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You are the person that called me to tell what info you and OmniTrace found. If you could also pass this email to Sari, I would appreciate it.
I just wanted you to know that I wrote to Dominick. I wrote him a lengthy letter pouring my heart out about my medical condition and other things. I received a call from him last night and he is the correct person. He is the brother of my biological father, Alfonso. We spoke for awhile and he was so easy to talk to.
Everything has gone great. I have been in contact with a ton of extended family members and have met online my half brothers, cousins, etc. I have spoken to Marilyn a number of times on the phone, and she has even communicated with my mother.
It has been a wild ride, and I guess we are going to try to meet sometime in the future. We have exchanged pictures, emials, etc.. and it is going very well. Thanks for all of the help and follow up that you and OmniTrace provided.
I wanted to thank you for your HUGE part in helping me find a new part of my family! Everything has gone very well! I have spoken with and met my birth mother and we are so happy to be able to get to know each other. I wanted to apologize for taking so long to get back to you. I kind of forgot.
Thank you again!
Yes, Sunday afternoon I was able to have quiet time to make a call to Barbara in Edmonton. She was delighted. Her husband, my birth mom’s brother is suffering from cancer. On the 9th November 1995 my birth mom, Barbara (they called her Bobbie)passed away of cancer at 57.
She was telling me so many names, ages and locations of the siblings and they’d “have to get a hall” if I came to Edmonton to meet them because there were so many. WOW!
I gave her my name, address and phone number. She was excited our clocks were the same time. Barbara wasn’t quite sure where Idaho was however, she was going to look on a map.
She is going to send me a picture of the family and share my name and information with Bobbie’s sisters. One was especially close to my birth mom. I’m going to write and send some pictures.
I asked about my 3 half brothers but she didn’t have much information other than they were in the Edmonton area. I got the impression they didn’t have too much contact.
Chris, is there a way to find out more about them like phone numbers and/or addresses or what happened to Paul, my birth father? I forgot to ask Barbara about him. Seems everyone left the farms around Quinton Saskatchewan.
Your phone call one week ago was a marvelous blessing to lots of unanswered questions for this lady who never felt quite complete. Something was missing in the story of Joni’s dash and now I found the part.
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