Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: October 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of October 2015, as submitted to the Sun by Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Silas Gray Danger, a boy, was born 10/1/15 to William Neelands & Amanda Campbell of Homewood.
Elizabeth Gene, a girl, was born 10/5/15 to Robert & Wrenn Cavallo of Truckee.
Iris Kay, a girl, was born 10/6/15 to Kurt & Jenny Smart of Truckee.
Evelynn Sue, a girl, was born 10/6/15 to Nicholas Saadi & Mel Flaming-Saadi of Incline Village.
Matteo, a boy, was born 10/6/15 yo Alfredo Lara & Sandra Solorio of Truckee.
Sofia Alma, a girl, was born 10/9/15 to Jorge Perez & Kierra Keller of Incline Village.
Jazmin, a girl, was born 10/8/15 to Armando Ruiz & Cristina Ruiz-Equihua of Truckee.
Ruelle Charis, a girl, was born 10/9/15 to Caleb & Melissa Deiro of Truckee.
Brytn Noble, a boy, was born 10/10/15 to Boon & Amber Tryon of Portola.
Chloe Rose & Cassidy Mary, twin girls, were born 10/9/15 to Will & Christine Mixon York of Alpine Meadows.
Reagan Mae, a girl, was born 10/12/15 to Jasper & Kirsten Whitley of Loyalton.
Gavin James, a boy, was born 10/15/15 to Eric & Kelly Slominski of Truckee.
Braden Finn, a boy, was born 10/19/15 to David Becker & Candace Downs of Squaw Valley.
Roman Marcus, a boy, was born 10/19/15 to Matthew Hamlet & Kandice Birk-May of Carnelian Bay.
Maximus Mark, a boy, was born 10/19/15 to Thomas & Anne Payne of Incline Village.
Brynn Rachel, a girl, was born 10/21/15 to Wes & Cory Allison of Homewood.
Nico Keith, a girl, was born 10/22/15 to Gavin Cronshey & Jessica Allen of Tahoe City
William Reed, a boy was born 10/24/15 to Christopher Casper & Molly McGuire of Kings Beach.
Hayley Justine Marie, a girl was born 10/24/15 to Kyle Britt & Kelsey Heil of Portola.
Amias Lorease, a boy, was born 10/28/15 to Marco & Christianetta Jones of Kings Beach.
Hanna, a girl, was born 10/30/15 to Marcin Przybylski & Marta Nikonor of Incline Village.
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