Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: December 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of December 2015, as submitted to the Sun by Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Nash Alboff: a boy, was born 12/2/15 to Stacey Meredith & Stefanie Alboff of Truckee.
Valery Amairany: a girl, was born 12/4/15 to Carlos Alcibar & Brenda Faustinos of Truckee.
Mia Allin: a girl, was born 12/7/15 to Alejandro & Erin Baustista of Portola.
Adeline Elisabeth: a girl, was born 12/8/15 to Braden & Ingrid McCormack of Truckee.
Charlotte Pearl: a girl, was born 12/8/15 to Chad Falk & Liv Olsen of Carnelian Bay.
Mia Jimena: a girl, was born 12/9/15 to Jaime Zarate & Mayra Colmenarez of Truckee.
Harper Brixen: a girl, was born 12/9/15 to Jeff & Beth Hill of Kings Beach.
Calvin Ray: a boy, was born 12/10/15 to Kyle & Megan Jost of Truckee.
Maya Angelica: a girl, was born 12/11/15 to Christopher & Lucero Mausolff of Truckee.
Jovian Robert: a boy, was born 12/11/15 to Travis Reeder & Lara Ballis of Incline Village.
Joaquin Francisco: a boy, was born 12/13/15 to Juan Cazarez & Francisco Valdez of Truckee.
Jade Lorraine: a girl, was born 12/15/15 to Tammy & Juliet DeAngelo of Tahoe City.
Daniel Martin: a boy, was born 12/18/15 to Nick & Maygan Heil of Reno.
Nash Stokes: a boy, was born 12/19/15 to Matt & Taylor Ann Johnson of Truckee.
Tobias Robert: a boy, was born 12/21/15 to Beck & Lisa Jensen of Truckee.
Abby Deane: a girl, was born 12/22/15 to John & Ilana Heyne of Truckee.
Adalynn Celeste: a girl, was born 12/23/15 to Sean Picard & Christine Miller of Truckee.
Nina Konstantinovna: a girl, was born 12/26/15 to Konstantin Titkov & Tatiana Kaznacheeva of Truckee.
Emily: a girl was born 12/28/15 to Salvador & Cinthia Reza of Truckee.
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