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Births at Mayo Regional Hospital

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DOVER-FOXCROFT — The following births were recorded recently at Mayo Regional Hospital:

BERCE — A son, Raylen Lawrence Berce, born on April 9, 2017, to Rhonda Flewelling and Eric Berce of Dover-Foxcroft. Maternal grandfather is Larry Flewelling of Dover-Foxcroft. Paternal grandmother is Rachel Berce of Dover-Foxcroft. Great-grandmother is Frances Strout of Dover-Foxcroft:

BUSHWAY — A daughter, Eleanor Elyse Bushway, born on April 8, 2017, to Lindsey Lee (Zimmerman) and Nicholas David Bushway of Sebec; joining brother Jaxson Zimmerman. Maternal grandparents are Louisa and Daryl Finnemore of Barnard; Paul Zimmerman and Martha Ward of Guilford. Paternal grandparents are Sandy and Don Fessenden of Sebec; Rod and Judy Bushway of Troy, Alabama.

CHISHOLM — A daughter, Gwendolyn Rae Chisholm, born on April 10, 2017, to Jade Bretta Morrill and Brandon Mikel Chisholm of Abbot; joining siblings Conrad Rollins, Reagan Rollins and Noah Chisholm. Maternal grandmother is Helen Morrill of Sangerville. Paternal grandparents are Bryan Kelsey and Laurie Chisholm of Abbot. Great-grandparents are Steve Morrill, Sr. of Greenville; Larry and Judy Chisholm of Ludlow, MA.

MICHAUD — A son, Killian Lee Michaud, born on April 1, 2017, to Jackie (Goyette) and Joe Michaud of Milo; joining brothers Dantae, Victor and Sebastian. Maternal grandparents are Bruce Lee and Theresa J. Michaud of Milo; Tina Vietze of NH and Frank Goyette of MA.

RANDALL — A son, Preston Alan Randall, born on April 27, 2017, to Ann-Marie (Skinner) and Dana Charles Randall. Maternal grandparents are John and Cindy Skinner of Belfast. Paternal grandparents are Alan and Lou-Ann Randall of Sebec. Great-grandparents are Bert and Beatrice Skinner of Belfast.

WALSH — A son, Darin Edward Walsh, born on April 22, 2017, to Elizabeth Gosselin (Walsh) and Boyd Ryan Walsh of Brownville; joining siblings Shauna, Lindsay and Holly. Maternal grandparents are Patrick Gosselin and Alicia Snapp of Utah. Paternal grandparents are Harold and Karen Walsh of Utah.

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