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| Thursday, June 19, 2003

Armstrong

Admitted:

Helen M. Moran, Kittanning

Edward J. Cullum, Adrian

Debra K. Stroupe, Kittanning

Michelle K. Preston, Worthington

Heather M. Tancredi, Kittanning

Dorothy J. Fleming, Kittanning

Ray L. Myers, Kittanning

Tammy D. Stegner, Leechburg

Arthur E. Hughes Jr., Kittanning

Louise E. Schmidt, Kittanning

Betty M. Kerr, Apollo

Caroline E. Birch, Ford Cliff

Raymond L. Slack, Parker

Discharged:

Rhonda Cotherman and baby girl, Worthington

Malinda R. Oesterling and baby girl, Shelocta

Karen A. Bowser and baby girl, Kittanning

Mindy S. Priester and baby boy, Kittanning

Brookville

Admitted:

Irene Cherico, Clarion

Almeda Simpson, Brookville

Viola Farster, Clarington

Kathryn Lazor, Brookville

Discharged:

Sara Duck, Summerville

Betty Allshouse, Brookville

Births:

Armstrong

June 18, 2003

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Preston, Worthington

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stroupe, Kittanning

A boy to Heather M. Tancredi, Kittanning

A girl to Tammy D. Stegner, Leechburg

Elsewhere Births:

June 17, 2003

A girl to Amy Hetrick of Sigel at the Brookville Hospital

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