Births

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Births


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- Kaila Johansson, March 16 to Jenna and Charlie Johansson, Round Lake. Grandparents: Kurt Johnson, Fox Lake; Susan and Lawrence Beyer, Lake Villa; Leonard and Susan Johansson, Round Lake. Great-grandparents: Helene Kiefer, Northbrook; Karl Johansson, McHenry; Gabriella Johansson, McHenry.

- Nicholas Andrew Raidart, March 16 to Jennifer Frawley and Andy Raidart, Beach Park. Brother of Ashley Raidart-Alden, and Aron and Leanna Raidart. Grandparents: Sylvester and Yon Ae Haynes, Lindenhurst; Joyce Raidart, Zion. Great-grandmothers: Murtle Frawley, Gurnee; Lorraine Ratliff, Zion.

- Ruby Vazquez Diaz, March 17 to Ramiro Vazquez and Blanca Diaz, Waukegan. Sister of Emanuel and David. Grandparents: Ismael Vazquez and Maria Teresa Martinez, Guanajuato, Mexico; Romulo Diaz and Alejandra Vargas, Puebla, Mexico. Great-grandparents: Silvestre Vazquez and Maximina Rojas, Guanajuato, Mexico; Francisco Vargas and Trinidad Rosensway, Mexico.

- Bianca Gregoria Elias, March 17 to Jesus Elias and Elizabeth Montiah, Round Lake Park. Sister of Enrique and Vanessa Cadena, and Andrea Elias. Grandparents: Jesus Elias and Gregoria Santibaizez, Silao, Guanajuato, Mexico.

- Perla Munoz, March 17 to Juan Jose Munoz Martinez and Elizabeth Andrade Tinoco. Grandparents: Pedro Munoz Suares and Maria del Refugio Martinez, Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, Mexico; Juan Andrade Lopez and Angelita Tinoco Guzman, Huandacareo, Michoacan, Mexico. Great-grandparents: Santos Martinez and Kika Enriquez, Las del Moreno, Jalisco, Mexico; Anparo Tinoco and Elezar Guzman, Huandacareo, Michoacan, Mexico.

- James Douglas Peleska, March 17 to Melissa Abercrombie and Jeremy Peleska, Antioch. Brother of John Carl "J.C." Grandparents: Deanne and Lenon Abercrombie Jr. Grayslake; Jerry and Doris Peleska, Ingleside. Great-grandparents: Frances Peleska, Round Lake Park; Sylvia and Lenon Abercrombie Sr. Round Lake; Harold Boelter, Antigo, Wis.

- Yisel Ana Rodriguez, March 17 to Jesus and Nallely Rodriguez, Park City. Grandparents: Jose Quinones and Margarita Renteria, Chicago; Ignacio Rodriguez and Guadalupe Mireles. Great- grandparents: Mersed Quinones and Lucina Contreras, Durango, Mexico; Salvador Rodriguez.

- William Alexander Castaneda, March 18 to Felimon and Anna Castaneda, Round Lake Beach. Brother of Michael, Kristine and Rachel. Grandparents: Guadalupe and Isidrel Lanito, Manuel and Feliciana Castaneda, all of Mexico.

- Michael Bernard Deering, March 18 to Regan and Brian Deering, Libertyville. Grandparents: Sally and Michael Andreas, Decatur; Carol and Bernard Deering, Decatur; Shelly and the late Sam Stallworth Jr., Tampa, Fla. Great-grandparents: Beverly and Sam Stallworth Sr., Tampa, Fla.; Inez and Dwayne Andreas, Decatur; Joyce Susskind, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

- Edan Emmanuel Figueroa, March 18 to Ana Mena and Edgar Figueroa. Brother of Brandon Hernandez and Edgar Figueroa. Grandparent: M. Del Carmen Gomez Contreras, Mexico.

- Cory Anthony LaShawn Jones Jr., March 18 to Katrice L. Martin and Cory Anthony LaShawn Jones, Waukegan. Brother of Terrence L. Woods Jr., Tremayne D. Martin and Omunigue L. Jones. Grandparents: Barbara and Don Martin, Zion; Belinda Jones and Lynn Daniels, Waukegan. Great-grandparents: Pearl Warren, North Chicago; Clorine and J.D. Daniels, Waukegan; Lucille Martin, Waukegan.

- Shannon E. Mahoney, March 18 to Sean and Elizabeth Mahoney, Wadsworth. Grandparents: Walt and Barb Porembski, Wadsworth; Tom and Rosemary Mahoney, Indianapolis, Ind. Great-grandfather: Robert Miller, Dunedin, Fla. …

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