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MRS. BUSH

Niagara University graduates Sara Caroline Chapman and Todd Christopher Bush exchanged nuptial vows Saturday at 1 p.m. in Alumni Chapel of Niagara University.

The Rev. Donald R. Francis of St. Paul Lutheran Church performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter and stepdaughter of Candee A. and Edward J. Doyle of Cheektowaga and daughter of Robert Chapman of East Aurora. Parents of the bridegroom are Fred Bush of East Aurora and Judith Vergien of West Falls. A reception was given aboard the Niagara Clipper for the couple, who are traveling to Hawaii and will live in Cheektowaga.

The bride is a fifth-grade teacher at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary School, Clarence.

The bridegroom is a mathematics teacher at Kolbe Catholic Regional School, Cheektowaga.

Both are pursuing master's degrees in inclusive education at Niagara.

MRS. KAPPUS
The Rev. Kevin Downey of St. Bonaventure Catholic Church, West Seneca, and the Rev. Richard A. Caldwell performed the marriage ceremony for Kathleen Ann Godlove and John William Kappus III at 1 p.m. Saturday in Eden United Methodist Church.

Jennie B. Godlove of Elma and the late Duane L. Godlove are the parents of the bride.

Ethel Kappus of Eden and the late John W. Kappus II are the bridegroom's parents.

The bride is a graduate of Iroquois Central High School and Fredonia State College. She is employed by Baillie Lumber Co. in accounts receivable.

The bridegroom was graduated from Eden Central High School and is a partner in Triple Oaks Farms, an Eden dairy farm.

A reception was given in Newell-Faulkner Post American Legion clubrooms before the newly married couple left for Gettysburg, Pa. They will make their home in Eden.

MRS. DERCK
St. Anthony Catholic Church, Lockport, was the setting at 2 p.m. Saturday when Molly Jean Beaton exchanged marriage vows with William Robert Derck during a ceremony performed by the bride's uncle, the Rev. Joseph S. Rogliano.

Donna M. Beaton of Cheektowaga is the bride's mother and Rebecca McDonald of Elma is the bridegroom's mother. A reception was given in Banchetti by Rizzo's. The couple will be at home in West Seneca after taking an Alaskan cruise.

The bride is a graduate of Depew High School and Buffalo State College, where she is doint graduate work in elementary education. She is a communications/graphic designer for West Seneca Youth Bureau. The bridegroom, a graduate of Iroquois Central High School and DeVry Institute in Columbus, Ohio, attends University at Buffalo. He is a development lab test technician for Moog.

MRS. LEONARD
Susan M. Pendrak, an advanced registered nurse practitioner in University of Florida Department of Medicine, was married to Dr. Glenn T. Leonard Jr., a pediatric cardiology fellow in the university's department of pediatric cardiology, at noon Saturday in St. Amelia Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. Monsignor Thomas F. Maloney heard their vows.

Georgia and Patrick J. Pendrak of East Amherst are the bride's parents. Susan and Glenn Leonard of Woodcliff Lake, N.J., are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Romanello's South Restaurant. After traveling in Italy, the couple will be at home in Gainesville, Fla.

The bride is a graduate of University at Buffalo, where she received a master's degree in child health nursing. The bridegroom was graduated from Boston College and St. George University School of Medicine, Grenada, and completed a residency in Children's Hospital.

MRS. KOEL
Gina Marie Gullo became the bride of Treg Alexander Koel during a ceremony Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Lockport. The Rev. Francis Schimscheiner heard their vows.

Anthony S. and Linda Gullo of Lockport are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Louis and Wendy Koel of Christiansburg, Va.

A reception was given in Protocol Restaurant. After a Caribbean cruise and traveling to San Juan, Puerto Rico, the newly married couple will be at home in Atlanta, Ga.

The bride is a summa cum laude graduate of University at Buffalo, where she also received a master's degree in education summa cum laude. She is a third-grade teacher at Cheatham Hill Elementary School, Marietta, Ga.

The bridegroom, a cum laude graduate of Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State University, is a criminal information specialist for Info-Mart in Atlanta.

MRS. ZAMBRON
Lisa Rose Tabone became the bride of Dr. Mark Richard Zambron during a ceremony Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Our Lady of Victory Basilica. Monsignor Robert C. Wurtz performed the marriage ceremony.

A reception was given in Classics Banquet Center.

Parents of the bride are Anthony J. and Linda S. Tabone of Lancaster. The bridegroom's parents are Dr. Richard E. and Marcelene Zambron of Lackawanna.

After traveling to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., the newly married couple will make their home in Lackawanna.

A graduate of Lancaster Central High School and Daemen College, the bride is a physical therapist for People Inc.

The bridegroom is an internal medicine and pediatric physician in Lancaster Primary Medicine and Elmwood Health Center. He was graduated from Lackawanna High School, University at Buffalo and UB School of Medicine.

MRS. GINESTRE
Nuptial vows were exchanged by Karen Marie Wojtaszczyk, a kindergarten teacher in Cheektowaga Central School District, and Christopher John Ginestre, a history teacher in Akron Central School District, at 1 p.m. Saturday in Resurrection Catholic Church.

The Rev. Walter L. Matuszak heard the vows of the daughter of Daniel C. and Carol A. Wojtaszczyk of Depew and the son of Vincent R. and Joanne M. Ginestre of North Tonawanda. A reception was given in Sheraton Four Points Hotel.

The bride is a graduate of Villa Maria Academy and Buffalo State College, where she earned a master's degree in reading. The bridegroom, a graduate of Cardinal O'Hara High School and Brockport State College, is working for a master's degree in Buffalo State. He is varsity football assistant coach in the Akron School District.

After taking a Mediterranean cruise, they will live in Lancaster.

MRS. CRITELLI
Faith United Methodist Church of Lancaster was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Amy M. Gallagher became the bride of Ty W. Critelli. The Rev. Duane W. Priset performed the ceremony for the daughter of Ronald B. and Carol A. Gallagher of Lancaster and the son of William and Margaret Geake of Akron.

The bride, an occupational therapist with Summit Educational Resources, is a graduate of Lancaster Central High School and D'Youville College with a master's degree.

The bridegroom was graduated from Akron Central High School and Canisius College, where he earned a master's degree in counselor education. He is an elementary school counselor in Sweet Home School District.

A reception was given in Kotecki's Grandview Grove.

The newly married couple will take a Caribbean cruise and be at home in Williamsville.