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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:30 AM

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MISSING PERSON - WILMINGTON, NC

A 34-year-old - last seen at the Junction Billiards Sports Bar at 5216 Carolina Beach Road on July 30, 2006.

She is 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 130 pounds and has blonde hair and gray eyes.

If you have any information about Jackson's whereabouts, call the Wilmington Police Department at 910-343-3609 or CUE Center 910-232-1687


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Police Need Help Finding a Missing Wilmington Woman

Aug 8, 2006 10:47 PM CDT

AUGUST 4, 2006 -- A Wilmington mother is missing and police need help finding her.

Allison Jackson, 34, was last seen at the Junction Pub and Billiards on Carolina Beach Road. Witnesses say they remember seeing her with a man in a car in the parking lot. Some say she left with that man, others say she never got in the car.

Foy is married with two children.

Police say she drove to the bar in a rental car, which remained in the parking lot after her disappearance. If you have information on Foy's whereabouts, contact the Wilmington Police Department.

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Wilmington woman missing

Aug 10, 2006 03:22 PM CDT

WILMINGTON -- A Wilmington mother of two is missing. For 11 days family members and detectives have been looking for 34-year-old Alison Jackson Foy.

Alison was last seen July 30 at the Junction Billiards Sports Bar off Carolina Beach Road.

Authorities say the car Alison was driving the night she disappeared was still in the bar's parking lot the next day.

Alison's family says she has no prior history of drug use and that she has a four-year-old daughter at home waiting for her to return. Alison had just started a new job before her disappearance.

If you have any information on where she is you can call the CUE Center for Missing Persons at 910-343-1131 or the Wilmington Police Department at 910-343-3600.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:31 AM

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Family appeals for help in finding missing woman

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The last time Lisa Valentino talked with her sister Allison Jackson-Foy, the conversation was all about her new job. Jackson-Foy, 34, had just accepted the position of assistant general manager at the Holiday Inn on Market Street and was thrilled about her promotion.

"She was upbeat and excited about her new position, and she kept saying how much of great opportunity it was," Valentino said. "It was the happiest I had seen her in a long time."

The telephone call between the two sisters ended with Jackson-Foy saying, "I love you," and that she'd talk to her sister soon.

But when days passed and Valentino hadn't heard from Jackson-Foy, she began to worry.

"Our family is really close and it wasn't like Allison not to call us," she said.

Valentino, 40, would later find out Jackson-Foy, her youngest sister, was missing.

"It's upsetting not to know where she is and each day that passes, that feeling gets worse," she said.

It's been almost two weeks since Valentino, her father and other siblings have heard from Jackson-Foy. She was last seen on July 30 at Junction Billiards Sports Bar at 5216 Carolina Beach Road in Monkey Junction around midnight. The car Jackson-Foy was driving the night she disappeared was still in the bar's parking lot the next day.

By Tuesday, nine days since Jackson-Foy was last seen, Valentino, along with her father and two siblings, flew into Wilmington from their homes in New Jersey, New York and Delaware to help police with the search.

They have been canvassing the city since their arrival, putting up missing person fliers and talking to local store owners to see if they have seen Jackson-Foy.

The family's hard work has led to tips on Jackson-Foy's whereabouts but none have panned out, said Michele Drexler, 44, Jackson-Foy's oldest sister.

"Somebody saw something, and we're pleading with them to come forward," she said.

Valentino said her sister was a family person who loved spending time with her two daughters, ages 4 and 12.

"The girls were her world," she said. "She would call them two and three times a day when they visited me, so that's why I'm worried that she hasn't called them since she's been missing."

Drexler said Jackson-Foy was probably going to the bar to meet up with some friends.

She is described as about 5 feet 8 inches and 130 pounds with blond hair and blue-green eyes.

Jackson-Foy's father said he hopes someone will come forward with information about his daughter.

"Just think about how you would feel if it was your daughter missing," John Mazalewski said.

If you have any information on Jackson-Foy's whereabouts, call Wilmington police at 343-3609 or the CUE Center for Missing Persons at 343-1131 or 232-1687.

