Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on April 13, 2005 · Page 42
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Rochester, New York
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Wednesday, April 13, 2005
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OUR TOWNS, GREECE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2005 7F Carla M. Sidore and Matthew J. Brunco Carla M. Sidore and Matthew J. Brunco, both of Jamestown, Chautauqua County, were married Saturday, Sept. 25, at Gates Presbyterian Church. The bride is the daughter of Linda M. and Philip M. Sidore of Red Leaf Drive, Chili. The groom is the son of Eleanor and Joseph Brunco of Jamestown. The bride, a graduate of the College of St. Rose in Albany, is an art teacher at Gustavus Adolphus Learning Center in Jamestown. The groom, a graduate of the Monroe County Fire Academy who attended Jamestown Community College, is a steel fabricator at Blackstone Enterprise Inc. in Jamestown. The bride's sister and sister-in-law, Gina DiMarco and Mary Jo Staertow, both of Rochester, , IF" 1 .'! iK - i - V- Alwyn Studios Inc. were the matrons of honor. Russ Brunco, brother of the groom, and Nick Spitzer, both of Jamestown, were the best men. The reception was at the Burgundy Basin in Perinton. The couple honeymooned on a Caribbean cruise. Kristi L. Moynihan and Brian C. Mabelis Kristi L Moynihan and Brian C. Mabelis, both of Wexford Place, Webster, were married Saturday, July 17, at St. Joseph's Church in Penfield. . The bride is the daughter of Barbara A. and Thomas J. Moynihan of Stockton Lane, Penfield. The groom is the son of Joanne and Richard A. Mabelis of Creek Street, Penfield. The bride, a graduate of the State University College at Geneseo who earned a master's degree in special education at Nazareth College in Pittsford, is a math teacher at Bishop Kearney High School in Irondequoit. The groom, who attended Monroe Community College in Brighton, is sales manager at Hazardous Removals of Rochester in Greece. Amy Murphy of Parkwood Tina M. Visalli and Christopher T. Herman Tina M. Visalli of Dunsmere Drive and Christopher T. Herman of Citation Drive, Henrietta, were married Saturday, May 29, at Holy Rosary Church on Lexington Avenue. The bride is the daughter of Bernice I. and Joseph T. Visalli of Brandy Brook Lane, Greece. The groom is the son of Kathleen and William Herman of Citation Drive. The bride, a graduate of the State University College at Brockport where she is pursuing a master's degree in art history, is a receptionist at Fuji Film e-Systems in Greece. The groom, a graduate of Monroe Community College in Brighton, is director of operations at American Installers in Perinton. Joelle R. Lappetito of Rodessa "yrj rw A-.U' . ' TMliM.IH1M.HiHi Alwyn Studios Inc. Road, Greece, was the matron of honor. Andrew Cullerton of Penfield Road, Penfield, was the best man. The reception was at The Party House in Chili. The couple honeymooned on a southern Caribbean cruise. Marilyn E. Klotz and Carl E. Johnson Marilyn E. Klotz and Carl E. Johnson, both of Cromwell Drive, Brighton, were married Saturday, Jan. 15, at Asbury First United Methodist Church on East Avenue. The bride is the daughter of Florence S. Klotz of the Highlands at Pittsford, and the late John W. Klotz. The groom is the son of Erma J.- and Lorin D. Johnson of Hilliard, Ohio. The bride, a graduate of Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, is pursuing a doctorate in public policy and political science at Indiana University. The groom, a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology in Henrietta, is the manufacturing general supervisor at Delphi Corp. on Lexington Avenue. Nancy Klotz of Pittsford, sis- , r . 