Tahoe Forest Hospital birth announcements: January 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The following are births for the month of January 2015 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.
Mayzie Ann, a girl, was born to Jamey and Kathy Hinkle of Tahoe City on January 2.
Logan Henry, a boy, was born to Graham and Kristi Bell of Truckee on January 3.
London Ivory Nevaeh, a girl, was born to Ryan and Sarah Egan of Truckee on January 4.
Ayden Allen, a boy, was born to Chris and Brooke Watkins of Truckee on January 7.
Keoni Michael, a boy, was born to John and Cynthia Lamanna of Truckee on January 16.
Kingsley Harlan, a boy, was born to Skye and Kara Laskin of Incline Village on January 17.
Hunter James and Olivia Nichole, twins, were born to Michael Ontiveros and Jessica White of Portola on January 18.
Riley Jackson, a boy, was born to Andrew and Stefanie Morris of Truckee on January 20.
Annika Lily, a girl, was born to Jeremy and Dubravka Fleming of Tahoe Vista on January 21.
Liam Charles, a boy, was born to Zack Johnson and Krystal Ballew of Sierraville on January 22.
Cayden Lane, a boy, was born to Cody Taylor and Tamara Valadez of Portola on January 23.
Isabelle Louise, a girl, was born to Kevin Gaudet and Kirsten Steel of Truckee on January 25.
Austin James, a boy, was born to Travis and Coni Schaffarzick of Truckee on January 28.
Penelope Marie, a girl, was born to Richard Mangum and Heidi Foehr of Truckee on January 28.
Jeffery Finn, a boy, was born to Jeff and Rachel Hekemian of Olympic Valley on January 30.
Jaxson Elijah, a boy, was born to Max and Jessica Castellon of Truckee.
Birth announcements from Tahoe Forest Hospital are published as they are provided to the Sun, and as space is available.
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