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Assumed Deceased: Floyd Price - MS - 02/04/2004


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#1 Linda

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 05:40 PM

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Name:Floyd L. Price

Classification:Endangered Missing Adult
Date of Birth:1924-01-23
Date Missing:2004-02-04
From City/State:Diamondhead, MS
Missing From (Country):USA
Age at Time of Disappearance:80
Gender:Male
Height: 70 inches
Weight:155 pounds
Hair Color:Gray
Eye Color:Blue
Complexion:Medium

Identifying Characteristics: One artificial knee.

Circumstances of Disappearance:Unknown. Floyd was last seen at approximately 8:00pm after being dropped off by a family member at his residence in the vicinity of the 100 block of Lanai Village in Diamondhead, MS.

Investigative Agency: Hancock County Sheriff's Office
Phone:(228) 466-6900
Investigative Case : #H04-01740


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#2 Linda

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 08:22 PM

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Price was last seen at approximately 8:00 p.m. on February 4, 2004, after his brother dropped him off at his condominium in the vicinity of the 100 block of Lanai Village in Diamondhead, Mississippi. He has never been heard from again. All of his personal belongings, including his two cars, were left behind.

Price's loved ones stated he was in good mental condition at the time of his disappearance. They believe he may have met with foul play. There was a small spot of blood found in the bathroom after his disappearance, but it is unclear whether it has anything to do with his case.

Price wrote two checks totaling $3,000 to the same person on the day he went missing; it is unknown whether the transaction had anything to do with his disappearance. Investigators have a suspect in his case, but there is insufficient evidence to bring charges. Price is a World War II veteran. His disappearance remains unsolved and he is presumed deceased.

#3 Linda

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 08:27 PM

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Investigators Still Searching For Clues In Year Old Missing Case

03/28/05

It's been more than a year now since a Diamondhead man disappeared. The family of 79-year-old Floyd Price has given up hope of seeing him alive.

Price vanished in February of last year and Sheriff's officials say they have very few clues in the case.

It's the thought of never knowing what happened that troubles his family the most.

"There's a lot of family that really love Floyd a great deal," J.C. Price said.

J.C. Price treasures a homemade tribute to his older brother Floyd. Relatives gathered the photos and mementos on a poster board to share at a family reunion.

"I think he would have been amazed. He would have been overwhelmed."

The photos on the poster may be the only memories left. Floyd Price has been missing for past 13 months and his brother J.C. has given up hope of ever seeing him alive again.

"I'm convinced he was murdered. His body was taken somewhere and hidden."

Price was last seen February 4, 2004 at his Laini Village Condo in Diamondhead. That's the night his younger brother says he dropped him off there.

"He and I had both gone to a VFW meeting at the country club, which is less than a quarter of a mile from his condo, and then I came home."

Price says when no one heard from Floyd the next day, they knew something was wrong.

"He was in good shape mentally. I knew his routine so well."

Floyd Price left all of his belongings and two cars behind. His brother is convinced the disappearance is some how linked to money.

"He had written two checks the day he disappeared to one fellow. He had written the checks for $3,000 to this person."

Investigators have checked out many clues, including those checks.

"We do have a suspect that we've been looking at, but until we find him or find a body, we have nothing at this time," Hancock County's Chief Investigator Kenny Hurt said.

The FBI confirmed that Price had written the checks. But beyond that, the FBI, the Sheriff's Department and the family's private investigator have found few answers for Floyd Price's family.

"One of these days, it's going to be resolved," J.C. Price said.

A $10,000 reward is being offered by Price's family to anyone who can lead authorities to the person responsible for his disappearance. If you know anything about the case, please call the Hancock County Sheriff's Office at (228) 467-5101.

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Posted 20 January 2008 - 08:56 PM

I am the grandaughter of Floyd. I am the only 1 in the family that is still actively trying to get the L.E. to do anything about finding him. My mother and great uncle have totally given up hope of ever finding him. Taht is 1 thing I WILL NEVER DO!!!! Papa means the world to me and I will never give up hope of finding him. I know he would never give up if it was me missing. I am going to light a candle in honor of Papa on Feb. 4, 2008 at 12:00 Noon. I invite all that can to light one for my Papa also. Thank you all for your support and prayers.


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Posted 20 January 2008 - 09:25 PM

Hi Tamyou,

I pray that you will find your grandpa.

