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| Monday, Aug. 4, 2003

Armstrong

Admitted:

Friday

Ronald S. Wiegand, Kittanning

Keith Schumacher, Pompton Lakes, N.J.

Diane Nolte, Lyndora

Arlene M. Lackey, Cowansville

Patsy R. Stivenson, Butler

Thomas A. Kennedy, Sarver

Saturday

Rudolph J. Bemish, McGrann

Brandy L. Hawkins, Kittanning

Rebecca A. Daugherty, Kittanning

Kathleen M. Yount, New Bethlehem

Sunday

Andrew C. Heilman, Kittanning

Janet L. Kanish, McGrann

Cathy Kunst, Ford City

Richard P. Miller, Kittanning

Jessica D. Yarger, Dayton

Roberta E. Uptegraph, Kittanning

Discharged:

Friday

Nancy L. Fair, Butler

Charles Lamison, Kittanning

Mari P. Longstreth, Kittanning

Tracy L. Ambrose and baby girl, Sarver

Saturday

Marie White, Kittanning

Robert I. Patterson, Kittanning

Lori L. Walker, Kittanning

Kristina A. Peters and baby girl, Evans City

Carrie M. Kirkham and baby boy, Rimersburg

Michelle Evans and baby boy, Butler

Lisa A. Marrese and baby girl, Worthington

Patsy R. Stivenson, Butler

Sunday

Harold E. Martin, Kittanning

Owen Matthew Graff, Saxonburg

Jammie L. Zimmerman and baby boy, Ford City

Carol M. Brown, Kittanning

Brookville

Admitted:

Saturday

April Clinger, Clarion

Sunday

Cindy McGuire, Mayport

Richard Smith, New Bethlehem

Discharged:

Saturday

Ruth Smith, Brookville

Sunday

None

Births:

Armstrong

Aug. 1, 2003

A boy to Jammie L. Zimmerman of Ford City

Aug. 2, 2003

A boy to Diane Nolte of Lyndora

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Hawkins of Kittanning

Aug. 3, 2003

A girl to Jessica D. Yarger, Dayton

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