Found Deceased OH - Toni Schorr, 57, Kenton, 24 Feb 2016

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  1. JerseyGirl

    JerseyGirl Moderator Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    Toni Schorr was last seen wearing a negligee and a trench coat as she walked away from her home on County Road 210 on Wednesday evening, Feb. 24. A .38 caliber pistol was reported missing from the home.

    The sheriff said this week all indications are Schorr committed suicide, but after two weeks of an intense search, a body has not been located.

    On the night she was reported missing, deputies used police dopgs and infrared equipment to search the area around Schorr’s home. They tracked her cell phone and got a reading in a wooded area. After three or four hours, the search was suspended because of darkness, but it resumed the following morning. The “pings” from the phone went dead as the battery gave out.

    Search warrants were served at the property to eliminate other possibilities involving Schorr’s disappearance.

    This week, the sheriff’s office will use cadaver dogs and conduct another flyover. If those efforts are not successful, the sheriff said, he is unsure where to search for answers.

    Her daughter, Mariah Schorr, said she was concerned about her mother’s depression. Toni Schorr hated Ohio winters, so the daughter bought an airline ticket for her mother to live with her at her home in Florida. She said she talked to her mother nearly daily and heard her mental outlook deteriorating. Toni Schorr had lost her job and seldom left the house except to go to the store. She was talking with their mom on Feb. 24 at about 4:47 p.m. when Toni Schorr suddenly said “I’m done” and the phone continued with static.

    http://www.examiner.org/news/62705-search-continues-for-missing-hardin-county-woman

    earlier articles:
    http://abc22now.com/news/local/enda...rt-issued-for-woman-with-mental-health-issues
    http://nbc24.com/news/local/missing-endangered-adult-alert-issued-for-southern-viewing-area

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    Oh how sad :(
    I wish she'd gone to stay with her daughter for the winter - sounds to me like a really bad case of S.A.D.
     
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    Rest in peace Toni
     
  8. Tabirey

    Tabirey Music Addict

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    Just came across this one and I have to agree with your assessment. One reason we moved south was for me to better control my SAD. I'm very lucky that I have an amazing support system and they know how to help when I get "in a mood " as we jokingly call it.
    Fly high Toni 😕
     
  9. inmyhumbleopinion

    inmyhumbleopinion Well-Known Member

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    I hope that you are at peace, Toni. I am so sorry for all the pain you had to endure :(. And my sincerest condolences to her lovely daughter, who tried so hard to help her mom ...:

    "... 57 year old Toni Schorr was found on Saturday on the property of her McDonald Township home in an area that was already searched since she went missing."

    "... preliminary results of the investigation say that Schorr died from self-inflicted wounds."

    From http://www.hometownstations.com/story/31468023/body-found-of-missing-hardin-county-woman
     

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