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Diamond celebrates 90th birthday

Happy 90th birthday to William Diamond of Collier Township, who celebrated March 18.William and his wife, Frances, celebrated their 65thwedding anniversary in October. They are parents of six children, Fred, Rick, John, Beverly, Bonnie and Sue.

Happy birthday to Kristin (Butts) Gabster of Collier Township, who celebrates on March 29. Kristin is the wife of Jon Gabster, and they have three children, Sean, Rylee and Tyler.

Birthday greetings are sent to three generations: John, Joe and Sarah Ford of Dewey Street, who celebrate on March 31.

Happy birthday to Mandy (Yustak) Turnbull, who celebrates her birthday on March 30 with her husband, Graham, and children, Theron, Marian, Lilah, Rainiah and James.

Birthday wishes are sent to Lauren Wilmus, who celebrates her birthday on March 31. She is the daughter of Karen and Tom Wilmus of Carnegie.

Theresa Sgro of Carnegie celebrates her birthday on March 31 with her four-legged buddies, Stormy and Misty, friends and family.

Mary Kay (Granata) and Forrest Smith of Crafton celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary March 28. They are the parents of five children, Becca (Kristopher) Chenette, Rachel (Tom) Geis, Justin, Joshua and Maggie.

Happy birthday to Joan (Walsh) Loniero of Cubbage Hill who celebrates her birthday on April 1. Joan and her husband of 61 years, Eugene, are parents to six children, John (Barb), Jim (Amanda), Anita (Jim), Lisa, Maria (Brad) and Marc. They have seven grandchildren, Lia, Nick, Adam, Drew, Emma, Grant and Max.

Kathy McCartney of Rosslyn Heights celebrates another year on April 1 with a celebratory dinner with husband, Ron, daughter, Michelle, son-in-law Matthew, and grandson, Mason.

Happy birthday to Maria Tilford Cukrzynski, who celebrates on April 2 with her husband, Steven, and daughters, Mariah, Jenna and Ava.

Happy 20th birthday to Collin Fox, who celebrates on April 1. He is the son of Tracey and Shannon Fox and has a sister, Abby.

Birthday wishes to former Carnegie Chief of Police Jeffrey Harbin across the miles in North Carolina, who celebrates on April 3 with his wife, LouAnn, family and friends.

Birthdays this week include, Mary Lou Lawrence, Carol Dlugos, Betty Dlugos, Todd Hatcher, Cara Gerster, Tony Musolino, David Moehring and Mark Moretti.

Peyton Davis will celebrate his 13th birthday on March 31. Peyton is the son of Crystal (Lawrence) and Wesley Davis of Collier Township. He is the grandson of Shirley and Dennis Lawrence of Cubbage Hill, and Denise and Ed Davis of Butler.


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