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Man Walking in Fields

Missing Persons

When a loved one goes missing, there is no greater feeling than that of helplessness. What does one do when a loved one vanishes? 

The research and investigation of missing persons is a key part of our interest. According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons (NamUS) database, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 600,000 people go missing annually. Approximately 4,400 unidentified bodies are recovered each year.


We serve families of missing persons by respectfully providing assisted research, including genealogical. It is imperative that in such cases, good communication and cohesive collaboration is shared with law enforcement, participating organizations, search and rescue (SAR), and teams with specific skill sets such as underwater dive teams, equine SAR, and canine search teams.

Each missing loved one’s situation is unique. In an attempt to provide resources, we have created a list of professional organizations that may be of assistance. Always remember, if the situation feels overwhelming at this time, reach out. Family, friends, or others are an essential source of  support as you consider the best practice to traverse a stressful and emotional situation. 



past tense: vanished; past participle: vanished

  1. disappear suddenly and completely. "

    without a trace"

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