November 15, 2012
When my friend, Kelly Rothwell, went missing on March 12, 2011, I was more than just devastated. In the days that followed, I knew that law enforcement wasn't going to be able to bring my friend back home. I was fortunate enough to learn of CUE through a reporter of all things. Monica Caison was in the field on a search when she personally took my call. She didn't hesitate in her response, "I can help." This was about 2 weeks after Kelly went missing. I had literally no hope when I made that phone call, but and hour later, after talking with Monica, I felt cared about, I felt that finally someone listened, someone knows what to do because I surely didn't, and the most reassuring thing was that I didn't feel so alone. All volunteers, all of the time, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day - there really aren't words to fully describe this gift of Monica Caison and her CUE Center for Missing Persons.
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