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A Press Release from our friends at the CUE Center:

"Missing Woman’s Family Returns for Answers

Missing Wilmington Woman - Going on Four Weeks

Wilmington, NC. – Allison Jackson Foy’s family will not give up in finding her; family members of Allison will return August 24, 2006, arriving at ILM at 10:00 am. The missing woman’s family arrived in North Carolina shortly after they learned of her disappearance, July 30th. Family members extended from New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island, staying for well over a week, briefly returning home to re group.

Allison Foy, vanished form the Junction Billiards Sports Bar located at 5216 Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington, NC; no one has head from her since. She was employed at the Holiday Inn Hotel as an assistant manager. Days later the vehicle Allison was driving was located in the parking of the billiard pub.

Now, with help from her New Jersey friends, a website has been launched seeking information of their own. The website features additional photos of Allison, contact information as well as the announced reward. http://www.helpfindallison.com/

A benefit in New Jersey will take place to aid the family in the search for Allison; August 25, 2006 at 8:00 pm to be held at Bardi’s Restaurant and Bar 149 Newark Pompton Turnpike, Pequannock, NJ.

We are very scared for Allison and of her unknown whereabouts. The feeling of frustration we are enduring as a family has no measure, as her disappearance has brought forth many false leads; leaving nothing for us to hold on too, ‘said Lisa Valentino’, Allison’s sister.

CUE Center volunteers will continue to search for Allison and provide continual support to her family, said CUE’s Founder, Monica Caison.

Anyone with information about Allison Jackson Foy’s disappearance or her whereabouts is asked to call their local law enforcement agency or the confidential 24-hour tip-line at the CUE Center for Missing Persons: (910) 232-1687. Tips can also be cuecenter@aol.com or left at the Center’s Web site at www.ncmissingpersons.org."


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Family continues to search for missing woman

Aug 24, 2006 04:47 PM EDT

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WILMINGTON -- The family of a missing woman is back in Wilmington continuing their search after nearly a month with out any solid leads.

Allison Foy's sister flew in to the Port City for the second time Thursday. Her family is taking turns traveling from New York and New Jersey.

Two cash rewards are being offered totaling up to $6,000.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:32 AM

"Vanished – Allison Foy and Jeff Keller
Wilmington Hit with Unanswered Cases of Missing People

Wilmington, NC – The CUE Center for Missing Persons is asking the public for any information concerning the disappearance of two adults that have come up missing. On July 30, 2006, Allison Jackson Foy left her employment at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Wilmington and stopped in at the Junction Billiard’s to see friends, she vanished. On September 1, 2006, Jeff Keller flew in from Ohio to visit a long time friend stopping in at a local downtown club, City limits and vanished. Although the two are most likely not connected – many are concerned why they have not been found.

Search efforts have been continuous for the missing adults and have produced nothing as of yet, said CUE’s Founder, Monica Caison. We have had boats on the water, plastered the area with poster, and scanned the river’s edge, walking road ways/ditches, searching wooded areas and running creeks in the area, simply to find nothing of either person, “she added”. The family of Allison has also enlisted the aid from a private investigation service and the internet is exploding with aid to our efforts.

Another effort is being offered by a California organization called, G.I.N.A.; an organization CUE Center works with daily, will cast a web cast featuring Allison Jackson Foy tonight at 7:30 pm pacific standard time, which is 10:30 pm eastern time. Your can log on to view the cast at 411.GINA.org

A substantial reward is being offered in an effort to obtain good information that would provide Allison’s direct location and bring an end to her family’s nightmare.

Family and friends of Jeff Keller have been flying in daily with more arriving today and throughout the week. A website has been launched for Jackson Foy at www.helpfindallison.com

Anyone with information on these missing persons, please call the Wilmington Police (910) 343-3600 Or the CUE Center for Missing Peron (910) 343-1131 or the 24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687 Other contact information visit CUE Center’s website at: www.ncmissingpersons.org"

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A Press Release from our friends at the CUE Center:

Family of Missing Woman Makes Plea to area Hunters

Missing Nearly Four Months - Still no Answers

Wilmington, NC. – Allison Jackson Foy’s remains missing and now the hunters are being asked to be on the look out by CUE Center for Missing Persons and the family of Allison. As hunters make their way into the woods this time of year, we ask they lend an extra eye for the missing woman, “said Monica Caison, CUE’s Founder”..

