Babies born in Summit County May 2010
Reported from the birth center at St. Anthony’s SummitMay 1Cristopher Licea Rodriguez was born to Jacobo Licea and Laura Rodriguez of DillonMay 8Owen Daniel Robertson was born to Naesa & Mark Robertson of Alma May 9Andrea Varela was born to German Varela & Alicia Zacarias of DillonHaidelys Nicole Santiago was born to Abigail Santiago of LeadvilleKaitlyn Rose Lankhorst was born to Christy& Chris Lankhorst of DillonMay 11John Deputy Burnette was born to Liz & Johnny Burnette of BreckenridgeMay 13Aaron David Valverde-Garro was born to Priscila Garro & Oscar Valverde of SilverthorneKenneth Alan Neill was born to Mayra & David Neill of Silver PlumeMay 15Yanira Mendoza Martinez was born to Roberto & Maria Mendoza of DillonMay 16Axel Joseph Knipp was born to Deanna & Jason Knipp of SilverthorneMay 17 Rivers Morgan Boyd was born to Kaitlin Boyd & Bruce Ganoong of Summit Cove/DillonMay 18 Logan Thomas Kerr was born to Leanna & David Kerr of BreckenridgeGrace Marie Adrian was born to Tim & Elizabeth Adrian of FriscoMay 19 Camden Michael Luckett was born to Tim & Amy Luckett of FriscoMay 20Owen James Nienhouse was born to Andrea & Gregory Nienhouse of BreckenridgeMaya Dorothea Fiedler was born to Frauke & Peter of SilverthorneMay 22Charlotte Monique Phillips was born to Nicole & Derek Phillips of BreckenridgeMay 23Caleb Arthur Melninkaitis was born to Elizabeth & Jonas Melninkaitis of FriscoMay 25Ociel Perez was born to Ociel Perez and Nancy Lopez of LeadvilleMay 26Maggie Akiko Kusumoto was born to Tara & Joe Kusumoto of SilverthorneMay 27 Genevieve Sarai Lucio was born to Juan & Camille Lucio of FriscoSofia Pilar Salazar was born to Katie & Bob Salazar of SilverthorneMay 31 Samuel David Chambers was born to Jennifer and Jay Chambers of SilverthorneLucy Rose Worcester was born to Kelly and Jarvie Worcester of Blue RiverMay 30 Finn David Golden was born to Tanya Kanning and Josh Golden of Sliverthorne
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