Difference between revisions of "Adoption success stories"

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*[[Jacqueline Kasun]] - great [[conservative]] and founder of Humboldt Pro-Life.  Kasun "spent most of her childhood with her father’s parents", and moved back in with her father as a college student.<ref>Humboldt Pro-Life, Jacqueline Kasun [http://www.humboldtprolife.com/jacqueline_kasun]</ref>
 
*[[Jacqueline Kasun]] - great [[conservative]] and founder of Humboldt Pro-Life.  Kasun "spent most of her childhood with her father’s parents", and moved back in with her father as a college student.<ref>Humboldt Pro-Life, Jacqueline Kasun [http://www.humboldtprolife.com/jacqueline_kasun]</ref>
 
*[[James Michener]] - perhaps the most popular writer of historical novels in history, was adopted by a [[Quaker]] widow
 
*[[James Michener]] - perhaps the most popular writer of historical novels in history, was adopted by a [[Quaker]] widow
*[[Thomas Monaghan]] - founder of [[Domino's Pizza]]<ref>http://famous.adoption.com/famous/monaghan-thomas.html</ref>
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*[[Thomas Monaghan]] - founder of [[Domino's Pizza]] and [[Ave Maria University]]<ref>http://famous.adoption.com/famous/monaghan-thomas.html</ref>
 
*[[Michael Reagan]] - adoptive son of President Ronald Reagan,<ref>http://www.cfif.org/htdocs/freedomline/current/in_our_opinion/michael-reagan-interview.htm</ref>
 
*[[Michael Reagan]] - adoptive son of President Ronald Reagan,<ref>http://www.cfif.org/htdocs/freedomline/current/in_our_opinion/michael-reagan-interview.htm</ref>
 
*[[Babe Ruth]] - first adopted and raised for years by a Catholic orphanage, and then (when he 19) by a baseball scout.<ref>http://xroads.virginia.edu/~ug02/yeung/baberuth/born.html</ref>
 
*[[Babe Ruth]] - first adopted and raised for years by a Catholic orphanage, and then (when he 19) by a baseball scout.<ref>http://xroads.virginia.edu/~ug02/yeung/baberuth/born.html</ref>

Revision as of 13:47, 29 January 2013

This is a growing list of adopted people who made an enormous contribution to society:

Adoptive Parent

Bible

References