This list is for people who disappeared while wearing clothes or jewelry with college or university logos, whether they were students or not. I attended both Hendrix College and Ohio State University (and my father still teaches at OSU), so I have a lot of their sweatshirts and stuff. I have also bought clothes from colleges I’ve got no affiliation with. I am, for example, the proud owner of a Vilnius University sweatshirt that was made to commemorate their 400th (!) anniversary in 1979. It’s still in great shape in spite of its age. Anyway:
- Tina Louise Bowen: Duke University
- Amy Lynn Bradley: unspecified college
- Kayla Mae Croft-Payne: Centralia College and Washington State University
- Joseph Wayne Daggett: Uvalde Junior College (which I believe has been renamed South Texas Junior College)
- Stella Anastasia Evon: Georgetown University
- Joshua Cheney Guimond (maybe), St. John’s University in Minnesota. (Not to be confused with the St. John’s University in New York City.)
- Della Marie Hillard: Houston Baptist University
- Kenneth Wayne Hilscher: Texas A&M University
- Kimberley Kay Kersey: University of Paris
- Kevin Mitchell Kulek: University of Michigan
- Mary Shotwell Little: Women’s College of the University of North Carolina (Which is no longer extant; it’s been absorbed into the University of North Carolina.)
- David Michael Martin: University of Oklahoma
- Cody Scott Matney: University of Florida
- Peter John McColl: University of California at Berkeley
- Benjamin Matthew McCullers: Georgia Southern University
- Thomas James Mixon: Georgetown University
- Kristi Lynn Richardson (maybe): University of Wyoming
- Sheryl Lyn Rucci: Canisius College
- Edwin Collins Smith: Lester Junior College (no longer extant; I’m not sure what happened to it)
- Karen Jo Smith: Indiana University
- Lauren Susann Smith: Longwood University
- Angie Denise Tucker: Oklahoma State University
- Elizabeth Veloz: Georgetown University
Ed smith…I bet that it was Leicester Junior College and someone misspelled it on the initial report.
Thanks for that.
Next time you or someone make a list of Charley’s longest case files, so I don’t need to browse to read a good long mystery
Amy Bradley went to Longwood College in Virginia.
The Women’s College of the University of North Carolina still exists, but it’s name was changed to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1963 when the university became a co-ed school.
I stand corrected.