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Posted: 10/28/2009
Note: Names, Identifying informaiton and details may have been altered to protect personal identities.

My mother and father were in the Army when they met about 48 years ago. My mother got pregnant with me and moved back to North Carolina. She never saw my father again. I have never met him and would like to know who he is. My mother's name was Margaret and when she met my father in 1962 she was only 19. They served together in New Jersey. His name is Robnett, he is African-American and lived on base when I was conceived. She remembers him being 6 foot 4 inches tall with a caramel complexion. He had a brother and a sister, and his brother's name was Joe. At the time my mother met him, his mother was living and his father was deceased. Besides that, I have absolutely no information, and no idea how to go about finding him today. That's why I decided to contact Search Quest America--I needed answers.

Everyone I spoke with at the company was not only helpful, but genuinely interested in helping me find answers. It seemed like everyone was somehow personally invested in helping me find my father, and I was reassured by their compassion and empathy for my situation.

My case was assigned to Julie Jones, and it only took 27 days before it was solved. When I started this whole process, I was hoping to meet my father and form some kind of relationship with him. I was speechless when Julie called to tell me that she found him, but he passed away in May of 2006. She found out that his birthday was March 24 and that he died on May 31 of 2006 in a car accident. He and his family were living in Chicago at the time. His wife's name is Dorothy and to my surprise, I learned that I have two siblings, Porcha and Robin. When I got all this information, I had such mixed feelings. Of course it is a joy to learn that I have siblings, but it is heartbreaking to learn that I waited too long to search and lost out on the opportunity to know my father.

Julie was able to put me in contact with his family and so far it has been a positive experience getting to know them slowly over the internet and by phone. The reason I decided to come forth with my story is to teach others the valuable lesson I learned. If you have someone that you have lost touch with or never knew, don't wait as long as I did to start searching. Don't waste time and energy and hopes trying to find them on your own. Hire a professional company with licensed investigators who will get the job done in a timely manner. I can't help but wonder what would have happened if I had decided to hire Search Quest America 5 years ago. I would have had the opportunity to know my father, and that would have been worth ten times what I paid for my search. Please take my advice and search for your father/mother/sibling TODAY. You won't be able to find a more professional, compassionate, or legitimate company out there, so make the phone call today!

(Written by Mica Burton on Mike's Behalf.)

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