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Please help find dad

Dear Editor,

I'm writting this letter asking you for assistance in searching for a father I have

not met for 25 years.

His name is Net Seth or Net Seab. He joined the army as an18-year-old.

And he was also a professor at the University of Phnom Penh near Wat Phnom before

I was born.

Based on my childhood memory, my father has worked for the Phnom Penh Post (Phnom

Penh Radio) from 1979. At the time I thought that my father was dead because I trusted

my mother who told me that my father had been killed.

Now I have discovered that my mother knew that my father is alive and well since

1979 and she refused to accept him as her husband and a father to myself and to my

brother and sisters because of the time she has been through in 1975 to 1979.

If anyone has any information about my father, please let me know.

I would greatly appreciate any assistance.

Sereirath Net, kboran@home.com

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