Gable, Glancy wedding held at Faith Lakeside Church |

Gable, Glancy wedding held at Faith Lakeside Church


Kristal Glancy and Brad Gable were married May 18, 2019. The ceremony was held at Faith Lakeside Community Church and a reception followed at the Chartiers Room at Bridgeville Fire Department. Kristal is the daughter of Coral and Steve Glancy of Carnegie. Paternal grandparents are Barbara and Earl Roithner of South Park. Kristal and Brad are the parents of one son, Cameron. The couple will honeymoon in New York and return to their home in North Strabane.

Dave and Debbie Nowakowski of Carnegie will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary June 4. They are blessed with many nieces and nephews.

Congratulations to Kim McCahill of Carnegie who is retiring after 25 years with Carlynton School District. Kim has worked at Carnegie Elementary School and looks forward to her retirement party at Riley’s Pour House and spending more time with her husband Philip.

Regina and Bob Popichak celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 21. They are the parents of Matthew and Alexander.

Congratulations to the Downey House on Steubenville Pike who celebrated 11 successful years of service May 27. Anita, Joe, Tony and Heather hope to celebrate many more years in the future and thank all of their family and friends for their love and support.

Ashley and Frank Bailey are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy, Skyler Easton, on May 17, 2019. Maternal grandparents are Nancy and Walt Wisniewski of Carnegie and maternal great-grandparents are Homer and the late Lee Nixon of Carnegie. Paternal grandparents are Debbie Bailey and Frances Bailey of the Northern Cambria area. Awaiting the arrival at home were big sisters, Kenzie and Teagan.

Birthday wishes are sent to David Kushner who celebrates June 1; Bob Skoros who celebrates June 4; and Aaron Kushner who celebrates June 6.

Happy Birthday to Trent Ryan Butts who celebrates June 5. Trent is the son of Kathryn and Tom Butts and younger sibling to Tommy, Kaylie, Trevor and Kourtney. Grandparents include Michael and Leanne Butcher of Rhode Island and Tom and Maureen Butts of Robinson Township.

Happy 42nd wedding anniversary to Sandy and Ken Skvarca of Carnegie who celebrated May 21. They are the parents of Ben (Mary Beth) and Andy (Lauren) and have three grandchildren.

Corrine and Wilson Durisko of Collier Township celebrate 15 years of marriage this year. They are the parents of Sammy and Troy.

Shirley and Mickey Lazor will celebrate their 58th wedding anniversary June 3. They have three children, Traci Oelschlager, Mike (Sue) Lazor and Rich (Meg) Lazor, eight grandchildren, MJ, Scott, Matt, John, David, Joey, Alex and Markee, and three great-grandchildren, Dominic, Maykayla and Jayden Lazor.

Birthdays this week include, Dana Kern, Debbie Schuck, Anne Wightman, Lizann Hilty, Joni Sherba-Flanagan, Amy Schneiderlochner, Colleen Downey Mitchell, Alicia Mixter, Karen Cummings, Nikki Reinhart and Giovanna Maloney.

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