Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: September 2016
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of September 2016, as submitted to the Sun by Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Caleb Jordan: a boy, was born 9/2/16 to McIver, Travis & Bosserman, Nicole of Kings Beach.
Tovah Rose: a girl, was born 9/4/16 to Gavigan, Jude & Zinger, Rebecca of Truckee.
Ariel Zoey: a girl, was born 9/6/16 to Ramirez, Junior & Ardon, Natalie of Kings Beach.
Riley Jane: a girl, was born 9/2/16 to Rummel, David & Stephanie of Truckee.
Kira Harwood: a girl, was born 9/8/16 to Thayer, Douglas & Sarah of Tahoe City.
Reed Alexander: a boy, was born 9/12/16 to Henasey, Mark & Lizzy of Truckee.
Joaquin Dale: a boy, was born 9/12/16 to Bancroft, Paul & Servin-Cruz, Ana Liz of Kings Beach.
Troy Roger: a boy, was born 9/13/16 to Benbow, Timothy & Silva, Alicia of Portola.
Riley Mott: a girl, was born 9/14/16 to Mott, Miles & Esson, Emily of Truckee.
Thiago Uriel: a boy, was born 9/17/16 to Arellano, Jose Luis & Perez, Karla of Truckee.
Liam Richard: a boy, was born 9/17/16 to Moberly, Steve & Alisha of Tahoe City.
Riley Joon: a girl, was born 9/20/16 to Tricomo, Ryan & Binkley of Truckee.
Sylvie: a girl, was born 9/21/16 to Callaghan, Zoltan & Amanda of Incline Village.
Whitney Alexandra: a girl, was born 9/21/16 to Kerns, J.T. & Kate of Incline Village.
Kameelah: a girl, was born 9/23/16 to Elizarraraz, Agustin & Maria G. of Tahoe Vista.
Terrin Bradley: a boy, was born 9/23/16 to Swing, Jamie & Lauren of Incline Village.
Elliot: a boy, was born 9/23/16 to Mitchell, Nicholas & Nola of Tahoe City.
Graham: a boy, was born 9/24/16 to Hernandez, Nicholas & Wood, Julianna of Truckee.
Emma Jane: a girl, was born 9/24/16 to Leary, Keith & Stephanie of Tahoe Vista.
Trevor: a boy, was born 9/30/16 to Kleffman, Thomas & Danielle of Truckee.
Jameson Faye: a girl, was born 9/22/16 to Chapman, John & Nicole of Truckee.
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