Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: September 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of September 2015, as submitted to the Sun by Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Gunther Jace, a boy, born 9/5/15 to Ben & Arienne Lyhne of Truckee.
Brock Nicholas, a boy, born 9/7/15 to Nic & Larissa Beddoe of Graeagle.
Quinn Wyiming, a girl, born 9/9/15 to Brett Wardle & Amanda Neadeau of Truckee.
Sloane Violet, a girl, born 9/9/15 to Jason & Jessica Jacobs of Truckee.
Landon Isaac, a boy, born 9/9/15 to Justin & Lindsay Curtis of Truckee.
Greta Elizabeth, a girl, born 9/13/15 to Jim & Rosemary Winterberger of Truckee.
Jayden, a boy, born 9/15/15 to Jose Gonzalez & Martha Espitia of Kings Beach.
Elijah John, a boy, born 9/15/15 to Steven & Sarah Kilgour of Truckee.
Wyatt James, a boy, born 9/16/15 to Cody & Carolyn Heller of Tahoe Vista
Scarlett Malex, a girl, born 9/19/15 to Carlos Hernandez & Lindsey Lewis of Tahoe City.
Amos Staunton, a boy, born 9/18/15 to Steven & Kappie Keates of Truckee.
Jake Taylor, a boy, born 9/22/15 to David & Nicola Selcon of Truckee.
Antonio Bryan & Andres Ramon, twin boys, born 9/24/15 to Eduardo Perez-Estrada & Cierra Bonavita of Tahoe Vista.
Maya Michelle, a girl, born 9/25/15 to Edgar & Sara Rangel of Truckee.
Jason Michael, a boy, born 9/29/15 to Jason & Stephanie Bishop of Truckee.
Silver Isaac, a boy, born 9/29/15 to Peter & Zoe Najim of Tahoe City.
Sebastian Reed, a boy, born 9/29/15 to Cody & Darcy Salinas of Truckee.
Zoe Sierra & Bodie Granyte, twins, born 9/29/15 to Peter & Melissa Valchev of Truckee.
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