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Birthdays, anniversaries celebrated across Bridgeville, Carnegie areas

| Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, 11:10 p.m.

Beverly and Joseph Magliocca will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Nov. 28. They are the parents of Dawn (John) Pawloski, Joe Jr. (Mary), Anita (David) Torchia, Michael (Diane), the late Diana Magliocca, Steven, and Lynette (Joseph) Trecki. Joe and Beverly also have 14 grandchildren.

• Happy 55th birthday to Linda Mokwa of Bridgeville, who celebrated Nov. 21 with family and friends at Golden Corral for a luncheon.

• Maria and Ken Lockhart of Carnegie will celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary Nov. 28. They are the parents of Amy Lockhart, Rosanne BeHage and Melissa Lockhart. Maria and Ken also have three grandchildren, Alyssa Poole, Elizabeth BeHage and Nathan BeHage.

• Happy birthday to Donna (Fisher) Hatcher of Carnegie, who celebrates Nov. 27 with her husband, Ron, family and friends. Donna and Ron are the parents of Amy and James (Courtney). Donna and Ron also have one beautiful granddaughter, Camille Rose.

• Birthday wishes are sent to Robbie (Garner) Masco of Carnegie, who celebrates Nov. 24. Robbie is the wife of Al Masco, mom to Christy (Nick) Marzec and “MeeMaw” of Hannah, who is 21, and A.J., who is 12.

• Happy birthday to Scott Scheib of Bridgeville, who will celebrate Nov. 24 with his fiancée, Gina, and daughter Tori, stepson Phil and granddaughter Evelyn.

• Lorraine Henderson of Scott will celebrate another year Nov. 30. She is the wife of George Henderson, and together they have six children, a niece and nephew they raised, and 10 grandchildren.

• Happy 21st birthday to Haley Doherty of Crafton, who celebrates Nov. 28. Haley is the daughter of Vicki (Fisher) and Jack Doherty and has a brother, Zachary. She is a junior at IUP majoring in criminology.

• Happy birthday to the Kelly twins formerly of Glendale, who celebrate Nov. 30. Bridget (Mark) Kelly of Bridgeville is the mother of Justin Sutton. Barbara (Mark) Lindsay of Scott is the mother of Dylan and Connor. Bridget and Barbara are the daughters of the late Mid (Yurchak) and the late Charles Kelly.

• Happy 15th birthday to Zack Holderbaum of Carnegie, who celebrates Nov. 26. Zack is the son of Carrie and Dennis Holderbaum and is brother to David, Brady and Bryan. Zack's uncle, Tom Wilson celebrates his birthday Nov. 30 with Kathy and son Bryce.

• Birthdays this week include Kebbie Staley, Craig Sonson, Jamie Sarvas, Justin Sutton, Corey Reed, Jessica Piontek, Jack Tindel, Dave Kiszer, Heather Dempster, Boston Woomer and Paisley Kessler.

Cindy Babish-Schultz is a contributing writer for the Tribune-Review. Reach her at 412-249-6346 or cbabish@aol.com.

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