Town Talk: Carnegie couple marries in Colorado |

Town Talk: Carnegie couple marries in Colorado

Ashley Shiwarski and Andrew Rafalski were united in married Aug. 2.

Ashley Shiwarski and Andrew Rafalski were united in married Aug. 2 at Sapphire Pointe in Dillon, Colo. Ashley is the daughter of Debbie and Ron Shiwarski of Robinson Township and Andrew is the son of Linda and Ron Rafalski of Carnegie. The wedding was witnessed by an intimate gathering of family and friends, including Ashley’s nephews, niece and sisters. A dinner celebration followed the ceremony. Ashley and Andrew reside in Carnegie and are planning a hometown celebration in September.

Donna and John Mittner of Carnegie celebrate 40 years of marriage Aug. 20. They are the parents of John Jr. (Amy) of Pittsburgh and Adam (Allison) of North Carolina. Grandchildren include Zekiel, Kyazon, Charlotte, Benjamin, Luke and Emma Kate.

Sophia Madeline Steffl celebrated her first birthday Aug. 7 with a family party. She is the daughter of Nikki and Bobby Steffl of Collier Township.

Chris and Wendy Burek of Collier Township celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary Aug. 21. Chris and Wendy have three children, Avy, Kasey and Teac.

Birthday wishes are sent to Mike Patterson who celebrates Aug. 26. Mike is the husband of Mary (Brown) Patterson and together they have two daughters, Clara and Katherine.

Patty and John Spotti of Crafton celebrate their 41st wedding anniversary Aug. 26th. They are the parents of a daughter, Kelli.

Gerry Skvarca of Carnegie Radiator on Jane Street celebrates Aug. 28. Gerry is the husband of Colleen and they have two children, Erin (Baird) Hamilton and Rob, and have two grandchildren, Sophie and Harlan.

Birthday greetings are sent to Patty (Mauti) Dwinga of Collier Township who celebrates Aug. 24. Patty is the wife of Leon and they are the parents of Lee (Megan), Stephanie and Seth, and have one grandchild.

Stop by and wish Ashley Comer a happy birthday on Aug. 25. Ashley and her husband Greg Romeo are the owner/operators of Carnegie Coffee in the old post office building, and would love for you to visit.

Heidi and Aaron LeRoy of Mt. Lebanon will celebrate their eighth anniversary Aug. 28th. Aaron is the son of Deborah Simmons of Bethel Park and Keith LeRoy of Scott Township and the grandson of Virginia LeRoy of Scott Township.

Bobbi Everly of Scott Township celebrates her birthday on Aug. 21 with Steve Kebhish, son Justin and his wife Jackie, and grandson Parker.

Birthdays this week include Devon Lawrence, Heather Downey, John Crawshaw, Paulette Colonna, Joe Klapach, Ed Rennie, Brandan Cantley, Marina Woods, Jayden Calhoun, Gale Sakai, Angel Longo Bankert, Barbara Cantley, Brian Frank, and Mike Sarsfield.

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