A Special Report from News Center 10 was released last week in the reuniting of Denise Plath-Slatterly’s long-lost sister, “Lory” (also spelled “Lori” in other reports). It all started when Denise turned to Facebook after 20 years of searching to find her sister. On March 6, 2013, Denise posted a photo on NEWS10’s Facebook timeline requesting help in finding Lori Ann Plath. The post reached over 12,000 shares by people all over the country.
However, it wasn’t Facebook that reunited the long-lost sisters. It was News Center 10’s report on the Facebook posting that “Lory,” now named Jennifer, had seen. DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) confirmed the sibling match through a Siblingship test.
In her efforts to find Lory, Denise says that she had contacted a private investigator, the Supreme Court and the Department of Health, but was unable to locate her sister.
The DNA test results were provided out of Cincinnati, Ohio from DDC. DDC offers a wide variety of DNA testing services for family relationship determination. For a free consultation or to order a test, check out our online contact form or give us a call at 1-800-613-5768.
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