Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: August 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of August 2015 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Logan Spencer, a boy, was born to Ryan & Tricia Rose of Incline Village on Aug. 3
Arya Rose, a girl, was born to Ben & Jessica Lumley of Truckee on Aug. 3.
Elijah Brandon, a boy, was born to Grandon Fuller and Iren Rojas of Truckee on Aug. 5.
Sullivan Michael, a boy, was born to Michael & Emily Detwiler of Truckee on Aug. 5.
Trinity June, a girl, was born to Toby & Rebecca Mathis of Loyalton on Aug. 8.
Aspen Noelani, a girl, was born to Matthew & Kelly Houshmand of Truckee on Aug. 8.
Joona West, a girl, was born to Matthew & Gwendolyn Paterson of Truckee on Aug. 10.
Robert Kayden-Cruiser, a boy, was born to Robert Graf and Jasmine Dixon of Doyle on Aug. 10.
Ina Elaine, a girl, was born to Michael & Joanna Howes of Carnelian Bay on Aug. 17.
Joaquin Arrow, a boy, was born to to John & Erin Murrieta of Truckee on Aug. 17.
Alaya Michelle, a girl, was born to Daniel Schwiesow and Leslie Tedrick of Portola on Aug. 20.
Jaxson Phenix, a boy, was born to Robert Appley and Jess Nally of Quincy on Aug. 20.
Sophie Allena, a girl, was born to Anthony Hess and Tiambra Hennessey of Portola on Aug. 25.
Nico Elan, a boy, was born to Brian Schusterman and Camile Jensen of Portoal on Aug. 25.
Aspen Rose, a girl, was born to Troy & Melissa Whitehead of Truckee on Aug. 26.
Mathison Morgan, a boy, was born to Jonathan Cornell and Shannon Beets of Reno on Aug. 27.
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