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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - March 18, 2011, Bedford, PennsylvaniaCommunity living 2 Friday March 18, 2011 Bedford inquirer Bedford a. Blessed events Blake and Melissa Feather Lindstedt of Blythewood s.c., Are delighted to announce the birth of a son. Teagan Joseph Lindstedt was born dec. 17 at Providence South Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds 8 ounces and measured 20 inches Long at birth. Proud grandparents Are Doug and Carol Feather of Bedford and Drew and Carole Lindstedt of Lake Shawnee . Great grandparents Are Doyle and Dona Feather of East Freedom the late Cyrus and Nora Hughes formerly of Danville Joseph and Carole Bree of Honey Brooke and the late Edwin and Alice Lindstedt formerly of Lake Lackawanna . Joshua and Stephanie Koontz Leibfreid of Bedford have welcomed a daughter to their family. Ems Lee filler Leibfreid was born Jan. 13 at a pm Bedford memorial. She weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces at birth and was 20 inches Long. Grandparents Are Gary and Cynthia Koontz of Bedford and William and Francie Leibfreid of Bedford. Adam and Tatianna Ritchey of new Baltimore Are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter Aaliyah Elizabeth Ritchey. The Newborn arrived on Jan. 12 at a pm Bedford memorial. She weighed 6 pounds 7 ounces at birth and was 18 inches Long. She has one sister Emilee Skvarka 8. Grandparents Are Mike and Tina Ritchey of Saxton. A photo submitted Lions present plaque the Bedford Lions club recently presented a plaque to the Bedford giant Eagle store in appreciation of the store s assistance to the club Over the years. Store managers Roger Martin Center left and Tina Martin Center right accept the plaque from past club president Joseph Fox left and club president Robert Laird . Zimmers and Hamilton to wed Nicole Bridge and David Leidy Bridge Leidy engaged to wed Nicole Bridge of Beans co be and David Leidy of new Enterprise have announced their engagement. Miss Bridges is the daughter of Joseph Bridges of Beans Cove and Ruth Miller of Cleveland Ohio. She is a full time student at Allegany College of Maryland where she is majoring in nursing. She is a graduate of Everett High school. Or. Leidy is the son of David and Tammy Leidy of new Enterprise. He is a graduate of Northern Bedford county High school and is an electrician with Zimmerman electric. The couple will wed in 2012. Kayl Hrivnak and Tommy Swope Hrivnak Swope to wed in fall 12 Joe and Kelly Hrivnak of yellow Creek and Tom and Vickie Swope of Everett Are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Kayla Hrivnak and Tommy Swope. Miss Hrivnak is a 2010 Giad uate of Northern Bedford High school and a 2010 graduate of Pruonto s hair design Institute where she received her License in cosmetology. Or. Swope is a 2006 graduate of Northern Bedford High school and a 2008 graduate of Penn tech where he received his associate s degree in masonry. He is employed with r amp s masonry in Everett. An oct. 6, 2012, wedding is planned. Robert and Barbara Zimmers of Bedford and Duane and Deborah Hamilton of Waterville Ohio have announced the engagement of their children Jessica Zimmers and Andrew Hamilton. Miss Zimmers is a 2001 graduate of Bedford High school and a 2005 graduate of Penn state University where she received a Bachelor of science in business. She is attending Baldwin Wallace College to obtain a masters of business administration in business. Or. Hamilton is a 2002 graduate of Oberlin High school and a 2006 graduate of Bowling Green state University where he received a Bachelor of science in sports marketing. Miss Zimmers is a Treasury analyst and or. Hamilton is a purchasing agent for Ltd Amanda Young and Trent Barkma anniversary or. And mrs. Larry Rosemry. And mrs. Larry Rose celebrate their 40th year Larry d. And Carol j. Rose of Alum Bank celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Jan. 22. The roses were United in marriage on Jan. 22, 1971, by the Rev. Charles Rhodes at the it. Union Church in Lovely. Larry is employed by Fetter excavating. Carol is a homemaker. The roses have two daughters Heather married to Michael Beutman of Alum Bank and Heidi married to Troy Harrison of Alum Bank. They also have four grandchildren Hannah and Madison Beutman and Trevor and Cale Harrison the couple celebrated with their pose for photo John Rodger Akers Center of 207 Warrior Ridge st., Everett holds his first great granddaughter Elisabeth Louise Akers born nov. I. On John s left is his son Jerald Akers Elisabeth s Grandfather who serves in the . Air Force and works in the Pentagon. On John s right is his grandson Ryan Akers who is Jerald s son and Elisabeth s father and who is a Marine stationed at 29 Palms Calif. A photo submitted Jessica Zimmers and Andrew Hamilton products inc. In Valley City Ohio. A june 11 wedding is. Planned in Medina Ohio. Young Barkman will marry aug. 6 Amanda Young of 2447 Imle town Road Bedford and Trent Barkman of 1795 upper Snake Spring Road Everett have announced their engagement. Miss Young is the daughter of Alex and Karen Young and Gilbert and Lisa Ricketts. Or. Barkman is the son of Barry and Brenda Barkman. The couple is planning to wed on aug. 6. Wilfong Wilfong appointed Mario Wilfong has been appointed to the position of vice president of finance and administration at a pm Bedford memorial according to a news release from the Hospital. Wilfong joined a pm Bedford in november 2005 As the controller and Chi administrator. Prior to that Date he was the controller and compliance officer at a pm Lee regional. Before joining a pm he served As the controller at miners Hospital and began his career with Coopers amp Lybrand now known at holding various positions and finishing there As the manager in their health care regulatory group in the Pittsburgh office. Wilfong received his Bachelor of science degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is a certified Public accountant and is enrolled in a program for his masters of business administration. Mario resides in the Windber area with