Westminster Presbyterian Church was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Tara Lynn Zeitler became the bride of Thomas Felix Vella.
The Rev. Thomas H. Yorty performed the ceremony for the daughter of Kevin D. and Lana L. Zeitler of North Tonawanda and the son of Felix M. and Santina Vella of Amherst.
A reception was given in the Quaker Room before the couple left for Hawaii. They will be at home in Buffalo.
A graduate of North Tonawanda High School and Niagara County Community College, the bride is attending Medaille College and is a quality assurance group leader with Fujisawa Healthcare.
The bridegroom, a graduate of Sweet Home High School and University at Buffalo, is an industrial engineer with American Pharmaceutical Partners.
McDonough - LoVallo
Kelly A. McDonough and Dominic T. LoVallo III, graduates of Kenmore East High School, exchanged marriage vows at 2 p.m. Saturday in Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. Monsignor Robert K. Golombek performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Barbara A. McDonough of Town of Tonawanda and Richard E. McDonough of North Tonawanda. The bridegroom is the son of Virginia A. LoVallo of Town of Tonawanda and Dominic T. LoVallo Jr. of Kenmore.
A reception was given in Banchetti by Rizzo's.
The bride and bridegroom will be at home in Buffalo after a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. They are employed by the City of Buffalo in City Hall, the bride as a clerk and the bridegroom as a laborer. She attended Erie Community College.
Love - Kaplewicz
Performing the marriage ceremony for Lynn Marie Love and Brian A. Kaplewicz at 2 p.m. Saturday in Fourteen Holy Helpers Catholic Church, West Seneca, was the Rev. Louis S. Klein, St. Joseph and Sisters hospitals chaplain.
The bride, daughter of Karen A. Love of West Seneca and Allan F. Love of Tonawanda, is a graduate of West Seneca West High School and Trocaire College and is a registered nurse in St. Joseph Hospital. She also is a volunteer firefighter with Union Fire Company.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplewicz of Elma, is a graduate of Iroquois Central High School and is a roofer employed by Jameson Roofing.
A reception was given in Fontana's Banquet Center. The couple will be at home in West Seneca after a trip to the Pocono Mountains.
Cheavacci - McCarthy
Nuptial vows were exchanged by Ann Marie Cheavacci and Kevin Michael McCarthy before Monsignor Robert J. Williamson at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church, Akron.
The bride is the daughter of Charles and Linda Cheavacci of Akron and the bridegroom's parents are Rosann and John Shiesley of Town of Tonawanda. A reception was given in Hearthstone Manor. The couple will be at home in Lancaster after traveling to Aruba.
A graduate of Mercyhurst College, the bride received a master of business administration degree from Niagara University and is a reimbursement analyst in Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
The bridegroom, a Buffalo State College graduate, is a scientist with West Valley Nuclear Demonstration Project.
Gaiser - Ehlert
All Saints Catholic Church, Dallas, Texas, was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Carrie Ann Gaiser and James Michael Ehlert were united in marriage.
Colleen Gaiser of Orchard Park and the late Gary Gaiser are parents of the bride, a graduate of Orchard Park Central High School and Texas Christian University who is a paralegal in the office of Black, Mann & Graham, Lewisville, Texas.
The bridegroom, son of James Ehlert of Dallas and Valerie Michaels of Kansas City, Mo., is a graduate of J.J. Pearce High School, Dallas, and University of North Texas and is sales manager for Force Electronic, Dallas.
A reception was given in Dallas Petroleum Club. The couple will be at home in Dallas after returning from a cruise to St. Lucia and Aruba.
Kendzierski - Arcara
St. Joseph Cathedral was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. when Evette Kendzierski became the bride of Philip Arcara during a ceremony performed by Monsignor James F. Campbell.
The bride is the daughter of Bernadette Sauls of Hamburg and stepdaughter of the late Robert Sauls and daughter and stepdaughter of Theodore and Carol Kendzierski of Akron. The bridegroom is the son of Yvonne Arcara of West Seneca and Morris Arcara of Town of Tonawanda.
A reception was given in Creekside Banquet & Picnic Grove.
The couple will be at home in Hamburg after a trip to St. Lucia. A Cheektowaga Central High School graduate, the bride is a production assembler at Delphi Harrison Thermal Systems. The bridegroom, a graduate of West Seneca East High School, is a Verizon field technician.
Hunt - Hurley
After traveling to Aruba, Brian T. Hurley and his bride, Sylvia M. Hunt, will be at home in Buffalo.
Cheektowaga Town Justice Ronald E. Kmiotek performed their marriage ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday in Sheraton Four Points Hotel.
A reception was given in Creekside Banquet & Picnic Grove.
The bride is the daughter of Paulette Hunt of St. Catharines, Ont., and the late Maximilian Hunt.
Parents of the bridegroom are Donna T. Hurley of Buffalo and the late Kim Hurley.
A production planner for Bosch Rexroth Canada Corp., Welland, Ont., the bride is a graduate of Niagara College.
The bridegroom, a graduate of Seneca Vocational High School, is a material handling and distribution logistics specialist with Perfect Fit Glove Co.
Zoratti - Persico
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda, was the setting Saturday at 2 p.m. for the marriage of Jennifer Louise Zoratti and Mark Joseph Persico Jr. The Rev. Richard A. Reina heard their vows. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Zoratti of Tonawanda and Michelle Zoratti of Buffalo. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Persico of Buffalo. A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Amherst.
A claims analyst with North American Health Plans, the bride is a graduate of Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart and attended Erie Community College. The bridegroom, a graduate of St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute, attended Canisius College and is employed by American Axle & Manufacturing. They will live in Buffalo after a trip to the Pocono Mountains.