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Abbigael Estelle Quiner

Abbigael Estelle Quiner

Quiners welcome daughter

Matthew Lincoln Quiner and Angeline Morrill Quiner of Kenai announce the birth of their daughter, Abbigael Estelle Quiner, at 2:02 p.m. Sept. 11, 2014. She weighed 6 pounds, 13.7 ounces and measured 19 3/4 inches. Her siblings are Lochlan H. (15), Cecily P. (12), Boden M. (11), Liam J. (9), Thayne I. (7), Aiden T. (5), and Tryg I (3). Her grandparents are Patricia Janet Morrill of Tuftonboro, New Hampshire and Colleen Athalia Quiner of Dallas, Oregon.

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