Last month a new reward of $3,000 in addition to the crime stoppers reward, Wilmington offers remains in affect. Allison vanished on July 30th,, she has not been seen or heard from since. Family members have made several trips to the Carolinas in search of her and have left empty handed. The reward is offered to any person that provides the direct location of Allison’s whereabouts and tipsters can remain anonymous.

Allison Foy was last seen at the Junction Billiards Sports Bar located at 5216 Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington, NC; she was employed at the Holiday Inn Hotel as an assistant manager. Days later the vehicle Allison was driving was located in the parking of the billiard pub.

In the last four months her family has worked tirelessly to find her launching a website ALLISON JACKSON, hosting benefits for search efforts, campaigning national news shows and more.

CUE Center for Missing Persons, along with law officials, private investigators and her family have run down many leads only to find another dead end.

The unknown fate of my sister is taking it’s toll on my family, fighting back tears “said, Lisa Valentino”, Allison’s sister. We ask of anyone with information no matter how small, please come forward, “she added”.

Anyone with information about Allison Jackson Foy’s disappearance or her whereabouts is asked to call their local law enforcement agency or the confidential 24-hour tip-line at the CUE Center for Missing Persons: (910) 232-1687. Tips can also be cuecenter@aol.com or left at the Center’s Web site at Home.

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A Press Release from our friends at the CUE Center:

For more information, contact: December 5, 2006 CUE Center for Missing Persons
PO Box 12714 Wilmington, NC 28405
Monica Caison – (910) 232-2687

Raleigh – Durham May Hold Information to Wilmington Missing Woman
Woman Missing Over Four Months

Wilmington, NC. – Allison Jackson Foy encountered three Raleigh - Durham women visiting the Wilmington area and they might have been the last people to have seen her before she vanished. Witnesses say Allison spent time with the females that night and exited the pub at the same time, briefly speaking in the parking lot before they got into a cab, returning to their lodging at Carolina Beach, NC.

All we know is that females came to Wilmington to visit for the weekend and were at the pub for a good part of that evening, “said, Monica Caison, CUE’s Center’s Founder”; we are hopeful that we can locate the females as they might have seen something to aid the case.

Allison’s family and friends have returned to the area repeatedly
To look for her and information in regards to her disappearance.
The trips are becoming an emotional roll a coaster, “said Lisa Valentino, Allison’s sister”.

Last month a new reward of $3,000 in addition to the crime stoppers reward, Wilmington offers remains in place. Allison vanished on July 30, 2006; she has not been seen or heard from since. The reward is offered to any person that can provide the direct location of Allison’s whereabouts and tipsters can remain anonymous.

Allison Foy was last seen at the Junction Billiards Sports Bar located at 5216 Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington, NC; she was employed at the Holiday Inn Hotel as an assistant manager. Days later the vehicle Allison was driving was located in the parking of the billiard pub.

The family will hold a press conference and offering them support other families of the missing, such as Kara Roberts. Her sister Leah disappeared six years ago and still has not been located.

The conference will be Tuesday, December 5, 2006 at 10:00 am; 1801 North Harrison Avenue, exit 287 in Cary, NC. We need to find these females so we can move on if they do not have any information, “said Lisa Valentino’, and through the press is our only hope to reach out to them”.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Wilmington Police Department at 910-343-3600 or 24-hour tip-line at the CUE Center for Missing Persons: (910) 232-1687. Tips can also be emailed cuecenter@aol.com or visit Home

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:33 AM

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Durham trio may shed light on missing woman case

BY BRIANNE DOPART : The Herald-Sun

Dec 5, 2006 : 10:27 pm ET

DURHAM -- Three Durham women may have answers about the disappearance of 34-year-old Allison Jackson Foy, a Wilmington woman who vanished in July from a Carolina Beach sports bar.
Wilmington-based private investigator Marc Benson said Foy chatted with three women -- who witnesses said were from Durham -- before leaving in the vehicle of the man Benson believes is responsible for Foy's disappearance.

