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The Lonieros of Cubbage Hill celebrate 62 years

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Happy 12th birthday to Nathan BeHage, who celebrates Aug. 12. Nathan is the son of Rose and Colin BeHage of Carnegie and will enter eighth grade this year.

Carmie (Giammatteo) and Clyde Woods of Cubbage Hill celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary Aug. 7. They are the parents of four sons, Clyde IV (Meghan), Michael (Samantha), Chad (Natalie) and Chuck (Crystal). Carmie and Clyde also have nine grandchildren, Hallie, Collin, Will, Dylan, William, Erik, Marina, Gianna and Cianna.

Happy 14th birthday to Jack Catena of Carnegie, who celebrates Aug. 12. Jack is the son of Susan Banaszak and Patrick Catena.

Meghan and Neil Nightengale of Collier celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary Aug. 7. They are the parents of Haley and Dylan.

Cynthia (Wilson) and Chad Dougherty of Cubbage Hill will celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary Aug. 9. Four-legged members of their family include Abby, Sammy, Eva Sue, Piper, Roxy and Toby.

Happy 20th wedding anniversary to Alberta (Fiorentini) and Richard Whitaker of Bridgeville, who celebrate Aug. 7. They are the parents of Brandon and Bradin.

Shirley and Frank Torchia of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary Aug. 8. They are the parents of Christina (Scott), Teresa (Brandon) and Frank. Shirley and Frank have six grandchildren.

Joan (Walsh) and Eugene Loniero of Cubbage Hill will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary Aug. 10. They are the parents of six children, John (Barbara), Jim (Amanda), Anita (Jim), Lisa, Maria (Brad) and Marc. Joan and Gene have seven grandchildren, Lia, Nick, Adam, Drew, Emma, Grant and Max.

Birthdays this week include Greg Dawson, Jo Marie (Mauti) Tissue, Max Klein, Terra Jablonski, Joe Longo, Ann Shimatzki, Barbara Kripp-Chilleo, Brooke Spotti, Beth Patterson Smith, Ron Coperich, Joyce Phillips, Carrie Kuhns, Susan Enrietti Duffy, Harriet McCray and Becky Penatzer.

Ken Sutton of Carnegie will celebrate his 64th birthday Aug. 11. Joining the celebration are his wife Christine, grandchildren, friends and family.

Happy 18th birthday to Gaige Leach, who celebrates Aug. 4, and to his dad, Bill, who celebrates Aug. 14.

Peggy (Lamison) Crawshaw of Carnegie celebrates her birthday on Aug. 13. She is mom to Jason (Claire), Brandi (Adam), John Jr. (Kylee) and Cristy. Peggy has two grandchildren, Seth and Chloe.

Happy birthday to Mark Iacono of Rosslyn Heights, who celebrates Aug. 12, and to his wife, Della, who celebrates Aug. 14.

A week of celebrations for the Mieczkowski Family this week. Mark Mieczkowski celebrates his birthday Aug. 13, wife Kim (Kennedy) Mieczkowski celebrates her birthday on Aug. 14, and their wedding anniversary is Aug. 11.

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