Make-a-List Monday: Transients

A list of people who were “transient” at the time of their disappearance. Meaning, I believe, homeless or semi-homeless (sofa-surfing, for example).

  1. Bettina Minnie Antone
  2. Wade Michael Aughney
  3. Julia Christine Aul
  4. Garrison Duane Baker
  5. Tori Jean Grace Bess
  6. Christina Carol Burnett-Pitts
  7. Bobbi Ann Campbell
  8. Johnny Harold Campbell
  9. Brandi Natasha Cole
  10. Alexander Lamar Crear
  11. Kayla Mae Croft-Payne
  12. Dean E. Dawson
  13. Rosendo Lopez Delrio
  14. Susan Kay DeLuca
  15. Donald James Denninger
  16. Harlan James Dennis
  17. Philip Verne Deshayes
  18. Patricia Jane Dixon
  19. Roxann Ellison
  20. Jason Jesse Erthal
  21. Nellie Florence Cornman Flickinger
  22. Terry Steven Fox
  23. Shawn Patrick Gallagher
  24. Lou Allen Goettsch
  25. Douglas E. Goodwin
  26. Jaime Ramirez Gutierrez
  27. Dhartri Hadley
  28. Stanley Walker Harris
  29. Carlos Amendos Herriford
  30. George Darrell Herrington
  31. Samantha Ann Howell
  32. Mark Inhoffe
  33. Donald Lee Izzett Jr.
  34. Raymond Alan Johnson
  35. Bobby Wayne Jones
  36. Diane Renee Loewen
  37. Tamala Jean Longway
  38. Brian Kent Martin
  39. Rosemma Mendenhall
  40. Misty Michelle Mock
  41. John J. Moore
  42. Laura Marie Nimbach
  43. Tawnya Fay Parker
  44. Duane Earl Patterson
  45. Louis Edward Payne Jr.
  46. Atticus Louis Pearson
  47. Tiffany Marche Phelps
  48. Raymond Samuel Poland
  49. Kathleen Helen Randall
  50. Tellie Jo Simmons
  51. Dawn Ann Solensky
  52. Shaun David Steward
  53. Edward Brian Tandler
  54. Kyle Frank Tolley
  55. Marvin Leo Walvatne
  56. Timothy Dale White
  57. Cheryl Nevone Williams
  58. Deborah Yvonne Wims

9 thoughts on “Make-a-List Monday: Transients

  1. HennyLee March 16, 2015 / 8:47 am

    Another great list idea Meaghan!

    • Someone July 9, 2019 / 9:55 am

      Number 50 was my best childhood friend. I miss her.

  2. Peter Henderson Jr. March 16, 2015 / 9:52 am

    Meaghan,

    While transient generally means homeless or a person moving from place to place and crashing at friends homes it can also refer to a nomadic free spirit.

    In the 1970’s/early ’80’s people traveling from place to place with long haul truckers would have been called transient. But at a time when truckers were seen as romantic knights of the interstate the people themselves may have said they were nomadic hippie free spirits.

    I believe that’s how Tammy Jo Alexander (Caledonia Jane Doe) saw herself.

    If interested, “ Who Is The Girl With No Name?”

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3807974117177.172575.1212153052&type=1&l=f20a2e11cd

    • Melinda March 18, 2015 / 7:49 pm

      Very true, Peter…I believe that in some of these cases that could explain the disappearances.

  3. B March 16, 2015 / 11:17 am

    Also, Bridget Lee Pendell-Williamson…if not homeless, then pretty close to it. A really sad one.

  4. Lauren March 16, 2015 / 11:58 pm

    Great idea for a list! BTW, Sofa surfing lol – that’s a good one!

  5. Melinda March 18, 2015 / 7:59 pm

    In the case of Deborah Wims, I think that she was most likely a victim of Gary Ridgway…he murdered her sister Cheryl in 1983. Like her older sister Cheryl, Deborah was a prostitute and chances are that Ridgway crossed paths with her at some point.

    It’s just that Deborah’s remains have never been found. She was a very pretty girl from the pictures I’ve seen. I think the Wims sisters were either biracial or very light-skinned…Opal Mills was another Ridgway victim who fits that description also.

  6. MB July 11, 2015 / 10:02 pm

    Oh, by the way…my name is Melinda; the same person who posted above. I also go by MB, just so there’s no confusion. I’m still learning my way around this blog.

    Anyway, another name on this list jumps out at me: Tawnya Fay Parker.
    I believe that Thomas Freeman is responsible for her murder/disappearance, whatever you want to call it. There is a lot of evidence that she was harmed…the blood, the scream that was heard coming from the apartment, and the fact that their relationship was volatile.

    Tawnya was actually from Washington, not Georgia, although she lived in ATL for a while.
    Her mother Barbara died in 2004…Tawnya resembled her a lot. I don’t think that Tawnya shared the same father with her two siblings, Eric and Jennifer. There is a slight resemblance between Tawnya and her sister, but I think Tawnya was somewhat prettier.

    Freeman tried to say that it was menstrual blood on the mattress but it is obviously a lie. Plenty of women (particularly those with heavy periods) bleed a lot and have accidents, but not to the extent where it actually looks like a crime scene occurred. I speak from experience with having extremely heavy bleeding in the past…it makes a mess and can stain clothes/beds, but not to the degree where people are suspicious.
    Didn’t he realize how bogus that sounds? First somebody heard Tawnya scream, then her blood is on his shoe and the mattress, and there is the question of her disappearance.
    Of course people will wonder what happened and what, if any, part he played in it.

  7. Bobbi Wright February 8, 2018 / 7:07 pm

    When I hit my mom’s name Tamala Jean Longway it says nothing is found my mom is still missing I personally haven’t seen or talked to her since 1997

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