En route to the Cayman Islands are John M. Gangloff and his bride, Cindy M. Krakomberger, who were married Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. Andrew Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. Parents of the bride are Michael R. and Joan M. Krakomberger of Town of Tonawanda and the bridegroom's parents are John and Sandy Gangloff of North Tonawanda. A reception was given in University Inn for the newly married couple, who will live in East Amherst.
A graduate of Kenmore West High School, the bride is a customer service representative of First Alexander Hamilton Life Insurance Co. The bridegroom, warehouse manager for Korey Sales & Service Inc., is a graduate of Maryvale High School and Alfred State College of Technology.
After taking a Mediterranean cruise, Larry Fotevski and his bride, Amy T. Marshall, will make their home in Blasdell. SS. Cyril and Methody Macedonian Orthodox Church was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for their wedding.
Parents of the bride are Mark E. Marshall of Hamburg and Karen T. Marshall of Orchard Park. The bridegroom is the son of Steve and Fana Fotevski of Colden.
A reception was given in Buffalo Convention Center for the newly married couple, graduates of Orchard Park Central High School. The bride also has an associate's degree from Medaille College. She is a veterinary technician at Sheridan Animal Hospital and is secretary-treasurer of Global Contracting & Painting Inc., of which the bridegroom is president.
Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, Clarence, was the setting at 2 p.m. Saturday for the wedding of Jamie Jo T. Madejczyk to Douglas A. Kozak of Cheektowaga.
Monsignor Richard L. Wetter performed the ceremony for the daughter of Joseph and Sharon Madejczyk of East Amherst and the son of Daniel and PeggyAnn Kozak of Auburn, Ala. A reception was given at Colonial Grove. After a trip to Orlando, Fla., the newly married couple will be at home in Cheektowaga.
The bride is a graduate of Holy Angels Academy and Brockport State College and is employed by Pezrow Brokers as a funds administrator and in customer service. The bridegroom, a Cheektowaga Central High School graduate, is employed by TPI.
Rosanne M. Ziemianski and David A. Bielewski, graduates of Cheektowaga Central High School, were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Bowmansville. Monsignor Walter O. Kern performed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Ziemianski of Cheektowaga are the bride's parents and the bridegroom is the stepson and son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robertson of Williamsville. A reception was given in Father Justin Council Knights of Columbus clubhouse. After a trip to Orlando, Fla., the newly married couple will be at home in Williamsville. The bride is a landscape designer for Enchanted Landscapes. The bridegroom is a plumber and machine operator for Kimel Construction.
Jennifer L. Gorski became the bride of Scott Eric Gratien when Monsignor John W. Madsen heard their nuptial vows Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Barnabas Catholic Church, Depew.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gorski of Buffalo are parents of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Gratien of Depew are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Polish Falcon Club. The couple, who will live in Cheektowaga, will travel to Orlando, Fla., and will take a Caribbean cruise.
A graduate of Villa Maria Academy and University at Buffalo, the bride is a marketing analyst for Rosina Food Products Inc. The bridegroom, a graduate of St. Francis High School and Erie Community College, is a technician at Towne Ford.
University United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday at 3 p.m. for the wedding of Diane Karen Wacker to Kenneth C. Stoll.
The Rev. Paul Emery heard the vows of the daughter of Ronald and Karen Wacker of North Tonawanda and the son of Conrad and Karen Stoll of Lockport. A reception was given in Ramada Inn-Niagara. The newly married couple will travel to Hawaii.
The bride is packing department supervisor and the bridegroom is document control coordinator for Paxar/IIMAK. She is a graduate of North Tonawanda High School. He was graduated from Starpoint Central High School and attended GMI Engineering & Management Institute and University at Buffalo.
Marriage vows were exchanged by Erica Lynn Vogel and Thomas James Finnerty during a ceremony performed by Monsignor Richard C. Crumlish at 12:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Bonaventure Catholic Church, West Seneca.
Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Vogel Sr., the bride's parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Finnerty, the bridegroom's parents, are of West Seneca. A reception was given in Michael's Banquet Facility. The newly married couple will be at home in Cheektowaga after a trip to Jamaica.
A graduate of University at Buffalo, the bride is a server and bartender in an Outback Steakhouse. The bridegroom is a graduate of West Seneca East High School, attended Erie Community College and is employed by American Axle & Manufacturing Inc.
Jennifer L. Coad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Coad of Town of Tonawanda, was married to John P. Dwyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dwyer of New City, at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Christopher Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.
Monsignor Francis G. Weldgen performed the ceremony before a reception was given in Holiday Inn, Grand Island. The newly married couple will be at home in Monroe after a trip to Tahiti.
Director of training for Frontier Communications, the bride is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University and has a master's degree in industrial psychology from Columbia University. The bridegroom attended Geneseo State College and is a fireman in the New York City Fire Department.