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Carnegie couple celebrates first year of marriage

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Jamie (Curtin) and Bobby Brown of Carnegie celebrated their first anniversary Sept. 29. Jamie is the daughter of Vince and Terri Curtin of Carnegie and Bobby is the son of Kim and Dave Brown of Rennerdale.

Gerry McGrogan of Carnegie celebrates another year Oct. 12. Gerry is the husband of Denise and they have two children, Kristy (Jason) Goldie and Ryan (Heather) and two grandchildren.

Kathy (McKinsey) and Jim Bennett of Carnegie will celebrate 52 years Oct. 14. Kathy and Jim are the parents of Jill Mangum and Jennifer (Dave) Filipek and the grandparents of Abby Filipek, and Mackenzie and Max Mangum.

Angie Falleroni-Zenone celebrates another year Oct. 9. She is the wife of Carl and mother to Izabella, who attends Mercyhurst University.

Janet and Jim Kaucic of Sygan will celebrate 42 years Oct. 8. They are the parents of Jim Jr.

Birthday wishes are sent to Crystal Lawrence Davis of Collier Township, who celebrates Oct. 12 with her husband and three children.

Jackie (Cantley) and Rich Hertzler of Collier Township will celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary Oct. 11. They are the parents of Hope Mae, Libby, Jackson and Andrew.

Dylan Sunderland will celebrate 14 years Oct. 16. Dylan is an eighth-grade student at Carlynton Junior Senior High School and is the son of Lisa and Rob Sunderland and big brother to Riley.

Get well wishes are sent to Elijah Babish, who underwent surgery from a football injury recently.

JoAnn (McDowell) and Bill Valentine of Carnegie will celebrate their 39th wedding anniversary Oct. 11. They are the parents of Eric (Tara), Jesse (Kayla), Josh (Jenna) and Tyler (Stephanie). JoAnn and Bill have nine grandchildren, Nico, Santino, Ella, Leonidas, Beckham, Tobias, Cole, Luciano and Mila.

Happy birthday to Emmett Freshwater of Carnegie, who celebrates Oct. 12 with his wife Paula, family and friends.

Lynn and Mike McGuire of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate 33 years Oct. 11.

Happy birthday to Fred Nelson of East Carnegie, who celebrates Oct. 7, from wife Tammy.

Belated birthday wishes are sent to Bill Driscoll who celebrated Sept. 21. He is the father of Bill (Nicole) and Nick Driscoll and Pappy of Connar and Claire.

Lori (Mitkoski) and Don Kralley of Chartiers Terrace will celebrate 19 years Oct. 14.

Birthdays this week include Jeanine Pipakis and Sarah Pipakis, Kelly Boyle, Donna Weaver, Brian Angney, Cindy White Sutton, James Hasara, Fred Valentino, Janel Eonta, Danielle Verri, Cathy Warner, Lenny Turnbull, Francine Herleman, and Will Driscoll.

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