Bridgeville couple announces birth of baby girl |

Bridgeville couple announces birth of baby girl


Robert Stein and Robyn Kerr of Bridge­ville celebrate the birth of a baby girl.

Kylie Jade Stein was born July 29 at St. Clair Memorial Hospital. Kylie is the granddaughter of Cynthia Kerr of Bridge­ville and Jeffrey Dumm of Carnegie, and Margie and the late Ronald Morris of Carnegie. Kylie joins stepsister Shana Lampp and stepbrothers Robbie, Chris and Corey Stein.

Happy 40th wedding anniversary to Denise (Frasinelli) and Len Kubiak of Scott Township, who celebrate Aug. 20. Denise and Len are the parents of three daughters, Cara (Dave) Gerster, Dana Kubiak and Staci (John) Foran. Their grandchildren are Katie, Kenny, Alyssa, Aaron, Luke and Scarlett.

Bobbi Everly of Scott Township will celebrate her birthday Aug. 21 with Steve Kebhish, son Justin and wife Jackie and grandson Parker.

Birthday greetings are sent to Jeff Hilty Jr., who celebrates Aug. 20. Jeff is the husband of Simone Shollito Hilty. They have two daughters, Sydney and Isa. Jeff is the son of Lizann (Kouche) and Jeffrey Hilty of Bridge­ville.

Happy seventh birthday to Trace Skeba, who celebrates Aug. 18 with family and friends. Trace is the son of Kim Maust and Pete Skeba and has two older brothers, Gaige and Myles.

Happy ninth wedding anniversary to Mary (Corba) and Eric Kizina, who celebrate Aug. 21. Mary and Eric are the parents of two daughters, Mackenzie and Chloe.

Mary Anne, Marie and Lenora wish a happy birthday to Lorraine Ganoe of Carnegie, who celebrates Aug. 16. Lorraine is the wife of Jim Ganoe.

Happy 17th birthday to Morgan Floyd of Carnegie, who celebrates Aug. 16. She is the daughter of Holly (Reiss) Floyd and granddaughter of Betty and Bob Reiss of Carnegie. Morgan has a younger brother, Jacob.

Linda and Bob Kelley of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate their 33rd wedding anniversary Aug. 15.

Happy 20th birthday to Jacob Kundra of Heidelberg, who celebrates Aug. 16. He is the son of Joan and Ken Kundra and grandson of Mary Ann and the late John “Ken” Kundra of Cubbage Hill, and Audrey and the late Ray Teyssier of Glendale.

Birthday wishes are sent to Randy Shaffer of Glendale, who celebrates Aug. 15 with his wife, Darlene.

Janet and Don Schock of Crafton celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Aug. 14. They are the parents of Sam, Julia and Greg.

Birthday greetings are sent to Sue May, who celebrates Aug. 15. Sue is the wife of Mark May and mother of Zach and Josh May.

Birthdays this week include Nathan Budai, Ava Davis, Gabrielle Berbach, Charma Chaussard, Donna Dahle Horton, Tara Shimatzki, Tom Pandolfo, Grace Corba, Kristin Kolczynski Melanie Novak, Richele Jackson, Steve Glancy and Ryan McGrogan.

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