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Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: March 2015

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

Saray Marlen, a girl, was born to Juan Carlos Zarate and Esperanza Gonzalez of Truckee on March 2.

Jake Spencer, a boy, was born to Greg Rosenthal and Nicole Cheslock of Truckee on March 5.

Sienna Dylan, a girl, was born to Alex and Amber Barrett of Truckee on March 7.

Lincoln Thor, a boy, was born to JP and Danielle Inversin of Truckee on March 8.

Willow Reed, a girl, was born to David and Erin Westall of Alpine Meadows on March 9.

Grant Cross, a boy, was born to Samuel and Ashley Donahue of Truckee on March 15.

Olivia Rene Daniece, a girl, was born to Jacob and Wendy Wilson of Portola on March 16.

Kinley Diane, a girl, was born to Mark and Courtney Keim of Truckee on March 17.

Savannah Marie, a girl, was born to Jon and Julie Halvorsen of Truckee on March 20.

Campbell Thomas, a boy, was born to Paul and Lauren O’Neill of Truckee on March 20.

Jahsa River, a girl, was born to Jonah Harjer and Leanne Kuchar of Truckee on March 20.

Carter Marie, a girl, was born to Jody and Jen Cilmi of Tahoe City on March 21.

Elicia Park, a girl, was born to Shawn and Kyungbo Arney of Truckee on March 24.

Cade Alexander, a boy, was born to Jacob Resnikoff and Dana Seaborg of Truckee on March 25.

Jayden Gael, a boy, was born to Pedro Iniguez and Nayeli Gonzalez Iniguez of Truckee on March 26.

Sofia Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Fernando Nunez and Gloria Paniagua of Truckee on March 27.

Cullen David and Logan Charles, twin boys, were born to Just and Tamara Malley of Truckee on March 27.

Jade Rose, a girl, was born to Nicholas Brown and Michele Passafiume of Soda Springs on March 28.


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