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Cape Regional Medical Center reported the following births: 

Chase Johnathan Fecynec to Ashley Bralczyk and Andrew Fecynec of Villas, May 14 

William R. Kennedy, IV to Sheena Senec and William Kennedy of Del Haven, May 22 

Isabella Rose to Yvonne Wolef and Ernest McCarraher of Whitesboro, May 22 

Alexander Michael Miller to Casssie Underkoffler and Ryan Miller of Cape May Court House, May 23 

King Jahquez Ezekiel Weldon to Sherynna Murray and John Weldon of Cape May Court House, May 23 

Maxine Rae Small to Shiella Sevilla and Tyler Small of Cape May, May 23 

Shore Medical Center reported the following births

Aubree Joelle Curtis to Mia Holly and Joseph Curtis of Cape May Court House, May 10 

Elliott Eden Budd to Julia and Michael Budd of Cape May Court House, May 10 

Paxton Kenneth Boyd and Xander Robert Boyd, twins,to Sefanie Villano-Boyd and Shane Boyd of Dennisville, May 10 

Owen Alexander Symanski to Ashlee and Alexander Symanski of Cape May Court House, May 13 

Lilo Alexandrine Rowan to Gabriela and Jordan Rowan of Cape May, May 17 

Avery Whitney Sedlak to Courtney and David Sedlak, Jr. of Cape May, May 17 

Vivienne Rose Whesper to Heather and William Whesper, Jr. of Tuckahoe, May 20

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