WALDOBORO, Maine (AP) — Two Maine men and a woman who reunited after discovering they were separated as youngsters have found another long-lost sibling.
Kathleen Cooper showed up on the "Today" show Wednesday for a surprise reunion.
Randy Joubert and Gary Nisbet discovered they are brothers this summer while working together as furniture movers in Waldoboro.
They had been given up for adoption as babies about 35 years ago.
After their story was publicized, half-sister Joanne Campbell showed up. While appearing with her brothers Tuesday on the "Today" show, Campbell said a long-lost sister was still unaccounted for.
Cooper called NBC after watching the show from her home in Sarasota, Fla.
The four siblings ended up in foster care, then were placed with adoptive families.