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The Labor and Delivery Unit at the Daviess Community Hospital was busier than usual in the last week of December with welcoming two sets of twins born less than 24 hours apart.


Photo Courtesy of Daviess Community Hospital: Kaden and Seth Graber

Jerome and Janice Graber from Odon were the first to greet their twins on December 27th. Kenton Shane was born first weighing 4 lbs, 6 ½ oz. He was quickly followed by Kaden Seth who weighed 5 lbs, 9 oz. Both boys are doing very well and were able to go home with their parents a few days after delivery. Even though twins run in the family, the Grabers did not tell anyone but the grandmothers that they were expecting twins. “We just wanted to surprise everybody with the news,” said Jerome.

Photo Courtesy of Daviess Community Hospital: Proud Parents Reggie & Monica of twins Wyatt & Weston

Reggie and Monica Graber from Loogootee soon followed with the delivery of their boys on December 28th. Wyatt Matthew came first weighing in at 5 lbs 7 oz with brother Weston right behind him weighing 5 lbs 5 oz.

Dr. Jonathan Frances from Heartland OB/GYN delivered both sets of twins. Monica Graber stated how wonderful the staff and doctors were at DCH.

To learn more about Daviess Community Hospital’s Women’s Health Center, go to or call 812-254-8880.

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