It was a cordial conversation, but as the phone call came to an end Mike Reed wasn’t sure how to sign off and then the man on the other end of the line did it for him.“’Goodnight son,’” the man said.“I was just floored,” said Mike.The man on the other end of the phone was Dennis Fay, Mike’s biological father. The two connected for the first time using 23andMe. Initially Mike, a 60-year-old adoptee, had used 23andMe not to find his biological family, but just to learn a little bit more about his ancestry. He said he’d been frustrated when his kids would ask him about their ancestry.“I’d just tell them we were “American,” he said joking.But he was curious to learn more, so he tested. And learned more than he could have imagined. Not only did he find out his ancestry is mostly from the UK and Ireland, but testing connected him to a woman who turned out to be his half-sister. She in turn connected him to Dennis, who they ultimately figured out was Mike’s biological father.The two met in person for the first time in May. Their meeting, and Mike getting introduced to his nine half siblings, was covered by the Desert News. Check it out.Stay tuned for more about Mike and his family.