ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Births

Kaia Starzl Kaia Lee Starzl was born March 20, 2006 to Joe and Amanda (Kroontje) Starzl from Perham, MN. Kaia weighed 7lbs, 8 oz, and 19 1/2 inches long at Perham Memorial Hospital. Big brother Gunner, 2, welcomed Kaia home. Grandparents are Wayn...

Kaia Starzl

Kaia Lee Starzl was born March 20, 2006 to Joe and Amanda (Kroontje) Starzl from Perham, MN. Kaia weighed 7lbs, 8 oz, and 19 1/2 inches long at Perham Memorial Hospital.

Big brother Gunner, 2, welcomed Kaia home.

Grandparents are Wayne and Helen Kroontje of Leota, MN and Robert and Alice Starzl of Edgerton, MN.

Great-grandparents are Gerrit and Harriet Kroontje, Leota; Harriet VanDerLinden, Leota; and Evelyn Starzl, Carthage, SD.

ADVERTISEMENT

Shayla Taylor

Shayla Marie Taylor was born to Tom and Patty Taylor of Hawley, MN.

She was delivered at Innovis Hospital in Fargo on March 8, 2006. She weighed 8lbs, 5oz.

Grandparents are Roger and Jeanette Rudebeck, Perham, MN and Tom and Judy Taylor of New London, MN.

Greatgrandparents are Edna Laney of Perham, and Joe Taylor of New London.

She was welcomed home by her big sister Abby, 5, and Morgan, 3.

Lexis Reisenauer

Lexis Merien Reisenauer was born Thursday, March 31, 2006 at Lake Region Healthcare, Fergus Falls, weighing in at 8lbs, 3 oz, and 21 1/4 inches long.

ADVERTISEMENT

Proud parents are Kent and Michelle (Windels) Reisenauer, of Fergus Falls, MN.

Grandparents are Frank Windels, Wadena, MN; Terry and Gayle Langer of Perham, MN; Joe and Bernie Reisenauer of Bismarck, ND.

Greatgrandparents are Evelyn Langer, Wadena, MN; Nick and Caroline Reisenauer, Dickinson, ND.

Tristan Keranen

Tristan Randall Keranen was born March 28, 2006 to Dan and Peggy (Johnson) Keranen of Wolf Lake, MN. He was born at the Perham Memorial Hospital weighing 9lbs, 15oz, and 23 inches long.

Welcoming him home are big brother, Logan 2, and big sister Kate, 1.

Grandparents are Randy and Sheila Keranen of Menahga, MN; Bob and Bernice Johnson, Phoenix, AZ.

What To Read Next
Mike Clemens, a farmer from Wimbledon, North Dakota, was literally (and figuratively) “blown away,” when his equipment shed collapsed under a snow load.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission met on Jan. 5, 2023, to consider the application for Summit Carbon Solutions.
Qualified Minnesota farmers will receive dollar-for-dollar matching money to purchase farmland.