Benson, a law enforcement veteran of more than 20 years, said Foy's family hired him to help bring closure to the investigation. Now, almost five months after the assistant Holiday Inn manager's disappearance, Benson is firing what he called "a shot in the dark" in hopes the women will come forward and help investigators to identify the man.

A frequent cell phone user, Foy made her last cell phone call at 2:20 a.m. on the morning of July 31. After that, "she fell off the face of the Earth," Benson said. After leaving the bar on the night of July 30, Foy spoke with the three young women, each in her mid-to-late 20s, in the parking lot of the club, Benson said. The women may have seen Foy get into the vehicle of a man Benson called a "person of interest" in the case.

Anyone with information can reach Marc Benson at (910) 471-5335 or the 24-hour tip-line at the CUE Center for Missing Persons, (910) 232-1687.

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Family continues to search for missing woman

Submitted by WWAY on 30 July 2007 - 1:23pm.

WILMINGTON -- Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of Allison Foy. She went missing last July after visiting a New Hanover County bar. Her sister is reaching out to the community for help.

A picture of Allison Foy has been plastered on local buildings, telephone polls and web sites since her disappearance a year ago.

Lisa Valentino is Foy's sister. She said, "The past year has been extremely difficult. Probably the most difficult time in my life."

Valentino says she's been scouring the area, looking for her sister. Her family hasn't seen or heard from Foy since last July. That's when authorities say Foy went missing, after visiting Junction Pub and Billiards off of Carolina Beach Road.

Police launched an investigation but found nothing. Valentino suspects foul play.

"For 34 years," Valentino said, "anytime she needed help she would pick up the phone and call. She uses the phone constantly and for her not to call me, or her daughters on their birthdays -- it's just not her. I know, in my heart, that something happened."

Blue Line Radio talk show host Tre Benson said, "We're discussing the missing person case of Allison Foy, who disappeared almost a year ago today."

Foy's family is now trying to reach out to the community over the airwaves. Valentino and CUE Center for Missing Persons Director Monica Caison spoke out on Blue Line Radio, hoping to shed some light on Foy's disappearance and ask the public once again to keep an eye out for the missing woman.

Detectives have not had any fresh leads for months, but Valentino says she hopes her relentless search will finally help bring this sister, daughter and young mother home.

"She has two daughters who don't know where she is and it's been very hard on my family and my father especially. We just keep plugging along and hoping for the best, but fearing the worst," Valentino said.

Valentino says she is trying to get in touch with three women from the Raleigh area who detectives say saw Foy the night she went missing.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Allison Foy call the Wilmington Police Department at 343-3600 or the CUE Center for Missing Persons at 232-1687.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Allison's family on this difficult day.

Kelly Murphy, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
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If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


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Posted 02 December 2007 - 08:39 PM

Name:  Allison Jackson-Foy

Classification:  Endangered Missing Adult 
Alias / Nickname:  Allison Mazalewski 
Date of Birth:  1972-03-02 
Date Missing:  2006-07-31 
From City/State:  Wilmington, NC 
Missing From (Country):  USA 
Age at Time of Disappearance:  34 
Gender:  Female 
Race:  White 
Height:  68 inches 
Weight:  135 pounds 
Hair Color:  Blonde 
Eye Color:  Hazel 
Complexion:  Light 

Identifying Characteristics:  Double pierced ears, mole on neck, mole on left breast, tattoo of a "heart" on abdomen, surgical scar on abdomen through tattoo, scar on right ankle, scar on knee, previously fractured right foot. 

Clothing:  Black shirt, black skirt, sandals, carrying a purse. 

Jewelry:  Ruby engagement ring, diamond wedding band, necklace with a diamond circle pendant. 

Circumstances of Disappearance:  Unknown. Allison was last seen at approximately 2:00am at the Junction Billiards Sports Bar in the vicinity of the 5100 block of Carolina Beach Rd. in Wilmington, NC. Her rental vehicle was later found in the parking lot of the bar. 

Investigative Agency:  Wilmington Police Department 
Phone:  (910) 343-3645 
Investigative Case #:  2006-032597 

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Seventeen months after she went missing, investigators have no new leads in the search for Alison Foy.

