Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements, September 2012
TRUCKEE, Calif. – The following are births for the month of September 2012 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Isabella Mia, a girl, was born to Mathew Merrill and Claudia Martinello of Truckee on September 1.
Madison Grayce, a girl, was born to Richard and Shannon Hernandez of Soda Springs on September 3.
Kaylan Honor, a girl, was born to Michael and Deverie Acuff of Truckee on September 4.
Owen Joseph, a boy, was born to Jared and Stephanie Libby of Truckee on September 6.
Rozalyn Edith, a girl, was born to Steven and Shannon Morgan of Truckee on September 8.
Ximena, a girl, was born to Luis Enrique Esparza and Yesenia Islas of Truckee on September 8.
Skyler James, a boy, was born to Ryan and Marisa Axmear of Truckee on September 8.
Jamison Michael, a boy, was born to Jeremiah and Kristen Marquette of Portola on September 9.
Connor James, a boy, was born to Brian Holbrook and Ashley Stainley of Portola on September 11.
Jaden Michael, a boy, was born to Jeremy and Amanda Blackman of Truckee on September 11.
Charlotte Grace, a girl, was born to Rob and Jacqueline Anderson of Truckee On September 13.
Jadah Caylee, a girl, was born to Jose Carlos Nunez and Kristen Garcia of Truckee on September 17.
Timothy Joe, a boy, was born to T.J and Liz Norman of Loyalton on September 18.
Isabel Virginia, a girl, was born to Christopher and Isabell of Tahoe City on September 19.
Joshua Francis, a boy, was born to Curt and Katie Lally of Truckee on September 20.
Nicholas Patrick, a boy, was born to Patrick and Chelsea Montplaisir of Truckee on September 21.
Damian Reyes, a boy, was born to Albert and Amanda Serna of Truckee on September 28.
Charlotte Lynn, a girl, was born to Richard and Tomika Clark of Kings Beach on September 29.
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