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Make-a-List Monday: Asthmatics

May 18, 2015

People with asthma, obviously. My dad has asthma. He had a very bad attack when I was ten and nearly died. He hadn’t been troubled much by the condition since then, though.

  1. Walter Thomas Ackerson Jr.
  2. Stephan Mitchell Adams
  3. Mylette Josephine Anderson
  4. Charles Austin
  5. Stephen Shawn Austin
  6. Deborah J. Centeno
  7. Jasmine Kirlissa Collins
  8. Joshua Jayvaughn Davis Jr.
  9. Sarah Raquel Elsafi
  10. Kathern G. Fetzer
  11. Michael Bradyn Fuksa
  12. Alexa Denise Galdamez
  13. Brandon Rodrigues Graves
  14. Jeffrey Robert Gunderson
  15. Charles F. Hanlon
  16. Heriberto Herrera
  17. Mohamed-Ali Hilal Jaafar
  18. Rolando Salas Jusino
  19. Oscar Geovany Leyva
  20. Delwin Locklear
  21. Gene Wesley Lysle
  22. Ashley Renee Martinez
  23. Beverly Lofton Meadows
  24. Brandon Mema
  25. Kimberly Bumbalough Mimmovich
  26. Laura Marie Nimbach
  27. Carlos Pacheco
  28. Shy’Kemmia Shy’Rezz Pate
  29. Crystal Dawn Morrison Prentice
  30. Brittany Shante Robinson
  31. Heather Lindsay Silver
  32. Edwin Collins Smith
  33. Reachelle Marie Smith
  34. Shawn Eric Spencer
  35. Vicki Arleen Sundgaard
  36. Caleta Sade White
  37. Marvin Duane Witte

Make-a-List Monday: Sunglasses

May 11, 2015

A list of people wearing regular eyeglasses would be too long, but I can do one with sunglasses. In all these cases the clothing description specifically says “sunglasses”; there are no cases where they “usually” wore them, or sunglasses disappeared with the MP.

  1. Jonathan Aujay
  2. Kimberly Shawn Cheatham
  3. John Constantine
  4. Elwyn Wayne Cundiff
  5. Ashley Marie Eiffert
  6. Gilbert Mark Gilman
  7. Michael Eugene Golub
  8. Una Mae Herd
  9. Heriberto Herrera
  10. Donald L. Hicks
  11. John David Higham
  12. Keith D. Humenik
  13. Robert Joel LaPergola Jr.
  14. Judy Martins
  15. Gloria White Moore McDonald
  16. Kimberly Bumbalough Mimmovich
  17. Brenda Morgan
  18. Freddy Murguia
  19. Randy Scott Nichols
  20. Harriet T. Olsen
  21. Kenneth Eugene O’Neil
  22. Gene Andrew Payne
  23. Francisco Robles Perez
  24. Marcie Tokeysha Peterson
  25. Valerie Sifsof
  26. Matthew Stephen Wood

Make-a-List Monday: Afros

May 4, 2015

A list of people whose hair was styled in an Afro when they went missing.

  1. Norris Billingsley*
  2. Travis Bingham
  3. Michael James Borges
  4. Roy Gregory Brooks Jr.
  5. Eric Lawrence Brown
  6. Mary Alice Cox
  7. Christian Taylor Ferguson
  8. Jose Angel Fuentes Jr.*
  9. Mary Everette Harrison
  10. Jaliek L. Rainwalker
  11. Marque Allen Rhodes
  12. Solomon Gomile Rose III
  13. Jawan Alton Siebert
  14. Patricia Ann Tigner
  15. Ellen Townsend*


Bonus: Roxanne Marie Sims, who may wear an Afro wig.

Make-a-List Monday: Limbs of unequal length

April 27, 2015

These MPs all had an arm or leg that was shorter than the other one.

  1. Charles Wane Dodd
  2. Nellie Florence Cornman Flickinger
  3. George William Hawkins
  4. Angelique James
  5. Noel Nathaniel Morris
  6. Mary Louise Walker
  7. Roland Martin Welsh Jr.
  8. David Mark Wheeler

Make-a-List Monday: Really really bad photos, F-J

April 20, 2015

See the A through E list.

