Carnegie couple celebrates 54 years of marriage |

Carnegie couple celebrates 54 years of marriage

Franca and Saro Mollica of Carnegie celebrated 54 years of marriage Sept. 12.

Congratulations to Franca and Saro Mollica of Carnegie, who celebrated 54 years of marriage Sept. 12. Franca and Saro immigrated to the U.S. in 1968 from Portigliola, Italy. They are the parents of Sal and Giovanna Maloney and have two granddaughters, Daniella and Stephanie Maloney.

Bill and June Varley celebrated 60 years Sept. 5. They have lived in Scott Township for 54 years. They are parents of Carol (Mike) Barbour, Maureen (Dave) Dolan, Bill (Lisa), Erin (Tom) King, and Kevin (Jill) Varley. They have 10 grandchildren.

Happy birthday to Donna Gielarowski of Carnegie, who celebrates Sept. 19 with her husband Bob and two children, Jamie (Mark) Hermann and Rob. Donna and Bob have three grandchildren.

Charlene and Joe Frank DeMar celebrate 55 years Sept. 19. Charlene and Joe are the parents of Beth Ann (Randy) Huddart of Carnegie and Joe (Linda) DeMar. They have four granddaughters, Amanda, Taylor, Rachel and Rebecca.

Vicky Annesi Revay of South Fayette will celebrate her birthday Sept. 19. She is the wife of David Revay and mom to David Jr., Rebecca and Travis. Vicky is well known in the Scott/Carnegie area, where she has been a waitress at the Gab ‘n Eat for years.

Happy 49 years of marriage to Jeannine (Kleysteuber) and Denzil Wilson of Rosslyn Heights who celebrate Sept. 19. They are the parents of Ken, Cynthia (Chad) Daugherty, Tom (Kathy) and Carrie (Denny) Holderbaum. They have seven grandchildren, Kayla, Eddie, Bryce, David, Zack, Brady and Bryan.

Susan Cantwell, wife of Jack Cantwell, will celebrate another year Sept. 20. Her son John Patrick “J.P.” celebrates 20 years Sept. 25. J.P. is a sophomore at Duquesne University.

The Yuska family in Carnegie marks several birthdays this month. Melanie celebrates Sept. 10, daughter Regina Shaffer celebrates Sept. 12 and Greg Yuska celebrates Sept. 19.

Dave and Cathy Schwartzmiller of Heidelberg celebrate 33 years Sept. 18.

Matt Helbig of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate 41 years on Sept. 19. Matt is the husband of Jennifer and they have four children, Zavier, Gavin, Joey and Nevaeh.

Katie (Krasousky) and Cameron Clegg will celebrate 14 years of marriage Sept. 24. They are parents of six boys, Ryan, Aydan, Wyatt, Collyn, Gavyn and Shayne.

Birthdays this week include Ginny Thornburg, Courtney Marshall Santo, Jamie Bourg, Alicia LeRoy, Eric Lynch, Kathryn Butts, Morgan Salerno, John Spotti, Myles Leach, Gary Ludin, Joey Hilty, Roberta McIntyre, Marian Burnett and Kim Turnbull-Close.

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