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Thread: Missing quilter

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    Super Member Teresa 54's Avatar
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    Some time ago, I ran this thread; I am hoping with so many new members on the board that maybe someone will know her, or her whereabouts, or her husband.
    I am missing a quilter that I spent alot of time with 28 years ago, her first name is Nancy and we lived in Stamford, CT at the time, Seaview Ave. 1982-3-4 ish. Her husbands name is Gaary. They have 2 sons probably in their 40's now. He worked in TV. They were originally from Cincinatti OH. They move around alot. Does this match your description? I would love to connect with her. I have no pictures. I have her last name if someone thinks they know her, please PM
    Thank you -

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    Start here:
    http://www.veromi.com/ ;-)

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    Try Facebook and search for her and anyone you two both knew, or someone that you might have heard her mention. Names of family members, anything you can think of, and keep trying every week or so. People join FB all the time.

    I had a friend that I grew up with (like a brother to me) we both moved and lost touch in the late 80's. For years I tried to find him, joined facebook 2 years ago and nothing. I kept trying and trying and trying. All of a sudden one day in October, there he was...I was so happy I sat staring at my computer crying :) Happy tears!

    Of course if I would have not ignored the emails from mylife.com that a male in Indianappolis was searching for me it woudn't have taken so long LOL I just never put two and two together...Last I knew friend was in Ga.

    Good luck to you

    robin

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    Try Facebook and search for her and anyone you two both knew, or someone that you might have heard her mention. Names of family members, anything you can think of, and keep trying every week or so. People join FB all the time.

    I had a friend that I grew up with (like a brother to me) we both moved and lost touch in the late 80's. For years I tried to find him, joined facebook 2 years ago and nothing. I kept trying and trying and trying. All of a sudden one day in October, there he was...I was so happy I sat staring at my computer crying :) Happy tears!

    Of course if I would have not ignored the emails from mylife.com that a male in Indianappolis was searching for me it woudn't have taken so long LOL I just never put two and two together...Last I knew friend was in Ga.

    Good luck to you

    robin

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    Try www.spokeo.com, it knows ALOT...kinda too much in my opinion. If you find yourself on there and don't want to be, click on the "privacy" link at the bottom and follow instructions to get your information removed.

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    Super Member Teresa 54's Avatar
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    I will try these links tonight, I try daily on facebook, thanks for the tips!

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    Search white pages for her name using Nancy and Gaary.... The spelling on his name is so unique that something may show up. Maybe they are still there.

    I take it you have typed it into Google..just to see...

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    Please let us know if you find your "Missing Quilter." And let us know how you found her. Good luck with your search!

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