Peggy Gould, daughter of Walter and Susie Gould of Rifle, has enrolled in the Denver Health Paramedic School. The 12-month program requires more than 1,500 hours of preparation and training. Peggy will receive a certificate of completion in paramedicine.
Tony and Lesa Middleton of Silt started a family last month with the birth of their son, Anthony S. Middleton, on Sept. 30. Anthony weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 2012 inches long. Anthony is the grandson of Cindy Olsen of Grand Junction, and John and Beth Douglas of New Castle.
Aaron Michael Masimer and Rebecca Jeanne Lyon, of New Castle, June 19, 2004Servando Flores and Kara Lindsay Anthony, of Glenwood Springs, June 22, 2004Servando Flores and Kara Lindsay Anthony, of Glenwood Springs, June 22, 2004
Gweniver Alexandra Beauchamp was welcomed into the world Aug. 19, 2004, by proud parents Bret Beauchamp and Jenny Butkiewicz of Silt. The 7 pound, 19-inch long Gweniver was more perfect than Bret or Jenny ever could have imagined. Gweniver’s grandparents are Gene and Alice Beauchamp of Silt, Thomas Butkiewicz of Mesquite, Nev., and Ann and Richard Nielson of Kanab, Utah.
TeeJay Edward Neuroth was born Sept. 24, 2004, at Valley View Hospital to Todd and Nikki Neuroth of New Castle. Todd and Nikki had help welcoming the 4 pound, 12 ounce TeeJay, from TeeJay’s 5-year-old sister Maryann. TeeJay’s grandparents are Patsy and Ruben Hernandez of Glenwood Springs, Tom and Patti Neuroth of Carbondale, and Mary Anderson of New Castle.
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