Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements, Dec. 2012
TRUCKEE, Calif. – The following are births for the month of December 2012 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Emmanuelle Patty, a girl, was born to Tim and Gisele Dobbins of Truckee on December 3.
Ezequiel, a boy, was born to Apolonio Alferez and Juanita Angelica Nunez-Moreno of Kings Beach on December 5.
Olivia Jae, a girl, was born to Jason and Amy Richards of Loyalton on December 7.
Tristan James-Michael, a boy, was born to Joshua Dewey and Debra McDowell of Portola on December 7.
Kamryn Mary-Mae, a girl, was born to Derek Enns and Kristin Blanchard of Soda Springs on December 9.
Brandon Gael, a boy, was born to Gerardo Mireles and Ana Ramirez of Truckee on December 10.
Dominic Joseph, a boy, was born to Loren Remer and Kristin Whitworth of Truckee on December 11.
Victoria Isabella, a girl, was born to Emmanuel Torres and Beverley Olivares of Kings Beach on December 11.
Joseph Antonio, a boy, was born to Christian Barrita and Lourdes Pliego of Kings Beach on December 12.
Makayla Jade, a girl, was born to Josh Lesner and Amber Higginbotham of Truckee on December 12.
Anikin Joseph, a boy, was born to Luke and Michelle Allen of Tahoe City on December 12.
Ellie Scout, a girl, was born to Daniel and Annie Stefani of Tahoe City on December 18.
Abram Daniel, a boy, was born to Joshua Scholnick and Ellen Cooper of Truckee on December 20.
Yaretzi Ester, a boy was, born to Maria Delia Olivares Camarena of Truckee on December 23.
Jacqueline, a girl, was born to Miguel Sanchez and Maricela Valdez of Truckee on December 25.
Ambar and Mila, twin girls, were born to Juan Kaliszczak and Mariana Skarek of Tahoe City on December 27.
Ariatna Lynette, a girl, was born to Ernando and Ana Ortiz of Truckee on December 28.
Cal Nobuo, a boy, was born to Robert and Denyelle of Truckee on December 28
Dylan Charles, a boy, was born to David and Susanna Bunker of Truckee on December 29.
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