Tahoe Forest birth announcements, April 2014
The following are births for the month of April 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Noe Mateo, a boy, was born to Gutberto Apolinar and Esmeralda Cruz of Kings Beach on April 1.
Pippa Maginniss, a girl, was born to Katie Maginniss Breitenbach of Truckee on April 8.
Kota Maxwell, a boy, was born to Lorne and Michiko Calhoun of Tahoe City on April 11.
Kasper Karin, a girl, was born to Erik and Annika Roner of Tahoe City on April 15.
Colton Mark, a boy, was born to Mark and Melanie Stewart of Incline Village on April 16.
Juliette Irene, a girl, was born to Ulises and Jackie Elizalde of Sparks on April 16.
Kaden Keith, a boy, was born to Robert Scott and KaDee Meeko of Loyalton on April 16.
Nicholas George, a boy, was born to George and Selene Pinedo of Truckee on April 17.
Lily Strickland, a girl, was born to Raymond Kern and Georgia Strickland on April 17.
Clair Jane, a girl, was born to Nathan and Danielle Farnell of Truckee on April 18.
Alexander, a boy, was born to Felipe Garcia Garcia and Carolina Jauregui Garcia of Truckee on April 19.
Hunter Lynn, a boy, was born to Cyle Torri and Samantha Sandres of Calpine on April 20.
Wren Tsai, a girl, was born to Jason Wardwell and Amy Tsai of Truckee on April 25.
Sophia Cheryl, a girl, was born to Mathew and Jessica Nordby of Incline Village on April 26.
Fabian, a boy, was born to Jose Lezo and Araceli Fuerte of Truckee on April 27.
Abel, a boy, was born to Francisco Marcial and Jazmin Rodriguez of Truckee on April 27.
Jacob Joshua, a boy, was born to Jake and Katlin Zimmer of Carnelian Bay on April 27.
Ava Lillian, a girl, was born to Joshua and Susan Winter of Tahoma on April 28.
Crosby Lange, a boy, was born to Steven and Dana Lucia of Truckee on April 29.
Bennett Maguire, a boy, was born to Bryan and Danielle Gallagher of Truckee on April 30.
Kimberley Savannah, a girl, was born to Christian Ruiz Rojas and Jenny Eliset Estrada of Truckee on April 30.
Marin Elyse , a girl, was born to John and Julie Webb of Incline Village on April 30.
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