This is Georgia. The heart of my heart. I first met this incredible lady in June of 2000 about 3 months after my Tina disappeared.
My husband and I decided to leave our dog, Cody with the our veternarian to be boarded, because we were spending all our daytime hours at Tina's home and we just could not take care
of him during that time.
Georgia happened to be the receptionist at Cody's vets office. She reached out to me the very first time we met. I can remember the day like it was yesterday. She took my hand and then she gave me the biggest hug that I will never forget. She and her husband were planning a trip by car to several states here
in the south and it was at this time she asked
me to give her some of Tina's flyers that should was
wanting to leave everywhere she could while on her trip.
I believe people like this are sent from heaven. We have bonded like a mother and daughter. You see, Georgia is my Tina's age and what a passionate and caring lady she is.
Oh believe me, no one can ever take the place of my Tina,
but Georgia comes pretty close. She has been right by my
side everyday since and is now a very important part of my new organization Families of Missing Loved Ones (FOMLO).
We have appointed her to our Board of Directors.
If only the world had more people like Georgia, what a
wonderful and loving world it be...
Georgia is a single mother of two sweet little boys named Jack and Connor. She has a very active life, works at the Bank of America, is a Mary Kay consultant since 1997, and also is Pampered Chef representative. During the summer of 2002 Georgia donated to FOMLO 20% of her Mary Kay sales to help
us meet our goals. She has become so dear to us all.
I really love Georgia with all my heart and she will always be so near and dear to me...
Candle Shrine for Missing Scott Spiecher
It's been more than 12 years since Captain Scott Speicher was shot down while on a combat mission over Iraq during the first night of Desert Storm, becoming the first American casualty
of the war. Initially classified by the Department of Defense
as KIA/BNR (killed in action, body not recovered),
Captain Speicher made history again in January 2001,
when he became the first American service member ever
to be switched from a status of KIA to MIA (missing in action).