Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: December 2014
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of December 2014 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Wilson Mark, a boy, was born to Dan and Tracy Keller of Truckee on December 5.
Audra Ganong, a girl, was born to Jesse Shirley and Megan Ganong Shirley of Alpine Meadows on December 8.
Alexander Nathan, a boy, was born to Brad and Lael Noel of Truckee on December 10.
Soraya Simone, a girl, was born to Kaveh and Fawn Mansoor of Truckee on December 12.
Annabelle Lawless, a girl, was born to Lawless McKenzie and Ashley Kenyon of Truckee on December 15.
Shae Leigh, a girl, was born to Stephen and Jodie Lister of Truckee on December 16.
Ely, a girl, was born to David Camacho and Guadalupe Delgadillo of Kings Beach on December 17
Audrey Ann, a girl, was born to Erick and Christina Holbert of Incline Village on December 18.
Dahila Elizabeth, a girl, was born to Jack and Elizabeth Carter of Truckee on December 23
Axle Finn, a boy, was born to Benjamin Ryan and Antigone Adams of Norden on December 26
Keyla Arely, a girl, was born to Omar Nevarez and Maricela Morelos of Tahoe City on December 27
Jacob Armando, a boy, was born to Victor Manuel Torres and Maria Angel of Kings Beach on December 27
Arden Bernice, a boy, was born to Josh and Emily Dubansky of Truckee on December 28.
Evalyn Marie, a girl, was born to Paul King Jr., and Chantel Marie Sanders of Portola on December 31.
Birth announcements from Tahoe Forest Hospital are published as they are provided to the Sun, and as space is available. These announcements were emailed to the Sun on Feb. 3.
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