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Congressman Ryan and wife announce new arrival

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

Congressman Tim Ryan and his wife Andrea on Friday announced the  birth of their son, Brady Zetts Ryan.

The six pound, 12 ounce bundle of joy came into this world at 8:29 p.m. on Thursday, measuring 19 3/4 inches in length.

A Ryan aide explained that Zetts is Andrea Ryan's maiden name.

Representative Ryan says Brady and Andrea are doing well. He also says that his stepchildren, Mason and Bella, are very excited to have a new little brother.

"We would like to thank our mid-wife, as well as all the doctors and nurses for their excellent care and kind words." said Ryan. "We look forward to Brady’s arrival at home very soon as we all enter a new and exciting phase in our lives."

 

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