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Facebook helps Houston father reunite with daughter after 25 years!

A Houston father, who searched for 25 years for his daughter he had never met, was reunited with her for the first time after using Facebook.


Washington, Oct 3 : A Houston father, who searched for 25 years for his daughter he had never met, was reunited with her for the first time after using Facebook.

James Boyd met Stephanie Brumlow on Friday at Lone Star College-CyFair in suburban Houston, where Brumlow's a student.

"She sent me a friend request Monday...and as soon as I saw the friend request and the picture I knew exactly who she was that very moment," Fox News quoted Boyd as saying.

Boyd and Brumlow's mother had separated before she was born.

Boyd, author of the recent book "Pink Ribbons, Cancer Answers" sponsored by the National Cancer Foundation, has said that he had searched for Brumlow since before she was born.

Brumlow had searched for Boyd for 12 years with the help of only his name and an old photograph.

With friends' help, she used the Internet and social networking sites until she found a man by her father's name on FaceBook who strongly resembled her old photograph.

"I'm on cloud 9, "It's a fairytale I've always wished for and wanted this day and now I have it," Brumlow said.

ANI

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