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Births 10/29/07

Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital

Sept. 30

Sharp and Napitupulu: A boy was born to Amy Sharp and Simon Napitupulu.



Oct. 1

Perez: A girl was born to Rebeca Perez.




Smith: A girl was born to Blake and Breanne Smith.

Oct. 2

Bergeron: A girl was born to Brandon and Cori Bergeron.

Smeltzley and Nelson: A girl was born to Darrel Smeltzley and Natasha Nelson.

Oct. 4

George and Richert: A girl was born to Lori George and Matthew Richert.

Oct. 5

Haley and Crovo: A boy was born to Travis Haley and Wrynna Crovo.

Oct. 8

Fogleman: A boy was born to KaLika and Robert Fogleman.

Telford: A girl was born to Jason and Tanya Telford.

Oct. 9

Miner and Long: A girl was born to Kirk Miner and Christy Long.

Oct. 10

Williams and Anspach: A girl was born to Charlie Williams and Ashley Anspach.

Nathan: A boy was born to Lauren Nathan.

Pistone and Stephan: A boy was born to DeLia Pistone and Scott Stephan.

Oct. 11

Burnett and Johnson: A boy was born to Scott Burnett and Jennifer Johnson.

Steinbach: A boy was born to Heather and Troy Steinbach.

Oct. 17

Boyes: A girl was born to Carrie and Derek Boyes.

Bradanini: A girl was born to James and Kristi Bradanini.

Oct. 18

Andrews: A girl was born to Chris and Stephanie Andrews.

Oct. 19

Aaron: A girl was born to Scott and Karla Aaron.

Pettinato: A girl was born to Gigi and Dave Pettinato.

Jeffrey: A boy was born to Daniel and Stephanie Jeffrey.

Hoagland: A girl was born to Julie and Dan Hoagland.

Oct. 21

Wagner and Wilkins: A girl was born to Andre Wagner and Sara Wilkins.

Ricketts: A girl was born to Sarah and John Ricketts.

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Oct. 12

Jones: A boy was born to Samantha and Bjorn Jones at their parents’ Grass Valley home.


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