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Posted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 12:00 pm

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

May 3

A son, Jackson Wayne, to Matthew and Nikolette Kutz, 13th Sustainment Command.

A son, Anthony Wade, to Joseph and Kristin Dunbar, II, 1st Cavalry Division.

May 5

A daughter, Serenity Joyce Phillips, to Kyle Phillips and Emily Harlin.

A daughter, Sa'mrai Alesiah Liberty, to Samuel and Shaunda Dreckette, of Schweinfurt, Germany.

May 6

A daughter, Josephine Rebecca, to Matthew and Rebecca Baringhaus, 15th Military Intelligence Battalion.

A daughter, Zooey Ann, to Aaron and Alicia Krabbe, 1st Cavalry Division.

May 7

A son, Jackson Alexander, to Tyler and Emily Kelley, 1st Cavalry Division.

May 8

A daughter, Bailey Rose, to Loren and Melisa Getz, 36th Engineer Brigade.

A daughter, Kenzlee Gianna Austrino, to Fred Austrino, III, and Jennifer Owens, 62nd Expeditionaly Signal Brigade.

A son, Amari James, to Keontay and Saleatha Wilson, of Killeen.

May 9

A daughter, Hannah Grace, to James and Penny Beachy, 3rd Cavalry Regiment.

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