Birthdays, anniversaries shared |

Birthdays, anniversaries shared

Liz and Tim Krasousky of Carnegie will celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary on May 9. They are the parents of Katie (Cameron) Clegg, Michael (Michele) and Beckie (Joey). Liz and Tim have nine grandchildren Ryan, Aydan, Alyssa, Jordan, Wyatt, Collin, Gavyn, Shayne and Josie.

Birthday wishes to sisters Paige Bevan, 25, and Bryce Bogats, 18, who both celebrate on May 9. Paige and Bryce are the daughters of Andy and Tammy Bogats of Crafton.

Happy anniversary to Gail (Sinciline) and John McGuire of Collier, who will celebrate 39 years on May 10. They are the parents of two daughters, Jill (Ken) Fanuele of the North Hills and Jennifer of Collier. Gail and John have one grandson, Brady.

Sending out a special hello to Paul at Applelicious at 415 W. Main St. in Carnegie. Stop by to see their many delicious offerings and support this local business. Paul is appreciated for all of his donations to the community.

Katie (Leschak) and Josh Nordeen of Carnegie will celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary on May 12. They are the parents of two daughters, Hanalee and Amelia.

Happy 61st wedding anniversary to former Cloverleaf Estates West residents Lorraine and George Henderson who celebrate on May 10. Lorraine and George are blessed with six children, Luann Henderson of South Fayette; Donald (Kathy) Henderson of Carnegie; Steven (Gretchen) of Maine; Randy (Shari) Henderson of Carnegie; Kevin (Michelle) Henderson of South Fayette; and Victoria (Thomas) Randolph of North Carolina. A special part of their family are a niece and nephew, Debbie and David Dunn. They are also very proud of their 10 grandchildren, who range in age from 7 to 30. They now reside at Vanadium Woods in Bridgeville.

Colleen and Rich Head of Carnegie will celebrate their 36th wedding anniversary on May 14. They are the proud parents of David (Jillian), Kim and Jamie and welcomed their first grandchild, Lillian Rien. Also, happy birthday to Colleen, who celebrates on May 20.

Mike Holden of Carnegie celebrates his birthday on May 11 with his wife, Renea, and kids, Katie (Max) Schaffer, Molly (Paul) McCurdy and Tom. Mike and Renea also have three grandchildren, Emma and Gus Schaffer and Paislee McCurdy.

Happy 10th birthday to Kennedy Kuntz who celebrates on May 10 with her family. She is the daughter of Hillary (Mangis) and Eric Kuntz of Collier. Her grandparents are Barbara Mangis of Carnegie and Molly and Bob Kuntz of Collier. Kennedy has a younger brother, Brady.

Birthdays this week include, John Oliver, Neil Bowman, Cathy Hickling, Bob Kinzler, Kayla Dodd, Missy Wissel, Andrew Smith, Jennifer Filipek, Kelly Curran, Joe Salerno, Justin Giles, Janet Park, Suzanne Kane, Ellen Hultz and Sharon McGrath.

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