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Juli C

Juli C

Juli is a search professional and genealogist with 35 years of experience in genealogical research and 15 years working with the oil and gas industry and locating missing heirs for attorneys and other professionals. Hers is an award winning small business. She volunteers her services finding families of terminally ill patients, researching police officers killed in the line of duty long ago for nomination to state and national memorials, and reuniting families for those who are low income. She and her husband have two grown sons and enjoy living in rural Southern Illinois. Juli Claussen – Credentials, Professional Achievements & Memberships
  • Member of the Association of Professional Genealogists.
  • 2015 Recipient of Connect SI/AT&T “Smart Broadband for Small Business” grant award, which recognizes micro-enterprises doing unique, innovative, and compelling business applications.
  • Life member of the Jackson County Historical Society.
  • Member of the Genealogy Society of Southern Illinois.
  • Past member in good standing of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, Daniel Brush Chapter.
  • Specialized genealogical training received through countless workshops, classes and conferences. 35 years experience in genealogy, primarily self-taught. Continually study and adhere to the highest accepted professional genealogy standards.
  • Proficient in the use of genealogical software programs.
  • Frequent speaker at local and regional genealogy society programs.
  • Trained for adoption searches under the late Edward “Mike” Egan, the premier Illinois adoption search professional.
  • Bachelors degree in Social Work, Southern Illinois University, 1982.
  • Recipient of the 1994 Alumni of the Year Award, Social Work, Southern Illinois University.
  • Featured in article entitled “History Detective”, Southern Illinoisan, 2006; picked up by other newspapers throughout the Midwest.
  • Featured in article entitled “Priceless Family Heirlooms Returned”, Southern Illinoisan, 2000.
  • Featured in article entitled “Mayday Off the Coast of North Korea”, Southern Illinoisan, 2000.
  • Search Angel volunteer; Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness volunteer.
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Nancy Collins

Genealogy and the hunt for the missing link started when Nancy was 13 years old in her own paternal search. After discov...

Alice Aber

Jaymie Frederick

Jaymie has been involved in helping reunite families separated by adoption since 1994 when she searched for and found th...

Ann P.

Ann Price

Ann has several years experience working with Search & Genealogy Services. She is an adoptee who found her biologica...

Rebekah Headings

Rebekah Headings has been doing genealogical research for 26 years, and for the past two years has worked with Search &a...

Darlene Anderson

Darlene Anderson is a full-time genealogist focusing on genealogy and historical research. She also enjoys genealogy res...

Andrea Avery

Andrea Avery

A genealogist for over 40 years, Andrea began her personal genealogy journey as a preteen with her grandmother. As an ad...