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Hospital Admissions

Armstrong

Admitted:
Friday

Laura M. Alcorn, New Bethlehem
James E. Bruce Sr., Kittanning
Marsha S. Getty, Kittanning
Tammy E. Long, Kittanning
Dennis L. Piper Sr., Sagamore
Susan M. Yount, Kittanning

Saturday
Justin J. Miska, Kittanning
Arthur L. Pyle, Worthington
George T. Veronesi, Seminole
Joanne E. Warner, Kittanning

Sunday
Marsha A. Alcibiade, Ford City
Walter H. Barnhart, Kittanning
Jeffrey Cogley, Worthington
Jean M. Frerotte, Ford City
Stacey J. Henstra, Chicora
Edna M. Hunsberger, Kittanning
Donald R. Koffman Jr., Rural Valley
Fred B. Mechling, Kittanning
Evelyn J. Shoemaker, Leechburg

Discharged:
Friday

Walter J. Kaufman, East Brady
Angeline E. McCullough and baby boy, Rural Valley
Sophie J. Odre, Dayton
Grace L. Shirey, Kittanning

Saturday
Jennifer J. Beer and baby girl, Freeport
Dorothy E. Grafton, Kittanning
Danyelle Hiles and baby boy, New Bethlehem
Vera A. McMeans, Kittanning
Eileen E. Slagle, Kittanning

Sunday
Jean M. Frerotte, Ford City
Lisa M. Stephens and baby boy, Rural Valley

Brookville

Admitted:
Friday

Elizabeth McClintock, Summerville
Nancy Fike, Brookville
Jami Ellis and baby boy, Brookville

Sunday
Mary Murray, Brookville
Harry Davis, Brookville

Discharged:
Friday

Stacy Martinez and baby girl, Shippenville
Catherine Williams, Templeton
Mary Black, Brookville

Sunday
Lola Davis, Chicora


Births

Armstrong County Memorial Hospital

Oct. 18, 2002
A boy to Mr. and Mrs. James Stephens of 407 Main St., Rural Valley
Twin boys to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Yount of RD1 Box 165C, Kittanning

Oct. 20, 2002
A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Henstra, 604 E. Slippery Rock Road, Chicora

Elsewhere:

Oct. 18, 2002
A boy to Jami Ellis of Brookville at Brookville Hospital

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