Eileen Bubnoski marriage
Watervllet Couple Say Vows The marriage of Miss Eileen Eileen M. Bubnoski, daughter of Mrs. Melvin A. Bubnoski Sr. of 616 24th St., Watervliet, Watervliet, to Adam John Walion Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Walion of 1514 4lh Ave., also of Watervliel, was recently performed by Rev. Boleslaus Watroba at the Immaculate Conception Church there. The bride was given in marriage by her father and attended by her sister, Miss Patricia Bubnoski, as maid of honor. Her bridesmaids were the Misses Betty Calh- e r w o o d , Lori Millington, Rose Klec, and Deborah Maksynik, Mrs. Linda Con- Mr. the Dom o and He and of a Public lo in --David P:OU!| Pholo Mrs. Adam J. M'alion nors, Miss Lisa Walion, sister sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Sue Waldo. Stephanie Collins was the flower girl. Kevin Walion served as best man for his brother and guests were seated at the church by James Carr, Christopher Walion, brother of the bridegroom; David Anderson, Melvin Bubnoski, Jr., brother of the bride; D a n i e l Reinfurt, John Dibias and John Ileid. Ring bearer was David Clifford. A reception was held at the V.K.W. Post 720, Wa- lervlicl, The bride, a graduate of Walervliet High School, at- lended Hudson Valley Community Community College. She is cm- ployed by Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. Her husband, graduate of Walervliet High S c h o o l , attended Country Community College, College, Saranac Lake, and the Junior College of Albany. He is working for Ihe City Watcrvliet. The couple plan to reside al 1235 5th Ave., Walervliet.