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Longtime Bridgeville resident celebrates 95th birthday

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Happy birthday wishes to Mildred Thielet who celebrates her 95th birthday April 6 . Mildred has lived in Bridgeville all of her 95 years. She is mom to Don (Deana) Thielet and Marianne (Brent) Miller. She also has three granddaughters, Rebecca (Ross) Godlove, Gina Thielet and Julia (Roe) Vanderford; and two great-grandchildren, Ronen and Rhett. Mildred enjoys spending time with family, attends Zion Lutheran Church regularly and continues to be a seamstress when called upon for family and friends.

Happy 46th wedding anniversary to Lynne (Ramp) and Frank Tinnion of Carnegie who celebrate April 7. They are the parents of Jamie Reilly and Kellie Tinnion, and have one granddaughter, Layla Lynne.

Carole (Woods) Lynch celebrates her birthday April 4. She is the wife of Harry and they have three children, Candace (Gerry) Lieder, Courtney (Robert) Crawford and Curt (Kelli). Carole and Harry also have seven grandchildren, Gavin, Garrett, Corinne, Camryn, Cole, Caleigh and Charlize.

Karen and Jim Shaffer of Collier Township will celebrate 44 years of marriage April 5. They are the parents of two sons, Joshua and the late James Shaffer, and have four grandchildren, Noah, Jacob, Regina and Brooke.

Ryleigh Ann Shimatzki turns 7 April 4. She is the daughter of John and Tara Shimatzki and has an older brother, Caiden. She is the granddaughter of Frank and Ann (Raco) Shimatzki of Carnegie.

Birthday wishes are sent to Cynthia Dougherty of Cubbage Hill who celebrates April 3 with her husband, Chad, and four-legged kids, Eva, Roxie, Abby, Sammy, Toby and Piper. Chad will also celebrate his birthday April 30.

Dennis Holderbaum of Carnegie will celebrate another year April 10 with his wife, Carrie, and four sons, David, Zack, Brady and Bryan.

Happy 27th wedding anniversary to Pat and Dale Ambrose of Carnegie who celebrate April 10. Their family includes children, Tara (Mike), Sherry (Joe), Erik, Dawn (Jim) Wood and Cari (Ben) Stork. Grandchildren include, Brad, Alex, David, Miley, Grace, Kenley and Jude.

Judy Granata Castello of Rosslyn Heights celebrates her birthday April 8. She is the wife of Tim Castello and together they are the parents of Anne and Timmy.

Birthday wishes are sent to Richard Wagner of Collier Township who will celebrate April 8 with his family and friends.

Birthdays this week include, Lisa Loniero, Kathleen Zimbicki, Joe Kauer, Cathy Adamski, Emily Stasiowski, Peg Gallogly, Annette Shimek, Josh Younger, Rebecca Wellinger, Danielle Bogdon and Corrine Durisko.

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