Scott couple celebrate 55th anniversary |

Scott couple celebrate 55th anniversary

Cathy (Taylor) and Len Iorio on their wedding day on April 25, 1964.
Cathy (Taylor) and Len Iorio of Scott Township will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary on April 25.

Cathy (Taylor) and Len Iorio of Scott Township will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary on April 25. Grandson Anthony Iorio of Heidelberg will also celebrate his 13th birthday. Anthony is the son of Dawn (Kowalo) and Lenny Iorio.

Damon Chiodo of Scott Township will celebrate his 13th birthday on April 21. Damon is the son of Renee Ciletti of Scott Township and Joe Chiodo of Carnegie.

Happy Birthday to Jack Urso of Carnegie who celebrates on April 25. He has been married to Marlene for 48 years and they have three children, Gina (Palmer) Masciola, Mark (Annie) Urso and Jackie (Jason) Comisar. Jack and Marlene also have nine grandchildren, Palmer, Domenic and Nino Masciola, Johnny, Noah and Vincent Urso and Lily, Carter and Mira Comisar.

Thinking of you Esther Dunich at the Mary Kay Beauty Salon on Lincoln Avenue who will celebrate her special day on April 25 with her five children, seven grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Karen and Joe Welsh of Carnegie will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on April 22.

Anniversary greetings are sent to Barb and Al Riedl of Rennerdale who celebrate on April 20. Barb and Al are the parents of Lynne (Mark) Vilella of Cranberry and Mike (Gloria) Vilella of Washington County. They are the proud grandparents of Luke and Ryan Vilella.

Happy Anniversary to Mary and Rick Iorio of Cubbage Hill who celebrate on April 22. Rick also celebrates his birthday on April 28.

Happy Birthday to Caiden John Shimatzki, who celebrates his 10th on April 21. He is the son of John and Tara (Concannon) Shimatzki. Caiden is the grandson of Frank and Ann (Raco) Shimatzki, and Judith Concannon and big brother of Ryleigh.

Happy 32nd anniversary to Dennis and Jacqualine Godzinski who celebrate on April 25. They are parents of four children.

Logan Frank will celebrate his eighth birthday on April 22. Logan is the son of Lindsay and Brian Frank of Rennerdale and little brother of Tyler.

Happy eighth wedding anniversary to Laura (Caughey-Wilson) and Joe Longo who celebrate on April 20. Laura is well known for her years of service at the CVS Pharmacy.

Birthday wishes are sent to Madison Gallogly, who celebrates her 17th on April 19 with siblings Sarah and Ryan, and family.

Birthdays this week include April Kauer, Alberta Fiorentini-Whitaker, Lynn Severns, Joyce Rossi, Beth Klein, Deana Sago, Keith Petrie, Vernon Smith, Denise Breen, Diane Ptomey, Aaron Gerster and Carol Rust.

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