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Oakdale couple welcomes baby girl

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Katie and David Zinski of Oakdale celebrate the birth of their second daughter. Remi Elizabeth arrived Sept. 12, weighing 7 pounds, 9 ounces and 19½ inches long. Awaiting the arrival at home was big sister Evelyn (Evie) who is 5. Maternal grandparents are Mary Cay and Jack Dunmyer of Carnegie and paternal grandparents are Nancy and Michael Zinski of Carnegie.

Irma Byerly of Carnegie celebrates 93 years Sept. 25. She is the wife of the late Larry Byerly. Their children are George (Kaye) of Harrisburg and Michael (Jeanne) of Carnegie. They have four grandchildren, Bryan, Katie, Jonathan and Matthew.

Taylor (Breen) and Eric Lynch of Green Tree celebrate their one year anniversary Sept. 29. Taylor is the daughter of Denise and John Breen of Heidelberg and Eric is the son of Ginny Lynch of South Carolina and Jack Lynch of Carnegie.

Mary Beth (Raco) and Tony Williams of Rennerdale celebrate 37 years of marriage Sept. 26. The couple has two children, Carmen and Melina, and a granddaughter, Alessia Irene. Mary Beth celebrates her birthday the same day.

Linda Schepis Spotti of Carnegie celebrates her birthday Sept. 25 with husband Sarge, family, friends and four daughters, Candice, Aubrey, Brooke and Courtney.

Jennifer and Tim Schall of Green Tree celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Sept. 25. They are the parents of three daughters, Makenzie, Madison and Morgan.

Happy birthday to Mindy Harrist of Carnegie, who celebrates Sept. 25 with her husband Daniel and daughter, Zoey.

Happy 37th wedding anniversary to Holly and Chris Nagy of Carnegie, who celebrate Sept. 25. Holly and Chris are the parents of daughters, Amber and Kristen.

Betty (Clerici) and Bob Reiss of Carnegie will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary Sept. 28. They are the parents of daughters, Holly Floyd of Carnegie and Heather (Jim) Hunter. They have four grandchildren, Morgan and Jacob Floyd and Kaitlin and Riley Hunter.

Happy 66 years to Chris Keisling of Carnegie, who celebrates Sept. 28 with family and friends.

Sara (Prudente) and Rick Richter of Carnegie will celebrate their third wedding anniversary Sept. 29.

Happy 11th birthday to Daniel Carnes, who celebrates Sept. 29. Daniel is the son of Christine and Bill Carnes of Scott Township and has a big sister, Kayleen.

Pearl and Richard Moehring of Rosslyn Heights will both celebrate their 75th birthdays. Pearl’s birthday is Sept. 28, and Richard’s is Oct. 2. They are the parents of Wendy (J.D.) Restich and Richie and Thad Moehring. They have six grandchildren, David, Danielle and Rachel Restich, and Brittani, Bradley and Brayden Moehring, and three great-grandchildren.

Birthdays this week include Lydia Lenk, Isabella Huehn, Jenn Rennie, Kelly Jett, Audrey Schroder, Marianne Thielet Miller, Albert Rossi, Traci Aston, Rick Richter, Joanne Palombi Stefano, and Homer Nixon.

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