Glendale woman celebrates 99 years |

Glendale woman celebrates 99 years

Catherine Kyle of Glendale will be 99 years old on Sept. 9.

Catherine Kyle of Glendale will be 99 on Sept. 9. Catherine is the wife of the late Jack Kyle, and together they had five children, the late Charles (Judy), Mary Ann (Bob) Kinzler, Jean (the late Ken) Kozy, Jack (Pauline) and the late Don. Catherine has 11 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and a great-great grandson with one on the way. Catherine attended her first Pirates game at PNC Park in August.

Happy half-of-a-century birthday to Maureen (Fisher) Lawrence of Carnegie, who celebrates Sept. 9. Maureen will be travelling to Florida with her mom, sister and a friend to celebrate. Maureen and her husband, Richard, have one daughter Lindsey. She is the daughter of Gertrude (Wischman) and Michael Fisher and has 3 brothers and 3 sisters.

Happy birthday to Tom Demko of Carnegie who celebrates Sept. 10 with his wife, Sue, and family and friends.

Karen and Tom Wilmus of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate 41 years of marriage Sept. 9. They are the parents of four children, Todd (Kristen), Tara (Jason), Michael (Annie) and Lauren. Karen and Tom are blessed with 8 grandchildren, Brayden, Cameron, Alexa, Lila, Weston, Avery, Beckham and Linley.

Happy 34th birthday to Christopher Carpellotti of Rosslyn Heights who celebrates Sept. 9. Chris is the son of Linda and Nick Carpellotti and brother of Michael.

Jeanne and Michael Byerly will celebrate 37 years Sept. 4th with their three children, Katie, Jonathan and Matthew.

Happy birthday to Joseph B. Magliocca who celebrates 84 years Sept. 6. Joe and his wife, Beverly, have been married for almost 62 years. They are the parents of Dawn (John) Pawloski, Joe Jr. (Mary), Anita (David) Torchia, Michael (Diane), the late Diana Magliocca, Steven, and Lynette (Joseph) Trecki. Joe and Beverly also have 14 grandchildren.

Marlene and Jack Urso of Carnegie will celebrate their 49 happy years Sept. 5. They are the parents of Gina (Palmer) Masciola, Mark (Annie) Urso and Jackie (Jason) Comisar. Marlene and Jack also have nine grandchildren, Palmer, Domenic and Nino Masciola, Johnny, Noah and Vincent Urso, and Lily, Carter and Mira Comisar.

Susan (Spath) and Jim Fiori of Carnegie will celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary Sept. 11. They are the parents of daughters, Nicole (Chris) Flaherty and Christine, and have three grandsons, Luke, Chase and Brooks.

Joan Pandolph of Cubbage Hill will celebrate her birthday Sept. 11. Joan is the mother of Thomas, Robert and James and has a grandson, Anthony.

Birthdays this week include Nevaeh Helbig, Don McCreary, Matthew Uzar, Nancy Alauzen, Liz DiPietro, Grover Smith, Christine Walnoha, Lucille Strinkoski, George Honchar, Dick Marshall, Andrew Giffin, Joe Snak, Amy Coyne, Amanda Hughes and Greg Kappers.

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