  1. Joyce Alice Fisher
  2. Justine Gabrielle Flynn
  3. Dixie May Forrester
  4. William Henry Forshee Sr.
  5. Iva Mildred Foss
  6. Brenda Kay Foster
  7. Hilda Claudette Frazier
  8. Bernhard Fricke
  9. Elizabeth Dorothy Funchess
  10. William Gaffney
  11. James Anthony Galloway
  12. Emely Yolibeth Gamez-Lopez
  13. Frank Garcia
  14. Mauricio Garcia
  15. Rodolfo Alalberto Garcia
  16. Robert C. Garman
  17. Marvin Cornell Gibbs
  18. Stephanie C. Gibson
  19. Scott Anthony Gilchrist
  20. Elizabeth Walston Godwin
  21. Ronald Gomes
  22. Catalino Gomez
  23. Donna Maria Gonzales
  24. Haskell Wilson Gonzales
  25. Jesus Gonzales
  26. Marcus Hernandez Gonzales
  27. Raymundo Antonio Gonzalez
  28. Curtis Lawrence Goodman
  29. Oded Gordon
  30. Keyshia Graham
  31. Juan Gravado
  32. Craig Jeffrey Graves
  33. Sherie Ann Graves
  34. Katie Michelle Gray
  35. Michael Earl Gray
  36. Deborah Kim Green
  37. Walter Gressley
  38. Joshua Greyson
  39. Michael Grochowsky
  40. Angela R. Gross
  41. Fabian Humberto Gutierrez
  42. Gerald J. Hanrahan
  43. Thomas Allen Hanson
  44. Sharon Harrer
  45. Jennings Lee Hart
  46. Oliver Hart
  47. Richard Burks Hart
  48. Cindy L. Haumann
  49. Robert Hay
  50. Gary Hayward
  51. Jeffrey Keith Hegwood
  52. Mitchell Todd Hein
  53. Martha Smith Helmick
  54. Ronnie Henderson
  55. Dorothy Mae Hendricks
  56. Jerry Sherman Hendry
  57. Sausha Latine Henson
  58. Robin Denise Appel Herring
  59. Roland Himebrook
  60. Kathaleen Elizabeth Hine
  61. Oscar Florence Hintta
  62. Virginia Hollingsworth
  63. Davis Holloman
  64. David Charles Holmes
  65. Frederick Andrew Holmes
  66. Dawn Michelle Holt
  67. John Scott Holt
  68. Gwendolyn M. Hooser
  69. Melvin Charles Horst
  70. Michelle Houchman
  71. Isaac Ray Howard
  72. Jody Fern Howard
  73. Cheryl Huff
  74. Lily Mae Huff
  75. Cary Sue Huie
  76. Francisco Huizar
  77. Thomas Kearny Hull Jr.
  78. Alice Kristina Wehr Hummel
  79. Gary Lee Humphrey
  80. Raymond Lee Hunley
  81. Barbara Jean Pauley Hunt
  82. Dontray Miquel Hunter
  83. David Robert Hursell
  84. Peter Jess Hurst
  85. Refugio Isaguirre
  86. Hattie E. Jackson
  87. Scott Lyons Jacobs
  88. Ruth Alice Jacobus
  89. James Jamison
  90. Kyle David Jansen
  91. Douglas Morris Jarmon II
  92. Tammy Ann Jarvis
  93. Virginia Jewell
  94. Albert Leo Jimenez
  95. Ruth Jimenez
  96. Robin Lynn Jobson
  97. Julie Dalton Johnson
  98. Kester Denmon Johnson
  99. Randy Johnson
  100. Taurean Johnson
  101. Tok Sun Han Johnson
  102. Trina Lakea Johnson
  103. William Johnson
  104. Sidney Edward Johnston
  105. Danny Lee Jones
  106. Gladys Jones
  107. Jerry Von Jones
  108. Marland Dewayne Jones
  109. Pamela Gay Jones
  110. Dietrich Helmut Jonke
  111. Fairlyn Jordan
  112. Orlando Jordan
  113. Song Im Joseph
  114. Marie D. Jost
  115. Guadalupe Juarez-Figueroa
  116. Roger Lenard Jung

