🙏 Project Prayer For The Missing- Pamela Biggers

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Pam’s home is in Hueytown, Alabama.  On Sunday, January 27th, 2008, she traveled to Panama City, Florida for her job.  She traveled with some of her co-workers and everyone was staying in the same hotel, not the same room, but the same hotel.

She was last seen going into her hotel room around 7 pm that same night.  They were to meet in the lobby on Monday morning to go to their job, resetting a Winn Dixie.  Pam did not show up and they knew that something was wrong.  They checked her room and absolutely everything, key cards, purse, cell phone…all of her belongs were in the room and her car still parked in the hotel lot.  Pam has not been seen since.

I feel like she went missing because of some mental issues that had been recently noticeable, but I don’t know anything for sure except she is gone.  Pam’s husband also died this year and their boys are left with no parents.

Please remember them in your prayers please.  Thank you for praying for Pam and her family.

CUE Center Profile here

Thank you for praying for Pam and her family.

Paula Thomas ( Sister)

🙏Project Prayer For The Missing- Brian Sullivan

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Brian (19 years old) had just finished the spring semester at college. He bought a car with the money he saved from working. He was undecided on what to do stay in school in NY go out of state or to start working.

On July 7th we saw him before talking our dog to the park. When we came back he was gone. Not unusual. On July 8th he was seen at 5:30 am at Burger king. His car was found about a mile away. No sign of Brian. No foul play was suspected. But since then that has changed with tips that LE has got.

Brian left all of his clothes. He has not accessed his bank accounts. He had a large un-cashed check on his dresser.

Thank you to the youth group for keeping our Brian in your prayers.

Barbara Sullivan ( Mother)

Brian Sullivan’s website here

CUE Center profile here

🙏Project Prayer For The Missing – Bethany Decker

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Bethany A. Decker, 25, was last seen on Jan. 29, 2011 according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. Friends saw her at her apartment on Orchard Grass Terrace that day, but no one has seen or heard from Decker.

Her due date for her second child was  August 7, 2011 whose husband that recently returned from Afghanistan, gave no indication to family and friends that she would be leaving, and investigators don’t have any leads about where she might have gone.

Decker is a student at George Mason University. She was studying global environmental change, according to the university’s directory. She was also working as a waitress.

Decker has family in the Fredericksburg area, but her vehicle was found at her Ashburn apartment.

She is described as white, 4 feet 11 inches tall and 130 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information about her disappearance is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 703-777-0475.

Kim Nelson ( Mother)

CUE Center Profile here

🙏Project Prayer For The Missing- Patricia Viola

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Bogota funeral for once-missing woman doesn’t bring closure
February 25, 2013, 8:31 PM

BOGOTA — Burying his wife has not brought closure to Jim Viola and his family, but it closes a chapter on a saga that started 12 years ago, when the 42-year-old mother vanished without a trace from the family’s Chestnut Avenue home.

“She is with God now, we know that for sure,” he said following a funeral Mass Monday. “Instead of the unknown — of going on forever and ever — there is some sense of relief…that at least now we know, while at the same time we are trying to find out what happened. But it’s by no means closure.” 

For more than a decade, the family hoped that they would find Patricia Viola alive, but those dreams ended in September when the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner notified the local police department that it had matched DNA from a bone fragment found on Rockaway Beach on July 27, 2002 to samples submitted by Patricia Viola’s children, Michael, 22, and Christine Washington, 25.

“You always want to bury your loved one,” Jim Viola said. “And it is Pat. It may not be all of Pat, but it is still Pat.”

Earlier that morning, Jim Viola carried a small white container, slightly larger than a shoe box, with his wife’s remains into St. Joseph’s Church. 

It was where the couple was married in 1986, where their children were baptized and where they received Catholic sacraments. So it was only fitting that’s where about two dozen family members, a smattering of former co-workers, borough residents and friends would say their final good-byes. 

“You didn’t stop hoping — and you fought for her,” said The Rev. Richard Supple, who presided over the service.

Supple noted St. Joseph’s played a big role in the family’s life.

Michael, who was 10 when his mother disappeared, was an altar server there. And Christine, just 13 at the time, was active in the church’s youth group during her adolescent years. Jim Viola is still an usher.

Patricia Viola had inherited her love for her fellow man from her mother, Lucille Marri, who died in 2010, and had passed it on to her children, Supple said. 

There was no eulogy, but Jim Viola said later that his wife enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. 

“She loved entertaining,” he said adding she was also fond of roller coaster rides and the Jersey Shore. “She enjoyed having our friends over for our pool parties, for barbecues, dancing, and singing.”

What happened to Patricia Viola remains a mystery.

She was last seen alive around 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 13 2001, after leaving E. Roy Bixby Elementary School where she volunteered at the library. When she got home, Patricia Viola called her mother and reset the house’s alarm around 1 p.m., police said. She was never seen again, leaving behind her purse, identification, cellphone, cash, credit cards, keys and epilepsy medication, authorities said.

In the course of trying to find his wife, Jim Viola worked with state legislators to help pass “Patricia’s Law,” which prohibits police from refusing to take missing-person reports and requires them to tell family members about support services. Police must attempt to gather DNA samples after 30 days.

The final break came in April 2011, after the family resubmitted DNA samples from Michael and Christine. The match was made last year. Viola said he is still working with his private investigator.

“The police department still has the case open,” he said. “That DNA profile is still there, and will remain in the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) database for all eternity should something else be found.” 

Jim Viola had been slowly letting go even as he clung to the remote possibility that his wife might return. After his wife’s mother’s death, he started the process to legally declare Patricia dead, which he could have done after seven years. 

