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Make-a-List Monday: Gas station and convenience store employees

March 2, 2015

MPs who disappeared while working at a gas station or convenience store. I only count the person if they actually disappeared during their shift, not if they disappeared somewhere else and just happened to have a gas station/convenience store job.

  1. Heidi Marie Allen
  2. Nancy Perry Baird
  3. Lynn Burdick
  4. Kelly Bergh Dove
  5. Jessica Lynn Heeringa
  6. Cheryl Ann Kenney
  7. Andy Joe Lepley
  8. Deborah Deann Poe
  9. Madeline Teresa Ponds
  10. Rebecca Kathleen Reid

APs added today

February 17, 2015

A list of a few age-progression updates I did today:

  1. Melissa Lynn Eck
  2. John Francis Lango
  3. Jay Calvin Pringle
  4. Aron Holmes Silverman
  5. Kelly Juanita Staples

Disappeared: Zebb Quinn, missing 15 years.

February 16, 2015

I had missed this earlier. Better late than never!

Disappeared: Zebb Quinn, missing 15 years..

Make-a-List Monday: Presumed homicidal drownings

February 2, 2015

Last week I did a list of MPs who were presumed to have accidentally drowned. This week’s list is also of MPs who drowned, but in these cases it was murder.

  1. Acacia Patience Bishop
  2. Gebar J. Byrd Jr.
  3. Curtis Eugene Chillingworth
  4. Marjorie Croude McKinley Chillingworth
  5. Jamaree Clarence Coleman
  6. Lynette Dawn Culver
  7. Jackie Ellen Hawks
  8. Thomas Charles Hawks
  9. James P. Higham III
  10. Michael Anthony Hughes
  11. Hevin Dakota James Lee Jenkins
  12. Robin Ann Kerry
  13. Isabella M. Pastrana
  14. Jessie Kay Peters
  15. Kyeimah A. Spann
  16. Patricia Ann Wood

Make-a-List Monday: Presumed accidental drownings

January 26, 2015

This is a list of people who are presumed to have been victims of an accidental (that is, non-homicidal, non-suicidal) drowning.

