Tuesday, July 07, 2015
His name is Donald Wade Gould, he is 51 years old, he is from Spring Arbor Michigan 49283. Are you a white male, 18 years of age, with a DOB 8/24/1996 and you had lived in the Spring Arbor MI area with your foster parents or adopted parents, you could be Donald Gould’s long lost son and he wants to reconnect with you in Sarasota Fl. Donald Gould says he began playing clarinet when he was just a kid, which led him to play the instrument in the U.S. Marine Corps. When he got out of the service, Donald explained that he wanted to teach music, so he studied music education at Spring Arbor University in Michigan where he was originally from. See Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCguq3hTC2M
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A song and a viral video has given a homeless man a chance to reconnect with the son he was separated from 15 years ago. Video of the Donald Gould, a homeless former U.S. Marine, playing a beautiful rendition of “Come Sail Away” by Styx on an outdoor piano in Sarasota, Florida went viral, with millions of people seeing it in the last week. But only one person mattered to the man playing: His son. “I’ve always loved him from the day he was born. I’m never going to stop loving him,” Gould told WOOD TV8’s sister station WLFA. Gould, 51, lost custody of his son Donny when he was only 3 years old and hasn’t seen him since. Gould was struggling with drug abuse at the time. Donny’s mother died in 1998 due to a morphine overdose, Gould said. 24 Hour News 8 found Donald’s son living in West Michigan near South Haven. After Donny was removed from his father’s custody, he was adopted by my grandmother. After she had trouble raising him, he was adopted by another couple named Darryl and Terri, who 24 Hour News 8 is identifying by first name only. “We prayed about it and it was like we felt that God led us to do this,” Donny’s dad Darryl told 24 Hour News 8 on Tuesday.
SPRING ARBOR, MI – Spring Arbor University is offering a homeless man a full-ride scholarship to help him finish his degree. Donald Gould, 51, a former Marine, spent three years at SAU before hard times hit and he dropped out, and now the university wants to help him in his effort to get back on track. “We want to do the right thing for him,” said Malachi Crane, SAU’s vice president for enrollment and marketing. “He’s obviously had a lot of trials in his life. Sometimes you just need a break. Gould, who’s known as “Boone” in Sarasota, started at SAU in 1990 and left in 1993, Crane said. Reports said his life spiraled downhill after his wife died and he turned to substance abuse. He was studying music education at the time he left the university, Crane said. “If he still has a passion for music education, we want to do everything we can to help him,” Crane said. “It’s who we are as an institution that believes strongly in the faith-based education we offer.
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