My sister and I have been trying to locate our step-father since our mother passed away last June. My sister did have one of our step sisters phone numbers and has spoken with her many times. This week it has been almost urgent for my sister to talk with our step father. After many phone calls she talked with someone at city hall in Massachusetts (she lives in Virginia and me in Connecticut) that he had passed away on February 16, 2008. Now why couldn't one of his 4 children contacted us and let us know? He was a part of our lives since I was about 4 yr old and I am now 47 yrs. Mom had always kept my sister and I informed or we would call him ourselves. This is so wrong. We find out 2 months later? So rude also because we couldn't go to his service or anything because we didn't know. We will talk to him and I am sure he knows that the two of us would have been there had we known.
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