Family Reunion Letters
Family Reunion Letters
Here are a few family reunion letters that we recently received from some happy customers…
Dear Julie Perkins and OmniTrace,
Oh my God! Jean and my 3 biological sisters (yes 3 full blood sisters-didn’t see that one coming) are all meeting in Albuquerque for a family reunion. I am so excited! We have been emailing each other and sending letters and have talked on the phone several times. It is amazing to me how much we have in common.
Genetics really does make you who you are. They have sent me letters with pictures of themselves. It’s so strange to see someone who looks like me. It is all very overwhelming-a lot to process.
Thank you so much for finding them. I’ll send you an update after we meet.
Aunt Mavis and I spent a lot of time crying, but she says I have a birth family that I won’t believe! Marian was one of 7 girls and 3 boys. She says as soon as she can call, she’s going to get on the phone and tell everyone (if it’s alright with me, and it IS). I gave her my contact info and she will pass it on.
The family has always known of me, and after Marian died, my brother and two sisters came often to see Mavis and ask if she knew anything. She was definitely the right relative for you to talk to. Marian’s youngest sibling is 2 years older than me and Mavis has kids older than me.
She doesn’t think “Gerry” is my father, but once we’re all together at the family reunion (she believes her parents knew, but they are not alive to ask), she says they’ll try to figure it out, or we can just let it go. Everything is fine with me.
I’m waiting for my mom to call so I can tell her.
Mavis ended our call by saying, “I love you, sweetheart,” then asked, “Did you hear what I said? I LOVE you, sweetheart.”
Thank you, Chris and OmniTrace. Mavis must have said, “I’m so excited” 100 times. So am I.
Thank you very much for this information! I called and this is my birth family! The conversation was very positive. We will be corresponding more and possibly have a family reunion in the near future. I’ll be glad to share this info with you and send you a letter updating you on everything as time progresses. Again, thank you very much for all the work you put into this.
All the best,
Yes, I’ll keep U posted as to up and coming developments regarding my family reunion (I’ll mail you a letter and pictures). This is so exciting! Again, I appreciate and thank you for all the help U and those involved at OmniTrace went thru to help me.
Dear Chris and the kind staff of OmniTrace,
I talked to Susan for two hours last night and she called me this morning at nine a.m. My cordless phone went dead both times so we had to hang up. Good job! I’m so happy you found her. I really did not have much hope at all when I went to OmniTrace. We are now planning a family reunion.
I guess she had tried for years on her own to find us. It seems so strange to say “my youngest sister” having had only my one sibling all these years and she was the “youngest.” Thank you so much – she and I both said “I don’t know how they did it.” I really did not have a place to start on my own because I did not know what her adopted name was, plus the fact the the Manchester Children’s Society has been closed for years.
We’re both grateful to you. We’ll both send you letters with pictures after our family reunion.
After exchanging serveral letters, I finally had a very nice conversation with my birth mother. She was so pleased that I got in touch with her after all this time! We are planning a family reunion in the near future. Thank you so much for your assistance.
This appears to be a very happy ending to something I never thought would happen. Bless you!
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