Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: June 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of June 2015 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Marisa Hadleigh, a girl, was born to Lisa Goulart of Portola on June 1.
Devlin James, a boy, was born to Ron Rabe & Aber Bradfute of Portola on June 6.
Kalapawai, a boy, was born to Keola O. Makani & Carlynn Wills of Truckee on June 7.
Hudson Hightower, a boy, was born to William & Rose Sickler of Carson City on June 11.
Grace Susan, a girl, was born to Rolando & Christina Pacheco of Reno on June 12
Stephanie Nicole, a girl, was born to Omar Efrain Barajas Medina and Alondra Verenise Mejia Plascencia on Truckee on June 12.
Gwyneveree Marie, a girl, was born to Christian & Abigail Scholten of Reno on June 15.
William Franklin, a boy, was born to Mark and Jenny Kendrick of Truckee on June 16.
Fletcher Anthony, a boy, was born to Jeff Knipe & Jennie Pitts-Knipe of Truckee on June 16.
Charli Jill, a girl, was born to Patrick Wesley & Staci Ebner and of Truckee on June 17.
Arwyn Jean, a girl, was born to Joshua & Katherine Lange Transue of Olympic Valley on June 18.
Ashby Faith, a girl, was born to Michael & Tara Morrissey of Tahoe City on June 19.
Skylar Leigh, a girl, was born to Danny Beever and Kaitlyn Carroll of Portola on June 22.
Faith Christine, a girl, was born to Nate & Melissa Dyk of Truckee on June 23.
Ethan, a boy, was born to Juan Miguel Marquez Vazquez and Maria Ramirez Rodriguez of Truckee on June 25.
Anthony Orlando, a boy, was born to Orlando Berrelleza and Yoselin Marquez of Truckee on June 26.
Brooks Sverkerson, a boy, was born to Jake & Meagan Lauter of Truckee on June 29.
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