The Hero's twin brother is active in the alumni of their High School. He was contacted by the developer of a website for their class. When looking at it he was surprised that his brother was not listed among the deceased. He contacted them. They said if he would write an obit, they would put it on the site, and oh, by the way, we need a picture. He contacted me for the picture, and used the obit written for the newspaper to compose his own eulogy for the Hero.
This last Thursday, he was at the Halloween party at my mother-in-law's assisted living home. I told him I couldn't the page online. He assured me it was there and, oh, by the way, one of the Hero's old friends who was into conspiracy theories with him in High School, wrote on the page saying he was sorry to have missed the Hero. I went back to email he had sent me, and was able to find it as well as the comment. Up to this time the only thing any of us knew about the Hero's High School days was what he had told us. The man verified that the Hero was indeed someone who cared about his country as early as 15 years of age. I am going to contact this person to see if he will write any stories about his and the Hero's journey in fighting for America and Freedom.
The Hero's twin brother called it conspiracy theories, I have seen what is happening and read books regarding the warnings given about Communism taking over America without a shot. Nope, would not call it conspiracy theories, just pretty much what was happening.
The Web page for the Hero: http://www.westburyhshouston.com/class_profile.cfm?member_id=2992277ro.
Hope this tells you to never quit looking for those who knew your family member before you knew them.