  1. Breiton Scott Ackerman
  2. William Mark Adair
  3. Jason Scott Adkins
  4. Timothy Allen Adkins
  5. Robert Scott Agathluk
  6. Edward Ryan Makua Hanai Aikau
  7. Joel Allen Amundson
  8. William Anderson
  9. John C. Anstess
  10. Joel Anthony Ariza
  11. Jefferson Brian Arms
  12. Andrew James Armstrong Jr.
  13. Daniel Jay Arroyo
  14. Earl Atkinson
  15. Shawn Farzad Attaie
  16. Mark Lindsey Bachelder
  17. Bobby Linwood Barbers
  18. Eric Joseph Barbree
  19. Thomas Basgier
  20. Lillie Ioni Beden
  21. Brooke Leonard Bennett
  22. Anthony R. Biernes
  23. Jason Edward Bjaranson
  24. Michael Black
  25. Avery Bryant Blakeley
  26. William Ward Bleakley
  27. John F. Bolden
  28. Shari Renae Booth
  29. Samuel Wheaton Bower
  30. Laurence Kailanii Brannum
  31. Carl Brennick
  32. Gary Shawn Bryant
  33. John Arthur Butler
  34. Nicholas Howard Buttle
  35. Theodore Gerard Cabugos II
  36. Robert Bernard Canuelle
  37. Antreas Chester Cantrell
  38. Alfred Guy Cardell
  39. Percy Ray Carson
  40. Michael Charles Causley
  41. Rogelio Realme Cerda
  42. Kawika David Benjamin Chetron
  43. Austin Jay Childs
  44. Jin F. Chin
  45. Daniel Lee Cho
  46. John S. Claypool
  47. Christopher Michael Colyer
  48. Jack Leon Cooper
  49. Victor Marquis Cooper
  50. Michael Timothy Costello
  51. James Donald Crockett
  52. Walter E. Culp Jr.
  53. Nicole B. Cuomo
  54. Dennis Allen Cyncor-McMillan
  55. Mitchell Leslie Darlington
  56. Lynn Sherwood Deibert
  57. Lorree Lee Dennis
  58. Raul Marrero Diaz
  59. Christopher D. Dickinson
  60. Charles L. Dillon
  61. Germano Dilorenzo
  62. Rowan Grey Makana Fehring Dingwall
  63. Long Manh Duong
  64. Benjamin Alan Eder
  65. Neil Alan Eddleman
  66. Neil Wayne Eddleman
  67. Michael David Ewing
  68. Stanley Roscoe Fadden
  69. William Farrer
  70. Joshua Price Feebeck
  71. David Dalton Field
  72. Daria Finn
  73. Alexandra Marie Flores
  74. William Henry Forshee Jr.
  75. William Henry Forshee Sr.
  76. Ian Dennis Foster
  77. Joseph Osell Frazier
  78. Bernhard Fricke
  79. Austin Dominique Fuda
  80. Matthew Kirby Gale Jr.
  81. Edward Joseph Garlinghouse Jr.
  82. Juan Gravado
  83. Katie Michelle Gray
  84. Hannah Griffith
  85. Joseph Michael Gutierrez
  86. Muna Mahamud Haji
  87. Jared Hamrick
  88. Caleigh Anne Harrison
  89. Jason Roy Henderson
  90. Remigio Herrera Hernandez
  91. Nathan Richard Hiatt
  92. Silvestre Reyes Hidalgo
  93. William Harry Hollingsworth
  94. Vladimir Horak
  95. Craig L. Hoskie
  96. Patrick Lynn Hume
  97. Keith D. Humenik
  98. Eugene Harold Hyatt
  99. Jeffrey Stewart Christian Immel
  100. Pavel Ivanov
  101. Kyle David Jansen
  102. Michael Davis Jeffreys
  103. Bobby Jones
  104. Tommy Joe Jones
  105. James Joseph Kane III
  106. David Scott Keller
  107. Alonzo Lee Kent IV
  108. Richard Antoine Keppi
  109. Sofia Khan
  110. Myung Ki Kim
  111. Prateep Korsapati
  112. Gregory James Kulijan
  113. Kumiko Kurimoto
  114. Ka Ming Kwan
  115. Heath Jens Laetari
  116. Aaron Guy Lamson
  117. Troy Le
  118. Joong Pyo Lee Sr.
  119. Ivy Marie Leinen
  120. Frank C. Leone
  121. Romina J. Leone
  122. David Eugene Lewis
  123. Anthony Hyatt Lobdel
  124. Christopher John MacQuarrie
  125. Robert Jason MacRae
  126. David William Madott
  127. Courtney Marcher
  128. Noel Annette Marcotte
  129. Barbara Martin
  130. Barbara Jean Martin
  131. Kenneth R. Martin
  132. Joseph Marusak
  133. Alexander Robert Masters
  134. George F. Mateo
  135. Ashley Nicole Martin Mauldin
  136. Benjamin W. McDaniel
  137. Robert Donald McKinney
  138. Eugene T. McCommon
  139. James Willard McNeely
  140. Richard Kirk Meyers
  141. Elisa Ann Micallef
  142. Greg Mickey
  143. Daniel Gregory Miller
  144. Robert Charlton Miller
  145. Judd Miller
  146. Brandon Mouton
  147. Kent Lionel Munro
  148. Robert Nakashima Sr.
  149. Frank Charles Neill
  150. Bach Van Nguyen
  151. Benson Van Nguyen
  152. Timothy Wendell Noonan Jr.
  153. Mark Julian Oldbury Jr.
  154. Ronald Michael Osborne
  155. Franklin Jay Osgood Jr.
  156. Christopher James Panchyshyn
  157. Kirk Passmore
  158. Michael Pearcy
  159. David Raul Pennisi
  160. John Anthony Perez
  161. Jose Perez-Miranda
  162. Charles Jacob Persho
  163. Duy Quang Phan
  164. Richard Andrew Rader II
  165. Robert Richard Remmer
  166. James Anthony Reynolds
  167. Rachel Ann Rhodes
  168. Thomas Andrew Richmond
  169. Todd Ripplinger
  170. Carla Roberson
  171. Modesto Robles Jr.
  172. Beth Ellen Rogers
  173. Carl Wayne Rotstein
  174. Charles Rutherford Jr.
  175. Luke Adam Sanburg
  176. Efren Ramirez Sandoval
  177. Angel Manuel Santiago
  178. James Wayne Sellars
  179. Sinho Steve Seo
  180. Roderick A. Shade
  181. Omar Kahlil Shearer
  182. Randy R. Sitter
  183. Tatyana Smirnov
  184. Corey Domanic Smith
  185. Darren Christopher Smith
  186. Austin Sparks
  187. Jewel Mahavia Strong
  188. Mary Jean Sylvestre
  189. Dominic Daniel Thomas
  190. Jeremy Michael Thomas
  191. Gary Lee Thompson
  192. Joel G. Thompson Jr.
  193. Wilburn Leeroy Thompson
  194. Hieu Tan Truc
  195. Anthony Juan Turner
  196. Kami Luella Vollendroff
  197. Arthur James Warren Jr.
  198. Erik Whaley
  199. Mark Andrew Wilborne
  200. Charles D. Wilson
  201. Scott Allen Wright
  202. Michael Zapletal
  203. John Edward Zimmerman II
  204. Mitchell David Zimny

