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Ferrino - Manley

The wedding of Gia M. Ferrino and Brian P. Manley took place at 5 p.m. Saturday in the Twentieth Century Club, where a reception was given. Amherst Town Justice Geoffrey K. Klein performed the ceremony for the daughter of Ronald J. Ferrino of West Seneca. and the son of Deborah and Paul Roll of Buffalo. The bride is a graduate of Depew High School and is a real estate owned specialist with M&T Mortgage Corp. The bridegroom, a graduate of Canton State College of Technology and Potsdam State College, is recruitment manager of EGW Associates. He is a member of the board of directors of Buffalo Niagara Human Resource Association and is a member of the advisory board of ITT Technical Institute's electrical technology education program.

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> Sutherland - Ameno

Angela Victoria Sutherland became the bride of Nicholas Dave Ameno II as the couple were united in marriage during a ceremony at 4 p.m. Friday in Marygold Manor, prior to a reception. The Rev. Joyce E. Sirianni of First Presybterian Church, Kenmore, heard their exchange of nuptial vows. The bride made her home with her grandparents, Daniel L. Sutherland of Pictou, Nova Scotia, and the late Marguerite Sutherland. The bridegroom is the son of Nicholas D. and Kathleen M. Ameno of Wheatfield. The bride attends University at Buffalo and the bridegroom, a graduate of University at Buffalo, has a master's degree from University of Central Florida and is a technical writer for Ultra-Scan Corp., Amherst. The newly married couple will make their home in the City of Tonawanda.

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> Leonard - Milewski

Lindsey Marie Leonard and Micah Adam Milewski were married at 1 p.m. Saturday in Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, West Seneca. The Rev. Thomas J. Quinlivan heard the couple's exchange of nuptial vows. A reception was given in Samuel's Grande Manor for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Leonard of West Seneca and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Milewski of Buffalo. A graduate of Buffalo Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts, the bride attended Erie Community College and is an assistant material supply manager with Sorrento Lactalis Inc. A graduate of West Seneca West High School, the bridegroom attended Buffalo State College and is employed by Goodyear Dunlop North America. After a trip to the Mayan Riviera, the couple will live in Buffalo.

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> Burke - Harden

The gazebo of The Hearth restaurant, Elma, was the setting as Lucinda C Burke became the bride of John D. Harden at 4 p.m. Saturday, prior to a reception. The Rev. Margaret Reid, minister of Unity Southtowns Church, performed the ceremony for the daughter of Norma J. and Daniel F. Burke of Orchard Park and the son of Vera M. Harden of Elma and the late Harry D. Harden. A graduate of Orchard Park High School and Purdue University, the bride has a master's degree in nursing from University at Buffalo and is a nurse practitioner employed by the Allegany County Department of Health. A graduate of Iroquois Central High School, the bridegroom is an assembler technician employed by Moog Inc. After a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., the couple will live in Delevan.

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> Hadley - Vincton

Melissa L. Hadley and Sean J. Vincton were united in marriage by the Rev. Flavia Skilbred at 3 p.m. Saturday in First English Lutheran Church, Lockport. A reception was given in Bowmansville Fire Hall. The bride is the daughter and stepdaughter of Arthur L. Hadley Jr. of East Amherst and Linda C. and Robert Kelly of Kenmore. Parents of the bridegroom are Arthur J. Vincton of Lockport and the late Patricia M. Vincton. A graduate of Williamsville North High School, the bride is a summa cum laude graduate of Brockport State College and is an accounting assistant employed by Maxim Management Services. The bridegroom, a graduate of Lockport High School, is a warehouse lift operator employed by Perry's Ice Cream. After a trip to Maine, the couple will live in Lockport.

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> Crannell - Smith

In the Riviera Theatre, North Tonawanda, at 2 p.m. Saturday, North Tonawanda City Judge R. Thomas Burgasser performed the ceremony that united Shannon D. Crannell and Jeremy D. Smith in marriage. A reception was given in the Palms Banquets for the newly married couple, who will live in Town of Tonawanda after a trip to Hawaii. Donald Crannell Jr. of Erie, Pa., and Donna Bolling of Fredonia are the bride's parents. Parents of the bridegroom are David and Nancy Smith of North Tonawanda. The bride, a graduate of Fredonia State College, is a clerical employee of Associated Sleep Center. The bridegroom is a graduate of Niagara County Community College. He tours with his band, Dead Hearts, that records for Ferret Music and is a delivery driver for Office Depot.

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> Dunn - Murphy

Michele F. Dunn and John M. Murphy will be married at 3 p.m. today in the garden of Samuel's Grande Manor, prior to a reception. The Rev. Charles Pezzino of Creekside Assembly of God will hear the couple's vows. The bride is the daughter of Charles and Barbara Dunn of Town of Tonawanda and the bridegroom is the son of the late Richard and Norma Murphy. The bride, a graduate of Tonawand High School and Geneseo State College, is employed as an administrative staff member with the University at Buffalo Research Foundation. The bridegroom, a graduate of Orchard Park High School, attended Erie Community College and is an account representative with Ingram Micro. After a trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., the couple will live in Williamsville.

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> Ramos - Schroeder

Alicia Mona Ramos and Jeffery Edward Schroeder were married by the Rev. Leon J. Biernat during a ceremony at 4 p.m. Friday in St. Leo the GreatCatholic Church, Amherst. A reception was given in Holiday Inn Amherst for the daughter of James and Dianne Ramos of Town of Tonawanda and the son of Raymond and Anne Schroeder of Amherst. A graduate of Kenmore East High School, the bride attended Buffalo Sate College and is an administrative assistant and paralegal with Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman. The bridegroom, a graduate of Sweet Home High School, attended Niagara County Community College and is employed as a service technician with Cooley's Pools and Spas. After a stay in Toronto, the couple will be at home in Town of Tonawanda.

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