Eli Kash Sanchez

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was born May 23, 2014 at Northwest Women’s Center in Tucson, weighing 6 pounds, 8 ounces.

His parents are Raymond and Brittney Sanchez.

Grandparents are Raymond and Andrea Sanchez of Dudleyville and Charlie and Connie Goff of Oracle.

Big brother Raymond and big sister Cheyenne were proud to welcome Mr. Eli to their family.

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