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26th District Grows By One

July 25th, 2009 by Steven Gardner

State Rep. Sen. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, was optimistic the last legislative session would end on time for him to see his new baby born. He was right by a long shot. A copy of his message was shared with 26th District Democrats Friday. I’m not one of those, but I saw the message. Now you can too.

Jennifer and I are pleased to share the exciting news regarding the birth of our second little girl. Despite Sophie’s desire to name her “KoKo” her name is TESS ANTONIA KILMER.

She was born Thursday (7/23) at 7:23 pm. She was 8 lbs and 4 ounces and 19 inches long. The baby is doing well, and after going into quadruple overtime with the pregnancy, mom is happy to welcome Tess to the world. We’re all thrilled to see our family grow!

Did you know former Kitsap Sun reporter Chad Lewis was named by his sisters? I bet you didn’t. It’s a great story. If I get his permission I’ll share it with you.

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One Response to “26th District Grows By One”

  1. NoSpin Says:

    I believe that Derek Kilmer is a state Senator, not Representative – the districts state Reps. are Larry Seaquist and Jan Angel

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