Tahoe Forest Hospital births: January 2014
The following are births for the month of January 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Max Jaxon, a boy, was born to Angelica Quintana of Portola on January 1.
Paola, a girl, was born to Crescenciano Rodriguez and Jesus Aria of Kings Beach on January 1.
Juan Pablo, a boy, was born to Rodrigo Saldana and Maria Mojica of Truckee on January 1.
Kiara, a girl, was born to Alfredo Lara Gomez and Sandra Rodriguez Solorio of Truckee on January 1.
Conrad Ty I O Makamae, a boy, was born to Eric and Marisa Humble of Beckworth on January 4.
Cianna Maureen, a girl, was born to Leroy and Meghan Johnson of Truckee on January 5.
Kailee Avianna, a girl, was born to Kevin Mullen and Noell Cochran of Tahoma on January 8.
Malia Frances, a girl, was born to Adam Larson and Jeanie Morgado – Larson of Reno on January 8.
Francesca Giovanna, a girl, was born to Matthew Merrill and Claudia Martinello of Truckee on January 11.
Lincoln Dax, a boy, was born to Patrick Wesley and Staci Ebner of Truckee on January 14.
Jonah Matthew, a boy, was born to Matthew and Diana Thale of Truckee on January 14.
Braxton Lewis, a boy, was born to Brett Hylton and Shannon Folley of Verdi on January 20.
Jaylani Alexandra, a girl, was born to Eduardo Rodriguez and Cynthia Sanchez of Kings Beach on January 21.
Declan Ryder, a boy, was born to Ryan and Emily Reid of Tahoe Vista on January 22.
Lucette De Luna, a girl, was born to Juan Carrillo and Juanita Martinez of Truckee on January 22.
Jahir Carrillo-Guerrero, a boy, was born to Evaristo Carillo and Maria Emerita Guerrero of Sierraville on January 23.
Kaira Wray, a girl, was born to Sean Argyle and Anelise Prosnik of Truckee on January 25.
Elijah Jordan, a boy, was born to Kristen Erickson of Incline Village on January 29.
Soren, a boy, was born to Matthew Purvance and Jenny Rassuchine of Truckee on January 30.
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