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South Fayette grandparents celebrate birth of grandchild

| Friday, May 18, 2018, 11:00 p.m.

Jenna (Butts) and J.R. Cornell are receiving congratulations on the birth of their first child. Jett Jonathon Cornell was born May 4, weighing 9 pounds 9 ounces, and was 21.5 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Jeanine and Bob Butts of South Fayette and paternal grandparents are Robin Anderson and Raymond Cornell. Paternal great-grandmother is Virginia Kearns of Heidelberg.

• Phyllis and the Rev. John Yohe of Scott celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary May 13. The Rev. Yohe has officiated at many area weddings during the last 50-plus years. Phyllis and John are the parents of three children, Debbie (Jack) Yankowski, Peter (Colleen) Yohe and Amy (Rich) Kosanovic, and also have seven grandchildren, Jenna, Tom, Peter, Matthew, Theresa, Treston and Auston.

• Happy 1st birthday to Alessia Irene Henderson, who celebrated May 9. She is the daughter of Melina Williams and John Henderson and granddaughter of Mary Beth and Tony Williams of Collier.

• Happy birthday to Dallas (Trombetta) Milliner of Carnegie, who celebrates May 31 with her kids, Austin and Eve, family and friends.

• Wendie and Dan LaGamba of Scott will celebrate 15 years of marriage May 31. They have three children, Mallorie, Adaleena and Tyler.

• Happy 9th birthday to Zoey Harrist, who celebrates May 31. Zoey is the daughter of Mindy and Dan Harrist of Carnegie and granddaughter of Bonnie Harrist.

• Charlie Ross LeRoy celebrates his 5th birthday May 31. He is the son of Aaron and Heidi LeRoy of Mt. Lebanon, grandson of Deborah Simmons of Bethel Park and Keith LeRoy of Scott, and great-grandson of Virginia LeRoy, also of Scott.

• Linda Dechek Hartman of Fort Pitt will be celebrating her birthday May 26. Linda has been a lifelong resident of Collier. She is a former Bethel Park School District art and gym teacher.

• Carol and Jim Nightengale of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate their 42nd wedding anniversary May 28. They are the parents of Neil (Meghan) and Joyce and have two grandchildren, Haley and Dillon.

• Happy birthday to Lenny Iorio, who celebrates May 25 with his wife, Dawn, daughter, Alaina, son, Tony, family and friends. Lenny is the son of Cathy and Len Iorio of Scott.

• Happy birthday to Brian K. Cummings of Collier, who celebrates May 24. Brian is the loving husband of Karen (Hughes) Cummings and son of Marianne and Terry Cummings of Fort Pitt. Brian and Karen are the parents of Brian and Jenna.

• Birthdays this week include Dottie Wagner, Luella Brazier, Doug Pierce, Jim Bragano, Mike Sherba, P.J. Veri, Candace Lynch Lieder, Mark Bassano, Brad Wisniewski, Jillian Lukac, Debbie Schuck, Anne Wightman, Joni Sherba-Flanagan, Lizann Kouche Hilty and Amy Schneiderlochner.

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

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