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Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: April 2015

TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of April 2015 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Lauren Sierra, a girl, was born to Mike & Jennifer Canney of Truckee on April 6.

Obediah Dean, a boy, was born to Russ & Courtney Dyer of Truckee on April 7.

Bobbiellen Ruth, a girl, was born to Gregory & Shauna Righellis of Tahoe Vista on April 7.

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Jameson Lawrence, a boy, was born to Christopher Mann & Dawn Sorensen of Truckee on April 9.

Nikolai Bear, a boy, was born to Kai Wigaard & Wendy Stewart of Tahoma on April 10.

June Rae Ann, a girl, was born to Kyle McCoy & Brandy Morris of Incline Village on April 11.

Hazel Mae, a girl, was born to David Brumm & Christine Deysher of Truckee on April 11.

Jasper Lochlan, a boy, was born to Mike Ronnie & Taylor Haas on Truckee on April 12.

Hudson Lucas, a boy, was born to Brett & Katie Reed of Truckee on April 13.

Cole Wilson, a boy, was born to Nathan & Alicia Riedel of Truckee on April 14.

Anthony Alexander, a boy, was born to Jose Andrade & Abelina Galindo of Kings Beach on April 14.

Isaiah Daniel, a boy, was born to Carlos Lara & Katelynn Cochran of Kings Beach on April 16.

Melanie London, a girl, was born to Michael & Allison Chase of Tahoe Vista on April 16.

Ava Lorraine, a girl, was born to Justin Lee & Ashley Lorraine Connor of Truckee on April 16.

Emilio Leonardo, a boy, was born to Eric Guerrero & Kiriae Kiernan of Truckee on April 16.

Kohven T., a boy, was born to Scott & Heidi Thompson of Alpine Meadows on April 18.

Michael Wood, a boy, was born to Bug Lindsey Ragan of Verdi on April 21.

Avery Lee, a girl, was born to Blake & Jamie Vockrodt of Meadow Vista on April 28.

Ricky Butler, a boy, was born to Erik Neu & Jaclynn Butler of Truckee on April 28.


 

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