Tahoe Forest birth announcements, September 2011
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The following are births for the month of September 2011 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Kyland James, a boy, was born to John and Christy Morrison of Olympic Valley on Sept. 2.
Eli Emannuel, a boy, was born to Juan Sepulveda and Laura Herrera of Truckee on Sept. 2.
Shayla Isabella and Miley Celeste, twin girls, were born to Bravo Francisco and Candy Mendez of Truckee on Sept. 7.
Kaianne Rose, a girl, was born to Sky Laskin and Kara Steinmeyer of Truckee on Sept. 10.
Kaleb Victor, a boy, was born to Maximillian Castellon and Jessica Whitelock of Truckee on Sept. 12.
Pearl Suzanne, a girl, was born to Thomas and Danielle Disanto of Truckee on Sept. 13.
Noah Cory, a boy, was born to Cory and Julie Brisbin of Truckee on Sept. 15.
Koston Felix, a boy, was born to Alexandra and Carissa Savitsky of Truckee on Sept. 14.
Mel Olivette, a girl, was born to Alan Campbell and Grayce Araujo-Olivette on Sept. 16.
Reyes, a boy, was born to Carlos Diaz Uribe and Yuliana Solis of Truckee on Sept. 16.
Eli Jospeh, a boy, was born to Charles and Corina Wagner of Incline Village on Sept. 21.
Evelyn Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Brian and Lauren Cinadr of Carnelian Bay on Sept. 25.
Zachary Nathan John David, a boy, was born to Martin and Leslie Chamberlain of Carnelian Bay on Sept. 27.
Malakai Zachary, a boy, was born to Zachary Barnwell and Dominique Vasquez of Truckee on Sept. 29.
Emely Maite, a girl, was born to Jorge Lopez and Hilda Vazquez of Truckee on Sept. 30.
August birth: Kenlee Grace, a girl, was born to Kane and Aimee Schaller of Truckee on Aug. 29.
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