Births

Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington

PRYOR, Emily and John, Stanwood, boy, Aug. 6.

TODD, Mindy and Andy, Marysville, boy, Aug. 7.

WILLIAMS, Shannon, Marysville, boy, Aug. 9.

Stevens Hospital, Edmonds

LUCE, Amanda, Mountlake Terrace, girl, Aug. 5.

BRONSON, Krista and Jason, Lynnwood, boy, Aug. 6.

ONUFREYCHUK, Inna, and BRADFORD, Derick, Lynnwood, girl, Aug. 11.

GENTRY, Gina, and LORENZO, Tracy, Lynnwood, girl, Aug. 12.

CHAPMAN, Lisa and Jeff, Everett, girl, Aug. 10.

EBEL, Tamayra and Rick, Lynnwood, boy, Aug. 8.

COHOON, Chandra, and PEDERSON, Brent, Lynnwood, boy, Aug. 9.

Valley General Hospital, Monroe

SERRANO LOPEZ, Teresa, and JAUREGUI, Jose, Monroe, boy, Aug. 7.

Providence Everett Medical Center, Everett

OLVER, Rianne, and McGINTY, John, Everett, boy, Aug. 4.

NADRI, Sanda, and ELARKIL, Domique, Everett, girl, Aug. 2.

CROSS, Sara and Adam, Bothell, girl, Aug. 4.

VAN VOLKENBURG, Staci and Shawn, Snohomish, boy, Aug. 4.

PIRONE, Jennifer, Everett, girl, Aug. 5.

NIELSON, Sharon, Marysville, boy, Aug. 5.

SULLIVAN, Monica and Kevin, Everett, boy, Aug. 5.

REID, Stephanie and John, Marysville, girl, Aug. 5.

TSIRCOU, Kelly and Andreas, Everett, boy, Aug. 5.

BAKER, Amy and Rick, Arlington, boy, Aug. 5.

HEATH, Kristi and Ryan, Lake Stevens, girl, Aug. 6.

WILLIAMS, Aia, and POWERS, Bryan, Lake Stevens, girl, Aug. 6.

CRANDALL, Heather and Jason, Camano Island, girl, Aug. 6.

HOOPMAN, Mandy, and ROGERS, Shawn, Marysville, girl, Aug. 6.

WAGESTER, Diane and Matt, Lynnwood, girl, Aug. 6.

SHERWOOD, Misty and Woody, Everett, girl, Aug. 6.

RAMIREZ, Kathalenea and Juan, Everett, girl, Aug. 6.

RIDGEWAY, Staci, Everett, boy, Aug. 6.

BOWLING, Joanna and Bo, Granite Falls, girl, Aug. 7.

GALBRAITH, Bridgett, and HUGHES, Michael, Everett, boy, Aug. 7.

GELINAS, Tiffany, and BELTER, Sean, Everett, boy, Aug. 7.

FIGUEROA, Yanet, and MUNOZ, Jose Luis, Everett, boy, Aug. 7.

SIEVERS, Angie and Pat, Everett, boy, Aug. 7.

LAYMAN, Aria and David, Everett, girl, Aug. 8.

INGRA-NUNEZ, Heidi, and NUNEZ-CORTES, Hector, Mukilteo, girl, Aug. 8.

GABBARD, Lacey, and BETHEL, Willard III, Everett, boy, Aug. 8.

NIXON, Amour and Rickey, Everett, boy, Aug. 8.

VINCENT, Kirrish, and CUMMING, J.P., Darrington, boy, Aug. 8.

CROOTE, Chrystal and Bobby, Lake Stevens, boy, Aug. 8.

VRTIS, Kari and William, Lynnwood, boy, Aug. 8.

COMPTON, Andrea, and JOHNSTONE, Rod, Everett, boy, Aug. 8.

HUSTON, NIcole, and ANDERSON, Jeremy, Arlington, girl, Aug. 8.

MOORE, Hollyann, Stanwood, girl, Aug. 9.

FLOM, Keri, and YOUNG, Jason, Everett, girl, Aug. 9.

HLAS, Amanda, Marysville, girl, Aug. 9.

JUAREZ, Maria and Armando, Everett, girl, Aug. 9.

GODWIN, Alison and Travis, Everett, boy, Aug. 10.

HENSON, Cassi and Shima, Marysville, boy, Aug. 10.

SIEBERG, Christina and Shawn, Marysville, boy, Aug. 10.

BROSSARD, Nikole and Kenneth, Everett, girl, Aug. 10.

BEAUDOIN, Pamela and Christopher, Monroe, girl, Aug. 10.

QUICK, Amy and Tyler, Arlington, girl, Aug. 10.

EASTMAN, Megan and Joseph, Lake Stevens, girl, Aug. 10.

TALLY, Cheyenne and R.J., Snohomish, girl, Aug. 10.

RATH, Heather and Kyle, Marysville, boy, Aug. 10.

JONES, Iesha, and FERGUSON, Mike, Marysville, boy, Aug. 11.

BRIGHTON-CASTILLO, Casandra, and CASTILLO, Ernesto, Everett, boy, Aug. 11.

CANNER, Christina and Sam, Everett, girl, Aug. 11.

GUDORF, Amy and Joseph, Everett, girl, Aug. 11.

CROWDER, Kristen and Kevin, Monroe, girl, Aug. 11.

PRIEST, Dana, and PRUITT, Michael, Arlington, girl, Aug. 11.

TSUKAMOTO, Chisato, and EL HAYEK, Issa, Everett, boy, Aug. 12.

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