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   Syracuse Herald-American (Newspaper) - September 22, 1985, Syracuse, New York                               114 Syracuse Herald American, Sunday, September 22, 1985 Weddings HI-Llte Sludlo MRS. WADE V. BBOWNELL ...Frances A. Gaglio FayeUeville United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Frances A. Gaglio and Wade V. Brownell. Officiating was the Rev. Vernon Lee Jr. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Dora Gaglio of 513 N. Salina St. and Carmen Gaglio of 2619 James St. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Joyce Brownell of North Syracuse and the late Mr. Woo- drow Brownell. Maryanne Mackey was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jill Dra- bot, sister of the bridegroom, Vale- dine Lyon and Violet Pouliot. Best man was Jerome Griffin. Dean Brownell. brother of the bridegroom, Rick Drabot and Ed Solorzano ushered. The couple plans to travel to To- ronto, Canada, following a recep- tion in the Mayberry Inn, Cicero. The couple graduated from Bryant and Stratton Powelson Business Institute. The bride is employed by MONY. The bridegroom is employed by Arrowhead Group, Phoenix. MRS. DWIGHT W. WIDGER ...Michelle E. Courtney Marcellus United Methodist Church was the setting Aug. 23 for the marriage of Miss Michelle Ei- leen Courtney and Dwight Wil- liam Widger. Officiating was the Rev. Leslie Strader. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glidden Courtney of Mar- cellus. Parents of the bridegroom are Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Widger of Albany. Alissa Courtney, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Brides- maids were Christine Gilfus and Tammy Courtney, sister of the bride. Best man was Byron Widger, brother of the bridegroom. David Wilson and Marc Courtney, brother of the bride, ushered. The couple traveled to Black Lake and Canada, following a re- ception in Amber Fire Hall. The couple graduated from Mar- cellus High School.. The bride is employed by Ablest Temporary Service. The bridegroom is a graduate of State University Agricultural and Technical College at Cobleskill and the University of Maine at Orono. He is employed by Cornell University. Varden MRS. CHARLES GLOVER ...Angela Spadoito Miss Angela Spadotto and Charles Glover were married Sat- urday in St. Mary's of the Lake Church. The Rev. Ziegler offi- ciated. The bride is the daughter of An- gelo Spadotto of Marcellus and Phyllis Spadotto of Marcellus. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Glover of Marcellus are parents of the bridegroom. Lana Kemblowski, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Julie Spadotto, sister of the bride, Lori lannuzzo and Sue Messe. Tessa Vincent was junior bridesmaid. Best man was Kevin Trpss. Rob Sallahan, Jim Dillon and Geoff Sutphin ushered. Junior usher was Matt Glover, brother of the bride- groom. Following a reception in West Hill Country Club, Camillus, the couple plans to travel to Maui, Ha- waii. The couple graduated from Mar- cellus High School. The bride is employed by S.J. Edwards Florist. The bridegroom is employed by Bill Lambert Construction. MRS. MICHAEL J. SLOWICK ...Kelly J. Tousant The Rev. Dennis Hayes heard he wedding vows of Miss Kelly J. Housant and Michael J. Slowik Saturday in Holy Family Church, Fairmount. The bride is the daughter of Gor- don and Jean Tousant of 119 lowan Ave. The bridegroom is the son of John and Ann Slowick of Camillus. Honor attendants were Cindy Bakowski and Tina Kolakowski. Bridesmaids were Tracey Tou- sant, Janet Slowik and Julie Har- rington. Thomas Halliwell was best man. Mark Kolakowski, Ed Slowik, bteve Slowik, John Slowik and !eter Stickney ushered. Ring >earer was Michael Kolakowski. After a reception in Lakeside lecreation Hall, the couple plans o travel to Hawaii. The bride is a graduate of Solvay Tigh School and Bryant and Strat- on Powelson Business Institute, ihe is employed by Nationwide nsurance Co. The bridegroom is a graduate of West Genesee High School and Onondaga Community College. He s employed by Onondaga-Madi- on BOCES. St. Rose of Lima Church, North Syracuse, was the setting Satur- day for the marriage of Miss Tam- mie Anne Mclntyr-e and Kevin Alan Hafter. Officiating was the Rev. John Costello. The bride is the daughter of Be- verly Nappa of Syracuse and Wil- liam Mclntyre of Baltimore, Md. Parents of the bridegroom are David and Margaret Hafter of Val- ley Drive. Maureen O'Hara was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Tracy Pandozzi, Shannon Oliver, Heather Oliver, Karen Hafter and Kim lannolo. Shiobon Oliver and Tara Oliver were flower girls. Best man was E. Wendell Con- ley. Ken Hafter, Brian Wing, Greg Conley and Rommy Deliequi ushered. The couple plans to travel to Alexandria Bay, following a re- ception in Garfields Plus, James- ville. The bride is a graduate of Cicero R.J. Studio MRS. KEVIN A. HAFTER ...Tammie A. Mclntyre High School and is employed by Marine Midland Bank. The bridegroom is a graduate of Corning High School and is em- ployed by Thruway Fasteners M P Plating. MRS. W. F. CORSETTE ...Alida B. Morey Miss Alida Beth Morey and Wil- liam Fredrick Corsette were mar- ried Saturday in St. Mary's Church. The Rev. Robert Jones of- ficiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morey Sr. of West Monroe. Parents of the bride- groom are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Corsette of Constantia. Joann Wines was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Marilyn Morey, sister of the bride; Debbie Corsette, Betty Pot- ter, sisters of the bridegroom; Deb- bie Weaver and Debbie Tuohey. Melanie Flower was junior brides- maid. .Tanel Wines was flower girl. Best man