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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 92

Rochester, New York
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Wednesday, February 14, 1996
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8E OUR TOWNS. NORTHEAST, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1996 WEDDINGS ' ' s - i ... Jf i t TELLUSABOUTYOURPLANS Wedding forms: To get a form to tell us about your wedding, visit our Public Service Desk, 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester. Or call 258-2422 and a form will be mailed to you. Anniversaries: Please submit information at least 10 days before publication. Please include a contact name and telephone number we can use if we need more information. To submit information: Mail wedding forms and anniversary engagement information to Features Department, Democrat and Chronicle Times-Union, 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY 14614. Please send your information as soon as possible after your wedding or anniversary; however, we will accept wedding news up to six months after the ceremony and anniversary news a month after the anniversary date. Robert Buholtz Peter Collinge Thaddeaus Golojuch David Klein 4 .... y.a i iiiifiiifiMiainiaaMn f I wM't Roval Memories y. Lisa C. Cerame and Christopher T. Hubler Lisa C. Cerame married Christopher T. Hubler on Saturday, June 24, at St. Margaret Mary Church in Irondequoit. The bride is the daughter of Angela C. and Michael A. Cerame of Scholfield Road, Irondequoit. The bridegroom is the son of Dorothy J. and Lawrence C. Hubler of Maridana Drive, Perinton. The couple graduated from Niagara University. The bride is employed by Electronic Data Systems in Webster. The bridegroom is a branch manager for Reidman Insurance Co. in Avon, Livineston Countv. The maid of honor was Laura Mirabella of Boston. The best man was Randy Hubler of Fairport. The reception was at the Radisson Rochester Plaza. The couple honeymooned in St. Lucia. Heather M. Corbett and Christopher M. Fry Heather M. Corbett of Stowell Drive, Greece, married Christopher M. Fry on Saturday, Oct. 14, at St. Margaret Church in Mattydale, Onondaga County. The bride is the daughter of Millie Corbett of Syracuse and Frank Corbett of Clay. Onondaga County. The bridegroom is the son of MaryJane and Robert Fry of Flynnwood Drive, Greece. The bride is a computer programmer at Paychex Inc. in Penfield. The bridegroom is a computer technician at Lomp-USA in Henrietta. The maid of honor was Pamela Curtis of Schenectady. The best man was Brian Haines of Bedford, Pa. The reception was at Wysocki's Lake Park Manor in Cicero, Onondaga County. The couple honeymooned in the Poconos. Margaret A. Conlon and Walton R. Giles Margaret A. Conlon married Walton R. Giles of Albion, Orleans County, on Saturday, Aug. 19, at Ogden Baptist Church in Spencerport. The bridegroom is the son of Ona and Robert Giles of Massena, St. Lawrence County. The bride is a teacher's aide for the Board of Cooperative Educational Services No. 2 in Spencerport. The bridegroom is employed by Eastman Chemical Co. The matron of honor and best man were Michelle and Salvatore Cardella of Gates. The bride's daughter is Theresa Kingdollar of Holley, Orleans County. The reception was at Pineways Pond Park Lodge in Spencerport. The couple honeymooned at Alexandria Bay and Lake Placid and in Massena, St. Lawrence County. Michelle L. Judd and Deri H. Maurer Jr. Michelle L. Judd married Deri H. Maurer Jr. of Bethlehem, Pa., on Saturday, Oct. 14, at Sts. Simon and Jude Church in Bethlehem. The bride is the daughter of Melody B. and Walter L. Judd of Honeoye, Ontario County. The bridegroom is the son of Margaret M. and Deri H. Maurer Sr. of Phillipsburg, N.J. The bride, a graduate of Finger Lakes Community College, is a customer service representative for CIGNA Group Insurance in Bethlehem. The bridegroom is manager of the corporate outlet for Stride-Rite in Tannersville, Pa. The matron of honor was Maria G. Davids of Allentown, Pa. The best man was James E. Maurer