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Old 05-23-2008, 06:41 PM
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I know he has at least two daughters, and at least one grandchild that should be about 19. In 1990 he worked at Kaiser Permanente on Cadillac Ave. in West LA. May have been married in Vegas two or three times.
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Old 05-23-2008, 09:09 PM
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Looks like you can find him on peoplefinders.com. His age shows as 67 and also 77, but I believe it's the same person. The information isn't always entirely accurate, but it's better than nothing. Look to the right and you will see a few possible relatives. Then, you can check to see if you can find him or a relative on zabasearch.com. Take note that sometimes it shows a recorded date or it might say recorded date unknown. You have to look carefully for it. Good luck.
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Old 06-13-2008, 01:14 PM
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Thank you!
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Old 04-20-2015, 09:18 AM
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I know this thread is almost 7 years old, but I have incredible news.

Thanks to the wonderful people here on city-data, the brother I always wanted and never knew I had found me in October of 2014. HERE. All because of this little post, on this life-changing forum on this amazing site.

I'm so grateful I cannot put it into words. We'd both stopped looking for our paternal side for years, having so little information to go on and getting no help from our immediate families. On a whim while bored one day he did a Google search for our biological father's name, and up came a link to my post here. He contacted me here, and even though I don't check my account here any longer, I decided to read the one little reputation comment instead of just deleting the notification. There it was; the message that changed everything. He thought he was my older brother and wanted to talk.

Turned out we'd been living 30 miles apart for 15 years. He'd been 20 miles from my relatives for his entire life, while I visited every summer from LA. We'd probably passed each other hundreds of times.

We talked for hours each day, set up a DNA test, got the overwhelmingly positive results, and just like that I'm no longer all by myself. Only child status is over.

To top it off, he's a genuinely great guy. He came into my life when I was dealing with more than I could handle - a very sick mom (Alzheimer's), a sick child (lupus and kidney disease), a very young son, no help with mom or kids, and mounting financial pressures. He brought with him his eight beautiful children (all grown) and four adorable grandchildren. He's already done so much for us in every way, even giving up a day of work and visiting my sick daughter in college in OH because he could get to her faster than I could. I've seen how some siblings are, and I cannot believe how fortunate I am to have him.

And of course how fortunate I am that city-data is here. I long for a better way to express my appreciation, but until I come up with something I'll just say this:
Thanks to you all.
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Old 04-20-2015, 02:17 PM
Location: florida
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Great news. City-Data rides again.
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