The Wilmington woman was last seen leaving the junction billiards sports bar off Carolina Beach Road on July 30, 2006. She left in a taxi, but it's unclear what happened to her next.

Foy has two young daughters, a five-year-old and a 13-year-old. Her sister says she would never have left her family without an explanation. She thinks her sister was a victim of foul play.

Lisa Valentino said, "After 17 months of this and knowing my sister as well as I do, I believe my sister is no longer with us. I believe something happened to her that night and now I'm determined to find out what that is."

Anyone with any information regarding the disappearance of Alison Foy is urged to call Wilmington police at 910- 343-3600 or the CUE Center for Missing Persons at 910-343-1131.

There is a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the whereabouts of Alison Foy.


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Above Images: Jackson-Foy, circa 2006

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: July 30, 3006 from Wilmington, North Carolina
Date of Birth: March 12, 1972
Age: 34 years old
Height and Weight: 5'8, 130 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Blonde hair, hazel/green eyes. Jackson-Foy has a tattoo on her buttock. Her maiden name is Mazalewski.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: A black shirt, black shorts and sandals.

Details of Disappearance

Jackson-Foy at the Junction Billiards Sports Bar in the 500 block of Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington, North Carolina on July 30, 2006. She drove to the bar in a rental car, which was left behind in the parking lot when she went missing. Witnesses reported seeing Jackson-Foy speaking to an unidentified man in the parking lot before she disappeared, but it is unclear whether or not she left with this person. She made a call on her cellular phone at 2:20 a.m. She has never been heard from again.

Jackson-Foy is married and has two children. She has no history of drug use and her family says it is uncharacteristic of her to leave without warning. Her case remain unsolved.

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Family Desperately Searching for Answers

Aug 14, 2006

Relatives of a missing woman are desperately searching for answers and pleading for her safe return.

Allison Jackson-Foy has been missing since July 31. She was last seen at the Junction Billiards on Carolina Beach Road.

Witnesses say they remember seeing her with a man in a car in the parking lot. Some say she left with the man. Others say she never got in the car.

Jackson-Foy is married with two children. Her family has no idea what happened that night. They are hoping she left on her own and will come home soon.

If you have any information, call the Wilmington Police Department or the CUE Center for Missing Persons at (910) 232-1687.



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Posted 12 January 2008 - 05:48 PM

Allison is now on Project Jason's 18 Wheel Angel campaign. A special poster has been made for her and can be downloaded and printed for placement. More information about the program, and the link for the poster can be found here:

http://projectjason.org/18wheel.shtml

In addition to the campaign, Allison is also featured in a national trucking publication, either Through the Gears or Independent Contractor. These free magazines are distributed in truck stops nationwide and have a circulation of about 150,000.

Through the Gears and Independent Contractor are two of Target Media Partner's many publications. In partnership with Project Jason, they each feature two missing persons each per month. You can pick up your free copies at a local truck stop, but if it's far from you, you may want to call and ask if they carry that magazine. These are NOT with the regular for purchase magazines.

You can also see the current campaign information on this Target Media Partners site: http://www.thetrucke...ing_Week_1.aspx

We hope this helps in the search for Allison. Please consider printing and placing a poster in businesses in your community.

Updates on Allison's Case: http://www.projectja...php?topic=230.0

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Allson's sister wrote the story below for the 18 Wheel Angels campaign, and it was published in the trucking magazine as noted above.

Missing Allison
My Sister My Friend, Where Have You Gone?


On July 30th 2006 my entire family’s world was turned upside down and changed forever. It was on that night at Junction Pub and Billiards located on Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington NC that my sister Allison Jackson Foy disappeared. Allison was last seen in the parking lot of that establishment at about 2am and has never been seen or heard from again. Allison was only 34 years of age at the time she went missing and had her whole life ahead of her.

Allison had just started a new job as the assistant manager of the Holiday Inn on Market Street, and was meeting a friend after her shift for drinks at the pub. Her friend says that that he had the bartender call her a cab, and moments later the driver walked in and she left with him to go home. Others claim that she was seen in the parking lot of that establishment in another vehicle. Nothing is clear, or known for sure that she seems to have vanished off the face of the earth without a trace, and that her vehicle was found at the pub a few days after she had been reported missing.

