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Scott couple celebrate 44 years

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Happy 44th wedding anniversary to Christine (Homa) and Joe Zyra of Scott Township, who celebrate Sept 1. They are the parents of Lindsay (Brian) Frank and Allison (Shaun) Darrah. Chris and Joe have three grandchildren, Logan and Brady Frank and Lillian Darrah, with one on the way.

Harry and Jack Lynch of Carnegie will celebrate their birthdays Sept. 2. Harry and Jack are the owner/operators of Lynch Brothers Construction, having started their business more than 50 years ago.

Harry is the husband of Carole (Woods) and they have three children, Candace (Gerry) Lieder of Kennedy, Courtney (Bob) Crawford of Pittsburgh and Curt (Kelli) Lynch of Carnegie. Carole and Harry have seven grandchildren, Gavin, Garrett, Camryn, Corinne, Cole, Cayleigh and Charlize. Jack’s family includes girlfriend, Linda, and children, Kristen (Tom) Lane, Carrie (Steve) Pletcher and Eric (Taylor). Jack has three grandchildren, Kassidy, Ethan and Sophia.

Tom Patterson of Carnegie celebrates his birthday Sept. 1. Tom and his wife of 29 years, Peggy, are parents of Mike (Mary), Tom, Zack (Kelly), Josh and Tyler, and have three granddaughters, Clara, Katherine and Gia.

Happy 43rd wedding anniversary to Nancy and Joe Wissel of Glendale, who celebrate Sept. 3. They are the parents of two boys, Joey and Andy.

Cole Lynch will celebrate his 15th birthday Aug. 31. Cole is the son of Kelli and Curt Lynch of Carnegie, has a sister Cayleigh and will be in 10th grade at Carlynton.

Joan (Miller) and Richard Walnoha of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate 44 years of marriage Sept. 2. Joan and Rich are the parents of Jayme (Tom) and Wade (Jen). Joan and Richard have four grandchildren, Amelia, Sean, Evelyn and Ryan.

Happy birthday to Margy (Sams) Beck of Carnegie, who celebrates Aug. 31 with her husband Jimmy, son Montana, and daughter-in-law Maura.

Happy birthday to her sister-in-law Terri (May) Sams of Green Tree, who celebrates Sept. 11 with her husband Tommy and pet, Lily.

Rob and Jo Scarfone of Carnegie celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Aug. 18.

Michael Corba of Carnegie will celebrate another year Sept. 2. He is the husband of Grace (Chilton) Corba. They are the parents of Andy (Nikki), Mary (Eric) Kizina and Chelsea, and they have four grandchildren, Lilia Grace, Ruthie Marie, Mackenzie Jane and Declan.

Birthdays this week include Nicole Hayes, Carly Langer, Lynee Tinnion, Erin Trombetta, Debra Amelio-Manion, Maureen Butts, Sandy Mixter, and Denise McGrogan.

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