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Old 10-21-2008, 08:06 AM
 
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Hi There,

I am 25, from Canada, about to get married and I really want to find my Dad to tell him how I am and everything, I know that He knows about me....but the thing is I think he has another family...and it is not like I want to spoil that for him I just want to have some sort of contact...the few things I do nknow are: He Taught High School Phys ed @ ARHS in Amherst Nova Scotia Canada for at least 3 years 1981 - 1983, he left after I was born, His Name is Terrance Dean, he is probably in his early 50's, and I am told he is in Pennsilvania.....the story I get from my Grandmother is that he was married at the time and already had a family....after I was born he just left, he and my Mother apparently had big plans...but that never happend....I am still trying to get more answers from my mother as to why he was in Canada if he had a family in the US??..anyways if anyone knows how I can go about finding him can you please let me know...Thanx
Lilly
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Old 05-06-2009, 12:13 PM
 
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I have the opposite problem I am from pennsylvania and I want to find my father. I have never met him and I would do anything to contact him. I am 19 and I think it is about time to meet him. He is from Fort Erie Ontario i think.
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Old 05-06-2009, 03:18 PM
 
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Thompsonsarah99 please start your own thread. Here is a search site for both of you; whitepages.ca
Also try zabasearch.com, 411.com, melissadata.com, PIPL.com That is a lot to start good luck.
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:21 PM
 
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Dedicated to Kenneth White
Life can sometimes be picture perfect but my life went the other way. 7 years old when you think its you and daddy against the world. Mom and dad have a fight, then everything you ever loved or cared about is gone. First year is okay you get to see him now and then. Next year not a word no calls no visits no love. It hurts inside to feel like someone who should care doesn't. I'm not the one who should be in the most pain because it was not my decision.I forgotten your face now i still have dreams but they are almost a blur, Part of me thinks it was suppose to be this way the other half is so lonely, upset and frustrated you were gone. Almost 7 years the most important part of a child's life you decide to miss out on. Found one single picture of you. And now and forever that one image will remained in my mind as your image I cry over that one image every night. You should be ashamed hurting the people who truly cared and loved you, the people who searched for you those years you were gone. why'd you have to leave why'd you have to go. Nobody except my broken heart will answer these questions. All i ask of you daddy is to call me and my sisters, let us know your alive let us know you still care about your little girls and that very moment i hear your voice i will find peace in my life.
Sincerely: Daddy's Little girl - Patricia White
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Old 01-27-2012, 01:54 AM
 
Location: by Heidelberg in Germany
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You can try to find a facebook group and find him that way. Search for ARHS in Amherst Nova Scotia for example. Then see if people know him... I have found a few through groups like that. If I would do that I wouldn't say that I am looking for my dad though...might scare people off that otherwise would help.
That would be my choice if I couldn't get any useful info through canadian search pages.

Never give up and good luck

Daniela
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:37 PM
 
Location: Absecon, NJ
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Yeah Facebook...like DeeHexi said! I found a Todd Cuvelier that graduated from ARHS Amherst Nova Scotia in 1983 on Facebook. Maybe he remembers your father or has a picture of him in his yearbook.

Todd Cuvelier: Welcome to Facebook - Log In, Sign Up or Learn More
(you need a Facebook account to view details or communicate with him)

Marnie :~)
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Old 02-02-2012, 02:14 AM
 
Location: by Heidelberg in Germany
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Marnie, are we both "blind"? The first post is from 2008... That happens when people hijack old stuff and bring it back up... Oh well... Maybe she will read this or has already found him...
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Old 02-02-2012, 06:39 AM
 
Location: Absecon, NJ
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Lol :~)
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