his wife Bess and sons Jake and amp military news Mccoy graduates Janelle l. Mccoy of new Paris graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania on dec. 17 with a masters of education in educational psychology. While at Lup Mccoy was a member of the National association of school psychologists association of school psychologists of Pennsylvania and the school psychology association network. Mccoy graduated with an Overall Grade Point average of 4.0. She is now enrolled in the Post master s certification program at Lup to attain her educational specialist certificate certificate of advanced studies in school psychology. Mccoy is the daughter of Greg and Diane Mccoy of new graduates Jeremy Stultz son of Robert and Kim Stultz of 357 Schellsburg Road Imler has graduated from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Academy of culinary arts. He is a 2009 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High school. Stultz received a certificate of achievement for artistic achievement certificate of achievement for congeniality certificate of achievement for craftsmanship certificate of achievement for professional growth and certificate of achievement for honors and graduated with honors on the Dean s list. On dec. 12, he completed his extern ship at Penn state University s main Campus. He has accepted a position with Penn state s housing and food services As a i Ade 8 chef at the main Campus South food District. He plans to become an executive on list Allison Gerber of Everett was named to the fall 2010 Dean s list at Lebanon Valley College Annville. Gerber is a Sophomore majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology. Dean s list students must maintain a Grade Point average of 3.4 or graduates army National guard pvt. Logan w. Davis has graduated from Basic infantry training at fort Benning Columbus a. During the nine weeks of training the Soldier received training in Drill and ceremonies weapons map Reading tactics military Courtesy military Justice physical fitness first Aid and army history Core values and traditions. Additional training included development of Basic combat skills and Battlefield operations and tactics and experiencing use of various weapons and weapons defences available to the infantry crewman. He is the son of Donna and Marvin Davis of Union Street Bedford. Davis graduated in 2009 from Bedford High residents graduate Allegany College of Maryland graduated 209 students at fall commencement exercises held recently on the Cumberland Campus. Local graduates included Jennie Baughman Bedford applied technical studies professional Golf management certificate Cory Childers Bedford business management general studies accounting certificate business entrepreneurship certificate Samantha Davis Bedford office technologies administrative assistant option Eric Gadley Bedford phlebotomy egg technician certificate Christen Hinson Bedford business management business entrepreneurship certificate Sara Lepley Bedford general studies Ashley Mcgill Bedford office technologies medical office systems option Elizabeth Toke Bedford business management accounting certificate Ashley Weyant Bedford office technologies medical office systems option Andrea Williams Bedford nursing Jason Smith Breezewood applied technical studies general studies Lori Claycomo Claysburg nursing Brandy Coughenour Hyndman phlebotomy egg technician certificate Staria Diehl Manns Choice applied technical studies Brady Schade new Paris business administration Megan Detwiler roaring Spring secondary education Amanda Smith roaring Spring business entrepreneurship certificate Suzanne Molosky sax ton nursing Debra Nayda Tice Schellsburg medical coding certificate and Lindsay Zimmerman Woodbury earn degrees six local residents have earned degrees from Shippensburg University. They Are Charlee Childers of new Enterprise Bachelor of arts Jaclyn Dibert of Bedford Bachelor of science in education Amber Hau of Everett masters of education Justin Smith of Artemas Bachelor of science in business administration Kellen Stiffler of new Enterprise Bachelor of science in education and Amy Whetstone of new Paris Bachelor of on list Twenty seven local residents were among More than 550 students from Saint Francis University named to the fall Dean s list. They Are Cory Arnold a biology major of Bedford Ashton Bartholow a biology major of Everett Maria Beck a occupational therapy major of roaring Spring Rebecca Bianconi a non degree student of roaring Spring Alicia Black a physician assistant science major of Everett Stephen Brazele a elementary education and special education major of Martinsburg Lindsey Burkett a occupational therapy major of Imler Marissa Buterbaugh a physical therapy major of Bedford Clay Dodson a physical therapy major of roaring Spring Mitchell Frederick an accounting major of roaring Spring Joshua Grey Leaf a biology major of Martinsburg Marlene Hileman a of roaring Spring Emilee Kurtz a physician assistant science major of Martinsburg Nicole Leach a physical therapy major of new Enterprise Jennifer Long a of roaring Spring Kathryn mock an accounting major of roaring Spring Maryellen Moringstar a , of Schellsburg Gregory Mountain a chemistry major of Imler Terra Norris a organizational leadership major of roaring Spring Kristen Ritchey a biology major of Imler Denise Sherlock a education certification major of Hopewell Laura Smith a chemistry major of Martinsburg Christy Staily a physical therapy major of Martinsburg Brittany Swartzwelder a physical therapy major of Everett Kara Topka a physician assistant science msgr of Schellsburg Joshua Weist a computer systems management major of Breezewood and Benjamin Woolaston a physician assistant science major of new , military news published free of charge education and military news items with or without photos Are published free of charge. Forms Are available by calling 623-1151, ext. 120. Information May be submitted by mail at Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn st., Bedford. A. 15522 by fax to 623-5055 or by email to
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