I just ran across this article in my local news. This story just rips at my heart. On Sunday I wrote about Kay and Dwayne Collmans very public grief in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that claimed the life of their son Jeffrey. Like so many of the victims, the body of the 41-year-old flight attendant on board the first plane that hit the World Trade Center was never recovered except for a couple of finger bones that are now buried at River Hills Cemetery in Batavia. But what the Collmans have kept much more private is that next to Jeffreys memorial is a similar marker for his older brother, whose burial site is also missing a body. In 1979, the Collmans 21-year-old son Mark disappeared and was never heard from again. The shy young man, a 1975 graduate of Yorkville High School, had been living at home at the time and was employed at the Model Box factory off Route 47 and Cannonball Road. Because he worked a 3 to 11 shift and his bedroom was in the basement, Kay and Dwayne didnt necessarily see Mark every day. So when his boss called to say hed not shown up to work on April 3, 1979, it was the familys first indication something was wrong. Full article at link: http://napervillesun.suntimes.com/7498693-417/mystery-surrounds-loss-of-911-familys-oldest-son.html Mark's case is not listed in Charley Project nor is it listed in NamUs. I'm not even sure if the date and county are correct. I pulled the county because Yorkville and Yorkville HS is in Kendall County. I'd love to see if we WS'rs can help get Mark's case into NamUs, Charley Project and some of the other MP databases. He might be out there waiting to come home. I haven't yet googled for any news articles but couldn't find anything on his case with a quick google search. While I know at WS, it is against TOS to contact family directly, we can reach out and offer our assistance via the journalist who wrote the above article. Perhaps the family would be willing to work with us to ensure Mark is in the appropriate databases. So incredily sad to have lost two sons. Praying we can find Mark and bring him home.