The biography of Desiree Wanner: Born to Sandra Ann Cebulski (Rawls on Birth certificate but is an Atwood by blood) from Sacramento, Ca. and Kerry Paul Fontes. Although the name on my birth certificate is Andrew Damian Wanner also born is Ca. My mom was never married to Kerry or Andrew. She is now married to Louis T. Cebulski from Michigan. I have 2 children Tevin Michael Pierce he was born in Little Rock, Arkansas on 7/4/2001. My daughter is Samantha Wanner. She was born in Sacramento California on 7/28/13.
I never married. I went to American River College and got my AA in Psychology in 2014-2015. I have lived in California, West Virginia, and Arkansas.
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Joseph Carey memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?pagegr&GRid121197496
as well as memorials of 4 of their children.
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