He also removed signs outside his home offering rewards for information and started “organizing” her belongings, which had remained the way she had left them. 

On Monday, a former secretary at Bixby Elementary School, said she was moved to attend the funeral to pay her final respects.

“I really thought Pat was a wonderful person, and it was my last goodbye to her,” said the woman.

Supple and the Rev. Paul Schweizer blessed the casket near the end of the 45-minute service.

“In peace, let us take our sister to her place of rest,” he said before they departed the church.

Patricia Viola was buried at Hackensack Cemetery with her parents.

http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/

My mother was missing from February 13,2001 from our home in Bogota NJ.  On September 11, 2012 Bogota  police contacted us that they had a positive identification  on some remains  that washed up on Rockaway  Beach in Queens  NY on July 27, 2002 which belonged to my mother. We still have no idea what happened to her and I wish and pray we will get some justice for her.

Christine Washington- (Daughter)

 

 

 

🙏Project Prayer For The Missing – Melanie Metheny

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Missing Since: 07/19/06
Missing from: Belle, West Virginia
Classification: Missing
Date Of Birth: 06/21/85
Age at disappearance: 21
Height: 5’3″
Weight: 100 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Brown
Race: White
Gender: Female
Distinguishing Characteristics: Pierced ears,
surgical scar on left ankle. Light Complexion


Details of Disappearance

Melanie was last seen at approximately 8:00am after dropping her children off at a daycare in the vicinity of the 3000 block of E. Dupont Ave. in Belle, WV. Her vehicle, described as a gold 1998 Chevy Ventura minivan, was later located abandoned in the vicinity of Wyoming St. and Beuhring Ave. in Charleston, WV.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office
304-357-4693

On the morning of Wednesday July 19, 2006, Melanie Metheny left her residence in Campbell’s Creek with two of her children and the child of her boyfriend.  It is believed that she dropped off the boyfriend’s child between 7:30 and 8:00 am at the home of the child’s paternal grandmother in the Dry Branch Area of Campbell’s Creek and then continued to the Country Kids Daycare located in the 3000 block of East DuPont Ave Belle. There she dropped off her two children between 7:50am and 8:00 am.

Friends, family, and daycare workers said Melanie told them she was going to Garnett Career College in Charleston that day to pick up her transcripts and deliver them to West Virginia State College where she intended to start classes. Melanie never returned to pick up her children from the daycare.

According to Melanie’s cell phone records, she placed two calls between 9:00 am and 9:30am that morning, one of which to her voice mail, and both calls had been placed from the Western Kanawha and Eastern Putnam Co. areas.  A check was done at West Virginia State College and Garnett and no contact was made with Melanie that day.

Melanie’s van, 1998 Gold Chevrolet Venture Van, was located 4 days later on July 23, 2006, parked on the street in the residential area of Wyoming Street and Beuhring Avenue on the West Side of Charleston.  One witness in the area said that the van had been parked there since around the afternoon of Wednesday July 19, 2006.  Melanie’s purse, cell phone, debit and food stamp card were not found in the vehicle. There has been no activity on either of the cards.

Melanie was 21 years old when she went missing.  She has long strawberry blond hair, brown eyes, 5’3”, and approximately 100lbs. She didn’t have any tattoos but has a scar on her lower right leg/ankle and a plate and two screws that she received from a car accident.  Melanie Metheny is the mother of 3 children. Their ages at the time of her disappearance were 1, 3, and 5 years.

Since the time she was reported missing the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office has expended numerous man hours while conducting this missing person case.  They have received hundreds of tips since her disappearance and conducted follow-up investigations on each tip.  They actively follow up on any leads that are brought to their attention.

Someone in the public has information that could lead us to a closure in Melanie’s case and we ask anyone with information on this case to please contact the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office tip line at 304-357-4693.  All calls can be anonymous and information will be kept confidential.

http://www.melanieshope.org  and http://melaniemetheny.com

Deborah L Daniel ( Mother)

Zachary Malinowski

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Zachary was playing basketball with his friends on Sunday, August 25,2013. After playing ball, Zachary dropped off  one of his friends at a residence (Murray Johnson Rd, Conway, SC) and the other friend states that he and Zachary then went to a  lady’s residence  – 7th Avenue, in Aynor,SC. They both stayed at that residence until approximately 11:30pm. The friend states that Zachary left in Zachary’s vehicle (1996 dark purple/burgundy Chevy Beretta) to get something to eat. He hasn’t been seen since.

Horry County police say they have found the car of missing 19-year-old Zachary Matthew Malinowski and that is was burned. His car was found in the woods off of Valley Forge Road near Aynor. Police say the car was “completely burned.”
Judi Jordan (Aunt)

CUE Center Profile Here

Project Prayer For The Missing- Derrell Miller

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Missing Since:10/21/13
Missing From: Rochester, New York
Age at Disappearance: 22
Black Male
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black
Height: 6’2
Weight: 225
Scars Marks,Tattoos: Tattoo on chest
Clothing: Black Hoodie, Black Yankees hat,Timberland construction boots
Nickname: Smokie

Details of Disappearance:
Derrell was last seen on Arch St in Rochester, New York and his family states that it is unlike him to go this long without calling his mother or his children. The case remains unsolved;

CUE Center Profile Here

Investigative Agency:
Greece New York Police Department
585-581-4000

Submit a Confidential Tip Here

Derrell is my oldest son and he is dearly missed by his family he loves kids has for of his own love spending time with family a kid at heart.

Gwendolyn ( Derrell’s Mother)