Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: January 2012
TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Following are birth announcements for the month of January 2012, as submitted by Tahoe Forest Hospital.Bradley Dean, a boy, was born to Tyler Sperlin and Daysi Bautista of Truckee, on Jan. 1.Olivia Lynn, a girl, was born to Kyle Colby and Tracy McGuire of Kings Beach, on Jan. 4.Camila, a girl, was born to Carlos Mejorado and Lizeth Rangel-Valle of Kings Beach, on Jan. 5.Kellan Bruce, a boy, was born to Alan Nichols and Alison Kahl of Truckee, on Jan. 6.Aaron Adrian, a boy, was born to Aaron Valdivia and Ruth Rodriguez of Truckee, on Jan. 11.Aurora Marie, a girl, was born to Ashley Howe of Truckee, on Jan. 11.Adrian, a boy, was born to Eduardo Rodriguez- Viuequiz and Maria De Los Angeles Ornelas of Kings Beach, on Jan. 16.Giuseppe Paul, a boy, was born to Jeff Juiliano and Rachael Kuttel of Truckee, on Jan. 16.Kalie Lynn and Talon Michael, twins andamp;#8212; a boy and a girl andamp;#8212; were born to Brett and Lynsie Dahlquist of Truckee, on Jan. 16.Bella Abigail, a girl, was born to Israel and Adriana Bermudez of Tahoe City, on Jan. 17.Sadie Lulu, a girl, was born to Christopher and Dana Bourgoine of Portola, on Jan. 20.Destiny Saray, a girl, was born to Aristeo Macias and Gabby Cabrera of Truckee, on Jan. 20.Everly Ames, a girl, was born to Adam and Karin Carrasco of Truckee, on Jan. 27.Liam Blake, a boy, was born to Trevor and Melissa Lorz of Truckee, on Jan. 28.Oliver Martin, a boy, was born to Peter and Jacquline Tankersley of Truckee, on Jan. 30.Lucas Wilde, a boy, was born to David and Kari Bennett of Carnelian Bay, on Jan. 30.Mathew, a boy, was born to Oscar Luna and Selene Mora of Kings Beach, on Jan. 31.Zulema Rosa, a girl, was born to Paul Bancroft and Ana Liz Servin Bancroft of Carnelian Bay, on Jan. 31.Bonnie Rose, a girl, was born to Frank and Karina Rowan of Incline Village on Jan. 31.
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