Carnegie couple marks 40 years of marriage |

Carnegie couple marks 40 years of marriage


Cathy and Paul Adamski of Carnegie celebrated 40 years of marriage Sept. 8. They are the parents of Jason and Michael and have three granddaughters, Bella, Alicia and Alexa. Paul also celebrated his birthday.

Happy birthday to Craig Wood of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrates Sept. 18 with his wife Connie.

Pat and Ed Stevens of Collier Township celebrate 61 years of marriage Sept. 13. They are the parents of Diana Guadagnino, Jim (Jill) Stevens, Colleen (Chris) Mutschler and the late Eddie, who passed away in 1994. Pat and Ed have five grandchildren, Carlo Guadagnino, Sarah and Matthew Stevens, and Kelliann and Connor Mutschler.

Ryder Christian Cummings celebrates 10 years Sept. 18. Ryder is the son of Dawn (Carlini) and Ken Cummings of Carnegie. Ryder is the grandson of Pam and Don Carlini of Valencia and Marianne and Terry Cummings of Fort Pitt. Ryan is a fourth-grader at Carnegie Elementary School.

Lindsay and Matthew Grimes of Rennerdale will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary Sept. 13.

Happy birthday to Christine Zyra of Scott Township, who celebrates Sept. 16. She is the wife of Joe Zyra and they have two daughters, Lindsay (Brian) Frank and Allison (Shaun) Darragh, and three grandchildren, Logan, Brady and Lillian with one on the way.

Diana (Latella) Uzar wishes her husband Joe a happy 30th anniversary Sept. 16. They are the parents of Joe Jr., Sarah and Matthew.

Colleen and Gerry Skvarca of Collier Township celebrate 36 years Sept. 18. They are the parents of Erin (Barrett) Hamilton and Rob, and have two grandchildren, Sophie and Harlan. Gerry has been the co-owner/operator of Carnegie Radiator for many years.

Mila Ann Bogdon will celebrate her eighth birthday Sept. 17. Mila is the daughter of Ashley (Heidenreich) and Brandon Bogdon of Collier Township. Mila has two brothers, Ashton and Blake.

Karen and Donald Cupp of Rennerdale celebrated their 51st anniversary Sept. 7. Karen and Don have two children, Kimberly (Kelly) Fritchman and Stephen (Renee) Cupp. They have four grandchildren, Jordan and Sydney Fritchman, and Lenora Emanuelson and Paul Cupp.

Happy wedding anniversary to Angie (Falleroni) and Carl Zenone of Carnegie, who celebrate 23 years Sept. 14. They are the parents of daughter Izabella.

Nancy (Nixon) and Walt Wisniewski of Carnegie celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary Sept. 12. Nancy and Walt are the parents of Ashley (Frank) Bailey and Brad, and have three grandchildren, Kenzie, Teagan and Skyler Bailey.

Birthdays this week include Adam Brown, Tammy Herlithy, Mona Salmen, Ann Harder, Bob Brannan, Eric Kuntz, Pam McCready, Chuck Schultz, Pete Schepis, Mickey Glowark, De Summers, Elise Sudiak, Sade Smith, Robyn Kormick, Greg Pealer, Marlene Urso, Bob Bogdon, and Colleen Geis.

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