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Births

June 7, 2012

Births: June 7, 2012

CVPH Medical Center

DOUGLAS

—  A daughter, Callie Mae, born May 15, 2012, to Aimee Watson.

BUSHEY 

— A son, Gary Lee, born May 16, 2012, to Ashley and Nathaniel Bushey.

MACEY

 — A daughter, Aubree Marie, born May 16, 2012, to Leslie Beshaw and Steven Macey.

REANDEAU

 — A daughter, Ellie Marie, born May 17, 2012, to Kristina Liebfred and Justin Reandeau.

LARCHE

 — A son, Benjamin Travis, born May 18, 2012, to Jamie and Travis Larche.

BENWARE

 — A son, Kaedon Wiott, born May 18, 2012, to Krystal and Scott Benware.

VAN VALKENBURG

 — A daughter, Brookklyn Inez, born May 19, 2012, to Kayla Van Valkenburg.

FIELDER

 — A daughter, Aislyn Anne, born May 19, 2012, to Kaitlin and Bernard Fielder.

DAVIS

 — A son, James Scott, born May 20, 2012, to Alishia and James Davis.

JOYAL

 — A son, Konnor James, born May 21, 2012, to Amanda Pelkey.

LAWRENCE

 — A son, Colin Michael, born May 21, 2012, to Kailey and Jeffery Lawrence.

BURDO

 — A son, Derek Lester, born May 22, 2012, to Anna Bentley and Joseph Burdo.

FOUNTAIN 

— A daughter, Natale Sofia, born May 22, 2012, to Jobina and Richard Fountain II.

BAKER

 — A son, Mitchell Irvin, born May 23, 2012, to Haley Baker.

BUCKLEY

 — A son, Reynger Callahan, born May 23, 2012, to Melissa and Patrick Buckley.

KUSALONIS

 — A daughter, Payten Lynn, born May 24, 2012, to Kasey and Joshua Kusalonis.

AVERY

 — A daughter, Raine Marie, born May 24, 2012, to Darcy Avery.

BRIGGS

 — A son, Mason Owen, born May 25, 2012, to Magan and Jonathan Briggs.

HIMMEL — A daughter, Hannah Lynn, born May 26, 2012, to Morgan and Erin Himmel.

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