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Collier couple to celebrate 55th anniversary

| Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 2:12 p.m.

Karen and Judd Liebendorfer of Collier will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary May 8. Karen and Judd are the parents of one daughter, Kristin (David) DiLeo and have one granddaughter, Sienna.

• Sharon (Stewart) and Walter Wojciechowski of Carnegie will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary May 4. They are the parents of one daughter and also have four grandchildren and have lived in Carnegie for 43 years. Sharon and Walter are members of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Carnegie and will celebrate with a family party.

•e_SnnbHappy birthday to Jack Cantwell of Carnegie, who will celebrate May 9 with his wife, Susan, and son, John Patrick “J.P.”

•e_SnnbRose Ann McConville celebrated her birthday May 1, and her husband, Rich, celebrates May 6. Rose Ann and Rich are the parents of one son, Kevin, and have one granddaughter, Lilly Ann.

•e_SnnbHappy 28th wedding anniversary to Maria (Schepis) and Tim Nadik of Collier, who celebrate May 5. They are the parents of Tim, Domenique and Brent.

•e_SnnbState Rep. Anita Astorino Kulik, who was born and raised in Carnegie, will celebrate her birthday May 4. Anita is the husband of Joe and daughter of the late Sam Astorino and Isabella Astorino. Anita and Joe's children are Dr. Sarah (Dr. Josh) Wrona and Joseph (Amanda) Kulik, and they have one granddaughter, Kennedy Rose Wrona.

•e_SnnbHappy birthday to Crystal Comley Mongelli of Scott, who celebrates May 4. Crystal is the wife of Rob, daughter of Cheryl Hillen of Collier and Jay Hillen, and mom to Karlee Kovacs. Her maternal grandparents are Jewel Keisling and the late Chris Keisling of Collier.

•e_SnnbDave and Barb Steinberger of Steinberger Flooring in Heidelberg will celebrate their 34th anniversary May 6. They are the parents of Amanda and Adam (Kim).

•e_SnnbHappy birthday wishes to sisters Paige and Bryce Bogats, who both celebrate May 9. They are the daughters of Tammy and Andy Bogats of Crafton and siblings to Troy, Cameron and Hannah.

•e_SnnbHappy 55th wedding anniversary to Bonnie and Gordon Taylor of Carnegie, who will celebrate May 8. They are the parents of Rich, Bryan, Brenda (Steve) Temoff and Wanda (Bruce) Reynolds. Bonnie and Gordon also have seven grandchildren, Derek, Brittany, Tonya, Logan, Zachary, Malia and the late Connor.

•e_SnnbBirthdays this week include Garrett Lieder, Brooke Mangis Quertinmont, Francis Mollica, Cindy Bodnar Winslow, Darlene Hatcher, Ileen Falleroni, Mindy Rennie McCartney, Bonnie Harrist, Donna Turnbull, John Oliver, Vinnie Ferro, Neil Bowman and Cathy Hickling.

Cindy Babish-Schultz is a contributing writer for the Tribune-Review. Submit birthdays, anniversaries and other special announcements to her at 412-249-6346 or

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