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Hilty’s of Oakdale celebrate 62nd wedding anniversary

NOW: Dalton (Sonny) and Laverne Hilty
THEN: Dalton (Sonny) and Laverne Hilty

Dalton (Sonny) and Laverne Hilty of Oakdale celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary July 11 . They are the parents of the late Bruce (Deborah), Jeff (Lizann), Cindy (Bob) Loebig, Randy (Kathie) and Mark (Michelle). Grandkids include Casey, Carly (Jason) Baker, Courtney (Kyle) Bill, Jeffrey (Simone), Jordan and Joseph Hilty, Bobby (Nicole) Loebig, Niel (Lindsay) Loebig and Danielle Loebig (Michael) Gillespie, Sam (Brooke) Hilty and Michael (Kelly) Hilty, Amanda (Neil) Cridge and Todd and Lucas Hilty. Great-grandchildren include Nolan and Callum Baker, Sydney and Isa Hilty, Camryn and Robbie Loebig, Beckham and Berkeley Loebig, Rafe Gillespie, Riley Hilty, Parker and Robin Hilty, Kylee Cridge and one more on the way.

Shirley and Frank Torchia are receiving congratulations on the birth of a grandson. Maxwell Robert Kennedy was born on June 20, 2019 to daughter Christina and hubby Scott Kennedy. Max weighed in at 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19.5 inches long. Awaiting the arrival at home was big brother, Jack, and big sister, Emma.

Barbara (Kollar) and Gary Williard of Scott Township will celebrate their 57th wedding anniversary July 28.

Happy Birthday to Denzil Wilson of Rosslyn Heights who celebrates July 31 with his wife, Jeanine, children and grandchildren.

Heidi (Kastle) and Tom Aiken will celebrate their 24th wedding anniversary July 27. They are the parents of Skyler, Shea, Sylas and Syenna.

Bridgeville Fire Chief Bill Chilleo celebrates his 52nd birthday July 25. He is the proud father of Jeffrey, Brianna and Justin.

Happy 43rd wedding anniversary to Annette (Marcey) and Joe Shimek of Collier Townhip who celebrated July 16. They are the parents of Russell (Nicole) and Jamie and just welcomed their new granddaughter Cora in May.

Russel Daff of Carnegie will celebrate his birthday July 30 with friends.

Vicki (Fisher) and Jack Doherty of Crafton will celebrate their 29th wedding anniversary July 31. They are the parents of Haley and Zachary (Colleen). Vicki and Jack are proud of their 10-month-old grandson, Benjamin.

Mason Christopher Marko celebrates his 9th birthday July 29. He is the son of Emily and Chris Marko and has a big sister, Michaela. His grandparents include, Elaine and Ray Ford of Cubbage Hill, Debbie and Frank Marko and Joan Kuzuch.

Birthdays this week include Tracy Huoy, Rich Dombrowski, Chip Turnbull, Mary Ann Denk, Judi Stadler, Hanna Zaletski, Doug Dombrowski, Rob Gielarowski, Dee Zahn, Lama Lamb, Sonny Williams, Karen Cupp, Pat Turske, Cheryl Mantich, Tom Czaikowski and Josh and Jesse Valentine.

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