Daniel Bradley Carver missing 18 years

January 17, 2015

Daniel Bradley Carver disappeared 18 years ago today, at the age of seventeen. He was classified as a runaway for a long time, but the NCMEC lists him as Endangered Missing now. I don’t know if that’s because there’s some new evidence pointing away from the runaway theory, or simply because of the passage of time.

Daniel’s case has always held a certain interest for me, though I couldn’t tell you why. He disappeared not long before I started to really get into missing persons. I remember surfing the NCMEC, looking at case listings of runaways. As months and years passed, names were added to the list and names disappeared. But Daniel’s was always there. He’s been missing for more than half his life. I wish I had more details on his case.

What’s your story, Daniel? And where are you?

MP of the week: Joshua Feebeck

December 30, 2014

This week’s featured missing person is Joshua Price Feebeck, a fifteen-year-old boy missing from Mount Vernon, Washington since July 7, 2007. It’s no mystery what happened to Josh: he was out on the river with a friend when their boat overturned and he presumably drowned.

He would have been 23 next year.

MP of the week: Jondalar Washington

December 9, 2014

This week’s featured missing person is Jondalar Washington, a Native American youth of 17 years old who vanished from St. Michael, Alaska on May 19, 1998. St. Michael is a tiny town (pop. 401, sez Wikipedia) on the central Alaskan coast.

As to what happened to Jondalar…from what he was carrying when he went missing, I would guess he was going hunting/camping. It seems highly likely that he got lost or injured in the wild. As I’ve said before, Alaska is a very rough place and basically eats people from time to time.

Select It Sunday: Jesse Ross

December 7, 2014

This week’s case, selected by B., is Jesse Warren Ross, missing from Chicago, Illinois since November 21, 2006. A sophomore at the University of Missouri, he was in Chicago with the Model United Nations when he apparently vanished into thin air. Nobody saw anything. Nobody heard anything. No signs of foul play, but no sign that he left on his own either. Jesse was just gone. He was 19 years old, and would be 27 today.

I don’t have much on him, and haven’t been able to find any recent news. This is a case that has puzzled people for eight years now. Jesse’s father, Donald Ross, woke a book called Where’s Opie?: Life Goes On which you can buy on Amazon. It’s exceptionally cheap if you have Kindle; I’ll have to pick up a copy.

