Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements, July 2011
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The following are births for the month of July 2011 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
John James and John Maxwell, twin boys, was born to John and Danielle Temple of Placerville on July 1.
Jacelyn Gail, a girl, was born to Andrew and Jennifer Gregory of Truckee on July 3.
Bradley Lucca, a boy, was born to Scott and Andrea Worl of Truckee on July 4.
Niko Jackson, a boy, was born to Joe Laderoute and Tiffany Buongorne of Kings Beach on July 7.
Julia, a girl, was born to Fabian Zatarain and Lourdes Saucedo of Truckee on July 7.
Summer Marie, a girl, was born to Wes and Cory Allison of Carnelian Bay on July 8.
Cassidy Lynn, a girl, was born to Greg and Naomi Peters of Truckee on July 9.
Malcolm Roderick William, a boy, was born to Jill and Marshall Grattan of Tahoe City on July 10.
Maya Mae, a girl, was born to Kelley and Wyatt Ogilvy of Kings Beach on July 16.
Zoey Noel, a girl, was born to Joseph and Amanda Davis of Portola on July 16.
Anthony Jesus, a boy, was born to Jorge Magdaleno and Monica Contreras Bravo of Kings Beach on July 18.
Jack Dylan, a boy, was born to John and Erica Farrell of Carnelian Bay on July 18.
Brynn Mariella, a girl, was born to Darren and Lacey Hoffman of Truckee on July 20.
Scarlett Ann, a girl, was born to Emily and Ryan Reid of Tahoe Vista on July 22.
Atzelvy Fernanda, a girl, was born to Jessica and Fernando Sotelo of Truckee on July 24.
Eric Gustaf, a boy, was born to John and Heather Svahn of Truckee on July 25.
Mason Rhodes, a boy, was born to Mark and Jill Meyer of Tahoe City on July 25.
Brian Uriel, a boy, was born to Aurelio D. Martinez and Lidia Rosa Ramos of Portola on July 25.
Josie Jessica, a girl, was born to Jeremy and Abby Thomas of Truckee on July 27.
Sawyer Anthony, a boy, was born to Justin and Cassidy Kucera of Truckee on July 29.
Rafael Mateo, a boy, was born to Israel Estrada and Cristina, Martinez of Tahoe Vista on July 29.
Blair Elaine, a girl, was born to Amber and Jeffrey Bergstrand of Portola on July 30.
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