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South Fayette couple welcome first child

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Kimberley and Adam Steinberger of South Fayette are receiving congratulations on the birth of their first child. Arlo Harry was born on May 1, 2019, weighing 7 pounds, 9 ounces and 19.5 inches long. Paternal first-time grandparents are Barb and Dave Steinberger of Collier. Maternal first-time grandparents are Linda and Pat Jewison of Venetia.

John Fisher of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate his birthday June 14. John is the loving husband of Pat. Son Darren will celebrate his birthday June 19, and their daughter-in-law, Christie Conley Fisher, will celebrate her birthday June 30.

Happy Anniversary to Jeannie (Serafin) and Phil Kossler of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrate June 18. They are the parents of Jeanine (Ashley) and Joe (April).

Erin (Schneider) and David Oddi of Rosslyn Heights celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary June 18. They are the parents of Jordan, Brianna and Zachary.

Happy fifth birthday to Evelyn Grace Zinski, who celebrates June 15. Evie is the daughter of Katie (Dunmyer) and David Zinski of Collier. Grandparents include Mary Cay and Jack Dunmyer, and Nancy and Michael Zinski.

Happy Birthday to Michelle Barth of Cubbage Hill, who celebrates June 14. She is the loving wife of Tom, and they have one son, Cody.

Traci Lazor Oleshclager of Carnegie will be celebrating her birthday June 14. She has two sons, Matt (Monica) and John, both of Carnegie.

Happy Birthday Brian Irwin of Crafton, who celebrates June 18. He is the husband of Cheryl, and they have two sons, Matthew and Mark, and a daughter, Belle.

Noah Eric Kanownik will celebrate his ninth birthday June 15. Noah is the son of Sadie and Jim Kanownik and has a big sister, Sophie, who is 11 years old. His maternal grandparents are Judi and Jim Grega, and his paternal grandparents are Sue and Henry Kanownik.

Bob Kormick of Crafton will celebrate his special day June 16 with Pattie, Robyn, David, family and friends.

Bithdays this week include Brandi Cramer, Debbie McGinnis, Gwenn Burne, Zac Dodd, Curt Lynch, Jackie Stavropoulos, Janet Park, Pam Bucci, Annette Kletzli, Polly Bonetti, Bob Stewart, Barbara Heil, Carol Stanley, Karen McCord, Kelly Loney, Tom Giles, Diane Eberlein and Eric Kizina.

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