of Phillipsburg. The reception was at Fairview Fire Company, Allentown. The couple honeymooned in Virginia Beach, Va. ENGAGEMENTS Tracy A. McGraw to John A. DiTullio. Parents are Linda and Michael McGraw of Brittain Circle, Spencerport; and Filomema and Umberto DiTullio of Southridge Drive, Greece. A Sept. 13, 1997, wedding is planned. Carm A. Territo to Dennis Warren. Parents are Mary Territo of Irondequoit and the late Carl Territo; and Eleanor Warren of Rochester and the late John Warren. A Sept. 27 wedding is planned. B Elizabeth Alicea to David Anne of Rochester. Parents are Jorge L. Alicea of Rochester and the late Aida L. Alicea; and Jean and Richard Anne of Portageville, Wyoming County. A May 4 wedding is planned. B Patricia A. Bowler to Michael E. Everts of Wolcott, Wayne County. Parents are Catherine and Joseph Bowler of North Rose, Wayne County; and Rita Comenaie of Gates and Edmund Everts of Irondequoit. A June 15 wedding is planned. 0 Rene S. Markus to Stephen B. Hodin. Parents are Lois W. and Sidney S. Markus of Irondequoit; and Louise and Earl Hodin of McLean, Va. An August wedding is planned. El Tracy M. Sleight of Rochester to Mark A DeLaus of Rochester. Parents are Kathie and John Sleight of Swain, Allegany County; and Barbara and Frank DeLaus of New Hartford, Oneida County. An October 1997 wedding is planned. Alii Amaker of Massachusetts to Robert Farrell of Brighton. Parents are Dr. John Farrell of Brighton and the late Roberta Farrell. A September wedding is planned. B Doris C. Vernacotola to Peter R. Dannenfeldt Jr. of Irondequoit. Parents are Edith and Nicholas Vernacotola of Irondequoit; and Peter R. Dannenfeldt Sr. and the late Vicki Dannenfeldt. A May 1 1 wedding is planned. Charlene M. Kennedy to Patrick J. Beattie of Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. Parents are Karen and Bruce Kennedy of Irondequoit; and Dorothy and Raymond Beattie of Penfield. No wedding date has been set. B Lisa L. Nielsen to Gregory Brockway. Parents are Linda and John Nielsen of Holley, Orleans County; and Marlene and Charles Brockway of Asheville, N.C. An Oct. 12 wedding is planned. j 1' i Alwvn Studios Wendi A. Bellinger Borsching Wendi A. Bellinger married Benjamin J. Borsching of Honeoye Falls on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Lima Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mary L. and Donald D. Bellinger of Lima, Livingston County. The bridegroom is the son of Melody L. Borsching of Genesee Street, Scottsville, and Francis B. Borsching of Avon, Livingston County. The bride, a graduate of Finger Lakes Community College, is a receptionist and secretary at Rochester Area Multiple Sclerosis, Elmwood Avenue. The bridegroom is a mechanic for Meyer's Chevrolet in Livonia, Livingston County. The maid of honor was Ann M. Pribanich of Lima. The best man was Daniel Marusiak of Lima. The reception was at J.J. Leasures Restaurant in Lakeville, Livingston County. The couple honeymooned at Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla., and on a cruise to the Bahamas. Jennifer T. Dale and Jonathan W. Sheehan Jennifer T. Dale married Jonathan W. Sheehan of East Main Street, Webster, on Saturday, Oct. 14, at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Joann and Dr. Robert C. Dale of Summit Drive, Brighton. The bridegroom is the son of Susan and Roger Sheehan of Mumford. The couple graduated from the State University College at Fredonia. The bride, also a graduate of the State University College at Geneseo, is a substitute elementary school teacher for sev eral area districts. The bridegroom is an engineer with WHEC-TV Channel 10, East Avenue. The maid of honor was Jennifer Vick of Brighton. The best man was Timothy Hennigan of Buffalo. The reception was at the University Club of Rochester. The couple honeymooned at Disney World, Orlando, Fla. Lisa M. Kosinsky Michael A. Zazzara Lisa M. Kosinsky married Michael A. Zazzara on Saturday, July 29, at Sacred Heart Cathedral. The- bride is the daughter of Mary and Robert F. Kosinsky of Ellinwood Drive, Irondequoit. The bridegroom