Thornberry couple united in marriage |

Thornberry couple united in marriage

Alisha Desmet and Nathan Presutti were married June 14 at St. Stanislous Church in Pittsburgh’s Strip District neighborhood. They honeymooned in Barbados before returning to their home in Thornberry.

Alisha Desmet and Nathan Presutti were united in marriage June 14 at St. Stanislous Church in the Strip District.

Following the ceremony, the couple greeted their family and friends at The Grande Hall at the Priory. Parents of the bride are Lynn Annesi (Andrew) Greer of Tarentum and Lionel and Maureen Desmet of South Fayette. Maternal grandparents include Alice and the late Lou Annesi of Heidelberg and Babe and Lenny Desmet of South Fayette. Paternal parents of the groom are Denise Palladini of Sewickley and David Presutti of McKees Rocks. Paternal grandfather is Nathan Presutti.

Alisha and Nate honeymooned in Barbados before returning to their home that they share with son Brayden in Thornberry.

Molly and Bob Kuntz of Collier celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary on July 6. They are the parents of Colleen (Rob) Donaghue, Amy (Al) Hancq, Melanie Novak, and Eric (Hillary) Kuntz. Molly and Bob have 12 grandchildren, Tyler, Alexis, Gavin and Logan Novak, Dominic, Desiree, Addison and Annabel Hancq, Olivia and Hannah Donahue, and Kennedy and Brady Kuntz.

Happy 21th birthday to Taylor Huddart of Carnegie, who celebrates on July 15. She will be celebrating with her parents, and best friend and sister Amanda, who will be 25 years old on July 28.

Anniversary greetings across the miles to John and Iona Klemencic, formerly of Bridgeville and now of Virginia Beach, who will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary on July 19. They are the parents of Joy (John) Orndoff and Joni (Chantal Dejou) Klemencic, and the grandparents of Taylor (Chelsea) Sprowls and Julia Sprowls. John and Iona have a great-granddaughter, Delaney Sprowls.

Special birthday wishes are sent to Carnegie Mayor Stacie Riley, who celebrates with family and friends on July 14.

Happy anniversary to two sisters and their husbands. Kristopher and Becca Chenette will celebrate their eighth anniversary on July 8. Thomas and Rachel Geis celebrated their sixth anniversary on July 5. Parents of the brides are Forrest and Mary Kay Smith of Crafton. Kris is the son of Michael and Linda Chenette of Jericho, Vermont. Tom is the son of Gary and Deborah Geis of Upper St. Clair.

Heather (Petris) and Anthony Musolino will celebrate their sixth anniversary on July 13. Heather is the daughter of Tammie and Michael Petris of Scott Township. Anthony is the son of Dee Dee and Tony Musolino of Scott Township.

Birthdays this week include Denise Guarnaccio, Christopher Huhn, Jani Talotta, Breanna Trecki, the Rev. Bruce Nordeen, Katie Byerly, Megan Kennedy, Joan Kirby and Alicia Finnerty.

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