March birth announcements for Tahoe Forest Hospital
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of March 2013 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Gabriel, a boy, was born to Miguel Rodriguez and Ana Maria Quezada of Kings Beach on March 2.
Lily-Ann Grace, a girl, was born to Cody Woodard-Walls and Jannika Morgan of Truckee on March 2.
Diane Rose, a girl, was born to John and Jeannine Terry of Dayton Nevada on March 3.
Marilyn-Sophia, a girl, was born to Jorge Garcia and Ana Guerrero of Truckee on March 3.
Haukea Anela Mahoe, a girl, was born to Keola Wills and Carlynn Gerebizza of Truckee on March 8
Teyah Irene, a girl, was born to Tammy and Juliet Deangelo of Tahoe City on March 7.
Olivia Laura, a girl, was born to Edward and Corey Riley of Squaw Valley on March 9.
Colin Matthew, a boy, was born to Patrick and Ashley Davis of Truckee on March 12.
Janine Amberlyn, a girl, was born to Armando Silverio and Judith Arellano on March 13.
Leilani Aurora, a girl, was born to Brandon and Erika Harrison of Portola on March 15.
Taylor Rose, a girl, was born to Jason and Laura Kusich of Truckee on March 15.
Daria Veronica, a girl, was born to Steven Marks and Viorica Botorea of Tahoe Vista on March 16.
Tyler Henry, a boy, was born to Brian Hamblet and Jennifer Berglund of Reno on March 16.
William Alexander, a boy, was born to Steven Stohlgren and Katherine Knapik of Truckee on March 19.
Danna Noelani, a girl, was born to Raul Ortiz Alaniz and Gloria Martinez Herrera of Tahoe Vista on March 21.
Africa, a girl, was born to Juan Jose Lara Gomez and Ema Rodriguez Perez of Kings Beach on March 23.
Elliana Blanda, a girl, was born to Kevin Schneider and Anika Burkhart Schneider of Truckee on March 28.
Myles Higley-James, a boy, was born to Josh and Katey Jerome of Tahoe Vista on March 29.
Cameron Joseph, a boy, was born to Dave and Sheryl Walker of Reno, Nevada on January 22.
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