3% DNA Match Leads Woman to Reunite With Long-lost Father – MyHeritage January 20, 2021

I saw this on MyHeritage today – 3% DNA Match Leads Woman to Reunite With Long-lost Father :  https://blog.myheritage.com/2021/01/3-dna-match-leads-woman-to-reunite-with-long-lost-father/. Much longer article and includes a video and photos.

by Esther · January 20, 2021 User Stories

Susana Boggs, a 50-year-old doctor’s assistant from Richmond, Texas, was raised without a father. Though her mother never spoke about it, there was a family friend named Nano who sometimes came to Susana’s birthday parties, and her sister suspected that he might have been Susana’s father. However, after Susana turned 12, Nano stopped visiting and they didn’t see him again. Years later, Susana did a MyHeritage DNA test, and a match with a cousin led her to confirm that Nano was her biological father and to reconnect with him at last.

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A man named Nano

Susana and her sister were raised without a father. She remembers that, as a child, at every birthday, a friend of her mother’s named Nano would visit her. He would bring his two children and give her presents.

It was her sister who pointed out that perhaps there was more to Nano than meets the eye. “I always thought he was a friend of the family, but one time my sister, who was 4 years older, told me: ‘Nano’s daughter looks exactly like you! Nano is your father,’” Susana recalls. “I got mad and told her it’s wrong and asked her to stop saying that. The fact is that Nano was very tall, and I was much taller than my sisters and my mother.”

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https://blog.myheritage.com/2021/01/3-dna-match-leads-woman-to-reunite-with-long-lost-father/

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