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UPMC to Honor Six Centenarians at Cumberland Crossings Manor

WHAT: UPMC will celebrate the 100+-year lives of six residents of Cumberland Crossings Manor, a UPMC Senior Community. Family, friends and Cumberland Crossings residents and staff will honor their lives with music, sweets and treats.
WHY: With a combined 607 years of life and experiences, these extraordinary women and men have stories to tell and advice to share. More Americans than ever are living to 100 and beyond, providing special reasons to celebrate.
  • Reba and Marion, each 100 years old
  • Angela and Esther, each 101 years old
  • Mary, age 102
  • Agnes, age 103

WHEN: 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 20

WHERE: Cumberland Crossings Manor, 9350 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, 15237
Note to media: To cover this event, prior arrangements must be made by contacting Ashley Trentrock at 412-529-9092 or

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