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Longtime teacher celebrates birthday

Cindy Babish-Schultz
| Thursday, January 17, 2019 1:30 a.m

Patricia McGrath of Collier celebrates her birthday Jan. 21. Mrs. McGrath taught for 30 years at St. Luke’s and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School in Carnegie. She is the wife of the late Jack McGrath, mother of Sharon, Sean, Keith (Jami), Jerry, Matthew and the late Colleen McGrath, and the grandmother of Tiffany (Brian) Wink, John, Jessica and Aidan McGrath.

Happy birthday wishes to Dan Eger of Crafton who celebrates Jan. 23, from his wife, Peg Scariot Eger.

Crystal and Robert Mongelli of Carnegie will celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary Jan. 24. Crystal is mom to Karlee Kovacs, and Robert is dad to Zac Kalish and Jake and Luke Mongelli.

Happy birthday to Jennifer Helbig of Rosslyn Heights who celebrates Jan. 22. Jennifer is married to Matt Helbig and they have four children, Zavier, Gavin, Joey and Nevaeh.

Happy seventh wedding anniversary to Nicole (Zahn) and Mickey Glowark who celebrate Jan. 23. They are the parents of George and Margaret.

Daniel Harrist of Carnegie celebrates his 40th birthday Jan. 20 with his wife, Mindy, daughter, Zoey and mom, Bonnie.

Happy Birthday to Gina Fiorentini-May of Bridge-ville who will celebrate on Jan. 19 with her fiancé Scott Scheib, and children, Phillip and Tori, and granddaughter, Evelyn.

Happy birthday to Brenda (Taylor) Temoff of Carnegie who celebrates Jan. 23. She is the loving wife of Steve and they have one daughter, Tonya. Brenda is the daughter of Bonnie and Gordon Taylor of Carnegie.

Birthdays this week include, Mark Moore, Marianne Yurchak, Mary Jane Ford, Lucy Kennedy, Stephanie Ritter, Dave Dedola, Jordan Steiner, Karen Welsh, Cheryl Pealer, Teresa Zimmerman, Isabella Babish and Rose Stuparitz.

Happy birthday to Tom Giles Jr. of Crafton who celebrates Jan. 23 with his wife, Debbie, and family.

Also, happy birthday to Kathy Turko Leech, who celebrates another year on Jan. 19.

The Snyder-Lawrence families have many candles to blow out this month. Janet Snyder of Collier celebrates Jan. 20 with her daughter, Melissa (Missy) Lawrence of Collier, celebrating Jan. 19, and her son, Tom (Natalie), celebrating his birthday Jan. 16.

Noah Ryan Gallogly of Carnegie celebrates his 12th birthday Jan. 24 with his family and older siblings, Madison and Sarah.

Miranda Marsteller of Carnegie will celebrate her 28th birthday Jan. 24. She is the daughter of Joann (Barkley) Marsteller and the late Rich Marsteller Jr. and sister to Jessica. Miranda is the granddaughter of Dorothy Barkley and the late Jim Barkley and Barb Marsteller and the late Rich Marsteller.

Cindy Babish-Schultz is a contributing writer for the Tribune-Review. Submit birthday, anniversary and other announcements to her at 412-249-6346 or

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