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Welcome to Bridgeville, Jacob

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Carly and Jake Dulick of Bridgeville are receiving congratulations on the birth of their first child. Jacob David Dulick was born on April 29, 2019, weighing 10 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 22 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Randy and Elaine Price and maternal great-grandmother is Veronica Senko, all of the North Hills. Paternal first-time grandparents and uncle are Dave and Tammy Dulick of Crafton and Eddy Dulick of Crafton. Paternal great-grandmother is Dorothy Dulick of Carnegie.

Congratulations to Phyllis and the Rev. John Yohe of Scott Township, who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on May 13. The Rev. Yohe has officiated at many area weddings during the past 50-plus years. They are the parents of three children, Debbie (Jack) Yankowski, Peter (Colleen) Yohe and Amy (Rich) Kosanovic, and have seven grandchildren, Jenna, Tom, Peter, Matthew, Theresa, Treston and Auston.

Pat Cooney of Cloverleaf Estates will turn 91 on May 21. He’s the husband of Jean, and father of Joyce, Donna and Patty. Pat is the Pap of nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Katie (Dunmyer) and David Zinski of Collier will celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary on May 21. They are parents of one daughter, Evie.

Chloe Elizabeth Allen of Rosslyn Heights will celebrate her eighth birthday on May 19. She is the daughter of Mike and Lori Allen. Paternal grandparents are Mike and Linda Allen of Scott, and maternal grandmother is Judy Wise of Carnegie.

Birthday greetings are sent to Marilyn Gearhart Townsend of Collier, who celebrates her special day on May 21 with husband (Pete), and son, Neil. Marilyn is a retired Carlynton School District teacher.

Happy ninth wedding anniversary to Ashley (Heidenreich) and Brandon Bogdon of Collier, who celebrate May 22. Ashley and Brandon are the parents of a daughter, Mila, and son, Blake. Brandon is also dad to son Ashton.

Happy birthday to Lenny Iorio, who celebrates on May 25 with his wife, Dawn, daughter, Alaina, and son, Tony. Lenny is the son of Cathy and Len Iorio of Scott.

Linda Dechek Hartman of Fort Pitt will be celebrating her birthday on May 26. Linda has been a lifelong resident of Collier. She is a former Bethel Park School District art and gym teacher.

Birthdays this week include Connie Zajicek Wood, Richard Price, Debbie Popivchak, Toni Brannan, Franni Kolle, Chelsea Corba, Sam Oliver, Tracy Huoy, Clem Rolin, John Shimatzki, Susan Bryan, Deb Zymroz, Karen Pajak, Pat Zinger, Andy Skvarca, Nicole Anderson and Stephanie Gilles.

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