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Birthdays, anniversaries celebrated by family, friends

Jewel Keisling of Collier celebrated her 91st birthday on July 4. She is mom to Cheryl Hillen and Chris Keisling. Grandchildren include Crystal Mongelli, Holly Cochran, the late Jesse Hillen and Casey Keisling. Great-grandchildren are Karlee Kovacs and Cole Cochran. Jewel celebrated her birthday at home with her family.

Happy 44th wedding anniversary to Kathy (McCreary) and Ron McCartney of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrate on July 19. They are the parents of one daughter, Michelle (Matthew) Ball and they have one grandson, Mason McCartney Ball.

Patricia (Cylc) Sherba of Heidelberg celebrates her birthday July 23. Pat and her late husband of 60 years, Walter, are the parents of four daughters, Marianne (Squire) Downey of Collier, Terri (Tom) Galante of Mt. Lebanon, Joani Flanagan of South Fayette and the late Jennifer (Craig) Dunn of Collier. Pat and Walter also have seven grandchildren.

Happy birthday to son and mother Timmy Mancini, who celebrates his 30th on July 22, and Linda Mancini, who celebrates her birthday on July 31. They are both residents of Collier.

Carole (Woods) and Harry Lynch of Carnegie will celebrate their 54th wedding anniversary on July 24. Carole and Harry are the parents of three children, Candace (Gerry) Lieder, Courtney (Bob) Crawford and Curt (Kelli) Lynch, and have seven grandchildren, Gavin and Garrett Lieder, Corinne, Camryn and Charlize Crawford, and Cole and Cayleigh Lynch.

Happy birthday to Paul McIver of Collier, who celebrates on July 23 with his wife, Sue, and family.

Katie (McMullen) and Andrew Smith of Crafton will celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary on July 23. They are the parents of two sons, Tucker and Grayson.

Birthday wishes are sent to dad and daughter Tony and Melina Williams of Collier, who both celebrate this month. Tony celebrates on July 20 and Melina will celebrate her birthday on July 26. Tony is the loving husband of Mary Beth (Raco), and they also have a son, Carmen. Melina is mom to Alessia Irene.

Happy birthday to Carrie Wilson Holderbaum of Carnegie, who celebrates July 23 with her hubby, Denny, and four sons.

Happy 21st birthday to Britnee Smith, who celebrates on July 22, and to her sister, Carlee Smith, who will be 17 on July 26. They are the daughters of Beth Smith.

Ron Hatcher of Carnegie will celebrate his birthday on July 18 with his wife, Donna, family and friends.

Happy 13th birthday to Ryan Cameron Clegg, who will celebrate on July 23. He is the son of Katie (Krasousky) and Cameron Clegg. His grandparents are Liz and Tim Krasousky, and great-grandparents are Shirley and the late Ed Krasousky of Rosslyn Heights. He is big brother to Aydan, Wyatt, Collyn, Gavyn and Shayne.

Birthdays this week include Leo Mitkoski, Charlie Huerbin, Joan Kundra, Debbie Yankowski, Isabel Ford, Cece Stocki, Linda Alisesky, Vicky Feeney, Alisha Presutti, Miranda Broniak, Joe Yurchak, Linda Driscoll, Barb Steinberger, Shirley Lazor, Logan Crewl, Joe Kubiak, Diane Durst, Jovanna DiFiore and Becky Petronsky.


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