St. Anthony Community Hospital announces births for May 2017


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  • Photo illustration Eighteen children, including twins, were born during May 2017 at St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick.



— The following children were born during May 2017 at St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick:

• Pascal, a girl, Gulianna Grace, born May 1 to Samantha and Stephen Pascal.

• Conway, a girl, Alyanna Maven, born May 3 to Lainie and Cory Conway.

• Steinhoff a girl, Aria Grace, born May 5 to Jane Tuomala and Jesse Steinhoff.

• Moye, a boy, Gunner Jose Patrick, born May 8 to Celina and Eamonn Moye.

• Marino, a girl, Liliana Grace, born May 9 to Melanie Keller and Lawrence Marino.

• Rabah, a boy, Mostafa born May 13 to Rana and Hassan Rabah.

• Berry, a girl, Emma Rae, born May 15 to Jessica and Stephen Berry.

• Carolan a boy, Connor Hudson, born May 18 to Christine and Keith Carolan.

• Onofrey, a boy, Jonathon Joseph, born May 19 to Stacey and Steven Onofrey.

• Coyle, a girl, Mary Maureen, born May 22 to Meghan and Declan Coyle.

• Corter, a boy, Ryan James, born May 23 to Lisa and Richard Corter.

• Salamone, a boy, Andrew Joseph, born May 24 to Nicole and Matthew Salamone.

• Santos, a girl, Isalena, born May 24 to Candace and Herbert Santos.

• Santos, a boy, James, born May 24 to Candace and Herbert Santos.

• Johnson, a boy, Gunner Dominick Jr., born May 25 to Kristie and Gunner Johnson.

• Leshiner, a girl, Emma Amelia, born May 27 to Caitlin and Kirill Leshiner.

• Lovett, a boy, Leif Johansen, born May 29 to Betty and Brendan Lovett.

• Milligan, a boy, Sidney Thomas, born May 31 to Alyssa Dew and Travis Milligan.

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