The Rev. Edward Ondrako heard the wedding vows of Miss Jean-Marie Ward and John Edward Bowhall Friday in Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University.
The bride is the daughter of Charles Ward and Mrs. Dolores Blanch of Syracuse. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bowhall of Syracuse.
Mrs. Mary Ward Jensen was matron of honor-
Richard Bowhall was best man.
After a reception in Giovanni’s Ristorante, the couple plans to vacation in Toronto.
The couple graduated from T. J. Corcoran High School.
The bride attended Onondaga Community College and is a graduate of Mater Dei College. She is employed by Eye Consultants of Syracuse.
The bridegroom is employed by the United States Post Office.
As reported Sunday, October 18, 1987, page AA9, column 3 in Syracuse Herald-American, Syracuse, New York.
St. Mary’s Church, Minoa, was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Marcia A. Dahlin and William G. Bowhall. Officiating was the Rev. Meldon McAuley.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dahlin of East Syracuse. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bowhail of 182 Merritt Ave.
Marybeth Dahlin and Meg O’Connor, twin sister of the bride, were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Karen Gardner, sister of the bridegroom, and Melissa Holmes. Brianna Probst was junior bridesmaid. Venessa Heppeler and Jordairi Probst were flower girls.
Best man was Larry Bowhall. Patrick Tooley, Stan Carpenter and MichaelDahlin ushered. Ring bearers were Bradley Heppeler and Ryan Bowhall.
The couple plans to depart on a Caribbean cruise, following a reception in Barbagailo’s.
The bride, a graduate of East Syracuse-Minoa High School, is employed by Mutual of New York.
The bridegroom, a graduate of Corcoran High School, is employed by Frito-Lay.
As reported Sunday, October 14, 1984, page L-9, column 4 in Syracuse Herald-American, Syracuse, New York.
Mrs. Cecile Richer and James Brennan married March 8th
Mrs. Cecile Brunet Richer , Stetson Road, and James Brennan of Lake Simond Road were married here Saturday evening, March 8.
Monsignor Edmund H. Dumas, pastor, officiated at the nuprial Mass at 6:30 p.m. at St. Alphonsus Church. The couple was attended by the son and daughter-in-law of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Herve Richer of Elizabethtown.
Mr. and Mrs. Brennan left Sunday to spend a week vacationing in Florida.
As reported Wednesday, March 12, 1980, page 7, column 1 in Tupper Lake Free Press and Tupper Lake Herald, Tupper Lake, New York.
Sister attends bride
Miss Karen Bowhall and James Gardner exchanged vows Saturday.
Couple was married in Our Lady of Lourdes Church before the Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Costello.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bowhall of 182 Merritt Ave.
Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Rienhardt of Tully are parents of the bridegroom.
Sister of bride, Mrs. Kathy Carruthers, was matron of honor. Miss Kim MacRae was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Sherri Bowhall, Mrs. Regina Howard and Miss Missy Rienhardt, sisters of bridegroom, and Mrs. Teresa Adhern.
John Martin Jr. was best man. Ushers were Bill Bowhall and Larry Bowhall, brothers of bride; Jim Flint Bob Cooper and Mike Lamson.
Sister of bridegroom, Tammy Rienhardt, was flower girl, and Robbie Bowhall, the bride’s brother, was ring bearer.
The couple left for Vermont after a reception in Raphael’s Restaurant.
The bride graduated from Corcoran High School and is employed by Nationwide Insurance Co.
An alumnus of Tully High School, her husband is employed by Rienhardt’s Greenhouse and is part owner of Little Flower Shop.
As reported Saturday, March 27, 1977, page 27, column 3 in Syracuse Herald-American, Syracuse, New York.