Birthday greetings extended to several local residents
By Cindy Babish-schultz
Published: Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, 11:48 a.m.
Happy 83rd birthday to Harry Smith of Carnegie, who celebrates on Sept. 19 with his wife Pat (Gordon) Smith. Harry and Pat have eight children – Ed (Sharon), Bill, Bob (Deb), Mike (Flo), Dan (Debbie), Kelly (RJ) Rohbeck, Lori (Dave) Dedola and Rick (Reneé). They have 25 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Harry was the police chief in Carnegie for many years.
• Happy 34th birthday to Matt Helbig of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrates on Sept. 19 with a party of family and friends. Matt is the husband of Jennifer and they have three sons – Zavier, Gavin and Joey. Matt and Jennifer are awaiting the birth of their daughter this month.
• Happy third birthday to Hope Mae Hertzler of Collier Township, who celebrates on Sept. 16. Hope Mae is the daughter of Jaclyn and Richard Hertzler and has a big sister, Elizabeth (Libby) Rae. Her grandparents include Barbara and Rick Cantley, Joan Cantley, Don Cantley, Shirley and Rick Hertzler and William Hertzler.
• Diana (Latella) Uzar wishes her husband Joe a Happy 23rd anniversary on Sept. 16. They are the parents of three children – Joe Jr., 18, Sarah, 16, and Matthew, 14.
• Get well wishes and speedy recovery wishes are sent to Molly Marie Czaikowski of Carnegie, who is a patient at the Children's Institute of Pittsburgh for the next two weeks. She is the daughter of Renee (Teyssier) and Mike Holden and is a junior at Carlynton High School.
• Happy sixth wedding anniversary to Joyce (Bogats) and Michael Sarsfield of Carnegie, who will celebrate on Sept. 16. Joyce is mother to Amanda (Brian) Bennett, Katie and Brian. Joyce and Mike are awaiting the birth of their first granddaughter this month.
• Birthday wishes are sent to Gary Egri of Rennerdale, who celebrates his 70th on Sept. 18 with his wife, Diane. Gary and Diane have been residents of Rennerdale for the past 37 years.
• Vicky Annesi Revay of South Fayette will celebrate her special day on Sept. 19. She is the wife of David Revay and mother to David Jr., Rebecca and Travis. Vicky has been a waitress at the Gab ‘n Eat in Scott for years.
• Colleen and Gerry Skvarca of Collier Township celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary on Sept. 18. They are the proud parents of two children, Erin and Rob. Gerry has been the owner/operator of Carnegie Radiator for many years.
• Carole Lynch currently is at Manor Care in Green Tree furthering her rehabilitation. Cards are welcome.
• Colleen Geis celebrates another year on Sept. 16 with her husband, Charlie, family and grandson, Robert. Colleen works at The Medicine Shoppe in Carnegie.
• Happy 42nd wedding anniversary to Jeannine (Kleysteuber) and Denzil Wilson of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrate on Sept. 19. They are the parents of Ken (Gretchen) Wilson, Cynthia (Chad) Daugherty, Tom (Kathy) Wilson and Carrie (Denny) Holderbaum. They also have seven grandchildren, Kayla, Eddie, Bryce, David, Zack, Brady and Bryan.
• Happy 45th wedding anniversary to Maureen and Tom Butts of Rosslyn Heights who celebrate on Sept. 16. They are the parents of Kelly Horak, Kristin (Jon) Gabster and Tom (Kathryn) Butts. Maureen and Tom also have six grandchildren, Sydnie Horak, Sean, Rylee and Tyler Gabster and Tommy and Kaylie Butts.
• Ryder Christian Cummings of Carnegie celebrates his third birthday on Sept. 18. He is the son of Dawn (Carlini) and Ken Cummings. Ryder is the grandson of Pam and Don Carlini of Valencia and Marianne and Terry Cummings of Fort Pitt.
• Happy anniversary to Peg and Neil Bowman of Carnegie, who celebrate on Sept. 16. Peg is the tax collector for Carnegie Borough.
• Birthdays this week include Darlene (Moehring) Kightlinger Ben McCreary, Stevvaie Brown, Andy Veri, Sade Moehring, Elise Sudiak, Frank Capo, Danielle Restich, Kristin (Steiner) Lewis, Marlene Urso, Jamie McIntosh, Ali Hatcher, Cari Dombrowski, Tom Kurzawski, Alicia LeRoy, Eric Lynch, John Kandracs, Susan Cantwell, Darlene Bogats, Ginny Thornburg, Sarah Baessler, Donna Gielarowski, Tammy Wiens-Sorge, MaKayla Sutter, Marie Spratt and Marlene Deligatti.
• Happy birthday to Amy Hartman Zimmer of Rennerdale, who celebrates on Sept. 17 with her husband, Bob “Zim” Zimmer. Amy and Zim have two children, Madison and Tristen. She is the daughter of Kathy and the late James Hartman of Collier Township.
Cindy Babish-Schultz is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-249-6346 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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