Summit’s May births |

Summit’s May births

■ Melody Tyler Hren was born on May 1 to Amanda and Daniel Hren of Silverthorne.

■ Calix Carl Ciarloni was born on May 2 to Rilla Eaton and Bartosz Cairloni of Alma.

■ Maverick Levi Hackett was born on May 3 to Mark and Yaima of Dillon.

■ Gage Ray Richard Breinling was born on May 4 to Dustin and Heather Breinling of Kremmling.

■ Maggie Leia Boyle was born on May 8 to Jason and Virginia Boyle of Keystone.

■ Maximus Ray Kugler was born on May 11 to Ivanka and Anthony Kugler of Kremmling.

■ Violet Ray-Valerie Taylor was born on May 12 to Mariah Hildreth and Chris Taylor of Fairplay.

■ Oliver Parker Faoutas was born on May 16 to Abigail and Thomas of Dillon.

■ Adalee Jacqueline Shutes was born on May 18 to Cassondra and Bryan Shutes of Kremmling.

■ Brady Parker Dua was born on May 18 to Joy and Nick Dua of Silverthorne.

■ Aubree Joy Wong was born on May 19 to Jenny and J.W. Wong of Frisco.

■ Presley Jade Wong was born on May 19 to Jenny and J.W. Wong of Frisco.

■ Renata Idali Rea Gomez was born on May 23 to Maria A. Gomez and Christian David Rea of Dillon.

■ Theadore Timothy Hocking was born on May 24 to Jeff and Kelsey of Alma.

■ Haven Livia Tharp was born on May 24 to Mike and Livia Tharp of Wildernest.

■ Aidan Kristopper Bateman was born on May 24 to Kait and Erik Bateman of Keystone.

■ Charles Henry Bear Cragg was born on May 24 to Simon Cragg and Claire Warnes of Breckenridge.

■ Avery Rose Kelly was born on May 26 to Daniel and Charistian Kelly of Buena Vista.

■ Francesca Marie Mazone was born on May 26 to Joshua and Yvette Mazone of Summit County.

■ Timothy Shaun Twaddell was born on May 28 to Loretta and Timothy Twaddell of Fairplay.

■ Mae Lucille Waddick was born on May 28 to Liz and John Waddick of Breckenridge.

■ Faith Chyanne Medina was born on May 30 to James Medina and Brianna Trujillo of Leadville.

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