kessler were married Friday at 5 p.m. in St. Amelia Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.
The Rev. Michael J. Parker performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Laudico and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Kessler, all of Town of Tonawanda. The newly married couple will make their home in Buffalo.
A graduate of Sweet Home High School and Bryant & Stratton, the bride attends Buffalo State College and is a graphic designer with Praxair Inc. The bridegroom is a graduate of Kenmore East High School, Niagara County Community College Cortland State College. He is varsity wrestling coach in East Aurora High School.