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March 2014 birth announcements for Tahoe Forest Hospital

The following are births for the month of March 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Parker Giselle, a girl, was born to Paul and Laurel Raymore of Truckee on March 2.

Bella Joel, a girl, was born to Robert Williams and Nicole Norton of Portola on March 4.

Charles Jameson, a boy, was born to Duncan and Jessica Davis of Carnelian Bay on March 6.

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Thomas August, a boy, was born to Dave and Tiffany Jorgens of Truckee on March 9.

Cannon Bierwolf, a boy, was born to Tommy and Adkins and Whitby Bierwolf of Truckee on March 10.

Lionel Caen, a boy, was born to Matthew and Meaghan Flower of Truckee on March 12.

Hans Edward, a boy, was born to Ty and Heather Fairbairn of Truckee on March 13.

Sahed Matteo, a boy, was born to Mariana and Sahed Alfredo Ugarte of Portola on March 16.

Zoe Ann, a girl, was born to Ian and Annie MacFadyen of Truckee on March 16.

Hannah Grace, a girl, was born to Ryan and Cheryl Tyree of Truckee on March 18.

Devon Alia, a girl, was born to Albert and Amanda Serna of Truckee on March 22.

Jordan Calvin, a boy, was born to Alex and Jennifer Hernandez of Truckee on March 23.

Zuhey, a girl, was born to Fernando Verduzco and Betty Vallin of Truckee on March 24.

Miles Bear, a boy, was born to Jason Grube and Alexandra Corda of Truckee on March 25.

Joseph Huckleberry, a boy, was born to Joseph and Aleata Quinn of Tahoe Vista on March 25.

Zoe Lavonne, a girl, was born to Jason and Stacie Renno of Truckee on March 26.

Emilia Sienna, a girl, was born to Jake and Cheche Spero of Truckee on March 26.

Cassidy June, a girl, was born to Colin McCormick and Sylvia Sanchez of Truckee on March 26.


 

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