7 ' I . V Alwyn Studios Inc. ter of the bride, was the matron of honor. Michael L. Johnson of Hilliard, brother of the groom, was the best man. The reception was at The Strathallan hotel on East Avenue. The couple honeymooned in Arizona. t v- H I .. j Still Life Photography Road was the maid of honor. Michael DiPaola of Independence Drive, Webster, was the best man. The reception was at the RIT Inn and Conference Center ih Henrietta. The couple honeymooned in Aruba. YOUR NEIGHBORS HOME & AWAY Christian and community publications. STAFF REPORTS MARRIAGE LICENSES The following people received marriage licenses through April GREECE Marguerite Cignarale and Raymond Daniel demons Jr. Patricia A. Compton and Alfred DiFranco Damaris Evangeline Diaz and John R. Clark Callee Ann Duemmel and Michael Vm-oent Pelitera Jennifer Lynn Faro and Stephen Lawrence Kuster Anitra Anne Fey and Kenneth James Haller Dawn Daisy Hamza and Matthew J. Jeffords Bonita R. Hewes and Lon M. McClure Gail Freeman Kayson and Bertram Baxter Warner Vera A. Nesterkina and Mikhail Grudko Sara L. Powell and Eugenio A. Vega Jeanne L. Sutton and Gregory J. Peters Jhulrhonn K. Thompson and Ryan O. Douglas Rebecca L. Utter and Anthony W. Lewandowski Genevieve D. Wright and Robert J. Pu-chyr IRONDEQUOIT Jennifer Gottheld and Mark Campanella Laura P. Green and Brian A. Borate Alicia Incabo and Jonathan F. Culpepper Nicole M. Infantion and John S. Rasor Patricia A. McDaniels and Don R. Butler Carol J. Paxton and Antonio T. Heredia Karen M. Slade and Craig E. Marcus PENFIELD Donna Back and William McPherson Yong Can Bu and Luke Lin Nicole Lynn Buckingham and Shaun Michael Miller Tammy Clark and Brian Michael Lehr Jamie Lee Culp and Carl Glenn Snook Marie DeCory and Russell Wolfanger Jacqueline Eggleston and Leonard Has-man Bettina Fehrenbach and Vincent lozzo Kristin Forrester and Timothy Kuhmann Mary Megan Garland and Joseph Ether Roseann Gluck-Heise and T. Louis Trotto Sheila Jane Hanlin and George Alan DeRue Katelynn Elise LeBeau and Joshua Donald Pollot Zhao Yan Li and Li Liu Lisa Marie Manginell and Charles Adler Stephanie Matthews and Paul Comi Kathleen Oberg and Peter George Jeri Mart O'Neil-Pearson and Paul Scott Gabrielson Rachel Ann Spampinato and Torey James Weston PERINTON Natalie Beresniewicz and Brian Rooney Cynthia Binion and Anthony Simmons Julie Brown and Shawn Bond Francine Feola and David East Jr. Donna Flowers and Eugene Lewis Jamie Hamilton and Roger Eddy Julie Hanzek and Thomas Caputo Rukshanda Jawed and Shiraz Malik' Christine Marie Juby and Lewis Edwin Frey Karen Kindig and Jason Light Karen Marcia Loughery and Richard Miller Tara-Ann McElheam and Charles Shull Stephanie Meindl and Shashank Dikey Jacqui Merulla and Michael Agne Elizabeth Richard and Michael Davis Vera Smich and Bogdan Tymkiv Jenee Marie Wing and Michael Vincent Killenbeck Heather Wolbert and Mark Balsamo ROCHESTER Jodie B. Ames and James Lamont Curtis Patricia Anne Annese and Ross Abraham Amstey Vivian Arguello and Stephen Galvano Krista M. Aukeman and David A. Englert Jennifer L. Black and Kurt F. Smith Fantasia S. Brown and James E. Ross Heather Ann Caton and Edward Michael Reidmiller Elsa I. Cruz and Francisco Cruz Crystal P. Dawson and Timothy J. Roe Lewanda J. Dukes and Rafiu A. Busari Samone M. Ellis and Kevin A. Goode Lul G. Habtemichael and Gert Kluge Delynn Kelly and George E. Brown Jr. Dawn M. Klumpp and Eric A. Magin Katarzyna Kostecka and Donald G. Fi-lozof Jr. Makeba Livingston and Earl D. Nesmith Kristen S. Lofaso and Joshua A. Wilson Susanna Luciano and Milton E. Cara-ballo Sylvia McCrea and Rodney E. Breedlove Zandra Ann Merklinger and Dean Glenn Gerken Sheila M. Olney and Terence J. Welch Jocelyn F. Patterson and Dwayne B. Spivey Erin E. Pixley and Christopher P. Carlson Marysel Rivera and Robert S. Cox Germany Rodriguez and Luis Antonio Reyes Rosemary E. Rollin and Philip S. Johnson Lilliam Rosado and Rodney Rodriguez Janice S. Shaughnessy and Stephen D. Barry Kelly A. Swank and Carlos Rodriguez Gwendolyn Y. Sweet and Eric S. Moore Eleanor G. Tucker and Bob Lee Heather Vandermallie and Thomas Ryan Berdell Beatrice Wilson and Bernard Dash WEBSTER Chistina Agnello and Daniel Klauck Amanda Ruth Bhame and Martin Petrie Cannon Shanna Marie Boch and Michael Wit-kowski Rebecca Ann Hosenfeld and Scott Charles Hogle Nancy Dillon Lyboldt and Charles Theodore Borgel Paula Rose Mastrolonardo and Steven William Luther Jill Auston Pranger and Charles Walter Miersch Jean Madelin Rate adn Allan