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Tahoe Forest birth announcements: June 2014

TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of June 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Rocky Charles, a boy, was born to Charles and Andrea Guldemond of Truckee on June 1.

William River, a boy, was born to Craig and Amy Davies of Truckee on June 4.



Sequoia Muir, a boy, was born to Christopher Miller and Elysse Chapman of Tahoe City on June 6.

Ember Grace, a girl, was born to Matt and Emily Valle of Truckee on June 8.




Selena Blake, a girl, was born to Joshua Schohn and Carina Toledo of Truckee on June 8.

Juliet Rose, a girl, was born to Michael Winton and Diana Dunn of Portola on June 10.

Annabella Espinosa, a girl, was born to Yobanni Chavez and Virginia Espinosa of Kings Beach on June 12.

Isabel Lyra, a girl, was born to Andy and Kristen Girodano of Truckee on June 12.

Paiselee Rae, a girl, was born to Anthony Estrada and Tehya Cannon of Truckee on June 13.

Jasper Granite, a boy, was born to Josh and Korin Cameron of Truckee on June 13.

Maverick Myles, a boy, was born to Myles Lewis and Erin Delia of Kings Beach on June 15.

Lilly McKenna, a girl, was born to Shane and Susan Krick of Truckee on June 18.

Madison Mae, a girl, was born to Brian and Jan Hrindo of Incline Village on June 20.

Mason Anthony, a boy, was born to Jimmy Brown and Lisa Taylor of Portola on June 21.

Rhythm Marley, a boy, was born to Marvin Johnson and Dena Matera of Truckee on June 26.

Andre Isaiah, a boy, was born to Andy Apolinar and Stacy Brenes of Truckee on June 30.

Gabriella Katarina, a girl, was born to Jozo and Bojana Vujeva of Truckee on June 30.

Additional birth:

Sage Catherine, a girl, was born to Cory Giese and Ann-Marie Giese of Truckee, at the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento on June 11.


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