Qulia Hyman has taken to Facebook to try to find her father. She calls the man in the photo (in the bottom righthand corner) her "maybe daddy" because she says he's potentially her dad.She says he was stationed at Grissom Air Base toward the end of 1980 as a lieutenant.
Here's what Hyman says she knows about her father:
I HAVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
At the time I was conceived my mother’s name was BETTY JEAN DAVISTON (maiden name LEMMONS). She says my father was a LIEUTENANT stationed at GRISSOM AIR FORCE BASE (now a museum) in INDIANA at the end of 1980. His first name is MICHAEL and I'm told he was a PILOT. I was born QULIA MARIE LYNN DAVISTON in the summer of 1981. My mother remarried shortly after I was born and both of our last names were immediately changed to Martin. I believe he was told about me, but he was just starting his military carrier and a baby wasn’t something he was ready for. I don’t think they were ever in any kind of committed relationship. I feel that over time peoples desires can change and I can’t help but wonder if he’s ever tried to look for me. Even if he attempted to search for me it would be challenging due to our name change. I have been given a picture of him, which I attached to the photo.
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