Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: November 2014
The following are births for the month of November 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Jessy Joy, a girl, was born to Jason and Jillian Freeto of Loyalton on October 30.
Luca Kandeler, a boy, was born to Shane and Maria Thompson of Truckee on November 2.
Madisen Violet, a girl, was born to Chris and Danielle White of Truckee on November 3.
Stella Reese, a girl, was born to Colin and Elizabeth Robinson of Truckee on November 4.
Finn Charles, a boy, was born to Jeffrey and Darla Rosenfeld of Tahoe Vista on November 6.
Adeline Eva Rebecca, a girl, was born to John and Serena Oneal of Reno on November 7.
Cash Charles, a boy, was born to Chris and Tina Hatt of Truckee November 7.
Yohanna, a girl, was born to Juan Chavez and Maria Uribe of Truckee on November 11.
John Douglas, a boy, was born to Alroy Waters and Bree Allem of Truckee on November 12.
Necalli Faith, a girl, was born to Salvador and Zuleima Estrada of Kings Beach on November 13.
Emma Reese, a girl, was born to Jesse and Chae Conary of Truckee on November 14.
Aksel Berndt Jon, a boy, was born to Kent and Danika Carlson of Truckee on November 18.
Milena Isidora, a girl, was born to Matthew Koczur and Vivian Herrera of Truckee on November 19.
Avrum Michael, a boy, was born to Jordan Land and Camille Purce of Truckee on November 20.
Allison Anne, a girl, was born to Matthew and Jessica Brown of Truckee on November 20.
Chloe Alexandra, a girl, was born to Clinton and Rachel Peetz of Carnelian Bay on November 21.
Michael Bow Williams, a boy, was born to Kamron Williams and Chelsey Norton of Portola on November 22.
Nicholas Matei, a boy, was born to Marin Radu and Alina Bochis of Incline Village of November 23.
Lilana Jean, a girl, was born to Sean Rodgers and Jennifer White of Tahoe City on November 27.
Teagan Livingston, a girl, was born to Garett Carvolth and Megan Murphy of Truckee on November 28.
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