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Rennerdale couple celebrate 50th anniversary

Karen and Donald Cupp of Rennerdale were married Sept. 7, 1968.
Karen and Donald Cupp of Rennerdale celebrated their 50thGolden wedding anniversary on Sept. 7, 2018.

Karen and Donald Cupp of Rennerdale celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 7. They were married at Madonna of Czestochowa Church. Karen and Don have two children, Kimberly (Kelly) Fritchman and Stephen (Renee) Cupp. They also have four grandchildren, Jordan and Sydney Fritchman, and Lenora Emanuelson and Paul Cupp. A grand celebration was held at Cefalo’s Banquet and Event Center.

Irma Byerly of Carnegie will celebrate her 92nd birthday Sept. 25. She is the wife of the late Larry Byerly, and they are the parents of George (Kaye) of Harrisburg and Michael (Jeanne) of Carnegie. They also have four grandchildren, Bryan, Katie, Jonathan and Matthew.

Mary Beth (Raco) and Tony Williams of Rennerdale will celebrate 36 years of marriage Sept. 26. The couple has two children, Carmen and Melina, and one granddaughter, Alessia Irene. Also, happy birthday to Mary Beth, who celebrates the same day.

Susan Cantwell, wife of Jack Cantwell, will celebrate another great year Sept. 20. Their son John Patrick (J.P.) celebrates his 19th birthday Sept. 25. J.P. is a freshman at Duquesne University.

Cathy and Paul Adamski of Carnegie celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary Sept. 8. They are the parents of Jason and Michael and they have three granddaughters, Bella, Alicia and Alexa. Paul also celebrated his birthday.

Linda Schepis Spotti of Carnegie celebrates her birthday Sept. 25 with her husband, Sarge, as well as family, friends and four daughters, Candice, Aubrey, Brooke and Courtney.

Jennifer and Tim Schall of Green Tree will celebrate their 24th wedding anniversary Sept. 25. They are the proud parents of three daughters, Makenzie, Madison and Morgan.

Happy birthday to Mindy Harrist of Carnegie, who celebrates Sept. 25 with her husband, Daniel, and daughter, Zoey.

Happy 36th wedding anniversary to Holly and Chris Nagy of Carnegie, who will celebrate Sept. 25. Holly and Chris are the parents of two daughters, Amber and Kristen.

Birthdays this week include Bob Longo, Eric Lynch, Kathryn Butts, Gary Ludin, Marian Burnett, Kim Turnbull-Close, Don Snyder, William Evans, Bill Huehn, Rich Reitmeyer, Sharon Lisowski, Jenn Rennie, Kelly Jett, and Audrey Wetmiller Schroder.

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

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