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Prediger Family Canada
Posted by: Jason Colunio (Prediger) (ID *****9507) Date: May 16, 2008 at 12:06:51
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Hello, My Name is Jason Colunio. I am 35 years old and I

live in Elmira, New York. My parents married young and they

remained married for less than a year after I was born. I

grew up without knowing My father. I did not meet him until

I was 17. We did not have contact for a few years afterward

because I was angry with him for not being in my life when

I was young. I have recently reconnected With both My

father and sister and have a great relationship with them

My father was Born Brian Prediger. His family is from

Edmonton Alberta. He and his Twin sister, Brenda were

Seperated from the family when they were young. They

had been adopted to a millionaire family (Bednerak)in

Elmira.I have recently found out about my family history

and am seeking to reconnect with my cultural Heritage.

My great great grandparent (Joeseph and Margaret Prediger)

Came to Canada from the village of Vollmer. My great grand-

grandparents were Alexander and Maria(Schroh)Prediger and

My granparents were Solomon and Florence(Rehaume)Prediger.




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