Sheila S. Banks became the bride of Charlie R. Clency of Buffalo during a ceremony Saturday at 3 p.m. in Macedonia Baptist Church.
The Rev. Herman L. Alston Jr. heard their exchange of nuptial vows.
David and Mary Banks of Buffalo are the parents of the bride.
A reception for the newly married couple was given in Polish Community Center.
The bride was graduated from East High School and from the Peter Piccolo School of Hair Design.
She is employed as a nurses' assistant in Brothers of Mercy Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.
The bridegroom is an employee of Bethlehem Steel in Lackawanna.
Linwood Avenue Church of Christ was the setting Saturday at 5:30 p.m. for the marriage of RaShawn Rhodes and Leo Herndon Jr., who exchanged vows before Dr. John A. Smiley.
The bride is the daughter of John Rhodes Jr. of Buffalo and daughter and stepdaughter of Gloria and Robert Simpson of Amherst. Parents of the bridegroom are Jessie Herndon of Buffalo and the late Leo Herndon Sr.
A reception was given in George F. Lamm American Legion Post before the couple left for a cruise in the Caribbean. They will live in Buffalo.
The bride is an academic adviser with Bryant & Stratton and the bridegroom is a supervisor for Adelphia Cable.
Cheektowaga Central High School graduates Christine M. Wrzos and Larry S. Wroblewski were married Saturday at noon in St. Barnabas Catholic Church, Depew.
The bride is the daughter of Dorothy Wrzos of Cheektowaga and the late Theodore Wrzos and the bridegroom is the son of Lawrence and Patricia Wroblewski of Cheektowaga. A reception was given in Father Justin Council Knights of Columbus hall. After a trip to Cancun, Mexico, the newly married couple will be at home in Cheektowaga.
The bride is a customer service representative of Vermont Pure Springs. The bridegroom is a sales representative of Landies Candies Co.
St. Andrew Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda, was the setting Saturday at 1:30 p.m. when Stacey L. LeVea and Frank M. Giuseppetti exchanged nuptial vows before the Rev. Jeffery J. Sturmer.
The bride is the daughter of Bernice LeVea of Buffalo and the late Robert R. LeVea and the bridegroom is the son of Anthony and Mary Giuseppetti of Tonawanda. A reception was given in Niagara Frontier Amvets Post.
After a trip to Orlando, Fla., the couple will be at home in Cheektowaga.
Graduates of Tonawanda High School, the bride is manager of Santora's in Amherst and the bridegroom is a sales associate with Valu Home Center in Del-Ton Plaza.
Tracey J. Quenzler and Allen W. Hoerner were married by the Rev. Harold E. Tyson, a Presbyterian minister, Saturday at 3 p.m. at the home of the bride's mother and stepfather, Margaret J. and Joseph A. Cala, on Grand Island. Carol A. and Gary L. Hoerner of Lancaster are the bridegroom's parents.
A reception was given in Circolo Sportivo Italia. After a trip to St. Thomas, the newly married couple will make their home in Kenmore.
A Grand Island High School graduate, the bride is a release and classification specialist with Tower Group International Inc. A Kenmore West High School graduate, the bridegroom is a mechanic with AVI Food Systems Inc.
Karen M. MacKenzie, a Niagara-Wheatfield High School graduate, and Paul F. Mancuso Jr., a graduate of Sweet Home High School, were married Saturday at 4 p.m. in St. Mary Catholic Church, Swormville.
The Rev. Robert M. Yetter performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. MacKenzie of Niagara Falls and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Mancuso Sr. of Town of Tonawanda. A reception was given in Creekside Banquet & Picnic Grove.
After a trip to the Bahamas, the couple will live in East Amherst. The bride is a teller in a Fleet Bank branch. The bridegroom is employed by Dave's Crafts & Christmas.
In Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Bennington Center, at 2 p.m. Saturday the marriage vows of Karen Sue Pomana and David Luke Bernacki were exchanged before the Rev. Joseph A. Fiore. A reception was given in Ripa's Restaurant.
Joseph and Ruth Pomana of Cowlesville are the bride's parents. Parents of the bridegroom are Joseph and Louise Bernacki of Depew. The couple will live in Cowlesville.
The bride is a graduate of Attica Central High School and is a warehouse secretary at Robinson Knife Co.
The bridegroom was graduated from Lancaster Central High School and is a dispatcher for Source One Logistics.
Nuptial vows were exchanged by Linda Rose Kessler and Russell Scott Schulz during a ceremony performed by the Rev. Peter W. Bridgford at 5 p.m. Saturday in St. John's-Grace Episcopal Church.
A reception was given in McKinley Park Inn for the daughter of Susan G. Kessler of West Seneca and Irvin Q. Kessler of Buffalo and the son of Marguerite Schulz of Lake View and the late Ralph Schulz.
A University at Buffalo graduate, the bride is vice president of sales and marketing for Creditors Interchange Inc. The bridegroom, a Frontier Central High School graduate, is employed in Tops Distribution Center. They will live in Hamburg after a trip to Aruba.