Stork Report

Stork Report

Babies born to parents in the North Okanagan between Feb. 21, 2017 and March 16, 2017

  • Mar. 31, 2017 9:45 a.m.

Feb. 21: Born to Lee and Tiffany Polson of Vernon, a boy, 7 lbs., named Nixon James. A brother for Finlay. A grandson for Sam and Kelly Polson of Enderby, Claire Smith and Dale Stutt of Armstrong, Deanna Polson of Vernon, Gary and Leah Smith of Armstrong. A great-grandson for Albert Smith of Armstrong, Keith and Yvonne Polson of Enderby.

March 6: Born to Jessica Kettles and Cory Glinsbockel of Vernon, B.C., a boy, 7 lbs. 8 oz., named Zachary William Glinsbockel. A grandson for Faye and Andy Kettles, Pam Glinsbockel, all of Vernon; Terry and Julie Glinsbockel of West Kelowna, B.C. A great-grandson for Shirley Cox of Penticton, B.C.; John Leonard of Vernon; Charlie and Judy Glinsbockel of Vernon.

March 7: Born to Sheri and Matt Bialecki of Vernon, a girl, 7 lbs. 11 oz., named Lila Anji-May. A granddaughter for Lori Graham, Larry Fefchak, Suzanne and Jerry Bialecki, all of Vernon.

March 7: Born to Hannah Rail and Miles Jones of Armstrong, B.C., a girl, 7 lbs. 2 oz. named Charlie Steele Jones. A sister for Noah, 9; Oscar, 1. A granddaughter for Linda and Steele Rail of Armstrong, Shelly and Craig Jones of Vernon. A great-granddaughter for Susan and Adi Riedler of Vernon, Mel and Joyce Kirby of Richmond.

March 11: Born to Evan and Stephanie Kemp of Vernon, B.C., a boy, 8 lbs., named Aidan Albert. A grandson for Randy and Tracey Lekopoy of Vernon; Rachima and Ken Stewart of Kelowna, B.C. A great-grandson for Albert and Marion Miles of Vernon.

March 14: Born to Ryan MacGregor and Kelly Sawatsky of Vernon, B.C., a girl, 7 lbs. 2 oz., named May Mirra Lynn MacGregor. A sister for Avery, 5. A granddaughter for Mel and Linda Donhauser, Doug and June MacGregor, all of Vernon. A great-granddaughter for Annamarg Donhauser of Kelowna.

March 15: Born to Chad and Courtney Niehaus of Vernon, a boy, 7 lbs. 13 oz., named Micah Nieko. A brother for Stella, 2. A grandson for Wendy Harris, Lydia Niehaus, all of Vernon, B.C. A great-grandson for Margery Kristensen.

March 16: Born to Kevin and Kristin Friesen of Vernon, B.C., a boy, 8 lbs. 6 oz., named Judah Dale. A brother for Tofino, 2. A grandson for Mike and Rhonda Giesbrecht, Carol Giesbrecht, all of Vernon; Dale and Marlene Friesen of Swift Current, Sask. A great-grandson for Ed and Tiena Giesbrecht of Kamloops, B.C.; Jim Friesen of Swift Current, B.C.; Paul and Theresa Tourand of Makwa, Sask.

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