March birth announcements, Tahoe Forest Health System in Truckee
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Below are births for the month of March, as submitted by Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Davin Anthony was born to Anthony and Kerrin Manning of Truckee on March 1.
Elle Olivia was born to Curt and Shena Winslow of Incline Village on March 2.
Anya Grace was born to Michael and Jill Penwarden of Truckee on March 4.
Curran William was born to John and Christina Griffith of Tahoe City on March 6.
Daimien Ernesto was born to Robbie Wendt and Elizabeth Rodriguez of Truckee March 7.
Madison Kathleen was born to Garrett Smith and Kritan Ross of Portola on March 11.
Javier Francifco was born to Javier Peralta and Raquel Domino of Portola on March 12.
Anders Charles was born to Sergej Popov and Sarah Warren of Truckee on March 15.
Jordan Paul was born to Joshua and Valerie Anagnos of Floriston on March 19.
Ansel Webster was born to Chris Crossen and Reini Jensen of Truckee on March 21.
Jazmine Marie was born to Victor Swithenbank III and Latisha King of Portola on March 22.
Fatima was born to Silverio Hernandez and Andrellita Venegas of Kings Beach on March 23.
Ryland Maryn was born to Justin Paxton and Kathryn Shye of Truckee on March 23.
Myrarii Marie was born to Alex Amaral and Crystal Hood of Portola on March 24.
Elijah Joseph was born to Abel Avila Jr. and Katrina Rodarte of Truckee on March 24.
Jessa was born to Jason and Melodie Hames of Truckee on March 25.
Tyndall Ann was born to Steve and Sarah Reynaud of Truckee on March 29.
Viola Rose was born to Christopher and Kimberlee Charles of Truckee on March 30.
Xochil Atzlan was born to Juan Vadivia and Amelia Espinoza of Truckee on March 30.
Avery Alan Frederick was born to Trevor and Melissa Lorz of Truckee on March 30.
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