Tahoe Forest Hospital births, Jan. 2013 | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Forest Hospital births, Jan. 2013

TRUCKEE, Calif. – The following are births for the month of January 2013 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Lyla Grace, a girl, was born to Shayne and Jennifer Stedman of Auburn on January 6.

Mary Adele, a girl, was born to Mike and Lori Winegar of Loyalton on January 7.

Sailor Cash, a girl, was born to Andy and Julie Mitchell of Truckee on January 8.

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Gustavo Angel, a boy, was born to Luis Hernandez and Irene Razo of Kings Beach on January 9.

Daisy Gray, a girl, was born to Kerry and Camille Andras of Kings Beach on January 11.

Robert Edward, a boy, was born to Robert and Kelly Stout of Kings Beach on January 13.

Owen Alexander, a boy, was born to Derek and Audrey Vaughan of Kings Beach on January 13.

Kendall Avery, a girl, was born to Brian Devlin and Whitney Harris of Truckee on January 17.

Zeke Norman, a boy, was born to Jake and Megan Rosenblatt of Truckee on January 17.

Hawk Andre, a boy, was born to Brad and Sonia Henry of Truckee on January 18.

Hayden Anne, a girl, was born to Chris and Jodie Schuster of Tahoe City on January 21.

Otto Warren Shaffer, a boy, was born to Preston Mahr and Emma Shaffer of Reno on January 23.

Quincy May, a girl, was born to Jonathon and Megan Milam of Tahoe City on January 24.

Lola Lee, a girl, was born to Billy and Stacey Jacobs of Truckee on January 26.

Prima Annette, a girl, was born to Anthony and Haley Brunello of Incline Village on January 27.

Willow Sky, a boy, was born to Todd Hennings and Erica Sonnenberg of Carnelian Bay on January 27.

Syrus John, a boy, was born to Peter Hansen and Ashley Cline of Tahoe City on January 29.


 

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