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   Syracuse Herald-American (Newspaper) - August 14, 1977, Syracuse, New York                               Miss Barrett becomes bride Holv Family Church in Fairmount was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Kathleen A. Barrett to Matthew M. Grobosky. The Rev. Msgr. James McCloskey officiated. 14 The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Barrett of 113 Whitney Rd. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Grobosky of 6211 Airport Rd. Maid of honor was Miss Betsy Barrett, the bride's sister. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mary Helen Rowell, Mrs. Peggy Storinge, the bride s sisters, and Miss Althea Grobosky, the bridegroom's sister. Dana Storinge was cirl Robert McGrattan was best man. Ushers were Fred Bockstahler, James Barrett Jr., bride's brother, and James Salanger. Eric Grobosky, bridegroom's brother, was junior escort. Ring bearer was Christopher After a reception in the Hilton Inn, the couple left for New England. The bride is a graduate of Syracuse University and The College of St. Rose, Albany, where she earned a master's degree in special education. A graduate of Siena College in Loudonville, the bridegroom recently graduated from Albany Law School. MRS. MATTHEW GROBOSKY Kathleen Barrett R.E. Raaflaub MRS. JOHN DEBES Holly Desmond Quinn-Neuman vows exchanged The University of Rochester Interfaith Chapel was the set- ting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Jill Rosemary Neu- man to James Michael Quinn. The Rev. John J. Costello offici- ated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Neu- man of Tully. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bernard Quinn of 445 Plymouth Dr. Mrs John Piriano was matron of honor. Miss Jeannette Heaney, Miss Nancy Hilton, Miss Becky Neuman and Miss Sharri Neuman were bridesmaids. Patrick J. Quinn was his brother's best man. James Donnel- ly, John Capozzi, Larry Goodwin and Michael McLaughlin were ushers. After a reception in the Rochester Marriott Inn, the couple left for Cape Cod and New England states. The bride is a graduate of Tully Central High School and Alfred University. She is a registered nurse at the University of Rochester Medical Center in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. The bridegroom graduated from Bishop Grimes High School and the University of Rochester with a degree in elec- trical engineering. He is employed by Stromberg-Carlson, a division of General Dynamics, in Rochester, and is a member of the West Brighton Volunteer Fire Department. SECTION MRS. WILLIAM L. CONOLE Patricia Corbett Hawlcy Studio Miss Corbett wed Saturday Miss Patricia Marie Corbett and William Lawrence Conole ex- changed marriage vows Saturday in St. Charles Bprromeo Church. Concelebrating the Mass were the Rev. Msgr. Richard A. Clark, pas- tor- the Rev Joseph H. Carey of the University of Notre Dame and the Rev Kenneth J. Doyle of Albany. The Most Rev. Francis J. Harrison, Bishop of Syracuse, was present at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. Patrick J Corbett of 205 Breakspear Rd. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank D. Conole of Binghamton. Mrs. John Conroy was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Mrs. R. Dennis Withers, Mrs. Timothy Carey, sisters of the bridegroom; Miss Constance Conger, Miss Patricia Daley, Mrs. Mi- chael Boucher and Miss M. Patricia Burke. Best man for his brother was Charles Conole. Ushers were Gary Corbett brother of the bride; Thomas Conole, brother of the bride- groom; Timothy Carey, Dr. Robert Hogan and Richard Gillespie The bride received a bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from Ithaca College. She attended Rosary Hill College and studied her junior year in Paris, France. She is a reporter in the Lifestyle depart- ment of the Syracuse Herald-Journal. The bridegroom earned bachelor and master's degrees from the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind. He also received a master's degree from Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, in hospital and health administration. He is administrative assistant at St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center and is a captain in the U.S. Army Reserves. Summer home site Miss Holly Desmond became the bride of John Mark Debes Satur- day before the Rev. Vincent Scotto in the Claryville summer home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Desmond of Nyack. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Margaret Debes of North Brother escorts bride MRS. BROOKS EDEN Maria Balduzzi Arnone Studic Miss Maria Catherine Balduzzi and Brooks David Eden exchanged marriage vows Saturday in St. Charles Borromeo Church, Westvale. The Rev. James Gehl officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary L. Balduzzi of Westvale and Richard R. Bal- duzzi of Baldwinsville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Eden of Skaneateles. The bride was escorted by her brother, Peter Anthony Balduzzi. Miss Neila Lauretti was maid of honor. Miss Elizabeth Eden, sister of the bride- groom; Miss Elizabeth Low, Miss Brenda Barnett and Mrs. Janet Gillmeister, Jr. were bridesmaids. Earl M. Eden, Jr., brother of the bride- groom, was best man. Peter A. Balduzzi, brother of the bride; Larry Laudano, Joe Rixey, Greg Malfitano, Ted Spezia and Doug Millard were ushers. After a reception at the Lakeshore Yacht and Country Club, the couple left for Ber- muda. The