Deanna Marie Benzin and Christopher Michael Klodzinski were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday in Kloc's Blossom Grove, prior to a reception. The Rev. Gary J. Gossel of Ebenezer United Church of Christ heard their exchange of nuptial vows. The bride is the daughter of Donald A. Benzin of Buffalo and the late Donna M. Benzin. Parents of the bridegroom are Michael J. and Deborah A. Klodzinski of West Seneca. The newly married couple will make their home in Cheektowaga after a trip to the Pocono Mountains. A graduate of South Park High School and Bryant & Stratton College, the bride is employed in nursing by the McGuire Group. The bridegroom is a graduate of West Seneca West High School and is a customer services employee of Digicon Imaging.
> Epstein - Ruzzine
Andrea M. Epstein and Dominic Ruzzine, alumni of Williamsville North High School, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday in Christ the King Catholic Church, Snyder. Monsignor James J. Lichtenthal heard the couple's exchange of vows. A reception was given in Shanghai Red's Restaurant for the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Epstein of Williamsville and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Ruzzine Sr. of East Amherst. A graduate of Ohio State University, the bride is an account executive with Professional Personnel Management Corp. The bridegroom, a graduate of Erie Community College, is a financial consultant with M&T Bank and is a licensed broker. After a trip to the Dominican Republic, the newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo.
> Metzen - Poleon
The Rev. Joseph S. Rogliano of St. Anthony and St. Joseph Catholic churches, Lockport, performed the ceremony that united Katie M. Metzen and Norris M. Poleon in marriage at 4 p.m. Saturday in Christ the King Chapel, Canisius College. A reception was given in the Terrace Room of Statler Towers for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Metzen of Williamsville and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Poleon of Getzville. A graduate of Canisius, the bride has a juris doctorate from University at Buffalo School of Law and is an associate attorney with Jones Day in Chicago, Ill. A graduate of UB, the bridegroom has a master of business administration degree and is a project engineer for Hill Mechanical Corp. in Chicago. After a trip to Fiji, the couple will live in Chicago.
> Hassey - Dillon
Jean Marie Hassey and Richard Thomas Dillon Jr., software engineers, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Orchard Park. Monsignor Paul J.E. Burkard performed the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Hassey of Blasdell and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Dillon Sr. of Lancaster. A reception was given in Salvatore's Italian Gardens for the newly married couple, who will be at home in Lancaster after a trip to Australia. They are employed by DRS EW & Network Systems. The bride is a graduate of Mount Mercy Academy and University at Buffalo. The bridegroom was graduated from Lancaster Central High School and UB, which he is attending for a master's degree in computer science.
> Alessi - Steinbacher
Amanda M. Alessi and Robert J. Steinbacher were united in marriage at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Our Lady of Victory Basilica. The Rev. Daniel J. Fawls heard their nuptial vows. The bride is the daughter of Robert D. and Monica Alessi of Lackawanna and the bridegroom is the son of Robert Steinbacher of West Seneca and the late Nadia Steinbacher. A reception was given in Rich Renaissance Niagara. The bride, a graduate of Hilbert College, is a librarian trainee for Buffalo and Erie County Public Library and Hilbert. She is pursuing a master's degree in library and information studies in University at Buffalo. The bridegroom, a graduate of Erie Community College South Campus, is a route sales representative for Morgan Linen. The couple will be home in Cheektowaga.
> Roycroft - Parvez
A reception was given in Epcot Center, Orlando, Fla., after Rebecca Roycroft and Arshad Parvez were married at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Walt Disney World's Wedding Pavilion, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The Rev. Deems Timothy Herring of Orlando performed the ceremony for the daughter of J. James and Evelyn Roycroft of Depew and the son of Parvez Akram and Nadira Parvez of Rawal Pindi, Pakistan. The newly married couple will be at home in Pompano Beach, Fla. Design product coordinator for Perry Ellis International, Miami, Fla., the bride is a graduate of Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and Buffalo State College. The bridegroom, an alumnus of University of Central Florida and University of Oklahoma, is general manager of Steak n Shake Restaurant, Hallendale, Fla.
> Simon - Cabin
After taking a Mediterranean cruise, Jarod Cabin and his bride, Leiana Simon, will be at home in Grand Island. The Rev. Georges Y. El-Khalli performed their marriage ceremony at 5 p.m. Friday in St. John Maron Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Joseph P. and Clare E. Simon of Amherst and the bridegroom is the son of Betty Ann Cabin of Grand Island and the late David P. Cabin. A reception was given in Joseph's Country Manor and Grove. The newly married couple are employed at First Platinum Corp., the bride as an executive assistant and the bridegroom as chief executive officer. She is a graduate of Erie Community College and is attending Buffalo State College. He is a graduate of Niagara County Community College and Buffalo State.
> Conley - Whelan
Alison Rose Conley became the bride of Paul Jake Whelan at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Stephen's Bethlehem United Church of Christ. The Rev. David L. Donner performed the nuptial ceremony. A reception was given in La Galleria Restaurant for the daughter of Daniel and Donna Conley of Elma and the son of Paul and Lorrie Whelan of Cheektowaga. A graduate of Alden High School, Erie Community College and Buffalo State College, the bride is employed with U.S. Security Associates at American Axle & Manufacturing. A graduate of West Seneca East High School, the bridegroom is a truck driver and small engine mechanic employed by Tripi Foods and Hector's Hardware. After a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., the couple will make their home in West Seneca.