for his brother was Gary Corsette. Bob Wines, Alan Fisher, Randy Corsette, Ricky Bryant and David Potter ushered. Ring bearer was Nicholas Cor- sette. The couple graduated from P.V. Moore High School. The bride is employed by Mu- tual of New York. The bridegroom is employed by Mclntosh Pallet Inc. Chickadee Lake Photoorarphy MRS. F. R. WESTPHAL ...Nancy E. Plunkett The Rev. Thomas Powell heard :he wedding vows of Miss Nancy Elizabeth Plunkett and Frederick Rhodes Westphal Sept. 14 in St. Mary's of the Lake Church, Skan- eateles. The bride is the daughter of eorge and Martha Plunkett of VVeedsport. The bridegroom is the son of Frederick Westphal of Sun- nyvale, Calif., and Louise West- phal of Skaneateles. Flo Peters was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Carla Reese, Pina Lasher, Patty-Lou Barrows, Andrea Atkins-Simmons and Col- een Dumas. Bradley Westphal was best man. John Manilla, Kevin Lasher, Jim Peters, and the bride's broth- ers, George Plunkett and Michael 'lunkett, ushered. Ring bearer was Robby Dumas. A reception followed in The Pa- 'ilion, Auburn. The bride is a graduate of Weed- port High School and Cayuga Community College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Jueensbury High School, Siena College and Thomas M, Cooley ,aw School. He is employed by VArrigo Law Offices, Liverpool. R.j. SludiOi MRS. JOHN H. SIMMS JR. ...Judy A. Zettler The Rev. Raymond Wood heard the wedding vows of Miss Judy Ann Zettler and John Richard Simms Jr. Saturday in St. James Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zettler of 220 Longmeadow Drive. The bride- groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' John Simms Sr. of Jamesville. Miss Susan Zettler was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Michelle Mooney and Miss Dorothy Canfield. Kristi and Kari Metz were flower girls. Michael Simms was his jrother's best man. Ken Case and Joe Mintoyne ushered. After a reception in The Cast- away's, Brewerton, the couple plans to vacation in the Adiron- dacks and Lake Placid. The bride is a graduate of The Franciscan Academy and Bryant and Stratton Powelson Business Institute. She is employed by the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The bridegroom is a graduate of Jamesville-DeWitt High School, is employed by the Syracuse Fire Department. MRS. JEFFREY S. KELLY ...Barbara A. Chaplinsky Miss Barbara Ann Chaplinsky nd Jeffrey S. Kelly were married ecently in Peddle School Chapel, lighstown, N.J. The Rev. Edward Griswald and Mark Burrows offi- iated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. John Chaplinsky of East jyracuse. Parents of the bride- ;room are Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly if Audubon, N.J. The bride was escorted by her ather and grandfather, Joseph smyjunas. Mi-Mi Chaplinsky, sister of the iride, was maid of honor. Brides- naids were Lisa Appel, Natalie "etrilli and Lisa Steck. Best man was Robert Fetzko. tates Post Office. Tassel I The Rev. Fred Kelsey heard the wedding vows of Miss Cindy L. Van Tasscll and Charles T. Vic- tory Saturday in Baldwinsville First United Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Richard and Mary Ellen Van Tas- sell of Baldwinsville. The bride- groom is the son of Roland and Judith Victory of Baldwinsville. Maid of honor was Suzette Orr. Bridesmaids were Sherry Prior, Debbie Taylor, sisters of the bride, Marsha Snell, Lee Anne Wilder, Debbie Mager and Tyna Frantz. Brenda Cole was flower girl. Thomas Spreha was best man. Gary Currier, Mark Victory, brother of the bridegroom, Jeff Neyhart, Jamie Johnson, William Crowell and Daniel Hibbard ushered. Ring bearer was Joshua Taylor. After a reception in Femano's, the couple plans to travel to West Palm Beach, Fla. The couple graduated from C. W. Baker High School. Baker Sludio MRS. CHARLES T. VICTORY ...Cindy L. Van Tasscll The bride, a graduate of Mo- hawk Valley Community College, is employed by Walter Melon's Cafe. The bridegroom is employed by Food Markets, Camillus. MOSKUN-TRACH Mr. and Mrs. John Trach of Lakeland announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Miss Kath- leen A. Trach. to Gregory A. Mos- ktin, son of Mrs. Mnrlcnc Riordan and the late Mr. Stephen Moskun. An April 25, 1986, wedding is planned. FREDETTE-PFEIFER Mrs. Richard Balduzzi of 7089 Van Burcn Road and Fred I'fcifer of West Palm Beach, Fla., an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Leigh Pfcifer, to Edward Anthony Frc- dcttc, son of Mrs. Helen Frcdette of 515 Brattle Road. ABULENCIA-GREEN Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Green of West Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Groat of Camden announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Kelly Carole Green, to James Micheal Ahulcncia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ahnlcncia of North Syracuse. COLL1NS-TOWNSEND Mrs. Roseanna Townscnd of 465 Craigie St. announces the engage- ment of her daughter, Miss Valerie Townsend. to Tcrrcnco Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Collins of 513 Clarendon St. Miss Town- scnd is also the daughter of the late Mr. Valice Townsend. DAMIANO-MAHONEY Mrs. Barbara Mahoney of 223 Arlington Ave. and Thomas Ma- honey of Poland announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Mary Mahoney, to Gary J. Damiano, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dnmiano of Barnes Ave- nue. I.EONARD-SHIKO Dorothy Shiko of Baldwinsville announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Donna M. Shiko, to Edward D. Leonard, son of John Leonard of Canastota and Mrs. Be- verly English of Canr.cnovia. Miss Shiko is also Ihe daughter of the late Mr. John Shiko.   

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