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Byline: The Register-Guard

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Births

SACRED HEART MEDICAL CENTER Eugene Nov. 15, 2001

HAMPTON - Heather and James Hampton, of Eugene, a son.

WAGGONER-PUTZIER - Mickie Waggoner and Joshua Putzier, of Eugene, a son.

Nov. 16, 2001

PAUL - Juliet Neelankavil and Prince Paul, of Eugene, a son.

Nov. 17, 2001

ENGSTROM - Madelynn and Eron Engstrom, of Springfield, a son.

KIVIL - Janie and Eriver Kivil, of Cottage Grove, a daughter.

WALSH - Lisa and Luke Walsh, of Eugene, a son.

Nov. 18, 2001

GROSSMILLER - Jami and Cary Grossmiller, of Junction City, a daughter.

HOGAN - Rachelle and Matthew Hogan, of Harrisburg, a daughter.

MULLIGAN-GROVE - Karen Mulligan and Jeramy Groves, of Springfield, a daughter.

Nov. 19, 2001

BECERRA - Kristina and Gerardo Becerra, of Springfield, a son.

CHAPIN-COOLEY - Nicole Chapin and Ryan Cooley, of Junction City, a son.

HERNANDEZ - DeDe and Adrian Hernandez, of Eugene, a daughter.

NIELSEN - Tiffany and Greg Nielsen, of Eugene, a son.

WARD-DOOLEY - Angela Ward and Nathan Dooley, of Springfield, a son.

Nov. 20, 2001

FORTE - Kimberly and Paul Forte, of Junction City, a son.

HUMPHREY - Melinda and Kevin Humphrey, of Springfield, a son.

MELTABARGER - Allison and Timothy Meltabarger, of Eugene, a daughter.

RUE - Staci and Michael Rue, of Veneta, a daughter.

SNOW - Brenda and Gary Snow, of Elmira, a son.

Nov. 21, 2001

LEMA - Sharlee and Anthony Lema, of Springfield, a son.

McKENZIE-WILLAMETTE HOSPITAL Springfield Nov. 12, 200

BORNGASSER - Deirdre Swarts and Douglass Borngasser, of Eugene, a son.

Nov. 13, 2001

CARMACK - Gretchen and Joseph Carmack, of Eugene, a daughter.

Nov. 14, 2001

MANCUSO - Candice and Marcus Stambaugh,, of Springfield, a son.

SHARMA - Mary and Dev Sharma, of Springfield, a daughter.

Nov. 15, 2001

CONLON - Sheila and Timothy Conlon, of Eugene, a daughter.

CRABB - Nita and Kenneth Crabb, of Harrisburg, a daughter.

SCHACHT-JOHNSON - Dorothy Schacht Johnson and Eric Johnson, of Monroe, a daughter.

Nov. 16, 2001

CASLEY - Shannon and Jeffrey Casley, of Springfield, a son.

WALKER - Rebecca and Aaron Walker, of Junction City, a son.

Nov. 17, 2001

ADAMS - Shirlene and Joshua Adams, of Creswell, a son.

TENOLD - Jacqueline and Scott Tenold, of Springfield, a daughter.

Nov. 18, 2001

GRUBBS - Kimberly and Nathaniel Grubbs, of Creswell, a daughter.

Nov. 19, 2001

BUSBY - Tracy and Gavin Busby, of Eugene, a daughter.

GOMPERT - Leslie and William Gompert, of Eugene, a son.

KNOX - Jamie and Eric Knox, of Harrisburg, a son.

LESHER - Ingrid and Joshua Lesher, of Springfield, a daughter.

PATTERSON - Jill and Daniel Patterson, of Springfield, a son.

Nov. 20, 2001

BELL - Allison and Neider Bell, of Veneta, a daughter.

HOLM-OSWALD - Jessika Holm and Gene Oswald, of Springfield, a son.

KESSEL-SCHNELLE - Crystal Kessel and Dustin Schnelle, of Eugene, a daughter.

LEWIS - Alison and Dustin Lewis, of Eugene, a son.

NELSON - Shelley and Edward Nelson, of Springfield, a son.

SCHAEFFER-WILCOX - Kristina Schaeffer and Benjamin Wilcox, of Springfield, a daughter. …

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