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• SARMIENTO • LOVE • KILAR • BARRETTO • ABALOS • CRUZ • OMO • BAYOT
SARMIENTO — Mr. and Mrs. Kauhi Sarmiento greeted their first child, a boy Hezekiah Naluho’omalieik-amoana Kauhi Sarmiento weighing 7 pounds. 3.5 ounces on April 26 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Sarmiento is the former Lillian McDaniels.
LOVE — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Love greeted their second child, a girl Maile Kristine Love weighing 7 pounds. 5.5 ounces on April 29 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Love is the former Kristy Pieratt.
KILAR — Mr. and Mrs. Kyler Kilar greeted their second child, a girl Alana Rose Kilar weighing 5 pounds. 15.3 ounces on May 1 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Kilar is the former Heather Klemm.
BARRETTO — Mr. and Mrs. Kaipo Barretto greeted their first child, a boy Kaisen Keli’i Barretto weighing 6 pounds. 12 ounces on May 1 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Barretto is the former Riza Andres.
ABALOS — Mr. and Mrs. David Abalos greeted their second child, a girl Irie Raiyn Sachiko Abalos weighing 6 pounds. 8.9 ounces on May 3 at Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Abalos is the former Shereen Fujita.
CRUZ — Shana Amulacion and Frank Cruz Jr. greeted their first child, a boy Seraph-John Napu Kiko Cruz weighing 6 pounds 13.4 ounces on May 8 at Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital.
OMO — Mr. & Mrs. Cheston Omo greeted their first child, a girl Carsyn Love Kauilani Omo weighing 5 pounds 15.5 ounces on May 12 at Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Omo is the former Ashleen Pantil.
BAYOT — Shyenne Banasihan and Rilen Bayot greeted their first child, a boy Rysen-Duke Keolaokalani Poncio Bayot weighing 6 pounds 6.8 ounces on May 9 at Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital.
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