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Tahoe Forest Hospital births, November 2011

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Following are births for the month of November, 2011, as submitted by Tahoe Forest Health System.

Campbell Jane, a girl, was born to David and Liza Smith of Truckee, on November 1.

Gianna Sofia, a girl, was born to Luis and Stephanie Delgadillo of Incline Village, on November 1.



Levi Jaxon, a boy, was born to Adam Benner and Katie Carnes of Portola, on November 3.

Zarryn Edge, a boy, was born to Nelson and Marie Miranda of Portola, on November 3.



Santo Doyle, a boy, was born to Jeffrey and Paula Lauer of Brockway, on November 3.

Aron Alexander, a boy, was born to Octavio Cardenas and Claribel Brambila of Truckee, on November 8.

Jaxsen, a boy, was born to Jay Wild and Anik Demers-Wild of Truckee, on November 12.

Xayden Boon, a boy, was born to Boon and Amber Tryon of Portola, on November 13.

Zoey Lynn, a girl, was born to Jason and Nicole Klein of Truckee, on November 15.

Regina, a girl, was born to Cristina Gomez of Truckee, on November 15.

Kelly Rose, a girl, was born to Mike and Wendy Murphy of Tahoe City, on November 16.

Finley Kareem, a boy, was born to Belen Rojas of Truckee, on November 18.

Miles Healy, a boy, was born to Pete and Kacey Kristian of Truckee, on November 21.

Mason Emerie, a girl, was born to Eric Goldberg and April Grace of Crystal Bay, on November 23.

Rebekah Selena, a girl, was born to Juan Cazarez and Andrea Cazarez-Valdez of Truckee, on November 28.

Natalie Opal, a girl, was born to Jason and Brandie Purvis of Loyalton, on November 29.

Juan Diego, a boy, was born to Adan and Maria Delgadillo of Truckee, on November 30.


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