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FULL - KIMMEL

Kelly Ann Full and Shawn Michael Kimmel were married at 5 p.m. Saturday in Kotecki's Grandview Grove, preceding a reception. The Rev. Richard Nightengale, a Wesleyan minister, heard the vows of the daughter of Shirley and Ralph Full of West Seneca and the son of Bonita and Ronald Kimmel of East Aurora. A graduate of Buffalo State College with a master's degree in special education from D'Youville College, the bride is a teacher in Baker Victory Day Treatment. The bridegroom, a graduate of Full Sail Real World Education, Winter Park, Fla., is a plumber with Aurora Plumbing & Excavation and owns Sign Solutions. They will live in East Aurora after a trip to Hawaii.

Bussman - Freeland
After taking a Caribbean cruise, Mark Andre Freeland and his bride, Amy Lynn Bussman, will be at home in Snyder. The Rev. John N. Reuther of Consolata Mission Center performed their marriage ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Friday in Christ the King Catholic Church, Snyder. A reception was given in Fanny's restaurant. Jennifer L. and Paul F. Bussman Sr. of Snyder are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Monique Freeland of Williamsville and the late Kenneth H. Freeland. A research assistant in Roswell Park Cancer Institute, the bride is a graduate of University at Buffalo. The bridegroom is a graduate of Villa Maria College and is a pressman at Quality Printing & Graphics.

Hangen - Pienta
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Orchard Park, was the setting at 2 p.m. Saturday when Maritza Hangen was married to William Pienta during a ceremony performed by the Rev. Patrick T. O'Keefe. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor for the daughter of Barbara Hangen and Floyd Hangen, both of Orchard Park, and the son of Patricia and William Pienta of Fredonia. The bride attended Erie Community College and is a loan manager in a Charter One Bank, Cleveland, Ohio. The bridegroom is a graduate of University at Buffalo and is a program manager with Castrol Industrial North America, Cleveland. They will be at home in Brunswick Hills, Ohio, after a trip to Aruba.

Ball - Duman
Trinity Lutheran Church, West Seneca, was the setting at 3 p.m. Saturday for the ceremony that united Amymarie Ball and Andrew F. Duman in marriage. The Rev. Ronald Habedank heard their exchange of nuptial vows. A reception was given in Lucarelli's Banquet Center. The bride is the daughter of Donald J. Ball of Lackawanna and Cheryl Ball of East Aurora and the bridegroom is the son of Richard and Gloria Duman of Hamburg. A graduate of Lackawanna High School, the bride is a service representative of First Niagara Bank. The bridegroom is a graduate of Lake Shore Central High School and is employed by Du-All Finishing. They will be at home in Lackawanna after traveling to Aruba.