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For a Manhattan couple, it was four times the work, but a big reward.
Shawn and Stefanie Morris are celebrating the graduation of their 4 daughters. They are part of quintuplets born in 1994. The fifth quintuplet, a brother named Evan, died about a month after birth. The Morris sisters have been together every step of the way. Holly, Jordan, Mallory and Kasey were the first quintuplet births recorded in the state and now at 18 years-old, they’re getting ready for the real world. The man who delivered them says he couldn’t be more proud.
Dr. John Evans said, “A few things in life that you remember…and this is going to be one of them. They’ve done a wonderful job and a beautiful family. I’m very pleased. This would be one of the proudest moments no question. ”
Friends and family came to the family’s a pre-graduation party on Saturday, a day before their graduation from Manhattan High School, to celebrate their accomplishments and the girls say they couldn’t have done it alone. “A lot of people don’t get as much support as we do.”