Posted on January 4th, 2012 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Welcome Baby New Year!

For Immediate Release
January 4, 2012
Contact: Michele Hutchins
(603) 238-6468

Speare Welcomes Baby New Year 2012

PLYMOUTH, N.H. — With just 11 minutes to spare, Caleb Aaron Bixby made his debut as expected on January 2. The first baby to be born in the new year at Speare Memorial Hospital, Caleb was delivered by Dr. Lori Stack, Plymouth OB/GYN, and welcomed by mom Brianna, and dad Craig at 11:49 p.m. on Monday. He entered the world weighing in at exactly eight pounds and precisely 20 inches long.

Not only is Caleb the first baby of the new year, but the first baby for the Bixbys. Brianna and Craig were both born at Speare, grew up and live in Rumney. Best friends since the age of two, they have been married 13 years and felt the time was right to expand their family. Brianna is a customer service manager at J. Jill in Tilton, and Craig owns C & B Woodworking in Rumney.

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