Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements for November 2010 | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements for November 2010

Sun staff report

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The following are births for the month of November 2010 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Maci Ann was born to Matt and Ami Vannoy of Truckee on Nov. 1.

Noelle Marie was born to Hans and Svetlana Lange of Crystal Bay on Nov. 5.

Kaya Noelle was born to Michael and Susan Thornton of Truckee on Nov. 5.

Evelyn Faith was born to Israel and Ashley Garcia of Marysville on Nov. 7.

Natalie Marie was born to Peter Trummer and Karen McMahon of Truckee on Nov. 8.

Leonardo was born to Jesus and Rosa Maria Rodriguez of Kings Beach on Nov. 11.

Jadwin Parker was born to Drew and Sarah Tornga of Truckee on Nov. 12.

Holden Lee was born to Brian Pimentel and Wende Silva-Pimentel of Truckee on Nov. 12.

Bentley Justin was born to Juan Luis Ibarra and Mery Rojas of Truckee on Nov. 18.

Ella Joan was born to Steven and Clare Walton of Tahoe City on Nov. 18.

Aretzy was born to Victor Arreola and Lizbeth Najera of Truckee on Nov. 20.

Ethan Bell was born to Matthew and Leslie Bonneau of Truckee on Nov. 20.

Mason Lee was born to Robin Howard and Stephanie Cross of Truckee on Nov. 22.

Rhys Ladd was born to Tim and Michelle Loux of Reno on Nov. 24.

Sophia Dominique was born to Miguel Quiniones and Andrea Idro Ramirez of Truckee on Nov. 29.

Twins Emma and Parker were born to Robert and Andrea Sundell of Truckee on Nov. 29.

Additional Birth: Joshua Robert was born to Jesse and Stacy Masson of Truckee on June 22.

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