Tahoe Forest Health System birth announcements for January 2010 | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Forest Health System birth announcements for January 2010

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The following births were submitted for the month of January 2010 by Tahoe Forest Health System in Truckee.

Kenneth James was born to Kenneth Gus Buell and Amanda Lynn Adock of Loyalton on Jan. 1.

Grayson Lena was born to Chris and Jodie Schuster of Tahoe City on Jan. 2.

Caleb Jonathon was born to Christian and Tawny Edwards of Truckee on Jan. 3.

Bret Nicolas was born to Philip and Christina Perez of Truckee on Jan. 7.

Nathan Riedel was born to James and Alicia Riedel of Truckee on Jan. 7.

Damian Arturo was born to Lupe and Garcia Karla Xochihua of Truckee on Jan. 7.

Darren Taylor was born to Patrick and Ainsley Cambell of Serene Lakes on Jan. 8.

Seth James was born to Steve and Beth Poulin of Truckee on Jan. 10.

Keilan Alessandro was born to Pamela Alejandra Rozas Nunez of Kings Beach on Jan. 10.

Brooklyen Beach was born to Jesse Lynch and Jennifer Staats on Jan. 15.

Cohen Richard was born to Scott and Andrea Worl of Truckee on Jan. 17.

Noah James was born to Jon and Tonya Asolabehere of Truckee and Reno on Jan. 18.

Benjamin Bryan was born to Bryan and Ashley Freschi of Calpine on Jan. 19.

Skyler Martin was born to Martin Szillat and Carol Shetler of Truckee on Jan. 19.

Cruz Angel was born to Jose Barajas and Maria Velasco of Kings Beach on Jan. 20.

Jayden Liwanag was born to Reylon Agustin and Candice Castillo of Truckee on Jan. 26.

Emily Esthefania was born to Griselda Banales of Truckee on Jan. 27.

Keeler Joseph was born to Aaron and Mary Lubrano of Truckee on Jan. 27.

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