bride, a graduate of Alfred Universi- ty, plans to complete a master's degree in reading education at Syracuse University this month. She is a reading teacher at Mi- noa Elementary School. The bridegroom is a graduate of the College of Boca Raton in Florida and is the senior grocery buyer at Foods Inc. Mrs YooMi Desmond was matron of honor. Miss Denise Carmel, Mrs. Susan O'Reagan and Mrs. Sandra Yerg were bridesmaids. Karen Desmond was flower girl. Michael Manfredi was best man. Ushers were Michael McLaughlm, Charles Ferrigno and Paul Debes, brother of the bridegroom. Jeffery Debes was ring bearer. t After a reception in the home, the couple traveled to the Catskills. The bride and bridegroom graduated from State University College at Oswego. The bridegroom is a vocational counselor. Joan Early is bride Miss Joan Therese Early and Patrick Dennis Farrell exchanged marriage vows recently in St. Raymond's Church in Ray- mondville. The Rev. Everett Deneesha The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Early of Palo Alto, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Early are the bride's grand- parents. Frank Early was former business editor of the Syracuse Herald-Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farrell of Norfolk are the parents of the bridegroom. Constance Kastelnik was maid of honor. The bride's sisters. Miss Maureen Early and Miss Margot Early, were bridesmaids. Clifton Jay was best man. James Farrell, brother of the bridegroom, and James Early Jr., brother of the bride, ushered. The bride received a B.A. in physics and journalism and a M.A. in geology from Syracuse University. She is director of Safe- ty, Carlyle Compressor Co., a division of Carrier Corp. Her husband received a B.S. in industrial distribution and an M.S. in en- gineering science from Clarkson College of Technology. He is works manager for Flexo-Wire Division Copperweld Corp. in Oswego. MRS. PATRICK FARRELL Joan Early Brother officiates at Jones wedding Miss Olivia Moreyda became the bride Saturday of Daniel Mi- chael Jones in Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The bride- groom's brother, the Rev. William R. Jones, officiated at the cere- mony assisted by the Rev. David J. Norcott. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Moreyda of 118 Myron Rd. are parents of the bride. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. William K. Jones of 103 Oakridge Dr. Mrs. Annmarie Field was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Nancy Petrino, Miss Rosanna Cobos and Miss Elizabeth Scic- chitano. Norma Salazar was flower girl. Richard Jones was best man for his brother. Ushers were Rich- ard Salanger, Robert Mearon and Albert Denti. The couple left for Mexico after-a reception in the Persian Terrace of Hotel Syracuse. The bride is a graduate of Syracuse University where she ma- jored in Spanish. She is employed by Onondaga County, Depart- ment of Social Services. A graduate of Miami-Dade Junior College, the bridegroom is employed by M. Lemp Jewelers and Onondaga County, Depart- ment of Buildings and Grounds. Daniel Sauro MRS. JAMES QUINN .JillNeuman MRS. DANIEL JONES Olivia Moreyda Klocek-Francher vows are recited Miss Lynne Charlotte Francher and Raymond George Klo- cek exchanged vows Saturday in Holy Family Church in Fair- mount. The Rev. James Cesta officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Francher of 127 Terry Rd. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Klocek of 1147 Cannon St. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Mary E. Francher. Matron was honor was Mrs. Susan G. Francher. Mrs. Susan D_ Widas Mrs. Susan F. Murphy, Miss Patricia Dabrowski and Miss Margaret Klocek, sister of the bridegroom, were brides- maids. Tony Malone was best man. Ushers were Paul Francher, brother of the bride; Stan Klocek, Richard Crawford; John Klocek and Andrew Klocek, brothers of the bridegroom. After a reception in LeMoyne Manor, the couple left for Las Vegas, Nev. The bride is a graduate of Bishop Ludden High School. She also graduated from State University College at Brockport. The bridegroom is a graduate of Central Technical High School and Slate University College at Brockport. He will attend the University of Akron on a clinical assistantship for a master's degree in speech pathology. Atlanta will be new home Atlanta, Ga., will be the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Kortright who were married Saturday in Syracuse University Hendricks Chapel. Officiating at the ceremony were the Rev. Joseph Valky and the Rev. Bradford N. Pusey. The bride, the' former Miss Nancy Bender, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Bender of Fayetteville. The bride- groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Kortnght ot Skaneateles. Mrs. Bruce Bender was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Mrs. James Hart. Peter Kortright was best man for his brother. Ushers were Eric Bender, Bruce Bender, brothers of the bride; William Johnson and Frederick Eisenberg. A reception took place in Onondaga Country Club. A graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, the bride has been employed by Jordan Marsh Co. in Miami, Fla., and Boston, Mass., in the buying program. The bridegroom graduated from Franklin and Marshall College. He is employed by PPG, Industries of Pittsburg, Pa., and is based in Atlanta. Stevenson MRS. RAYMOND KLOCEK Daniel Sauro MRS. MARK KORTRIGHT Nancv Bender   

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