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Carnegie couple celebrates birth of first child

| Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, 2:33 a.m.

Melissa and Matt Leary of Carnegie welcomed their first child home. Daniel David Leary was born Sept. 21, weighing 5 pounds, 15 ounces and measuring 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Cindy and the late David Pierce of Carnegie and great-grandmother is Audrey Pierce of Carnegie. Matt is the son of Robin and David Leary of Beaver.

• Happy 46th wedding anniversary to Cindy (Martin) and Gary Marshall of Collier, who celebrated Nov. 27. Cindy and Gary are the parents of four daughters, Stacy (Matt) Henderson, Courtney (Jack) Santo, Lindsey (Matt) George and Nancy (Sean). They are also grandparents of nine grandchildren: Olivia, Ally, Cameron, Julia, Lenna, Owen, Brinley, Dylan and Avery.

• Bob and Kathleen Oberst, parents of Brian Bunecicky, would like to announce that his son, Asher Thomas, was born on Sept. 14, 2017, in Beaufort, S.C. Asher Thomas weighed in at 6 pounds, 4 ounces. Brian Bunecicky, 28, died Aug. 23, 2017, in Beaufort, S.C. He was a lifelong resident of Scott Township and Collier Township.

• Birthdays this week include Taylor Breen, Richard Lay, Samantha Nardozzi, Andrew Wolbert, Daniella Maloney, Cristy Crawshaw, Marc Loniero, Fred Carini, Dennis Cavanaugh, Chuck Ferrari and Kristie Wilkeson Biernacki.

• Happy birthday to Patrick Schade, who celebrates Dec. 2. Patrick is the son of Mary Ann and Andy Schade of Carnegie and dad to Brianna Lynn.

• Barbara McCreary, who resides at Country Meadows in South Fayette, celebrates her 84th birthday Nov. 30. She is mom to Don (Joanne) McCreary, Kathy (Ron) McCartney and Pam McCreary. Barbara is also grandma to five, Shawn Flynn, Adam Fowkes, Michelle (Matt) Ball, Amber and Ben McCreary. She also has one great-grandson, Mason McCartney Ball.

• Daryl “St. Daryl” Golinski will turn 53 on Dec. 2. Daryl is a fourth-degree knight with the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Knights of Columbus No. 11143 and also Past Exalted Ruler with the Carnegie Elks Lodge No. 831.

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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