Babies born |

Babies born

Kylee Jack Dunnum was born Feb. 2 to Kijah Hanson and Lee Dunnum of Breckenridge.

Rowan Wade White was born Feb. 11 to Sandy and Brad White of Hot Sulphur Springs.

Cole Hendrix Hiscutt was born Feb. 11 to Elissa Robson and Eric Hiscutt of Breckenridge.

Hector Hugo Almeida was born Feb. 12 to Karina Antillon and Hugo Almeida of Breckenridge.

George Kent Forster was born Feb. 14 to Renee Hill and George Forster of Silverthorne.

Lily Marie Haley was born Feb. 16 to Keely and Justin Haley of Breckenridge.

Elijah Alain Bayoud was born Feb. 17 to Jessica and Raymond Bayoud of Fairplay.

Josiah Hatten Hensley was born Feb. 17 to Amy and Johnny Hensley of Hot Sulphur Springs.

Gable Malachi Norman was born Feb. 18 to Jodi and Dennis Norman of Kremmling.

Aurora Nicole Mixtega was born Feb. 18 to Tamara and Gabriel Mixtega of Dillon.

Roxanne Marie Patnode was born Feb. 21 to Patsy and Justin Patnode of Dillon.

Jesus Jose Alvarado-Lopez was born Feb. 21 to Damaris Lopez and Manuel Alvarado of Dillon.

Sierra Dawn Marie Cawthorne was born Feb. 21 to Heather Fisher and John Cawthorne of Frisco.

Madison Abdallah was born Feb. 22 to Sutrinah and Ned Abdallah of Fairplay.

Christian Antonio Zelaya was born Feb. 23 to Miriam W. Garcia and Christian A. Zelaya of Dillon.

Patricia Ann Oppelt was born Feb. 24 to Mandy and Randall Oppelt of Silverthorne.

Daniel Jonathan Bily was born Feb. 24 to Katerina and Peter Bily of Dillon.

Kirby Martin Federocko was born Feb. 25 to Jennifer and Stephen Federocko of Blue River.

Trevor James Nicholas was born Feb. 26 to Natalie Simons and Jim Nicolas of Silverthorne.


The Summit Daily News prints birth announcements the first Saturday of every month. There is no charge. Children born at Birthplace at Summit are automatically reported to the Daily. If your child was born elsewhere and you’d like to have him or her included in the birth announcements, send information to: Birth announcements, Summit Daily News, Box 329, Frisco, CO 80443. Fax No.: (970) 668-0755.

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