is the son of Teresa Zazzara of Greenlawn Drive, Irondequoit, and the late Barsilio F. Zazzara. The bride is employed by Chase Manhattan Bank downtown. The bridegroom, a graduate of the State University College at BrockDort, is em ployed by Greater Rochester Health Sam Farah' P!"Fph" Care SystemHill Haven, Empire Boulevard, Webster. The maid of honor was Janeen Kosinsky of Irondequoit, and the matron of honor was Tina Lynch of Irondequoit. The best man was Michael Catalano of Rochester. The recepfion was at the Burgundy Basin Inn in Pittsford. The couple honeymooned in St. MartinSt. Maarten. Juliana L. Buck and Jose I. Ortiz-Velez Juliana L. Buck married Jose I. Ortiz- Velez( of Bradenton, Fla., on Monday, July 3, at St. John of Rochester Church in Fairport. The bride is the daughter of Juliana S. and Richard J. Buck of Colony Lane, Henrietta. The bridegroom is the son of the late Nyra M. and John I. Ortiz. The couple graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The bride is a biologist at Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children in Tampa, Fla. The bridegroom is a software consultant for R.I.S.C. Management Inc. in i ampa. The maid of honor was Katie Hettrich of Manhattan Beach, Calif. The best man was Eddie Hernandez of Canton, Mich. The reception was at the Avon Inn in Avon, Livingston County. The couple honeymooned on a Mediterranean cruise to Greece, Italy, Turkey, Monaco and France. Robin M. Frank and Stephen M. Wooster Robin M. Frank married Stephen M. Wooster of Newark, Wayne County, on Saturday, July 1, at First United Methodist Church in Fairport. The bride is the daughter of Janice H. and Gerald R. Frank of Fairport. The bridegroom is the son of Patricia and William Wooster of New Freedom, Pa., formerly of Fairport. The bride is a hairstylist and assistant manager at Command Performance, Eastview Mall. The bridegroom is kitchen manager at Cian Woorf Firprl Pizza and Pasta in Pittsfrod. James T"biol. Photographer The maid of honor was Bonny Hermanson of Penfield. The best man was Robert Rivers of Greece. The reception was at Burgundy Basin Inn in Pittsford. The couple honeymooned in the Dominican Republic. mi -r..a m !WpfM,stiyi,ii)tiMipi,UW. jffiipaiiuww.lW' 'WW Debra L. DeWind to John D. Telaro. Parents are Shirley P. Stuart of Henrietta and the late Harold J. Stuart; and Angelina and John Telaro Jr. of Rush. A 1996 wedding is planned. Si Kristen Commercial of Sunset Street to Gregory Pettis of Virginia Lane, Chili. Parents are Margaret and James Commercial of Cross Gates Road, Gates; and Sharen Guck of Parkway Drive, North Chili. An Aug. 3 wedding is planned. Robin M. Pratt to John W. Rathjens. Parents are Linda and David W. Pratt of Orchard Creek Lane, Greece; and William R. Rathjens of Orange, Conn., and the late Kathleen Rathjens. A June wedding is planned. B Brenda L. Cross to Shane M. VanEpps. Parents are Beverly and Wilfred VanEpps of Cavalier Road, Scottsville; and Marie and Gary Cross of Linwood, Livingston County. A June 28, 1997, wedding is planned. George Strick Anne McKenna Melanie Melendez Melissa Douglas J 1 . 1 Mary Miller l..'.'.vL.- Sarah Banks Barbara McFarland Walter Priestley YOUR NEIGHBORS BSt. Joseph's Villa volunteer Nancy Ellis was recognized at the annual J.C. Penney Golden Rule Award luncheon for her work as a role model for and friend to a teen served by the agency. BThe Otetiana Council of Boy Scouts of America announced the following winners of the 1995 Silver Beaver Award for volunteerism and leadership: Robert Buholtz, Peter Collinge, Thaddeaus Golojuch, David Klein, Barbara McFarland, Walter Priestley and George Strick. Dr. Henry Gysling and Monro Muffler Brake received the William Spurgeon III Award for leadership for the Explorer program and Selden Knudson received the James West Award for contributing to the council endowment. B Maureen Hayes joined the WXXI Reports team as an investigative reporterproducer. B Kimberiy Fitch of Churchville and Melanie Melendez of Rochester were selected as entrants in the 1996 Miss New York Teen All American Pageant