A reception was given in Roycroft Inn before David T. Privett and his bride, Michelle M. Roemig, left for Nantucket, Mass. Catholic Church of the Holy Family was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for their wedding.
The Rev. William R. Bigelow performed the ceremony.
Rene and Norine Roemig of Buffalo are parents of the bride. Suzanne Privett of Hinckley and William Privett of Herkimer are the bridegroom's parents. The couple will be at home in Buffalo.
The bride, a graduate of Mount Mercy Academy, is a claims representative of Kaleida Health. The bridegroom was graduated from McQuaid Jesuit High School, Rochester, and has a master's degree from Syracuse University. He is a social worker at Wende Correctional Facility. They are Fredonia State College graduates.
A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens after the wedding of Kristin A. Yuhnke and James A. Johnson Jr. Saturday at noon in St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Amherst. The Rev. Edward F. Jost Jr. performed the ceremony.
The daughter of Bruce T. and Gail M. Yuhnke of North Tonawanda, the bride is a graduate of North Tonawanda High School, Niagara County Community College and American Institute of Banking.
She is a market manager for First Union National Bank and a coach for Buffalo Swimkins, synchronized swimmers.
The bridegroom, son of Jacquline and James A. Johnson Sr. of Angola, is a graduate of Lake Shore Central High School and Brockport State College. He is sales manager for American Equity Services.
They will be at home in North Tonawanda after a Caribbean cruise.
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, Niagara Falls, was the setting at 2 p.m. Saturday for the ceremony that united Kyle Anne Gravanti and Lawrence Joseph Quarcini in marriage.
The Rev. John R. Gaglione heard their vows.
Robert Gravanti and Michele Hamera, both of Niagara Falls, are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Michael Quarcini of Niagara Falls and Mary B. Quarcini of Myrtle Beach, S.C. A reception was given in Como Restaurant for the couple, who will live in Niagara Falls.
The bride attended Morrisville State College of Technology and Buffalo State College and is co-manager of the Children's Place. The bridegroom attended Indiana University and Niagara County Community College and is employed by Laborers Local 91.
Melinda R. Genco and Timothy Smallwood were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Joseph University Catholic Church. Their vows were heard by the Rev. Jacob C. Ledwon. A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Grand Island.
Joseph Genco of Tonawanda and Joann Genco of Lancaster are the bride's parents.
The bridegroom is the son of Mildred Smallwood of Amherst and the late James Smallwood.
A graduate of Bennett High School, the bride is accounts receivable manager for Sweeney Steel Service Corp.
The bridegroom, a graduate of Sweet Home High School and University of Massachusetts at Lowell, is a pharmaceutical consultant with SmithKline Beecham and coaches youth hockey for Town of Amherst.
The couple will live in Buffalo after a trip to Hawaii.
Gia Marie DiRisio and David Edward Dorsey were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. at the home of her parents, Anthony and Judith DiRisio in Lancaster. The Rev. Dr. John R. Scarafia Jr. of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lancaster, performed the ceremony for the bride and the son of Edward and Linda Dorsey of Jacksonville, Fla. A reception was given in Ripa's Restaurant. The couple will be at home in Jacksonville after a trip to Las Vegas, Nev.
They are employed at Sawgrass Marriott Resort, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., the bride as a human resource specialist and the bridegroom as a culinary supervisor.
She is a graduate of Lancaster Central High School and attended Erie Community College. He is a graduate of Fletcher High School and Culinary Institute of the South.
Performing the marriage ceremony for Deborah L. LeVine and Todd N. Kofoed at 2 p.m. Saturday in Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on Delaware Avenue were the bride's cousin, Navy Cmdr. Michael P. Zuffaletto, a chaplain stationed at Virginia Beach, Va., and the Rev. Paul R. Bossi.
Parents of the bride are Jerry and Mary Jo LeVine of Lockport and the bridegroom is the son of Cheryl A. Gullo-Kofoed of Buffalo and the late Norman A. Kofoed.
A reception was given in Harry's Harbour Place Grille.
The couple will be at home in Buffalo after a trip to the Pocono Mountains. The bride was graduated from Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart. The bridegroom, a graduate of Lafayette High School, is a technician with Executive Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners.
A reception was given in Roycroft Inn before Mark L. Bragg and his bride, Kimberly A. Schendel, left for Atlantic Beach, N.C. They were married Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Holy Angels Catholic Church by the Rev. Louis Lougen.
The bride is the daughter of Paul and Nancy Schendel of University Heights, Ohio. Weldon M. and Carole P. Bragg of Orchard Park are the bridegroom's parents.
A graduate of Regina High School, South Euclid, Ohio, and D'Youville College, the bride is a special education teacher with South Shore Comprehensive Therapies and Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center. The bridegroom, a graduate of Orchard Park Central High School and Hilbert College, served six years in the Marine Corps and is a Medicare accounting group leader for Lincare. They will live in Cheektowaga.
The Rev. Jay W. McGinnis of Our Lady of Pompeii Catholic Church performed the marriage ceremony for Jennifer Rose DiPietro and Paul Anthony Sampugnaro at noon Saturday in SS. Peter and Paul Church, Williamsville. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor.
The bride is the daughter of Christine R. DiPietro of Williamsville and Marco Island, Fla., and the late Rocco A. DiPietro. Parents of the bridegroom are Lora Sampugnaro of Buffalo and the late Filadelfo Sampugnaro. After a trip to Montreal, Quebec, the couple will be at home in Buffalo.
A travel counselor with AAA of Western and Central New York, the bride is a graduate of Holy Angels Academy and University at Buffalo. The bridegroom, a graduate of Lafayette High School, attended Buffalo State College and is employed by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.