Make-a-List Monday: Community college students

December 1, 2014

This list is for people who were students at a community college when they disappeared. For the uninitiated, community colleges (sometimes called junior colleges or technical colleges) are open-admission colleges which provide two-year degrees, either an associate of arts or associate of science. They are nearly always public schools and tuition tends to be considerably cheaper than at four-year colleges, free even in some states. The credits earned at a community college can usually be transferred to a four-year institution if the student wants to complete a bachelor’s degree. You can often get your GED there too. More recently, a few community colleges have started to offer bachelor’s degrees in a few select subjects, usually in technical type fields. At Northwestern Michigan College, for example, you can now get a bachelor’s degree in marine technology.

Anyway, on to the collegiate MPs:

Ganignunt AiemsakulMontgomery College
Zabullah AlamNorthern Virginia Community College
Mary Anne AlexieAlaska Career College
Heidi Marie AllenOnondaga Community College
Mildred Gayle BarrettRancho Santiago College
Sandra B. BertolasWaukesha County Technical College
Jonathan James BettsPima Community College
Jacob CabinawNorthwestern Michigan College
Elizabeth Ann CampbellCentral Texas College
Dorothy May CaylorDiablo Valley College
Rachel Louise CookeSan Diego Mesa College
Patricia Alma CorbettMiami-Dade Community College
Jose Guillermo Coria Jr.Allan Hancock College
Michelle Crawford — unspecified community college
Josephine Doris DespardJamestown Community College
Kyle Andrew Carl EpplerSanta Fe College
Augustine Lee FloydNorthwestern Michigan College
Jamie Michelle FraleyGaston College
Jason Rodney GalehouseHillsborough Community College
Robin Ann GrahamPierce College
Zita Cecilia GutierrezMontgomery College
Angela Gray HambyWilkes Community College!
Carole Embery HamiltonMadisonville Community College
Bilial Lamir HammetteMadison Media Institute
Beau Garrett HellerCitrus College
Michelle Antoinette HensonFlorida Keys Community College
Barbara Ann HiltonLake Land College
Artdrunetta Lareann HobbsAtlanta Technical College
Sandra Lee HoplerKeystone Junior College
David Matthew JaramilloWenatchee Valley College
Donyelle C. JohnsonSt. Petersburg Junior College
Donna Haghighat JouSantiago Canyon Community College
Jeannette KamaheleSanta Rosa Junior College
Ryan Jan KempLehigh County Community College
Richard Antoine KeppiSanta Barbara City College
Elizabeth Ann LandePhiladelphia Community College
Tina Louise LaytonAmerican River College
Troy LeSan Diego Mesa College
Cawana Lashay Logan — Daytona Beach Community College, now a four-year school called Daytona State College
Carol Jeanne LubahnEl Camino College
Michael D. MansfieldLincoln College
Cynthia Jane MarlWenatchee Valley College
Marilyn Renee McCownSinclair Community College
Jane McDonald-CroneNorth Harris County College
Dena Viola McHanSan Joaquin Delta College
Indira MontieroManhattan Community College
Katrina MontgomerySanta Monica College
Jeremiah Jamal ParkerBaton Rouge Community College
Stacy A. PennantQueensborough Community College
Stacy Ann PetersonJoliet Junior College
Zebb Wayne QuinnAsheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
Jalesa Chantell ReynoldsHalifax Community College
Rachel Ann RhodesSanta Rosa Junior College
Benjamin Melvin RoselandClinton Community College
Evelyn Audrey SheltonSpartanburg Community College
Austin Jay SmithCitrus College
Dedrick Bernard SmithForsyth Technical Community College
Laurie Allison SmithPima Community College
Kimberly Dawn StewartNorth Central Missouri College
Brian W. SullivanMonroe Community College
Brandon Victor SwansonMinnesota West Community and Technical College
Andrew James ToriiEl Camino College
Robin D. TrivisonnoAtlantic Cape Community College
Charlene Marie VillingerTidewater Community College
Darlene Ann Webb — Daytona Beach Community College, now a four-year school called Daytona State College
Eugene Bush WekesaBellevue Community College


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