Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by doodles1211, Apr 14, 2019.
Any other locals looking around.
yeah, I'm concerned that she was spotted standing on the sidewalk looking at the fire station. Sounds like a person with dementia who is "lost", not sure where they belong. If this was in the afternoon, she could have been experiencing "Sundowner Syndrome" when dementia patients become restless, agitated and very disoriented. It would be exacerbated if she hadn't been eating or drinking fluids much - another complication of dementia. Sometimes patients want to return "home" ("this isn't my house") but don't know how to get there. Poor woman.
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I would usually be heading down there for Memorial Day, but am taking a different trip this year. There will be a lot of people down there for the holidays, a lot outdoors hiking, canoeing, camping, etc. Perhaps someone will find her if she wandered off.
Bumping for dear Betty.
I have seen nothing posted on the FB page for 5 days. Betty's daughter is usually an active poster and there is nothing new. I have also not seen news about this locally.
Prayers for Betty
Bumping for Betty. I think of her every day.
I found an article saying that Betty and her husband had lived right off Main St.
Is anyone able to check and see how far away that was from her current apartment, or perhaps it was the same one? Thanks.
Very sad situation, indeed.
"He ended up back in Sullivan, where he still lives today, with his wife, Betty, in low-income housing for seniors, just off Main Street."
Good research! It looks like the apartment off Main Street is likely the same one where Betty lived when she disappeared. They probably lived in another home in town before that. I think someone said earlier that a former home had been checked by searchers.
Thinking of Betty and her family and hope she is found.
Hoping for closure for the friends and family.
Checking in and still praying for Betty and her family.
JUNE 5 - Bring Betty Home
Today marks 8 weeks since Betty was last seen.
Please continue to share Betty's flyer.
An email to Gov. Mark Parson helped in getting the Missouri Highway Patrol Investigative Division on the case.
Thinking of Betty. Continuing prayers that she finally be found.
It’s been over eight weeks since a beloved Sullivan woman has gone missing.
Betty Alexander was last seen on April 11. Her daughter, Tonya Tolliver, has been desperately searching for her.
Alexander’s family reached out to Governor Parson and now the Missouri Highway Patrol is on the case.
There is a $3,000 reward for information leading to the location of Alexander.
Search continues for missing Sullivan woman who hasn't been seen since April
JUNE 9 - Bring Betty Home
Betty's daughter attended an annual event hosted by Missouri Missing
She has some ideas of things to do and people to contact
She is still hopeful and praying that next year she can attend the event with her mom and have a happy ending to tell
JUN 12, 2019
Tonya Tolliver - A tribute to my beautiful mom. Please...
Beautiful, and terribly sad. Prayers continuing for Betty.