Tahoe Forest birth announcements: July 2014
The following are births for the month of July 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Alma Ruby, a girl, was born to David and Juanita Gomez of Portola on July 1.
Evelyn Gweneth, a girl, was born to Steven and Chelsea Roth of Truckee on July 8.
Sawyer David, a boy, was born to Edward Smith and Kimberly Rose-Smith of South Lake Tahoe on July 8.
Eli Randolph, a boy, was born to Joshua and Kathlyn Jerome of Tahoe Vista on July 8.
Winter Hazel, a girl, was born to Andrew Walker and Adrienne Cort of Truckee on July 11.
Liam Jair, a boy, was born to Jair Cisneros and Navil Perez of Kings Beach on July 11.
Simone Rose, a girl, was born to Christina Jeskey of Quincy on July 13.
Jacqueline Ione, a girl, was born to Brendan and Sarah Hays of Truckee on July 15.
Wesley Allen, a boy, was born to Jacob and Lindsay Morrison of Portola on July 16.
Allison Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Zach Trauty and Jen Bowers of Truckee on July 18.
Makenna Jane, a girl, was born to Jarrod Millar and Kelly Farrell of Truckee on July 20.
Jack Harrison, a boy, was born to David and Lisa Deuser of Truckee on July 20.
Amelia Suzanne, a girl, was born to Christopher and Mary Beth of Reno on July 21.
Forest Marshall, a boy, was born to Joseph Clisham and Gabrielle Marshall of Truckee on July 21.
Cambriah Grace, a girl, was born to Mark and Kalyn Lopez of Truckee on July 22.
Evan James, a boy, was born to Evan Polk and Maria Lopez of Truckee on July 23.
Lelia Shea, a girl, was born to Nick and Angela Martin of Truckee on July 27.
Emmy Ellouise, a girl, was born to John and Erica Farrell of Truckee on July 25.
Delilah Rose, a girl, was born to Marshall Perona and Michelle Conness of Truckee on July 28.
Jack Micahel, a boy, was born to Doc Suess and Martha Water of Truckee on July 30.
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