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#6 Kelly

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 10:25 PM

Floyd has been missing for 4 years today. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 11:45 PM

Thank you all so very much!!! I will be lighting a candle at 12:00 noon. Please join me in honoring my Papa in this way.
Thank you, Tammy


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Posted 08 February 2008 - 08:05 PM

Floyd is now on Project Jason's 18 Wheel Angel campaign. A special poster has been made for him 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, Floyd 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_3.aspx

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

Updates on Floyd's Case: http://www.projectja....php?topic=1685

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Posted 08 February 2008 - 08:18 PM

Tammy wrote this story about her "Papa":

Where are you, Papa?

When I was little I was Papa's shadow. Whenever we were at Nana & Papa's I went with him everywhere he went. Papa taught me to just be myself and never to put on airs. He always made me laugh. I remember riding in his pickup and Papa would shift gears on the floorboard and he would "accidentally" get my knee instead. He would say "OOPS" and start tickling my knee until my Nana would tell him to stop, because she was afraid I would fall off the seat from laughing so hard.

Papa used to raise and sell American Quarter Horses. He loves horses and all kinds of animals. Because of him I have a great love of animals too.

My Papa has always been my hero. He has always been there for me. Now it is my turn to be there for him. I have not heard from or seen Papa for 4 years. He disappeared 11 months and 1 day after Nana passed away. I felt like my world was taken away when I lost Nana. Then Papa went missing and my world fell clear off its axle. It has been the absolute hardest thing I have ever had to deal with. Papa lost his soul mate when he lost Nana, so he went to Mississippi to live closer to his brothers.

Papa went missing on Feb. 4, 2004. My family and I are so very worried about him. My mom is so upset that she has given up hope. That is the one thing I will NEVER do.

My Papa means the world to me. So, please take a real close look at his picture and place his poster. Have you seen him or given him a ride somewhere? Please help us find him!

Papa if you happen to be reading this, please call me. I love and miss you very, very much.

Tammy, Floyd's granddaughter

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 08:43 PM

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Posted 20 June 2009 - 11:34 AM

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 06:18 PM

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Project Jason announces a new program that offers families of the missing individual websites to increase awareness of their missing loved ones. Keys to Hope will be available to all families registered for Project Jason services and who do not currently have a website, Facebook page or other dedicated internet presence for their missing family member.

"Continued hope is a necessity for these families," stated Kelly Jolkowski, President and Founder of Project Jason. "These easy-to-use websites will provide hope in the form of awareness, to these families. You never know which click of a mouse may bring a much-needed answer."

Four Keys to Hope websites are now live. They are:

Floyd Price: http://floydprice.projectjason.org/
Randy Spring: http://randyspring.projectjason.org/
Mark Wilson: http://markwilson.projectjason.org/
James Zinza: http://jameszinza.projectjason.org/

Tammy Youngman, granddaughter of Floyd Price, said, "I love the new Keys to Hope web site. It has given me an opportunity to share stories and information about my missing grandfather, “Papa,” as he is affectionately known. Thank you, Project Jason, for helping those of us that aren't adept at making our own sites to obtain public awareness for our missing loved ones.”  Floyd has been missing since 2004 from Diamondhead, MS.

23 years ago, Arlene Spring's son, Randy, disappeared in California. "My son’s new website gives me hope that there are people who care about the missing and who will also take the time to encourage families with missing loved ones," she said. Meanwhile, her hope for Randy's recovery never diminishes, even with the passage of time, but is renewed with Randy's new site.

Project Jason’s Keys to Hope sites provide family members of missing persons whom we serve a free space to share the stories of their missing loved ones with the world. Not every family has the means, know-how, or contacts to be able to create a web presence for their missing loved one.

“The vision for Keys to Hope came to me while doing the redesign of Project Jason’s site,” said Project Jason webmaster, Jeffrey Messick, a freelance website designer and owner of Bluecamelsweb. “I realized that developing the network for the Keys to Hope program would be the perfect way to provide an easy-to-use format and thus make it work for these suffering families. I was very pleased to be able to use my skills and current technology to make a difference in their lives.”

For additional information about the program, please see http://keystohope.projectjason.org/

About Project Jason

Project Jason, founded in 2003, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting families of missing persons. The organization offers tactical guidance, emotional support, and hope for families continuing their searches for answers. 

The families working with Project Jason benefit from increased public awareness of their missing loved ones through a variety of outreach and educational activities. The families are also guided toward existing resources available to help with their efforts.

Project Jason is based in Omaha, Nebraska.

For more information about Project Jason’s objectives, activities and services, go to http://www.projectjason.org

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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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