Niagara Gazette


July 29, 2013

Birth announcements published Sunday, July 28

Eastern Niagara Hospital

• LUSK: To Sarah G ross and Paul Lusk of Lockport, July 2, 2013, a daughter, Kyra Jo-lean.

Grandparents are Sharon and George Schlegel and Sally Lusk, all of Albion.

• BRANDT: To Erin Cain and Cody Brandt of Lockport, July 3, 2013, a daughter, Annaleigh Marie.

Grandparents are Stacey Pettitt and Michael Kubiak of Lockport, Joseph and Nicole Brandt of Appleton and Christopher Cain of Barker.

• HORVATH: To Ceale Walker and William Horvath of Lockport, July 4, 2013, a son, Tre’von Edward Justin.

Grandparents are Holly Banks and Lytie Wilson, both of Lockport.

Great-grandparents are Shirley Hale and Jerry Hale.

• REED: To Chara Reed of North Tonawanda, July 1, 2013, a daughter, Eden K.

Grandparents are Barbara Gauchat of North Tonawanda and Michael and Debbie Reed of West Seneca.

Great-grandparents are Lorraine Caroll and Katy Reed.

• BABIS: To Holly and Phillip Babis of Lockport, June 30, 2013, a daughter, Ashley Anne.

Grandparents are John and Pam Oatmeyer and John and Nancy Babis, all of Lockport.

• MODEN: To Jessica and Chad Moden of Lockport, June 28, 2013, a daughter, Raelyn Nicole.

Grandparents are James Nunnari, Doreen Irons, Paul Moden and Connie Robison.

Great-grandparents are Mayr Nunnari, Sandra and Henry Kirk, Mary Lou Kilbury and Florence Moden.

• WEBSTER: To Kelly Wilson and Jermaine Webster of Lockport, June 28, 2013, a son, Ja’Kya Breyon.

• NEAL: To Mia Baker and Rashan Neal, June 26, 2013, a daughter, Aradessa Colleen.

Grandparents are Maryann Guyett and Rita McKeithen and the late Coleen Anne Hotaling and Scott Allen Hotaling.

• STANLEY: To Jamie and Greg Stanley of Lockport, June 28, 2013, a son, Peyton Christopher Edward.

Grandparents are Anthony Mederski and Emilly Mederski of Clarence and Cody Stanley of Lockport.

• WHITNEY: To Nicole Whitney of Lockport, July 5, 2013, Ariel.

Grandparents are Kim Whitney and Darlene Bennett, both of Hamburg.

• MARSHALL: To Jamie Marshall of Lockport, July 7, 2013, a son, Joseph Henry.

Grandparents are Chyrl Marshall, Joe and Brenda Fries and Henry and Carsee Herring, all of Lockport.

• JOHNSON: To Megan Leatherman and Dakota Johnson of Albion, July 4, 2013, a daughter, Skyler Grace.

Grandparents are Shannon and Gary Lawton of Medina, Richard and Renee Leatherman of North Tonawanda, Suzanne Fugate and Mark Johnson, both of Albion.

Great-grandparents are Kevin and Fran McCall of Florida.

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