Sunday, November 04, 2007

Plea From A Missing Teenager's Mother

I've just had an email from a good friend and fellow blogger, Allan Cook, who lives in Gravenhurst, Canada. As a parent, I cannot begin to imagine the trauma of a child going missing, and Allan has asked me to link to a post on his blog about a missing 16-year-old Canadian girl, Liz Hague. All the information is on Allan's site, including the original email from Tammy Daub, the missing teenager's mother. Tammy's email address is tdaublec@hotmail.com and you can find all the details, including photographs, at Missing Teenager.

7 comments:

Allan Cook said...

David;

Thank you so very much for this. I know how much it means to Liz's mother, Tammy Daub. And I really appreciate anyone who takes a moment to look at Liz's photo on my Blog and keep their eye out for her.

We'll keep you posted on any news.

God grant that it be good!

The Egel Nest said...

What an awful experience...any parent's worst nightmare...

Excellent post...


Bradley
The Egel Nest

Shrink Wrapped Scream said...

I think of my own sixteen year old, and my blood runs cold. I so hope she is found soon. I'll put her in my prayers.

tammyswofford said...

In my prayers too. Even if she is a runaway there are great risks for those who leave home prematurely.

karoline said...

david..thankyou for passing this on...i've constructed an email and have sent it off to all my contacts with a special request that they send it along to their contacts. canada is a huge country, but it becomes significantly smaller when we use our email for good instead of spam.

k

lime said...

this is the stuff of nightmares...how truly awful.

Allan Cook said...

UPDATE: LIZ HAS BEEN FOUND!

She is alive and in good health. Her mother was able to speak with her, and would like to thank everyone who took Liz's disappearance into their hearts and prayers.

It was through the efforts of so many people joining the search and getting the word out far and wide that they were able to track her down -- it may not have seemed like much, but the mere knowledge that so many complete strangers were doing what they could, and sympathizing and praying, meant the world to Liz's mother and family.

Thank you all.