Craig Page Dr. Fatma Akmese Dr. Hany Nissiem Lakeside Health System announced the following additions to Lakeside Memorial Hospital's medical staff: Dr. Fatma Akmese of Brockport, family medicine; Dr. Hany Nissiem of Greece, family medicine; and Dr. Naseer Tahir of Webster, anesthesiology. The Nazareth Schools announced the following recipients of the Lumina Lux Awards, presented to alumni of Nazareth Hall and Nazareth Academy whose community service, Christian involvement, personal achievements and loyalty exemplify the schools' mission: Frances Pullano of Rochester, president and principal of Pullano & Co.M.A. Services, an employee benefits firm in Rochester, received the Lumina Award; and John Colaruotolo of Fairport, owner of Casa Larga Vineyards and Anco Builders, received the Lux Award. David Harman of Roches ter has been chosen by the Monroe County School Music Association as the 2005 recipient of the Richard H. Snook Award for his significant contributions to mu sic education in the Rochester area. He is professor of music and director of orchestral activities at the University of Rochester, and music director of the Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Joanne Brokaw of East Rochester will be included in the upcoming release of The Groovy Chick's Road Trip Guide to Peace with her story When Church Chicks Laugh, The Whole World Laughs Along. She is a freelance writer who covers music and entertainment for eK ' 1 Supercalifragilisticexpiallydocious. (Grand just doesn't describe it.) A ..r . I ESL knows spectacular banking. Our personal service, attention to detail and respect for our clients delight people whenever they walk through the door. Now, we invite you to join us in celebrating the Better-than-Grand Opening of our newest Greece branch, conveniently located at 3508 Mt. Read Boulevard. To knock your socks off, we've decided to present you with a few new reasons to love what we do. During the month of April, we have scads of terrific offers, ike those listed below. So, stop in and say hello. Or just say the flying nanny with the umbrella sent you. rESV Federal Credit Union lt$ banking, only better. J These offers are good 745 Long Pond Road at ESL Greece Branch locations only: 2480 Ridgeway Avenue 3508 Mt. Read Blvd. David Harman 2485 Dewey Ave. (rear) ' Now Available Manicures & Pedicures Hair Color Specialists Q natural hair dciofv I Be the King or Queen of your own backyard barbeque! Register to win a Charbroil Gas Grill Name Address City Phone One grill will be given away at each Greece . branch. Complete rules are available upon request. Drawing will be held on or about 5505. No purchase necessary. Making a purchase does not enhance the odds of winning. This otter is only good at ESL Greece Branch locations. Free Gift, ; Free Checking Free Checking, ESL Premier ! Checking.. .and a Free Gift! i Open an ESL Checking account and I take home a FREE Gift a three piece I BBQ tool set. Then, enjoy your ESL membership for years to come! ' To receive a free gift, a minimum deposit for new checking accounts is $50. . Offer good while supplies last. ESL reserves the right to substitute I a gift of similar or equal value. ' This otter is only good at ESL Greece Branch locations. Save $50 on your next $250 purchase at Chase Pitkin Get the cash you need for those spring home improvement projects! Receive a coupon to save $50 on a $250 purchase at Chase Pitkin when you apply for an ESL Home Equity Line of Credit, ESL Home Equity Loan or an ESL Home Improvement Loan. Offer ends 43005. This offer is only good at ESL Greece Branch locations. Want a nice return for your money? Open a new ESL Certificate or Money Maker Account with $2500 (or add $2500 to an existing MMA) and we'll add $10 to your deposit. One per member, per account. To be eligible for the $10, the $2500 deposit must come from funds not currently on deposit with ESL Federal Credit Union for the last 30 days. Offer good through April 30, 2005. This offer is only good at ESL Greece Branch locations. Membership subject to eligibility. 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