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Births - June 2

Published June 02. 2013 4:00AM

WESTERLY HOSPITAL

MAY 15 - A son to Amanda and Matthew Pierce of Westerly.

MAY 23 - A son to Amber and Antonio Portunato of Westerly.

MAY 25 - A son to Wendy and Timothy Delicato of Pawcatuck.

L+M Hospital

MAY 13 - A son to Katelyn and Peter Levanti II of East Lyme; a son to ReDorothy Pero of Salem; a son to Brett and Jessica Walsh of New London.

MAY 14 - A son to Jennifer and Stephen Johnson Sr. of New London; a son to Alamgeer and Ambreen Khatri of Waterford; a son to Jeremy Dixon and Natalie Palmer of Waterford; a son to Brittney and Mark D. E. Rutherford of East Lyme.

MAY 15 - A son to Brian Franco and Holly Beckwith of Groton; a son to Steven and Mary Ludwiski of Groton; a son to Timothy and Leighann Sanders of Groton; a son to Ruth and Emmanuel Sapolucia Sr. of Groton; a daughter to Stephen and Mary Spiegel of New London.

Backus Hospital

MAY 15 - A son to James Anicette and Marie Paul; a son to Jeremy and Katherine Andruskiewicz.

MAY 16 - A daughter to Raul Otero and Virginia Garcia; a son to Carmen Rivera; a son to Kyle and Lauren Spaniel.

MAY 19 - A daughter to Kayne Thomas and Alyssa Bemis.

MAY 20 - A daughter to Jason Denese and Mehera Cipriani.

MAY 21 - A daughter to William Einhelley and Jessica Epstein.

MAY 22 - A daughter to Robert Faraci and Jessica O'Grady; a son to Khris and Christine Garcia.

MAY 23 - A son to Nicholas Stellitano and Gena Laplante.

MAY 24 - A daughter to Greg and Jessica Abdow.

MAY 25 - A daughter to Jeff Overton and Meredith Phillips; a daughter to Eric Caverly and Candyce Santo.

MAY 26 - A son to Brian Cagle and Jiselle Marquez.

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