Providence Everett Medical Center, Everett

AUDET, Andra and Jeff, Camano Island, girl, June 7

YATES, Donelle and Brent, Edmonds, boy, June 18

DANA, Shelly, Snohomish, boy, June 18

WENNERBERG, Diane and Arne, Stanwood, girl, June 18

LAUPOLA, Tillie, Everett, boy, June 19

LIFFRIG, Heather and Billy, Snohomish, girl, June 19

SCARSELLA, Christina and GOVER, Jonathan, Marysville, boy, June 19

CAMPBELL, Amy and Sean, Everett, girl, June 19

STEEVES, Chellie and Shaun, Stanwood, boy, June 19

WATKINS, Liza and Randy, Lake Stevens, boy, June 19

HARRISON, Ashley and IVARRA, David, Marysville, boy, June 20

LOCKE, Jodi and Scott, Marysville, boy, June 20

COX, Deana and SEAMAN, Cody, Everett, girl, June 20

BAUER, Monica and Jason, Everett, boy, June 20

MARKUS, Jacira and John A., Stanwood, girl, June 20

BEEBE, Isolde and Kevin, Snohomish, boy, June 20

GAIDAICKUK, Natalya and Nikolay, Everett, boy, June 20

ANDERSON, Khara and GUERRA, Alex, Everett, boy, June 21

BANIAGA, Marivic and Anthony, Everett, girl, June 21

LARSON, Karissa, Everett, girl, June 21

NOBLES, Kendra, Everett, girl, June 21

RUSS, Jennyfer and Rodney, Arlington, girl, June 21

CLARK, Dawn and Dave, Marysville, girl, June 22

BENYAMEEN, Sarah and Charlie, Bothell, boy, June 22

WEHL, Nicole and Kenneth, Everett, girl, June 22

SPENCER, Allison and Joshua, Granite Falls, girl, June 22

REED, Amee and Keith, Marysville, boy, June 22

CARROLL, Sherry and Kevin, Camano Island, girl, June 22

NEVILLS, Tina and Matt, Bothell, girl, June 22

FRAIRE, Ariadna and GALINDO, Modesto, Everett, boy, June 22

GREGORY, Kelsey and WALKER, Cecil, Everett, boy, June 23

KING, Tracy and EHLING, Daren, Marysville, boy, June 24

HURLESS, Aime and Joshua, Camano Island, girl, June 26

FELTON, Racheal and Robert, Everett, boy, June 26

HALL, Lynn and Scott, Everett, boy, June 26

WOODHULL, Angie and STERLING, Ernie, Kenmore, girl, June 27

MULLINS, Lisa and Joe, Granite Falls, boy, June 28

HOYDEN, Roberta and Douglas, Lake Stevens, girl, June 28

Whidbey General Hospital, Coupeville

ELLIS, Melissa C. and COONCE, Marcus L. T., Oak Harbor, boy, June 29

SHEPARD, Danae and Justin, Oak Harbor, boy, June 30

ST. JOHN, Michelle S., Oak Harbor, boy, July 1

Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington

MECHAM, Louise, Arlington, boy, June 29

MERRIFIELD, Vanessa and Chris, Arlington, boy, June 29

MULLEN, Amberjean and Dan, Darrington, boy, June 30

JULIEN, Jacquelyn and Johann, Arlington, girl, July 2

PETERSON, Sheila and Jason, Arlington, boy, July 3

AHLBERG, Tasha and MAHER, Tony, Marysville, boy, July 3

Valley General Hospital, Monroe

VALENCIA-VALLADARES, Fidelina, Marysville, boy, June 28

YAZDI, Bahareh and WASHBURN, Robert, Monroe, boy, June 30

WAGNER, Jamie and James, Snohomish, girl, July 2

Stevens Hospital, Edmonds

ESTRADA, Monique and Jorge, Lynnwood, girl, June 16

BEIRNE, Krista and Jim, Edmonds, girl, June 21

McCRAY, Teresita and William, Edmonds, boy, June 21

PAPPAS, Bonnie and Dale, Everett, girl, June 21

LIM, Yunsung and Sang, Edmonds, boy, June 22

POLICH, Somer and William, Lynnwood, boy, June 23

UHERKA, Kara and HARTMAN, Doug, Edmonds, boy, June 23

COOPER, Lona and DAQUILA, Ty, Everett, boy, June 24

HOWSON, Carol and Norm, Lynnwood, girl, June 24

STANLEY, Michelle and McKINNEY, Dennis, Lynnwood, girl, June 24

RODRIQUEZ, Ruth and JIMENEZ, Israel, Lynnwood, boy, June 25

STREITLER, Stephanie and Timothy, Clinton, girl, June 27

RUSSELL, Therese and Doug, Everett, boy, June 28

COOK, Michelle and Robb, Everett, boy, July 1

STARK, Carrie and Jason, Everett, girl, July 4

CANTU, Desiree and TRICHLER, Travis, Edmonds, boy, July 4

WARD, Amber and Chris, Lake Stevens, boy, July 4

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