Now almost seventeen months after her disappearance we are almost right back where we started. Someone out there knows something and my family and I continue to beg and plead anyone with any information at all to come forward and help us to end this nightmare.

Allison is not only a sister, but a daughter, an Aunt, a friend and most importantly a mother of two beautiful young daughters who miss her and need and want her back desperately. Imagine growing up not knowing where your mother is or what happened to her, and not knowing whether or not she is even still living. Her daughters deserve answers, they deserve their mother.

I know that I have cried myself to sleep many nights feeling like there is something more that I need to be doing. The day to day frustrations of not living in North Carolina, (the state Allison is missing from) the overwhelming feelings of guilt and pain and complete uselessness. I am riding an emotional rollercoaster, a ride which seems to have no end. I travel to Wilmington as much as possible, but I too have a family and young children back in NJ that need me. Every time I leave Wilmington NC I feel as if I am leaving a part of my heart (my sister Allison) there.

When I think of Allison I can hear her contagious laughter and her big bright smile. Allison had a true love of life and as one of her close friends has said “she danced to the beat of her own drum”. Allison is easy to talk to and easy to be yourself around, she had a way of making you feel good about yourself. Allison is not only a great sister to me, but a great mother, and her children are her life. That is why I know that something happened, that she did not just walk away from her life and her children that night.

I try to remain hopeful, and remember all the good times, like June of 2006 when she came to my house in NJ for a week with her daughter, a month before she disappeared. We spent the week together eating and cooking and taking our kids strawberry picking and to the Crayola factory. Allison and I had a sister’s night out where we laughed and laughed and shared our hearts with each other. Allison cooked on my barbeque her famous shrimp for me and my friends who had come to meet her. Many of those friends commented on how easy she was to approach and how it seemed as if they had known her for a long time; that was Allison at her best.

When she left at the end of that week it was sad, because I knew I would miss her, but I did not ever think that it may be the last time I would ever see her again. I miss my sister, and my heart is missing a huge piece and has been ever since her disappearance. Her children and family and friends, we all need answers we all need to know what happened and where she is. Allison like all of the missing deserves to be found.

I implore any and all of you truckers out there to please talk about my sister Allison and tell her story. Please keep your eyes out for her along your travels, and please if you can post her picture on your truck and share it with other truckers and post it in any truck stops you visit. Believe me when I say that you will be doing so much for Allison, her daughters and my family. My family and I and Allison’s daughters need your help, we are depending on the kindness of strangers.

Please check out Allison’s website if you can: www.helpfindallison.com  If you do have information pertaining to Allison’s case you can also contact CUE Center for Missing Persons at (910) 232-1687 or the Wilmington Police Dept. at (910) 343-3609 and speak with Detective Mike Overton.

Thank you for listening to my sister Allison’s story and thank you in advance for keeping your eyes and ears open and alert and for posting her picture if you can. You all will be doing more than you know, and living as true angels in our midst. Please pray for Allison, her daughters and her family as well as all the missing and their families.

Life can change on a dime, and all of us never know what tomorrow brings. God bless you all and your families and may He keep you safe as you travel.

Lisa Valentino
Sister Of Allison Jackson Foy Missing since July 30th 2006 from Wilmington NC
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#20 Kelly

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 04:57 PM

Posted for the Family and written by Allison's sister, Lisa:

A bright smile, contagious laughter and a true love of life!

And oh how she danced to the beat of her own drum!

A Mother, Sister, Aunt, Friend and so much more!

A life still with so much to discover and so much potential to fulfill!

Today, Sunday March 2, 2008 is my sister Allison’s birthday and wherever she is, this is her 36th birthday. Allison remains missing after 19 months of searching.

I ask all of you to remember her in your prayers and thoughts, and just take a moment to think of her and her two children, whether you receive this today Sunday, or tomorrow as you sit at your desk and begin your work day.

Thank you,

Lisa
www.helpfindallison.com

Kelly Murphy, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
President and Founder,
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