Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements for January 2011
TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; The following are births for the month of January 2011 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.Charley Sophia was born to Randy and Kristi Hood of Truckee on Jan. 2.Leilah Wynter was born to Jesus Lopez and Tehya Cannon of Truckee on Jan. 2Jade Annabelle was born to Jesse and Tracy Desens of Alpine Meadows on Jan. 2.Bodie Robert was born to Luke and Jenn Ragan of Tahoe City on Jan. 4.Wyatt Thomas was born to Luke and Jenn Ragan of Tahoe City on Jan. 4.Logan Marie was born to Brian Devlin and Whitney Harris of Truckee on Jan. 6.Gabriel Michael was born to Michael and Christen Schipani of Truckee on Jan. 7Micah Brian was born to Kevin and Mandy Soult of Truckee on Jan. 10.Brody Judah was born to Brendan and Cami Hawkins of Truckee on Jan. 11.Izabella valentine was born to Christian Koch and Meaghan Folk-Freund of Tahoe Vista on Jan. 14.Daniel was born to Juan Sarabia and Victoria Nevarez of Truckee on Jan. 16.Austin Miles was born to Andrew Carline and Jennifer Miller of Truckee on Jan. 15.Rafalea Grace was born to Michael and Barbara Kane of Truckee on Jan. 18.Katelyne D-Marie was born to Brody Schellenberg and Erin Cooke-Schellenberg of Tahoe City on Jan. 22.Sofia Maria was born to Horatiu Groza and Nadia Fuia of Incline Village on Jan. 25.Justin was born to Julio Luna and Fabiola Herrera of Truckee on Jan. 23.Michelangelo was born to Nathan and Rosa Hardesty of Incline Village on Jan. 31.Christopher was born to Cesario Nevarez Aguilar and Maria Lucila Reyes Ortiz of Sierra City on Jan. 30.Lexie Lynn was born to David Smalley and Brittany Jahanbin of Truckee on Jan. 31.Jessie Jasmine was born to William and Kristal Evans of Truckee on Jan. 30.Shane Gregory was born to Arjuna Ramakar and Simone DeClercq of Kings Beach on Jan. 31.Jonah James was born to Bjorn and Heather Beckman of Truckee on Jan. 31.Avery Jane was born to Edward and Kendra McGargill of Truckee on Jan. 31.Jacob Andrew was born to Jacob and Meagan Lauter of Truckee on Jan. 17.
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