Truckee Tahoe February Birth announcements
TRUCKEE, Calif. – The following are births for the month of February 2013 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Brooklyn Grace, a girl, was born to Dan and Rose Johnson of Portola on February 1.
Joesie Renee Lynn, a girl, was born to Kaice Salazar and Amanda Carrithers of Portola on February 3.
Kevin Alejandro, a boy, was born to Noe Mendoza-Vazquez and Maria Guadalupe Torres-Chavez of Kings Beach on February 5.
Macie Dawn, a girl, was born to Geronimo Morales and Jamie Freitas of Loyalton on February 7.
Rogelio Jr, a boy, was born to Rodelio Sr. Nunez and Katrina Rodarte of Truckee on February 8.
Sasha Amira, a girl, was born to David and Tiffany Thatcher of Portola on February 8.
Amelia Rowan, a girl, was born to Andrew and Joanne Knox of Truckee on February 10.
Israel Westin, a boy, was born to Israel Tenorio and Brenda Munoz of Kings Beach on February 11.
Sofia, a girl, was born to Enrique Garcia and Irma Cardenas of Truckee on February 12
Alayna Marie, a girl, was born to Chris and Mary Wirta of Portola on February 14.
Ericka Elsie, a girl, was born to Robert Oestreich and Courtney Hughes of Tahoe Vista on February 16.
Isla Liv, a girl, was born to Robert and Molly Olson of Tahoe City on February 19.
Makenzie Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Blake & McCart and Candy Cooper of Truckee on February 21.
Nataly Guadalupe, a girl, was born to Edgar Colmenares and Teresa Delgado of Truckee on February 23.
Samantha Ann, a girl, was born to Timothy and Kerry Seaman of Meeks Bay on February 23.
Zayden David, a boy, was born to Amber Ellsworth of Loyalton on February 25.
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