Births

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- Josh Kristopher G. Dalida, March 30 to Amphee and Danny Dalida, Round Lake Beach. Brother of Jernel, Jeremy and Joanne. Grandparents: Rogelio and Nelia Guillarte, Round Lake Beach; Rosario Dalida-Abao, New Orleans.

- Angel Garcia, March 30 to Juvenal Garcia and Elvia Soto, Round Lake Beach. Brother of Jeccica and Eric Garcia. Grandparents: Adelayda Pille and Juan Garcia, Marhta Rivera and Leonardo Soto, all of Mexico.

- Alina Oropeza, March 30 to Jesus Ignacio Oropeza and Martha Dirzo, Mundelein. Sister of Jesus Oropeza. Grandparents: Ignacio Oropeza and Martha Figueroa, Mundelein; Juan Dirzo and Arminda Huicochea, Guerrero, Mexico.

- Taylor Anne Wooldridge, March 30 to Leslie Wooldridge and Edward Tiedje. Grandparents: Matthew and Faith Wooldridge, Zion; Bob Tiedje, Spring Grove; Maureen Tiedje, Sun City, Ill. Great- grandparents: Bill and Sharon Wooldridge, Jackson, Mo.; James and Velma Whitaker, Hannibal, Mo.

- Mark McCann Zonavetch, March 30 to Shawn and Dan Zonavetch, Vernon Hills. Grandparents: Gerald and Louise McCann, Dunlap, Ill.; Joy Nelson, Bill and Beverly Zonavetch, all of the Chicago area.

- Joselyn Tlacuapa Chavez, March 31 to Crispin Tlacuapa and Lidia Chavez. Grandparents: Silvestre Tlacuapa and Berta Pelcastre, Eusaquio Chavez and the late M. Eena Angeles, all of Carpinteros, Metzquititlan, Mexico. Great-grandparents: Pedro Chavez and Marina Garcia, Mexico.

- Diego Duran Lomeli, March 31 to Monica Lomeli and Alfonso Duran, Round Lake. Brother of Jose and Alondra Duran. Grandparents: Antonio Lomeli and Martha Navarro, Jose Duran and Petra Munos, all of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. …

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