Moab Regional Hosptial Births
May and June births
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A boy, Miles Lee Driskell, was born on May 1, 2013, to Jessica and Matthew Driskell of Moab.

A boy, Otis Lionel Banks Howe was born on May 1, 2013, to Heidi McGowan and Mark Howe of Moab.

A boy, Chandler McCoy Batt, was born on May 2, 2013, to Danielle Stephens and Shae Batt of Moab.

A girl, Emmalin Naomi Ranch was born on May 18, 2013, to Shae Guerrero and Gary Ranch of Moab.

A girl, Harper Quinn Keogh was born on May 24, 2013, to Allyssa and Nathan Keogh of Moab.

A girl, Caelyn Rose Falcon was born on June 8, 2013, to Tiffany and Luis Falcon of Moab.

A boy, Jaxson David Mayberry, was born on June 9, 2013, to Morgan Mayberry of Moab.

A boy, Clayton Dayne Cody Stocks was born on June 9, 2013, to November Parkins and Colt Stocks of Moab.

A boy, Everett Hughes Carpenter was born on June 24, 2013, to Carrie Fisher and Kyler Carpenter of Moab.

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