There are times when I feel like no one truly understands what it means to me to have lost a sister.  I have lost a big part of my life and in such a tragic way.


We don’t have a place to go and place flowers on Kim’s grave.  We don’t have closure.  I feel that Kim is a lost soul and she cannot rest until we find her and reunite her with her family.  Kim’s Grandparents and Mother are waiting for her in heaven. 
I am begging you, PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN!


I know many other families are experiencing the same sense of loss and frustrations after doing this search about missing people.  I wanted everyone to be aware of this number and be as scared and frightened as I am.  According to national statistics we had 1,107,557 people reported missing in various ways (see chart below).  Some were lucky enough to make it home to their families.

Don’t make Kim remain a statistic. 

Please help me to bring her home!


Missing Adults Statistics
According the Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as of July 30, 2004 there are 47,842 active missing adult cases in NCIC with 30,622 missing adults missing one year or more.

     Kim Moreau 1972

In the year 1999 an estimated

   797,500            children were reported missing;

     58,200            children were abducted by nonfamily members;

          115            children were the victims of the most serious, long-term nonfamily abductions called "stereotypical kidnappings"; and

+ 203,900            children were the victims of family abductions.

        47,842        active missing adult cases in NCIC as of July 30, 2004


1,107,557 Total


To date two such studies have been completed. The first National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children (NISMART-1) was released in 1990, and the second, known as NISMART-2, was released in October 2002. According to NISMART-2 research, which studied the year

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