I am a self-taught genealogist, avid learner of genetic DNA testing methods, and traditional searcher who has spent quite a bit of my personal time helping adoptees on their searches. I consider my adoptee friends not dissimilar to actual brothers and sisters because we all come from a similar background and experience. Although no two-search journeys are alike, there may be some similarities I faced that you too have been challenged with. I come from a technical background and work in the Information Technology field. However, it was not always my field of choice. I once spent a great deal of time restoring artwork, and recasting picture frames damaged by years of neglect. You can say, on many levels, I have always had an attraction to things that were broke and needed fixing. My latest interest has become my deepest devotion. Helping others find their birth families. It has become my philanthropy. While this interest has unique obstacles and outcomes that may not always end in the way people want them to, many searches lead those few fortunate and dedicated people to something life changing a profound truth.
Associate of Arts in IT (Information Technology)
; DNA Specialist
Time Period Specialty:
; 19th Century
; 20th Century
New England ; Mid-Atlantic
; Rocky Mountains
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