In his early years, Mick Myers had a difficult childhood and eventually ended up living on the streets most of his adult life. Despite being called family by his friends, he was completely disregarded by society as a whole.
Then a county deputy sheriff gave Myers a second chance. Assisted by him and a devoted volunteer, Myers was able to get off the streets. Furthermore, he reconnected with someone he thought was gone from his life for good.
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As A Child, Mick Had No Idea What His Real Name Was
In 1950, Mick Myers only knew he had been adopted at the age of two by a family from San Leandro, California. Even though he didn’t know his real name, he went by “Mick Meyers”.
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Myers earned decent grades in school and participated in his high school marching band. But things went south as he grew up. When he was a teenager, he had trouble getting along with his siblings, who he felt treated him unfairly.
Then, the adopted man lost everything once again