DORMONSTERS
& DEBUTANTES
Russ, Greg
& Terry Farrell
Whatchu Talkin' 'Bout Willis?
CAIN'S SALOON
Dormont, Pennsylvania
September, 2011
Robert Rush &
His Lovely Daughter, Jaimie
Dan & Diane
PRESENTS
Dan & His Niece, Jaimie
Bob, Chris Bane & Dutchie
Jaimie & Niece Kelly
Dan & Niece Leanna
Diane & Kathy Bereksazi
Vanessa & Her Man
The Esteemed
Gary Scoulos, Esq.
Mr. & Mrs. Bereksazi
Chooch & Bowie
Bowie Donahue
The Paddy O'Connell
When in Rome...
Diane & Donnie McGreevey
Chooch
Da Boog & the Debutante
Nancy Arch & Diane
Dutchie & Greg Rush
Ru & Buggs
Friends Since 1963
Ru & Russ
Friends Since 1967
Dormont's Finest
Diane & Niece Audrey
Chad & Bryan Cook
Bob, Mr. Mike & Big Sis Linda
Mike & Leanna McLellan
DORMONT
This one-square mile of land outside of Pittsburgh was originally territory that was held by the Delaware
and Shawnee tribes until 1768 when the territory was part of the transaction in which Fort Stanwix was
purchased from the Six Nations. In following years, Dormont’s area was part of Cumberland County,
Pitt Township in Bedford County, Penn Township in Washington County, and finally, St. Clair Township
in Allegheny County in 1788.  Dormont means "Mountain of Gold" in French.