When a toddler went missing in rural Michigan in October 2013, residents and law enforcement officials quickly mobilized a massive search party. Volunteers searched for 2-year-old Amber Smith on foot, horseback and on off-road vehicles in and around the western Michigan town of Newaygo. As day turned to night and temperatures dropped, many feared the worst. The next day, a Michigan conservation officer spotted the young girl standing by woods less than 2 miles from her home. “I took my helmet off and threw it on the ground and walked right over to her, and she reached her arms up for me and I gave her a big hug,” Jeff Ginn said. “Finding the girl was pure luck.”

 

It’s not the first time Ginn has been at the right place at the right time. During his last 12 years of service, he has been credited with saving five lives while on duty, including Amber Smith. Ginn rescued a man and his son from the Muskegon River — flooded by heavy rains — after strong currents capsized their boat in 2012. A year later, he found a suicidal woman in a car and administered first aid until she regained consciousness and an ambulance arrived to take her to the hospital. And just last year, Ginn responded to a 911 call and quickly administered CPR and a defibrillator to a 75-year-old man suffering a heart attack.

 

I am very sure that you will not be surprised if I told you that Ginn is an iMiMatch user. Well, maybe he is, maybe he isn’t. But his traits ate all those of users on iMiMatch. Similar to Ginn, users on iMiMatch never find themselves at the wrong places. They are always at the right place and at the time. Whether to find a missing soul, to assist an aging person, to lend a hand to a pregnant woman or to support their brothers and sisters on the platform, users on iMiMatch are ever ready to help no matter the time and place.