Dear Mr. Livingston,
I did indeed feel offended, and I appreciate the fact that you read between the lines, so to speak. Nonetheless, I am very sincere in trying to find out what became of my Dad.
No hard feelings, and thank you for your offer. I just want
to be sure I have the right person, as I said earlier, there
are probably lots of people with the same name out there.
I just need to know. It's the not knowing that is so hard to live with, as there is never any closure. My grandmother on her death bed asked me to try my best to find out what became of my Dad, and I promised her I would do my best. That was in l967. I have been searching since that date. It seems each time I think I am getting close, another door closes. I wish I could let it be, but I will never, until I know the truth. I do not wish to cause anyone any hurt or
harm in any way. I am not asking for anything "but" the
truth. People just do not up and disappear from sight with-
out someone, somewhere, knowing something.
My Dad was not in good health, and I like to think that maybe, he was somewhere really sick and could not get back
to his children. There are/were three of us. We lost our
only sister at a young age three years ago. Grandma & Grandpa have been deceased since 1955 & 1967. When our mother left us, I was only (3), my little brother was only
(18)months, and my sister had just turned seven. Our mother
never ever came back for us again. Dad was in the Army at
Around l953, my Dad left home in an ambulance. He had some
type of hemmorage. I did not see him again, but my Sister
said he came back a few times and then he left again for
the last time. We never ever knew what happened to him.
That is all I am trying to find out. But, of course, I want
to make sure it is the right person.
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