Wedding anniversaries abound, as couples toast their nuptial bliss
Mary Jane (Masciantonio) and Andy Slegal of Carnegie will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday.
They are the parents of Calvin (Sarah) and Moirea. They also have two grandchildren, Anthony and Natalie Slegal.
•Happy 38th wedding anniversary to Gale and Dr. Charles Sakai of Crafton, who will celebrate Oct. 10.
Gale and Chuck are the parents of Scott (Chrissy) of Waynesburg, Lindsay (Sam) Alloway of Moon and Drew (Brandon) Enochs of Imperial.
Sakai has been a dentist in the Crafton area for many years.
Chuck and Gale have four grandchildren – Jonathan Sakai, Keegan and Logan Alloway and Charlie Jo Enochs.
•JoAnn (McDowell) and Bill Valentine of Carnegie will celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary on Oct. 11.
They are the parents of Eric, Jesse, Josh and Tyler (Stephanie). JoAnn and Bill also have two grandchildren, Nico and Santino.
•Vicky and Tony Feeney of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary on Oct. 8. They are the parents of Nicholas Jr., Melissa and Ernest.
•Happy 56th wedding anniversary to Audrey and Ray Teyssier of Glendale, who celebrate on Oct. 9.
Audrey and Ray are the parents of five children – Robin (Herb) Feige, Raymond, Renea (Michael) Holden, Joan (Ken) Kundra and the late Marie (Ron) Catrain.
Audrey and Ray also have 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
•Happy 95th birthday to Louise Homa, who celebrates on Oct. 11.
Louise is the wife of the late Harry H. Homa, who died in 1985. Louise and Harry had five children – Eloise (Don) Rhodes, the late “PJ” Homa, Carlotta (Gary) Linck, Christine (Joe) Zyra and Harry Homa.
Louise resides with her daughter and son-in law, Christine and Joe Zyra in Scott Township. She has 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Louise was the organist at Ss. Simon and Jude Catholic Church for 45 years.
•Belated 59th birthday wishes are sent to Chris Keisling of Carnegie, who celebrated on Sept. 28 with family and friends.
• Dallas (Trombetta) and Jon Milliner will celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary on Oct. 7. They are the parents of two children, Austin and Eva.
• Happy ninth birthday to Morgan Schall of Carnegie, who celebrates on Oct. 10 with a family party. She is the daughter of Jennifer and Tim Schall and is little sister to McKenzie and Madison.
•Happy 25th wedding anniversary to Nadine and Bert Popovich of Rosslyn Heights, who will celebrate Oct. 10.
Nadine also celebrates her birthday on Sunday.
They are the parents of two daughters, Kristen and Carlie.
•Sandy and Mike Lantz of Carnegie will celebrate their 31st anniversary on Oct. 10.
They are the proud parents of Matt (Jennifer), Breanna (Edward) Lum and Kyle.
•Happy birthday to Boyd Houy, who celebrates on Oct. 10.
Boyd is the husband of Traci and father of William (Nichole) Houy and Tyler Houy.
He is the son of Butch and Patty Houy and has one granddaughter, Evelyn Claire Houy.
•Angie (Falleroni) Zenone will celebrate her birthday on Oct. 9 with her husband, Carl, and loving daughter, Izabella.
•Lenny Turnbull of Collier Township will celebrate the big 5-0 on Oct. 10. Lenny is the wife of Mark Turnbull, and they have two daughters, Danielle Gromek and Jessie Turnbull. They also have two grandchildren, Austin and Travis Gromek.
•Jackie (Cantley) and Rich Hertzler of Collier Township will celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary on Oct. 11. They are the parents of Hope Mae, Elizabeth Rae and Jackson James.
•Pamela Rodriguez of Crafton will celebrate another wonderful year on Oct. 9 with her husband, Everett, and children Kate, Abigail, Seve and Erica.
•Birthdays include Bobby Steffl, James Hasara, Cindy White-Sutton, Katie Zinski, Anne Castello, Amber McCreary, Dan Nardozzi, Pam Whitaker, Jeanine Pipakis, Andy Kastle and Howard Kastle Jr.
Seve Rodriguez has a request of classmate Lindsey Lawrence.
He would be honored if she would be his date for Carlynton's homecoming next week.
Seve, of Crafton, is captain of the football team.
Lindsey, of Carnegie, is captain of the Cougarettes plus a team leader for the cheerleaders.
Cindy Babish-Schultz is a Trib Total Media columnist. She can be reached at 412-249-6346 or email@example.com.
•Louisa (Oliver) Klapach of Rosslyn Heights celebrates her 81st birthday on Oct. 11.
Louisa has three daughters – Linda Schoen, JoMarie Klapach and Cheryl DeRiso. She also has eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, Zoey and Landon.
Daughter JoMarie Klapach will celebrate her birthday on Oct. 24, and her grandson, Tony Deriso will celebrate his on Oct. 19.
•Gretchen and Ken Wilson of Carnegie will celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary on Oct. 11. Ken also will celebrate his birthday on Oct. 26.
Gretchen and Ken are the parents of Kayla and Eddie. Ken is the son of Jeanine and Denzil Wilson of Carnegie.
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