Summit County births for January 2020
- Cecily DiCerbo was born Jan. 1 to Greg DiCerbo and Jamie Way of Breckenridge.
- Iker Rivas Martinez was born Jan. 1 to Karla and Erick Rivas of Dillon.
- Anahi Rascon was born Jan. 7 to Miriam and Omar Rascon of Leadville.
- Lucciana Ulehla was born Jan. 7 to Joyce De La Torre and Michal Ulehla of Breckenridge.
- Ashly Santiago Reyes was born Jan. 14 to Luis Miguel Santiago Victoria of Dillon.
- Ari’ella Jade Ortega was born Jan. 15 to Bresayda and Peter Ortega of Dillon.
- Mia Rafaela Igreda was born Jan. 16 to Cynthia Igreda of Dillon.
- Eva Renee Eten was born Jan. 17 to Christina Ann Lorenzo and Brandon Scott Eten of Silverthorne.
- Liam John Turnbull was born Jan. 18 to Damien and Serenety Turnbull of Buena Vista.
- Nova Reed Nay was born Jan. 21 to Reba Riedner and Shane Nay of Breckenridge.
- Theora Billie Richardson was born Jan. 22 to Kristina and Jeff Richardson of Fairplay.
- Wolf Whitman Wilde Treiber was born Jan. 22 to Jacqueline Ruetenik and Douglas Treiber of Breckenridge.
- Alora Ann Nye was born Jan. 24 to Matthew Nye and Carly Stephens of Breckenridge.
- Camila Saenz was born Jan. 23 to Saul and Lisseth Saenz of Silverthorne.
- Declan Thomas Delp was born Jan. 26 to Amanda McGreevy and Kendall Delp of Breckenridge.
- Jana Fernanda Escorcia Rivera was born Jan. 26 to Juana Rivera Jarquin and Erick Escorcia Cosco of Dillon.
- Morgan Marie O’Toole-Sharpe was born Jan. 27 to Meg O’Toole and Steve Sharpe of Breckenridge.
- Finnegan Briggs was born Jan. 28 to Justin and Katie Briggs of Breckenridge.
- Uma Althea Clark was born Jan. 29 to Erica Ragusa and Allen Clark of Breckenridge.
- Barrett Nicholas Smith was born Jan. 29 to Kate Marrone and Kevin Smith of Frisco.
- Stella Claire Soleil was born Jan. 30 to Ami and Nick Soleil of Jefferson.
- Nora Terese Rathjen was born Jan. 31 to Kevin and Tessa Rathjen of Breckenridge.
- Federico D. Villarreal was born Jan. 31 to Priscilla and Walter Villarreal of Breckenridge.
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