Make-a-List Monday: Carrying money

April 13, 2015

This list is for people who were or may have been carrying a lot of cash when they were last seen — a minimum of $500, or an unspecified “large amount of cash.” I have decided to include doubtful cases where, say, the husband is a suspect in the wife’s disappearance but he claims she just took a lot of cash and left him. There are a lot of cases like that on this list.

  1. Mark Wayne Adamson
  2. Angela Elaine Allen
  3. Steven G. Alyea
  4. Sandra Bennett
  5. Florence Anne Coker
  6. Joan E. Conetta
  7. Brian David Cook
  8. Jacqueline Cooper
  9. Rosemary Cosgrove
  10. Joseph Force Crater
  11. Michael Austin Davis
  12. Vicky Carolyn de Laurier
  13. Albert A. De Mattos, Lucy T. Pacheco‘s companion (he doesn’t have a casefile of his own, since no pictures of him are available)
  14. Julie A. Earley
  15. Maureen Erin Fields
  16. Ruben Gallegos
  17. Chris Robert Giauque
  18. Curtis Lawrence Goodman
  19. Margaret I. Haddican-McEnroe
  20. Kelley Jean Harris
  21. William Ensley Hipp III
  22. James William Hires
  23. George Erick James
  24. Anna Bertha Kenneway
  25. Gary S. Kergan
  26. Shannon Clair LaBau
  27. Janet Gail Levine March
  28. Timur Mardeyev
  29. Cynthia Jane Marl
  30. Carolyn Sue Martin
  31. Jimmy Maughon
  32. Michael Scott McLaughlin
  33. James Allen McLean
  34. Darryl Keith Miller
  35. Jean Moore
  36. Glinver Keith Osborne
  37. Kinsey Maxfield Otto
  38. Paresh Patel
  39. Tracy Michelle Samuels
  40. Lauren Susann Smith
  41. Marsilene Smith
  42. Nancy Marleine Snow
  43. Salena Marie Tackett
  44. Alexander Haig Tafralian
  45. Woodrow Taylor
  46. Catherine Marie Tornquist
  47. Edyth Ann Warner
  48. Mary Louise Watkins
  49. Kimberly Whitton
  50. Mark Duane Woodard
  51. Lee Roy Young

Churning out more lists in advance

April 7, 2015

I make my Make-a-List Monday lists weeks, sometimes over a month in advance. (I really ought to do the same with my Flashback Friday and Select It Sunday entries; that way I wouldn’t keep missing them if I happened to forget or have been away from the computer those days.) Right now I’ve got four lists made up and am working on a fifth, another “really bad photos” list.

Just because the mood has struck me, I thought I’d explain the benefits of these lists. Although the lists often take quite awhile to put together, any one of these reasons would be enough to continue doing them:

  1. I like making them.
  2. They are popular with blog viewers.
  3. They bring often-obscure MPs up to the surface, if only briefly.
  4. When going through casefiles to make a list out of, I tend to notice things like typos (lord knows I have plenty) and then will fix them. (The other day I saw “wants” written instead of “once.” Ouch.)
  5. I also tend to notice cases that look like they should be purged, and will go and check and see.
  6. I also get inspired to research cases I haven’t updated in ages, to see if there’s any new things to add.
  7. I also occasionally find cases in my files that shouldn’t be there anymore, as in they’ve already been resolved, and I had forgotten to remove them.

Working lately on the “really bad photos” lists, I think that one big service NamUs has done is provide much better photos of quite a few MPs. Loads of times I’ll have a grainy, blurry black and white photocopy-of-a-photocopy-of-a-newspaper picture and then NamUs will put up the casefile with a good quality, color version of the same image.

