Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements for February 2011 | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements for February 2011

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The following are births for the month of February 2011 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

Emily Kathleen was born to David and Alli Berry of Kings Beach on Feb. 3.

Adrina Monique was born to Ernesto and Audra Chavarria of Truckee on Feb. 3.

Ivan Alonzo was born to Jorge Velazquez and Denise Heredia of Kings Beach on Feb. 2.

Holden Daniel was born to Justin and Celia Klein of Truckee on Feb. 3.

Sativah-Flower Trezure was born to Dana and Trezure Fenton-Cook of Doyle on Feb. 5.

Victor Emmett was born to Victor Cardiel and Stevie Herrera of Reno on Feb. 6.

Zachary James was born to John Manocchino and Sarah Bergeron of Truckee on Feb. 8.

Paxton John was born to John Personius and Mary McCandless of Truckee on Feb. 9.

Carolina West was born to Carrie and Larry Hunter of Truckee on Feb. 9.

Charlotte Grace was born to Tim and Daisy Andersen of Homewood on Feb. 12.

Fatima was born to Rogelio Ortiz and Elena Saldena of Truckee on Feb. 15.

Fernando was born to Jose De Arcos and Elizabeth Padillo of Reno on Feb. 17.

Vincent Sebastian was born to Josh and Delphine Wood of Truckee on Feb. 19.

Andrew Jacob was born to Ryan and Cheryl Tyree of Truckee on Feb. 19.

Bodhi Walter was born to Walter and Tammy Inis of Truckee on Feb. 22.

Valeria was born to Miguel Aguirre Magdaleno and Lupita Herrera Aguilar of Tahoe Vista on Feb. 23.

Enzo Drew was born to Drew Collins and Stephanie Piccirelli of Truckee on Feb. 24.

Angus John was born to Ian and Annie MacFadyen of Truckee on Feb. 24.

Ashlyn Pepper was born to Aaron and Feather James of Incline Village on Feb. 26.

Emma Louise was born to Nate and Erin Ellis of Truckee of Feb. 24.

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