held in Poughkeepsie. B Melissa Douglas, daughter of Donald and Diane Douglas of Rochester, was selected as a finalist in the 1996 Miss New York American 3-7 Pageant to be held this summer in Manhattan. B Dr. Robert Loss Jr., president of Dermatology Associates of Rochester, was elected as a fellow in the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. B Mary Miller of Rochester and Sarah Banks of Brighton, both employees at Buck & Pulleyn advertising agency, are 1995 Swiss Watch Award winners for contributing most to the smooth functioning of the agency. B Temple B'rith Kodesh Saturday Morning Choir dedicated its 10:30 service Feb. 3 to Virginia McConnell, an alto soloist at the temple for nearly 50 years. BAnne McKenna of Rochester joined the staff of St. John's Home as coordinator of marketing and development. ' - STAFF REPORTS BUSINESS AROUND THE TOWNS City's Big Apple Cafe under new ownership The Big Apple Cafe, a landmark at 682 Park Ave. for 19 years, has a new owner, Keith A. Scherberger. He is instituting a Table 12 Project, in which 5 percent of the net revenue from that table at the cafe goes to organizations here that help those with HIV or AIDS. A formal dedication takes place at 8 p.m. Tuesday. How to manage a building project is seminar topic A seminar on construction project management will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 7 in room 203 of the Temple Building, 14 Franklin St. The Small Business Development Center at the State University College at Brockport is sponsoring the program, which costs $50 per person or $125 for three people from the same firm if they register by Tuesday. After that, the cost is $60 per person. The course is designed for owners of start-up construction companies or small contracting firms, hands-on tradespeople, entry level construction personnel and experienced project managers who want to improve their skills. Call the college at 637-6660 for f more lniormation. Two Beardstown ladies will speak in Rochester Two of the Beardstown ladies, of investment club fame, will speak in Rochester Feb. 27 at a lunch at the Radisson Rochester Plaza, underwritten by Chase Manhattan Bank and hosted by the Rochester Women's Network and the Al Sigl Center. The authors of the just-released The Beardstown Ladies' Stitch-in-Time Guide To Growing Your Nest Egg will sign books starting at 11:15 a.m. Lunch is at noon. A single reservation is $25. Corporate tables for 10 are $250. A reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Feb. 26, plus the lunch the next day, is $75, or $750 for a table. Call 271-4182 for tickets. . - STAFF REPORTS HEADQUARTERS i S J BAD CREOIT? fjn 1 1 no credit? aonni emit hi I JUDGEMENT? fffOBkSMI Ji i Call Mr. Andrews IS V (315 589-SAVE Js OUR TOWNS Northeast Zone CLASSIFIED To Place Your Ad Call: 454-4200 Lost, Strayed BEAGLEBlack Lab: Male. Approx 8 yrs old. Lost Webster-Five mile Line FM. area 671-4411 "57 DOO: White Shepherd Husky Mix. 45 lbs female named "Sport". From Cul-ver'Empire area. Feb. 2nd 11pm 654 52S5 LADIES GOLD SEIKO WATCH: Hugs & Kisses style braclet hand. 2496 Tops at Elm Ridge Plaza or Gates Bowl Sentimental value. REWARD1 723 6449 PENNY'S GIFT CERTIFICATES (21 Penney s gilt bag Walking from Irondequoit Mall to Tops on Goodman and Ridge Call 254-8638 Personals BOWLERS NEEDED!! 5 men or women for tournaments. Will pay entry 467-1395 , leave message. DONATE a car to senior citizen living alone. Needed for Doctor s appts & food shop-ping. 339-9918 or 247-2234 PAULA: I'm the one Let's talk-234-2767 ST. JUDE NOVENA: May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St Jude. worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude. help of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day for 9 days, publication must be promised. Thank you St. Jude Sacred Heart and blessed Virgin for prayers answered. MG Getting Personal AFFECTIONATE, Attractive Warm Blonde seeks single while male 45-60 tor friendship; togetherness, possible permanent relationship. Enjoys cuddling. 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