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Half Brother and Sister (Sharon & Mike Sanders)
Posted by: Melissa Messer (ID *****2460) Date: July 16, 2012 at 02:11:44
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I'm searching for my half sister and brother, Sharon and Mike Sanders/Saunders.

I THINK Mike was born around 1964. I'm not sure of the month or state where he was born, but he walked with a limp, (I think from a birth defect). In the early to mid 80s he attended Watkins High School in Pataskala Ohio. Mike used to love the Tv show "The Monkies", and he would brush his nose with his fist a lot.

Sharon was born in October of 1966, around Chicago Illinois. She had long dark hair, and high cheek bones. She had Native American coloring. Sharon had a son named J.D (For John David, but she teased me that it stood for Jack Daniels!)

Sharon and Mike also had a younger brother named Ricky (I think!) Their mom's name is Linda Thompson, and to the best of my knowledge, she raised her children in either Nashville or Memphis Tn. Our dad's name was Charles Ray Messer, also known as Chuck.

If any of this sounds REMOTELY familiar, please contact me! I was eight years old the last time I saw either Mike or Sharon, so some of my information may be off. I would also rather fallow a false lead then not have any leads to fallow! Thank you

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