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Armstrong

Admitted:

KImberly Eshenbaugh, Kittanning

Danielle S. Kromer, Kittanning

Ronald D. Claypool, Kittanning

Nellie L. Smulik, Kittanning

Joseph A. Gillespie, Kittanning

Rachel Best, Sarver

Beth A. Adamosky, Butler

Kellie R. Donahue, Butler

Stephen G. Uram, Chicora

Discharged:

Heather L. Willyard, Kittanning

Nellie L. Smulik, Kittanning

Wilma J. Creel, Ford Cliff

Tiffany A. Eshenbaugh and baby girl, Vandergrift

Harry W. McElroy, Emlenton

Colleen C. Hooks, Kittanning

Brookville

Admitted:

Linda Buzzard, Sligo

Crystal Neiswonger, Brookville

Nicole Eble, Brookville

Harold Smith, Brookville

Discharged:

Mark Butler, Brookville

Trina Minich, Fairmount City

Ioma Clinger, New Bethlehem

Births:

Armstrong

Sept. 16, 2003

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rearic, 205 Charlotte Circle, Kittanning. Grandparents are Satch and Diane Taylor, Jim and Linda Rearic, all of Kittanning.

Sept. 24, 2003

A boy to Kimberly Eshenbaugh, Kittanning

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kromer, Kittanning

Elsewhere Births:

Sept. 21, 2003

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Cranberry Township at Butler Memorial Hospital. Grand parents are Hazen Simmons of Ford City, Tom and Lois Zmudzinski of Cranberry Township and George Smith of Pittsburgh. Great-grandmother is Sophie Kutch of Kittanning.

Sept. 22, 2003

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Rick Priester, Ford City at Butler Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Parks and Linda Denardo of Ford City and Lois Priester of Ford City.

Sept. 23, 2003

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Adam Neiswonger, Brookville at Brookville Hospital


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