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Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: July 2015

TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of July 2015 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Julian Roch, a boy, was born to Geoffrey Burrows and Paulina Brudnicki of Tahoe City on July 2.

Cattleya Ellen, a girl, was born to Michael Berson and Joahny Sayers of Truckee on July 9.

Chase Bently Stephen, a boy, was born to Casey Soward and Brittany Nash of Truckee on July 9.

Kenzie Alison, a girl, was born to Scott & Shelby Yorkey of Incline Village on July 11.

Sage Mia, a girl, was born to Steve & Laurel Pandola of Incline Village on July 12.

Sophia Nadine, a girl, was born to John & Shannon D’Agostino of Calpine on July 15.

Theodore Gerhardt, a boy, was born to Zach & Maggie Williams of Truckee on July 16.

Emmett Lee, a boy, was born to Bill Cassel and Kristin Raihall of Incline Village on July 18.

Patricia Louise, a girl, was born to Bobby Parsons and Kathryn Del Carlo of Portola on July 19.

Brooklyn Eli, a girl, was born to Ron & Garnett Perea of Truckee on July 19.

Sawyer Frank, a boy, was born to Benjamin & Julia Tohlen of Truckee on July 20.

Olivia, a girl, was born to Douglas Szymanski and Victoria Afanasii of Truckee on July 23.

Fiona May, a girl, was born to Dave & Julie Telfer of Truckee on July 25.

Zoe Alice, a girl, was born to Matthew & Jennifer Larson of Reno on July 27.

Ashlyn Lee, a girl, was born to Nick Smith and Jessica Piechocinski of Carnelian Bay on July 30.

Sylvia Arbor, a girl, was born to Mathieu Pergens and Amanda Calderon of Truckee on July 30.


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