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posted: 5/7/2012 6:00 AM

Wheeling ladies still going strong at 100+

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  • From left, Rose Raia, Teresa Burns, Anna Julia Kamysz, Mary Hegarty Lindh, Eleanor Hawxhurst, Lorraine Hayden Deneen and Margaret Cmarik celebrate their birthdays.

       From left, Rose Raia, Teresa Burns, Anna Julia Kamysz, Mary Hegarty Lindh, Eleanor Hawxhurst, Lorraine Hayden Deneen and Margaret Cmarik celebrate their birthdays.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Mary Hegarty Lindh talks about life after 100. She will turn 102 this year.

       Mary Hegarty Lindh talks about life after 100. She will turn 102 this year.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

 

Seven ladies at Addolorata Villa in Wheeling can say something most people cannot -- that they were alive when the Titanic sank 100 years ago this past April.

They may not remember that fateful day, but they do know how much the world -- and society -- has changed in their lifetimes.

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The women were honored last week with a Centennial Mass recognizing them for reaching the age of 100 or older.

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