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South Fayette couple welcome birth of baby boy

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Julianna (Bonner) and Joshua White of South Fayette are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy on June 6, 2019. Tanner Joshua weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. His older sister, Lilah Anne, 6, was excited to welcome him home. Maternal grandparents are Marilyn Bonner of Crafton and Tim Bonner of Crafton. Paternal grandparents are Lisa and David White of South Fayette. Great grandparents include Diane and Floyd of Rennerdale, Marion and Henry Stankowski of South Fayette, Anne and Charles Korn of Crafton and Jean Miller of Crafton. Tanner’s mother is a teacher at Chartiers Valley Middle School and his father is an insurance agent for AAA.

Julianna (Bonner) and Joshua White of South Fayette are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy on June 6, 2019. Tanner Joshua weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. His older sister, Lilah Anne, 6, was excited to welcome him home. Maternal grandparents are Marilyn and Tim Bonner of Crafton. Paternal grandparents are Lisa and David White of South Fayette. Great grandparents include Diane and Floyd of Rennerdale, Marion and Henry Stankowski of South Fayette, Anne and Charles Korn of Crafton and Jean Miller of Crafton. Tanner’s mother is a teacher at Chartiers Valley Middle School and his father is an insurance agent for AAA.

Happy 46th wedding anniversary to Joyce and Tom Rossi of Rosslyn Heights who celebrate June 29. They are the parents of Hannah (Brian) and Albert (Desiree) and also have three grandchildren, Tory, Trevor and Rowin.

Happy 8th birthday to twins Wyatt Baird and Collyn Edward Clegg who celebrate June 27. They are the children of Katie and Cameron Clegg and grandsons of Liz and Tim Krasousky and Shirley Krasousky of Carnegie.

Happy 34th wedding anniversary to Amy and Mark Moore of Scott Township who will celebrate June 29. They are the proud parents of one daughter, Rosemary.

Oliver Joseph and Alice Marie, twins of Jessie Turnbull and Jessica Opyrchal of Carnegie will celebrate their 5th birthdays June 30. Grandparents include Mark and Lenny Turnbull of Collier Township and Sue and Joe Opyrchal of Munhall.

Happy 28th wedding anniversary to Cheryl (Covi) and Jeff Stephan of Carnegie who celebrate June 29. They are the proud parents of one son, Jeffrey Stephen II.

Happy 7th birthday to Alayna Grace Cugini who celebrates June 30. She is the daughter of Candee and Alan Cugini of Collier . Her grandparents include Penny (Chilton) and David Murray of Carnegie, and Judith and Anthony Cugini of Plum.

Hillary (Mangis) and Eric Kuntz of Collier celebrated their 13th anniversary June 17. They are the parents of Kennedy and Brady.

Birthday wishes are sent to George Henderson (formerly of Cloverleaf Estates West) now of Vanadium Woods Village who celebrates June 28, with his wife, family and friends. George and his wife, Lorraine, have 10 grandkids and are excited to be expecting their first great-grandchild in August.

Happy 41st wedding anniversary to Amy and Mike Schneiderlochner of Crafton who celebrated June 17. They are the parents of Samantha (Dan) Nardozzi, Courtney (James), and Kyle. Amy and Mike have three grandchildren, Camille, J.D. and Paige.

Happy 6th wedding anniversary to Jaylynn (Sapsara) and Daniel Leslie who celebrated June 22. They are the parents of one daughter, Avery, who celebrated her first birthday June 7.

Birthdays this week include John Silipigni, Becky Annesi-Saracena, Ken Kundra, Heather Eberlein, Michele Piocquidio, Brenna Grogan, Marcia Tomer, Chris Trombetta, George Babish, Sheryl Fleck, Christina and Katelyn Bordini, Amy Goodman, Elaine Zajicek and Laurie Schrager.

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