Boosting the Signal - do you know Danielle Lee Moyer?
Jaime Lee Moyer is trying to contact her niece - details here, and please feel free to boost the signal in turn.
Originally posted by stillnotbored at Personal request for a signal boost or desperately searching for Danielle
Originally published at Jaime Lee Moyer. You can comment here or there.
I thought long and hard about posting this. I’ve never asked the internet and my network of friends for help before, but this time–my family needs all the help I can muster.
For urgent family reasons, I’m asking for help in finding my niece Danielle Lee Moyer, birthdate November 21st. Danielle is the child of my brother, James Daniel Moyer, and his ex-wife Robin Pickett. My brother and Robin divorced years ago, and Robin moved to Washington State with her second husband. I know Danielle has three half sisters and that one of those sisters is named Paris.
The last time any of us heard from Danielle she was 14 and living in Kent, Washington. She vanished after that and all our past attempts to find her failed.The few hints we’ve found say she is still in Washington state, we just don’t know exactly where.
And trust me, we have tried to find her. I won’t go into the details, but others profited from the search for Danielle. My sister never stopped looking for her on Facebook and other sites. This isn’t a case of shrugging our shoulders and giving it up for a bad job.
Recent events in the family have pushed the need to find Danielle up to critical. So I’m asking the internet for a signal boost. I’ve seen what the writer’s community can do, how far the word can spread.
So if you can and you’re willing, please boost the signal on this. Tweet the link, ask for that link to be retweeted, and boost the signal on LJ and your WordPress blogs. Any clues as to her whereabouts, any hints as to where she might be will be a huge help.
Danielle is an adult now. She may not want us to know where she is, but I’d still like to know she’s alive and well, and at least talk to her in some fashion. This is important.
I’m not hard to find. People can find my email address on the contact page of my website, leave comments on the blog or LJ, or contact me via Twitter.
It’s a small crisis in a week of major disaster, but it’s my crisis so it looms large.
Thanks for any help you can give.