February 2014 births at Tahoe Forest Hospital
The following are births for the month of February 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Shea Bella, a girl, was born to Sokratis and Karen Kopanou of Truckee on February 1
Ace Robert, a boy, was born to Curtis Blassingame and Sara Dube of Truckee on February 1.
Riggins Alexander, a boy, was born to Shayne and Jennifer Stedman of Auburn on February 4.
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Marytatnall Kyla, a girl, was born to Tatnall and Jennifer Kennedy of Tahoma on February 4.
Daryna, a girl, was born to Juan Alberto Guadarrama and Yuridiana Manzanares Ramirez of Kings Beach on February 4.
Clare Moniquee, a girl, was born to Martin Ramirez and Isamara Quevedo of Truckee on February 5.
Zarah, a girl, was born to David Nunez and Danielle Forcino of Loyalton on February 6.
Scarlet, a girl was born to Matthew and Lisa Hussar of Truckee on February 6.
Ivy Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Michael and Victoria Butterfield of Vinton on February 6.
Aldo Montana, a boy, was born to Aaron Valdivia and Ruth Rodriguez of Truckee on February 6.
Nicholas Dez, a boy, was born to Nicholas Williams and Danielle Manjeot of Portola on February 8.
Avery Ann, a girl, was born to Brian and Katie Lyczko of Truckee on February 11.
Felix Mendoza Santos, a boy, was born to Erick and Angelica of Kings Beach on February 14.
Joely Brielle, a girl, was born to Jesse Alli Richardson of Truckee on February 19.
Luca Michael, a boy, was born to Justin and Chandler Bertoli of Truckee on February 24.
Karla Lliana, a girl, was born to Carlos Garcia and Lilliana Ramirez of Truckee on February 25.
Alicia Gabrielle, a girl, was born to Carlos Lara and Katelynn Cochran of Kings Beach on February 26.
Sylvie Caecilia, a girl, was born to Wes and Cory Allison of Homewood on February 28.
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