Their stories are worth celebrating. People everywhere are reuniting with family and friends they haven’t seen in years, and it’s all thanks to modern technology that helps bring us together. At PeopleFinders.com we’re always excited to hear about people who were able to find each other again after so much time had passed.
Take the tale of two sisters who were separated at a very young age and spent nearly 5 decades apart. One was so young when it happened that she didn’t even remember having a sibling, but after their reunion the pair immediately established a strong sisterly bond. Just goes to show that the passing of time is nothing compared to the power of emotion.
We were also touched by the story of a father and son who reunited after 48 years. Military obligations and foreign regulations caused them to be torn apart when the boy was only 3 months old, but his heartsick father never gave up hope. Thanks to the internet, the 2 were finally able to reestablish the connection that had been broken so long ago.
Stories like that motivate us to constantly maintain and upgrade the Web’s fastest and most reliable People Search feature. We’re dedicated to helping you find the people you’ve been missing as quickly as possible.
When we receive messages from someone who used PeopleFinders.com to find people from their past it makes all the hard work we do worthwhile. Like the email from Richard Elam which said “I am a Vietnam veteran, and I have been looking for veterans that were in my company. I have found about 30 veterans so far using PeopleFinders and still looking for more. I have reunited myself and the ones that I have found together after 40 years. Thank you, PeopleFinders”.
Watch for upcoming articles about great ways to break the ice when you reconnect with someone you haven’t seen in years, and ideas on how to stay connected with everyone you know. Let us know if you have any questions you’d like to have answered here. We’re always ready to help you find anyone, anywhere.
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