July 2012 birth announcements
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The following are births for the month of July 2012 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Keira Mae, a girl, was born to James and Jessica Jones of Tahoe City on July 3.
Iris June, a girl, was born to Jason Munster and Brook Spurlock of Dillingham, Alaska on July 4
Riley Grace, a boy, was born to Paul and Silver Hartman of Homewood on July 5.
Sawyer Thomas, a boy, was born to Andrew and Candi Lynch of Reno on July 6.
Cutler James, a boy, was born to Spenser Scull and Hillary Correa-Scull of Tahoe City on July 6.
Jonah Reese, a boy, was born to Jesse and Alli Richardson of Truckee on July 6.
Bennett Gary, a boy, was born to Ryan and Julie Devore of Folsom on July 7.
Michael Shane II, a boy, was born to Michael Wiggins and Anna Brandenberg of Tahoe City on July 9.
Helen, a girl, was born to Rafael Vazquez-Garcia and Braulia Perez-Serna of Loyalton on July 11.
Elizabeth Grace, a girl, was born to James and Stephanie Dunnam of Reno on July 16.
Alexa Rae, a girl, was born to Neil and Ashley Manos of Truckee on July16.
Jackson Paul, a boy, was born to Christopher and Sarah Ring of Truckee on July 17.
Violet Ann, a girl, was born to Curtis and Katherine Wonderly of Truckee on July 19.
Kenia, a girl, was born to Helucterio Huerta and Nely Aleman of Truckee on July 19.
Miles Dale, a boy, was born to Jon and Kate Cooper of Carnelian Bay on July 19.
Lillian Leilani Kimberley, a girl, was born to Jeffrey Mullen and Desiree Panella of Truckee on July 20.
Jayce Red Hawk, a boy, was born to Daniel Martinez and Takota Thom of Tahoma on July 22.
Sylas Roe, a boy, was born to Myles and Ashley Vickers of Truckee on July 23.
Leticia Sarahi, a girl, was born to Lucio Baeza and Consuelo Jimenes Leon of Truckee on July 24.
Layla Rose, a girl, was born to Eric and Jessica Barton of Truckee on July 26.
Reed Samuel, a boy, was born to Phil and Micah Cohen of Truckee on July 30.
Aldo Taylor, a boy, was born to Nikki Aronhalt of Tahoe City on July 31.
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