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Rosslyn Heights couple celebrates 45th anniversary

Happy 45th wedding anniversary to Virginia and Phillip Thornburg of Rosslyn Heights, who will celebrate on June 22. They are the parents of Nicole (Joe) Fodor, Kevin (Allison) Thornburg and Kayla (Chris Fonner) Thornburg. Ginny and Phil also have four grandchildren, Noah, Jackson, Niko and Stella.

Happy 34th wedding anniversary to Karen and Brian Cummings of Collier Township, who celebrate on June 22. Karen and Brian have two children, Brian of Dormont, and Jenna (Pat) Guessford of Memphis, Tenn. Karen and Brian are both Realtors for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services in Mt Lebanon.

Happy birthday to Stanley Kocaja. A lifelong Carnegie resident, he now resides at McMurray Manor.

Birthday wishes are sent to Aaron Whitaker Sr., who celebrates his birthday on June 24 with his family. Aaron and his late wife, Valera, had six children, Karen (Rick), Aaron (Shelly), Bob (Donna), Rich (Alberta), Wendy (Don) and Jen, as well as 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Miranda and Shawn Broniak of Collier Township will celebrate 14 years of marriage on June 25. They are the proud parents of Sydney, 9, and Brayden, 7.

Happy birthday to Ron McCartney of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrates on June 24. Ron is the husband of Kathy, and they have one daughter, Michelle (Matt) Ball. They are proud grandparents of one grandson, Mason McCartney Ball.

Happy 36th wedding anniversary to Donna (Godzinski) and Joe Reinwald of Carnegie, who will celebrate on June 25. They have three daughters, Stephanie, Jennifer and Kimberly (Jude). Gert Godzinski of Scott Township is Donna’s mom.

Happy birthday to Danny Bryan of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrates on June 25 with his wife, Cassie, friends and family. Danny is the son of Joan and the late Jack Bryan of Cubbage Hill.

Scott Ritter, funeral director of Leo J. Henney Funeral Home in Carnegie, will celebrate another birthday on June 27 with his wife, Lori, and daughters, Megan and Stephanie. Scott and Lori have a grandson, John Lincoln.

Happy third birthday to William Coperich, who celebrates on June 20. He is the son of Katie (Welsh) and Ron Coperich of Collier Township and has a little brother, Sawyer.

Happy 28th wedding anniversary to Joan (Teyssier) and Ken Kundra of Heidelberg who celebrate on June 22. They are the parents of one son, Jacob. Also, happy birthday to Ken, who celebrates on June 28.

Happy birthday wishes are sent to Lori (Mitkoski) Krally of Chartiers Terrace, who celebrates on June 21. Lori is the wife of Don, and sister of Karen Wilmus, Lenny and Gary Mitkoski, Marsha Maioli and Kim DeVinney.

Happy 10th wedding anniversary to Amy (DiPietro) and Tim Gastgeb, who celebrate on June 20. They are parents of Mason and Addison.

Birthdays this week include Mary Ann Hobson, Susan Kelly, Debby McGrogan, Jessica Babish, Darlene Braun-Shaffer, Gary Guzniczak, Aaron Duran, Brittany Babish, Dennis Godzinski, Nicole Smith, Paula Deacon, Kenny Sutton, Debbie Zierden, Jaylen Aston, Christine Carnes, John Costello, Diana Clayton, Susie Uzar, Lynn Brown-Seitz, David Nestler, George Sutton and Mary Cantley.

Happy 13th wedding anniversary to Elizabeth (Wilson) and Brian Francis who celebrate on June 20. They are the parents of two daughters, Alyssa and Jordyn.


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