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2013-05-09T00:15:00Z FortheRecord Montana Standard
May 09, 2013 12:15 am

Births

May 2

In St. James Healthcare

Boy: Abel Mathew Bolstad

Parents: Brittany Tinsley and Robert Bolstad of Butte. Weight: 6 lbs. 7 oz. Length: 20 in. Grandparents: Terri Amberg, Tina Bugni, Butte, Brent Tinsley, Denver, Mat Bolstad, Anaconda.

May 2

In St. James Healthcare

Boy: Greggory Cameron Hilton

Parents: Garret Hilton and Kasey Booth of Butte. Weight: 7 lbs., 15 oz. Length: 20 in. Sibling: Trevor Booth. Grandparents: Grant and Fern Hilton, Big Sky, Mitch and Sharon Booth, Hamilton. Great-grandparents: Gregg Hilton, Dillon, Jim and Joy Boothe, Monee, Ill.

April 30

In St. James Healthcare

Boy: Jeremiah Aiden Leigh Beck

Parents: Brittany Falconer and Christian Beck of Butte. Weight: 6 lbs., 13 oz. Length: 20 in. Sibling: Daunte Gifford. Grandparents: Christie Beck, Great Falls, Jannie Falconer, Butte, Thomas Davis, Butte. Great-grandparent: Jonie Deshner, Great Falls.

April 30

In St. James Healthcare

Boy: Benjamin Edward Donaldson

Parents: Jason and Christine Donaldson of Butte. Weight: 7 lbs., 11 oz. Length: 21 in. Siblings: Kevin and Matthew Donaldson. Grandparents: Steve and Cindy Donaldson, Butte, Larry and Debbie Leathers, Butte. Great-grandparents: Vonnie Donaldson, Butte, Arlene McDougall, Butte.

April 30

In St. James Healthcare

Boy: Kaden Levi Hammond

Parents: Dan Hammond and Kozi James of Butte. Weight: 9 lbs., 1 oz. Length: 21¼ in. Siblings: Joselynn James, Kristopher James, Randy Hammond. Grandparents: Randy Hammond, Butte, Carlene Hammond, Butte, Richard James, Butte, Susan Dolan, St. Maries, Idaho.

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