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MRS. WOZNIAK

Wedding vows were exchanged by Tracy Lynn Banazwski and Ronald J. Wozniak before Monsignor Peter J. Popadick at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Aloysius Gonzaga Catholic Church, Cheektowaga.

Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Banazwski of Cheektowaga are parents of the bride. The bridegroom's parents and stepparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wozniak of Depew and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moch of Cheektowaga. A reception was given in Glen Oak Banquet Facilities. After a trip to Nassau, the couple will be at home in Buffalo. The bride, a graduate of Turner-Carroll High School and Buffalo Vocational Technical Center, is a manager with G.A. Kayser & Sons Inc. The bridegroom, a maintenance engineer at Sahlen Packing Co., is a graduate of Whitmer High School, Toledo, Ohio, and was a presidential helicopter technician while in the Marine Corps.

Mrs. Tefft
Bridget Ann Barrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Barrett of Lackawanna, became the bride of Michael Patrick Tefft at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in First Presbyterian Church, Fredonia.

The Rev. Cynthia S. Wickwire performed the ceremony for the bride and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tefft of North East, Pa. A reception was given in Shorewood Country Club, Dunkirk. After a trip to San Francisco, Calif., the couple will be at home in Pittsburgh, Pa.

The bride is an occupational therapist in Health South Harmarville Rehabilitation Hospital and the bridegroom is a human resource consultant with Development Dimensions International. She is a graduate University at Buffalo. An alumnus of Pennsylvania State University, he has a master's degree in industrial organizational psychology from University of Akron.

Mrs. Cavallaro
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Depew, was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Sandra A. Amoroso exchanged marriage vows with Anthony J. Cavallaro Jr. The Rev. Louis S. Dolinic performed the ceremony.

Richard O. and Betty A. Amoroso of Lancaster are parents of the bride and Theresa Cavallaro of Syracuse and the late Anthony Cavallaro are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Grand Island.

After a Caribbean cruise the couple will be at home in Cleveland, Ohio, where the bride is a loan coordinator for National City Bank and the bridegroom is a vice president and manager with Keycorp. She is a graduate of Lancaster Central High School and attended Erie Community College. He is a graduate of Bishop Ludden High School, Syracuse, and LeMoyne College.

Mrs. Miller
Colleen A. Cmor and David W. Miller received guests in Transit Valley Country Club after their wedding Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Barnabas Catholic Church, Depew.

Monsignor Gerard L. Green of SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Hamburg, heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cmor Jr. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Miller, all of Depew.

The bride, a graduate of Maryvale High School, State University at Binghamton and Daemen College, did a residency in Gulfcoast Graduate Physical Therapy Institute, Gulfport, Miss. She is a physical therapist with Millard Fillmore Chronic Pain Center and Buffalo Physical Therapy. The bridegroom, a graduate of Maryvale High and Buffalo State College, is assistant controller with Sahlen Packing Co. After a trip to St. Lucia, they will live in Cheektowaga.

Mrs. Smith
The Rev. Marc J. Roselli of Xavier High School, New York City, performed the marriage ceremony for Mary Katherine Swartz and Stephen Brian Smith at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Mary Catholic Church, Swormville.

A reception was given Buffalo and Erie County Historical Museum for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Swartz of East Amherst and the son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Smith of Mobile, Ala. The couple will be at home in Birmingham, Ala., after a trip to Hawaii.

A graduate of Nardin Academy and College of the Holy Cross, the bride is account coordinator and media planner for Luckie and Co. and served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Southeast and AIDS Task Force of Alabama. The bridegroom is a graduate of University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa and is art director for Health South Corp.

Mrs. Lupienski
Christine Anne Rindfleisch and John Anthony Lupienski III were married Saturday at 2 p.m. in Full Gospel Tabernacle. The Rev. Thomas F. Reid and the Rev. Robert W. Wood of Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, Elma, heard the vows of the daughter of Charlene F. and Robert A. Rindfleisch of Cheektowaga and the son of Corinne F. and John A. Lupienski of Elma. A reception was given in Kiebzak's Beginnings.

The bride, a West Seneca East High School alumna, attended Erie Community and Trocaire colleges and will attend Mesa Community College. The bridegroom, a graduate of St. Francis High School and University at Buffalo, is working for a master's degree in Arizona State University and is an engineer with Motorola, Chandler, Ariz. They will live in Phoenix, Ariz., after a trip to Hawaii.

Mrs. Herdic
To be at home in West Falls are James M. Herdic and his bride, Cherie Lynn Modleski, who are traveling to Antigua. The Rev. Mark J. Wolski performed their nuptial ceremony Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, preceding a reception in Michael's Banquet Facility.

Patricia R. Modleski of West Seneca and the late Paul J. Modleski are the bride's parents. The bridegroom's parents are Rita M. and Warren W. Herdic Sr. of West Seneca. The bride is warranty administrator and the bridegroom is business manager at Jim Ball Pontiac-Buick-GMC Sales & Service. She is a graduate of Erie Community College South Campus and attends University at Buffalo. He served in the Army and completed General Motors Finance & Insurance Association's program. They are West Seneca West High School alumni.

Mrs. Eckert
A reception was given in Hyatt Regency Buffalo after Jill D. Stanfield and Andrew M. Eckert were married Saturday at 5:15 p.m. in St. Pius X Catholic Church, Getzville. Monsignor George B. Yiengst heard their vows. Fred and Anita Stanfield of East Amherst are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Gary and Marcia Eckert of Williamsville. After a trip to St. Lucia, the couple will be at home in Amherst.

Special eduction teacher in Newfane Middle School, the bride is a graduate of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and is pursuing a master's degree in exceptional education from Buffalo State College. The bridegroom, an admissions representative of Bryant & Stratton, is a graduate of Potsdam State College and has a master's degree in student personnel administration from Buffalo State. They are Williamsville East High School alumni.