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LOPEZ — Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dean Lopez greeted their first child, a girl, Lindi Sophia Nava Lopez, weighing 7 pounds 7.8 ounces on Oct. 21, 2011 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lopez the former Shayna Linn Nava.
DIAZ — Mr. and Mrs. Jared Diaz greeted their second child, a girl, Midori Inez Kaipolani Diaz, weighing 8 pounds 0.4 ounces on Oct. 21, 2011 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Diaz the former Lenney Yamamoto.
LIBERATO-AVIGUETERO — Chrystal Joy Liberato and Sandy Aviguetero greeted their first child, a boy, Kylan Shawn Kaulana Liberato-Aviguetero, weighing 5 pounds 12.9 ounces on Oct. 15, 2011 at Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
CUMMINGS — Nicole Eliades and Maluhia Cummings greeted their second child, a boy, Lanakila O ka lahui’o’kahiau Cummings, weighing 7 pounds 3.4 ounces on Oct. 15, 2011 at Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
FARIAS-NAVOR — Sherille Farias and Brandon Navor greeted their fourth child, a boy, Xyden Ricardo Farias-Navor, weighing 7 pounds 8.1 ounces on Oct. 13, 2011 at Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
GONSALVES — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gonsalves greeted their third child, a girl, Elena Nevaeh Kamalamalamaonalani Gonsalves, weighing 6 pounds 6.3 ounces on Oct. 18, 2011 at Wilcox Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Patsy Gonsalves is the former Patsy Sua-Dias.
HOLWEGNER — Mr. and Mrs. John and Summer Holwegner greeted their child, a boy, Silas David Holwegner, weighing 6 pounds 3.5 ounces on Oct. 18, 2011 at Wilcox Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Holwegner is the former Summer Medeiros.
ELIZALDE — Mr. and Mrs. Hector Elizalde greeted their sixth child, a boy, Antonio Luis Elizalde, weighing 6 ounces 14.2 ounces on Oct. 18, 2011 at Wilcox Memorial Hosptial. Mrs. Sonya Elizalde is the former Sonya Burciaga.
KA‘IAKAPU — Mr. and Mrs. Koty Ka’iakapu greeted their twins, a girl, Ekolu Nauaokalanimakailila Kawaimakalehua Kukauakahikahanu Keaweehu Ka‘iakapu, weighing 5 pounds 4.1 ounces, and a boy, Jed Keanu Kunalehauolimekeaonei Kukauakahikahanu Keaweehu Ka‘iakapu, weighing 5 pounds 2 ounces, on Oct. 18, 2011 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ka‘iakapu the former Crystal Kanoho.
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