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Barton Memorial Hospital births through June 17, 2009

AMARO-MOZZOCHI – a son, ALESSANDRO VICTOR, born June 13, 2009, to Victor Amaro and Kristin Mozzochi of South Lake Tahoe.

CALVA-LEAL – a son, SANTIAGO, born June 14, 2009, to Javier Calva and Sara Leal of South Lake Tahoe.

CRAWFORD – a son, JOSIAH RAY, born June 14, 2009, to Celia Crawford of Markleeville.



FINCH – a daughter, BAYLEE CHERAE, born June 17, 2009, to Jeffery Finch and Charlene Benitez of Carson City.

HAUETER – a son, ETHAN PATRICK, born June 11, 2009, to Charles and Alicia Haueter of South Lake Tahoe.




HERNANDEZ – a son, ALEXANDER RODRIGUEZ, born June 16, 2009, to Julio and Maria Elena Hernandez of Gardnerville.

LAMM – a son, HUNTER JASON, born June 14, 2009, to Jason and Arin Lamm of Wellington, Nev.

MARISCAL-MARTINEZ – a son, DAMIAN, born June 14, 2009, to Jesus Mariscal and Claudia Martinez of South Lake Tahoe.

NEWTON – a son, ROBERT WILLIAM, born June 15, 2009, to Robert and Trisha Newton of Carson City.

PANTOJA-SOLORSANO – a daughter, MELISSA, born June 15, 2009, to Jose Pantoja and Maria Solorsano of South Lake Tahoe.

POLLOCK – a daughter, KYLIE ANN BLANCHE, born June 11, 2009, to David and Kelly Pollock of South Lake Tahoe.

PULIDO – a daughter, OHSIRIZ, born June 14, 2009, to Gerardo and Ana Pulido of South Lake Tahoe.

RUELAS – a son, DENINSSON ALEJANDRO, born June 11, 2009, to Alejandro and Azucena Ruelas of Carson City.

SMITH – a son, AIDEN KAIRECY, born June 16, 2009, to Monica Hernandez-Mata of South Lake Tahoe.

SWINGER – a son, JET, born June 12, 2009, to Rudy and Tahnee Swinger of Bakersfield, Calif.

TIBBETTS – a son, ABBOTT DEAN, born June 12, 2009, to Christina Tibbetts of South Lake Tahoe.


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