Son searching in the Comox Valley for his birth mother

Did you give birth to a son and name him Anthony Dion Gray?

Did you give birth to a son and name him Anthony Dion Gray?

If so, he would like to correspond with you in hopes of meeting his birth mother and siblings, if any.

Anthony Dion Gray was born on May 23, 1966, at St. Joseph’s General Hospital in Comox. Shortly after, he was given up for adoption.

Since the passing of his adoptive parents, Anthony and his daughter Korrine have been searching for his birth mother.

“He was approximately 18 months when an American family adopted him,” says Korrine.

Anthony’s name was changed and he has been living in the United States ever since.

The family would also like you to know that you have two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

“We have his mother’s identifying information except a married name, if she has one. This is what is hindering the search,” says Korrine.

Compounding the challenge is that Anthony was born in British Columbia and adopted into the United States. The paper trail is difficult to follow.

Any information to help Anthony in his search would be appreciated. Please contact Anthony and his family by email at

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