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Old 01-24-2013, 01:19 PM   #166
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Default Robert Hearin Sr

Not sure if this was mentioned earlier in the thread but he was the husband of Annie Lauren Hearin the woman who was kidnapped and they were asking for ransom. He died only two years after her disapperance. I also didnt know which i guess is a fun fact, at one point he was part owner of the NFL team the NY Jets

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Old 03-11-2013, 11:12 AM   #167
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What about Mary Kemp, the mother of Don Kemp? Does anyone know if she is still alive?
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Cindy Anderson's father passed away in 2008. It's also been said that one of Cindy's siblings passed away as well. It possibly could be her sister in the segment. She wasn't interviewed but Cindy's mother died of cancer in 1983. Talk about non-stop tragedy.
Which one? Was it her sister Christine or one of her brothers?
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:47 PM   #169
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Dont know if this one has been mentioned, but


Elizabeth McClenahen died in 1994, she was the mother of Marilyn DePue and was interviewed on UM.

Here's a link where I found the info, and by the looks of it one of Dennis DePue's daughter manages this pg, I think she was the one interviewed on the show

http://www.geni.com/people/Betty-Jan...00014037432071
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Dont know if this one has been mentioned, but


Elizabeth McClenahen died in 1994, she was the mother of Marilyn DePue and was interviewed on UM.

Here's a link where I found the info, and by the looks of it one of Dennis DePue's daughter manages this pg, I think she was the one interviewed on the show

http://www.geni.com/people/Betty-Jan...00014037432071
I did mention it a while back in this thread, but no big deal. If you're interested in knowing, Mr. McClenahen is also deceased at this point, though he did live a while longer than his wife. (see page 5)
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I did mention it a while back in this thread, but no big deal. If you're interested in knowing, Mr. McClenahen is also deceased at this point, though he did live a while longer than his wife. (see page 5)

Yeah sorry about that! I noticed your previous post after I had already posted mine!
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While he wasn't interviewed, he was featured in the Micki Jo West segment:

http://cjonline.com/stories/041200/new_newsman.shtml

Thurman Mitchell left the news in 1998 and began preaching at a non-denominational church. According to the article, he actually died behind the pulpit. He was just 55 years old.
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While he wasn't interviewed, he was featured in the Micki Jo West segment:

http://cjonline.com/stories/041200/new_newsman.shtml

Thurman Mitchell left the news in 1998 and began preaching at a non-denominational church. According to the article, he actually died behind the pulpit. He was just 55 years old.
I remember him. In fact, one thing that always stuck out for me in that segment was when they showed the picture of the letter that the kidnapper sent to him, the kidnapper misspelled his first name as "Therman."
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As we all know, the “Night Stalker” died a few wks ago. He happens to be from my hometown (El Paso, TX) and in the local newspapers obituaries section, his family has set up a guest book

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/elp...&pid=165458030
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This thread is making me so sad. Not just the realization of how old these cases are and how much time has passed... but so many of these people have been like celebrities to me since I was a kid. And lots of us probably have forged an emotional bond with quite a few of them from watching the segments alot.

Duncan Gilmore died pretty young at 62, and only like 7 years after that story was even aired! At the very least, I hope he had a great several years with his daughter and grandsons.

I had no idea Gord McAllister lived all the way into 2012, but I'm glad he got remarried and had quite some more years to look forward to, after the tragedy he lived through.

I brought it up on another thread, but Arthur Karopoulos (who's son Nicholas was kidnapped by the religious nutjob cult his mom was in... he was later reunited with his dad and stepmom) died in 2005 at only 52. The guy looked even younger than his late 30s in the segment, and I can't imagine what he would've died from that young. Very tragic, especially seemed he seemed like such a wonderful dad.
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This thread is making me so sad. Not just the realization of how old these cases are and how much time has passed... but so many of these people have been like celebrities to me since I was a kid. And lots of us probably have forged an emotional bond with quite a few of them from watching the segments alot.

Duncan Gilmore died pretty young at 62, and only like 7 years after that story was even aired! At the very least, I hope he had a great several years with his daughter and grandsons.

I had no idea Gord McAllister lived all the way into 2012, but I'm glad he got remarried and had quite some more years to look forward to, after the tragedy he lived through.

I brought it up on another thread, but Arthur Karopoulos (who's son Nicholas was kidnapped by the religious nutjob cult his mom was in... he was later reunited with his dad and stepmom) died in 2005 at only 52. The guy looked even younger than his late 30s in the segment, and I can't imagine what he would've died from that young. Very tragic, especially seemed he seemed like such a wonderful dad.
I didn't know that about Arthur Karopoulos, but it's very saddening to hear. He was one of my favorite people on the show, ever. Seemed like a nice guy who was willing to go through anything to bring his son home.
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I didn't know that about Arthur Karopoulos, but it's very saddening to hear. He was one of my favorite people on the show, ever. Seemed like a nice guy who was willing to go through anything to bring his son home.
Absolutely agree. I was really sad to see that. Yeah I'm not 100% sure, but with a unique name, the SF Bay Area (which I'm also from), and the age matches up...chances are it's him. It's inspiring everything he did to rescue Nick and seemed like just a great guy.
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Absolutely agree. I was really sad to see that. Yeah I'm not 100% sure, but with a unique name, the SF Bay Area (which I'm also from), and the age matches up...chances are it's him. It's inspiring everything he did to rescue Nick and seemed like just a great guy.
Yeah, I'd like to think you're wrong, but I tend to believe you're right. How many Arthur Karopouloses could there possibly be?

Also, regarding someone else you mentioned, Duncan Gilmore, I don't have that one single piece of concrete information that would indisputably prove that it's him, but in the information that I found, not only did his age and location seem to match up, but a Suzanne Gilmore (which was his wife's name) was at the top of the list for possible relatives, so I feel pretty confident about it.
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Yeah, I'd like to think you're wrong, but I tend to believe you're right. How many Arthur Karopouloses could there possibly be?

Also, regarding someone else you mentioned, Duncan Gilmore, I don't have that one single piece of concrete information that would indisputably prove that it's him, but in the information that I found, not only did his age and location seem to match up, but a Suzanne Gilmore (which was his wife's name) was at the top of the list for possible relatives, so I feel pretty confident about it.
Yeah, I'd sure like to think it's not the same Arthur, but everything points to it being him.

Oh unfortunately I'd say that's almost certainly that Duncan Gilmore. I wonder if, after a certain time, the obituaries disappear from being online (especially since the Internet was still just taking off in 1998, may not even have been posted to begin with) so we can't find out the cause?

Interestingly, while he looked a bit older than mid 50s in 1991 (looked like 70), he also looked to be in great health...and if he was in the military, he must've been in pretty good shape too. Of course death can happen to anyone, but it's still saddening.
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Sad news that Claude Berreckman (the attorney that Christi Nichols went to) just passed away a few weeks ago on Sept 28th. He stayed at his practice the whole time. He just seemed like a very nice man, such as the lengths he went to look out for Christie when she visited his office. Cozen is 10 miles east of Gothenburg.

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