noun, the quality of being honest and having strong moral principals; moral uprightness.
One reason we have had many clients almost 20 years is our excellent research capabilities, attentive customer service, and the integrity with which we conduct ourselves concerning our clients and the heirs. We are nothing without you – the Client. Your case is as important to us as it is to you and we strive to do the best job possible in a timely and professional manner. You’ve got my word on that.
Patricia A. Champion,
Mrs. Champion is a professional genealogist, licensed private investigator, and the principal researcher for the firm. Mrs. Champion attended Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas and Central Florida Community College in Ocala, Florida. She has extensive experience in forensic genealogy and has conducted genealogical investigation for approximately twenty years, giving lectures and presentations on the various aspects of genealogical research. She has been considered an Expert Witness in forensic genealogy in several multi-million dollar probate cases. Patricia A. Champion holds a Private Investigator’s license in Texas (#118696) and Arizona (#1649924). She is the author of the article entitled Chasing Down Missing Heirs, published in the San Antonio Bar Association Magazine, January-February 2003 issue. Listed in the National Register’s WHO’S WHO of Executives and Professionals, she is also a member of the Texas State Genealogical Society, Association of Professional Genealogists, and the National Association of Professional Women. Patricia Champion continues to expand her knowledge in the field by attending national genealogical and investigative conferences, and completing accredited courses. Spanish is her second language in which she can speak, read and write. Mrs. Champion’s professionalism and ethics raises the bar in the industry of genealogical investigative research.