Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements, Aug. 2013
October 1, 2013
The following are births for the month of August 2013 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Jayden Santiago, a boy, was born to Miguel Guerrero and Dora Uribe of Truckee on Aug. 1.
Cassen James, a boy, was born to Spencer and Kaila Cruttenden of Truckee on Aug. 3
Kenji Ivan, a boy, was born to Arturo Nevarez and Maria Quezada of Kings Beach on Aug. 6.
Sophia Lauren, a girl, was born to Brandon and Bonnie Swenson of Carson City on Aug. 9.
David William, a boy, was born to Oscar Aguilar and Laura Hood of Truckee on Aug. 11.
Jake Robert Jr., a boy, was born to Jake and Allison Rogge of Chilcoot on Aug. 13.
Silas Trey, a boy, was born to Brian and Courtney Clark of Tahoe City on Aug. 14.
Leonel Omar, a boy, was born to Homero Reyes and Maria I Gonzalez of Truckee on Aug. 14.
Alyssa Dominique, a girl, was born to Ricaedo Zarate and Yulisa Mendez of Truckee on Aug. 14.
Jake Eddie, a boy, was born to Jason and Jill Dobbs of Truckee on Aug. 15.
Amber Emily, a girl, was born to David and Kimberly Lewis of Incline Village on Aug. 19.
Melody Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Joshua Rodarte and Megan Fitler of Truckee on Aug. 19.
Mason Nicholas, a boy, was born to Jacob Resnikoff and Dana Seaborg of Truckee on Aug. 20.
Tyler Ross, a boy, was born to Robert and Lisa Madden of Truckee on Aug. 21.
Ethan Smith, a boy, was born to Christian and Tawny Edwards of Truckee on Aug. 21.
Jaxon Richard, a boy, was born to Dave and Liza Smith of Truckee on Aug. 26.
Gwendolyn Roux, a girl, was born to Matthew Ament and Monica Spencer of Incline Village on Aug. 27.
Finely Steven, a boy, was born to Rick Koplau and Anita Gatnar of Incline Village on August 28.
Noah Ramon, a boy, was born to Steven and Kristy Oriol of Tahoe City on Aug. 30.
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