Tahoe Forest Hospital Birth Announcements: October 2016 | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Forest Hospital Birth Announcements: October 2016

The following are births for the month of October 2016, as submitted to the Sun by Tahoe Forest Hospital in the following format: Baby’s Name, Parent’s Names, Date of Birth, City/Town of Residence, Gender:

Cade Robert Jitloff, Erik & Legare, Jaime, 10/01/16, Truckee, Boy

Nathan Wade: Davy, Wade & Krystal, 10/5/16, Reno, Boy

Adelaida: Herrera, Edgar & Venegas, Alejandra, 10/4/16, Truckee, Girl

Jack James: Rankow, Alex & Heather, 10/9/16, Truckee, Boy

Yamileth Alexandra: Esparza, Ubaldo & Delgadillo, Mary, 10/13/16, Truckee, Girl

Valeria: Rodriguez Lucio, Claudia, 10/13/16, Truckee, Girl

Ivor Richard: Morrell, Ivor & Amberrose, 10/15/16, Tahoe City, Boy

Julian Edvard: Dollman, Daniel & Laursen, Michele, 10/15/16, Pioneer, Boy

JoJo Katelyn: Benter, Jack & Nicole, 10/12/16, Truckee, Girl

Jonathan Tyler: Gruenke, Jason & Griffin, Annie, 10/17/16, Truckee, Boy

Henry David: Schroeder, David & Rebekah, 10/23/16, Truckee, Boy

Wynter Iiann Sydelle: Hidalgo, Jessy & Snyder, Natalie, 10/24/16, Kings Beach, Girl

Taylor Madison: Acuff, Michael & Deverie, 10/25/16, Truckee, Girl

Mya Rose: Williams, Chris & Oe, Mikkayla, 10/26/16, Incline Village, Girl

Adaline Pepper: Watkins, Chris & Brooke, 10/28/16, Truckee, Girl

Bo Julian: Drake, Jared & Julia, 10/29/16, Alpine Meadows, Boy

Anders Leigh: Fairbarirn, Ty & Heather, 10/23/16, Truckee, Boy

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