• Birth Announcements 10-22-17

    Here are the recent births at Los Alamos Medical Center:

    Oct. 12: A boy, Felix Henrik Szymanski Blom, was born to Sarah Szymanski-Blom and Philip Blom.

    Oct. 17: A boy, Ramon Santiago Hidalgo, was born to M. Adrienne and Santiago Sena.

    Oct. 18: A boy, Viraj Yadav, was born to Sukriti Yadav and Anil Kumar.

  • Engagement: Reader-Sandoval

    Mr. and Mrs. Garth Reader, of Los Alamos, announce the engagement of their daughter Megan Marie Reader to Anthony Michael Sandoval.
    The bride and groom reside in Albuquerque and are planning a wedding for 4 p.m. Jan. 17 at United Church of Los Alamos.
    The groom’s parents are Mark and Theresa Sandoval of Albuquerque.

  • Births 8-2-15

    July 8: A boy, Nathaniel Watash Abetya, born to Sofia Hena and Robert Abeyta
    July 10: A girl, Kailyn Elizabeth Martinez, born to Claudine and Ben Martinez
    July 22: A girl, Ava Lorelei Garsik, born to Burgandy Brock and Drew Garsik

  • Births 8-2-15
  • Engagement: Bonner-McNulty

    Charles and Deirdre Bonner, of Los Alamos are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Elisa Rachelle Bonner to Stephen Douglas McNulty, son of Douglas and Elizabeth McNulty of Chester, New Jersey. The couple met and currently work at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria.
    A September wedding is planned in Angel Fire.

  • Wedding 7-12-15

    Gina Schultz and Mario Velasquez were married on May 23, 2015, in a small ceremony surrounded by close family and friends.
    Gina is the daughter of Bea Leyba, of Santa Fe. Mario is the son of Kathi Spencer-Velasquez, of Albuquerque and Joseph Velasquez, also of Albuquerque.
    The maid of honor was Gina’s cousin, Christie Lopez, of Pueblo, Colorado. The best man was Mario’s longtime friend Rick Lambert, of Taos.
    The bridesmaids were Mario’s sister Angelina Velasquez, of Albuquerque and Gina’s longtime friend Anna Wirtel, of Santa Fe.
    The groomsmen were Mario’s father Joseph and Mario and Gina’s longtime friend, Larry Bishop, of Santa Fe.
    The couple was wed by Bob Pennington in the backyard the bride‘s childhood home. The bride was escorted down the aisle by Bea Leyba and Kathi Spencer-Velasquez.
    Special thanks to Chris Valdez from Chris’ Café for catering such delicious food and to Vitaly Pospelov for providing the music. The bride and groom exchanged rings that belonged to the bride’s grandparents, Josephine and Jesus Lopez.
    Gina is currently the community editor at the Los Alamos Monitor and Mario works in construction. The couple currently resides in Santa Fe and are expecting a baby boy in the fall.

  • 10,000-Day Anniversary

    Roger and Gwen Wiens are celebrating 10,000 days of marriage this week.

  • Births 1-11-15

    Dec. 15: A girl, Mayah Ruiz, born to Michelle and Fernando Ruiz
    Dec. 28: A girl, Emi Helena Wilson, born to Hanako and Brant Wilson
    Dec. 30: A boy, Elliot Lee Neese, born to Brooke and Noonday Neese
    Jan. 2: A boy, GianCarlo Gabriel Herrera, born to Lynette Duran and Justin Herrera
    Jan. 2: A girl, Kuuyaa Tsawa Star Vigil, born to Noelle and Agoyo Vigil
    Jan. 6: A boy, Johnathan Cyrus Reyes Pino, born to Crystal and Cyrus Pino
    Jan. 7: A girl, Violet Mary Romero, born to Victoria and Richard Romero

  • People In The News 1-1-15

    Samara Fellows, of Los Alamos, graduated with honors from Eastern New Mexico University on Dec. 13.
    In order to earn honors status, students must receive a 3.5 or higher grade point average.

    Billie Jo Tedder, of Los Alamos, graduated from Troy University during Term 2 of the 2014-15 academic year.
    Tedder received a master’s of science degree in human resource management degree from the Sorrell College of Business.
    Tedder was a student at the University’s Global Campus.
    Term 2 graduates include students at Troy’s campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Alabama and Global Campus, which consists of teaching sites outside of Alabama and online.

    The New Mexico Community Foundation (NMCF) has announced the appointment of Ted Harrison as interim president and CEO, effective Jan. 1. Harrison succeeds Jenny Parks who will be joining the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation as its CEO early next year.
    Harrison has served on the Board of Directors of NMCF since 2010. During the past four years, Harrison has chaired the Foundation’s of the Programs and Grants Committee, as well as served as board secretary.

  • Springfield-Brown Wedding

    Lindsey Dawn Springfield and Timothy Ryan Brown celebrated their marriage on Oct. 25 with family and friends.
    The wedding and reception was at the Hokukano Bayhouse at Keauhou Bay on the big island of Hawaii. “Uncle” Earl Kamakaonaona Regidor officiated the traditional Hawaiian ceremony bayside on a scenic lava rock island.
    The bride is a Los Alamos High School and Northern Arizona University graduate, and is employed by the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. The groom graduated from Capistrano High School, Mission Bay, California, and is employed by the Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort.
    After a honeymoon on the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Lanai, the couple will reside in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
    The bride is the daughter of Steve and Ellie Springfield of Los Alamos.