I’m thinking of doing a list of MPs where, while they were searching for the MP, they found someone else’s body instead. I can think of at least two Charley Project cases that meet with that criteria. I’m not sure how to seek out more though.

Make-a-List Monday: Armenians

April 6, 2015

Armenia is a small nation in the south Caucasus region, basically right in the doorway between Europe and Asia, with a population of three million and change. I don’t know much about it, other than that they are more or less perpetually in a state of war with their neighbor Azerbaijan. I read once that, in proportion to the population, Armenia has more PhDs than any other country in the world. Anyway, there’s enough Armenian-Americans on Charley to make a (short) list of them.

  1. Atinui Kevorkian
  2. Gregory James Kuljian
  3. Irma Mkrtchyan
  4. Martin Pogosian
  5. Alexander Haig Tafralian

[ADDENDUM: When I said I didn’t know much about Armenia, I meant modern Armenia, not the Armenia of a century ago, whose people underwent a dreadful ethnic cleansing at the hands of the Turks. That I do know something about, having read a few memoirs by survivors.]

Make-a-List Monday: “Disabled” or “dependent adult” persons

March 30, 2015

A list of people who are classified as dependent adults or disabled, where the reason for such classification isn’t provided.

  1. Jolee Baker
  2. Robert Anthony Biela
  3. Bethany Lynn Bull
  4. William F. Calvin
  5. Raven Joy Campbell
  6. Michael J. Chouinard
  7. Felicia Dishelle Coleman
  8. Willard Dabney
  9. Lillian Eileen Demaris
  10. Stephen Eding
  11. Charles R. Elmquist
  12. Martin Encinas
  13. Daniel Elijah Esses
  14. John Gilbert Farfan
  15. Rodolfo Alalberto Garcia
  16. Marcus Hernandez Gonzales
  17. Maria Elaine Gutierrez
  18. Cheree Cathleen Hankins
  19. Clinton Heins
  20. William Henderson
  21. Sabrina Yvonne Hill
  22. Theodore Anthony Hoerstman
  23. Karl Hogenson
  24. Selina M. Hoheusle
  25. David Charles Holmes
  26. Edward William Krautkramer
  27. Nick Marich
  28. Mark Allen Merritt
  29. Andrew Phillip McElwaine
  30. Lee Darwood Minner Jr.
  31. Arturo Montes-Araujo
  32. Morris Morehead
  33. James W. Morse
  34. Jorjanna Murray
  35. Fairy Elaine Olmstead
  36. Luis Orosco
  37. Juan Padilla
  38. Amalia Perez
  39. Edward A. Ratynski Jr.
  40. Dennis Paul Samstag
  41. Yung Ning Soo
  42. Dale Webster Strassburger
  43. Beulah Tucker
  44. Lon D. Turner
  45. Sandra S. Vanderhoef
  46. Carl Vikstrom
  47. Richard Benjamin Villacana
  48. Mary Louise Walker
  49. Billy Wellman
  50. Chao Xiong

Make-a-List Monday: Caution advised

March 23, 2015

There are a few MPs where, for whatever reason, “caution is advised” if you encounter them. Unsurprisingly, almost all of these are male.

  1. Dean Duane Bechtold
  2. Charles Dwayne Bell Jr.
  3. Terry Gene Broyles
  4. James Scott Butler
  5. James Preston Davis
  6. James Malcolm Diamond
  7. Ronald Lee Duncan Jr.
  8. Martin Encinas
  9. Katrina Yvette Everett
  10. Leon Robinson Everett
  11. Fabian Humberto Gutierrez
  12. Thomas Randall Hedgecock
  13. Deron Tyriek Hill
  14. Robert H. Houk
  15. Adam Benjamin Lake
  16. Barbara Sue Laster
  17. Gerald Steven Polk
  18. Leuvrias Sirius
  19. Dedrick Bernard Smith
  20. Patrick John Tenorio
  21. Richard Wayne Vollstedt Sr.
  22. Daniel Ted Yuen


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