🙏Project Prayer For The Missing-Zachary Malinowski

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Zachary was playing basketball with his friends on Sunday, August 25,2013. After playing ball, Zachary dropped off  one of his friends at a residence (Murray Johnson Rd, Conway, SC) and the other friend states that he and Zachary then went to a  lady’s residence  – 7th Avenue, in Aynor,SC. They both stayed at that residence until approximately 11:30pm. The friend states that Zachary left in Zachary’s vehicle (1996 dark purple/burgundy Chevy Beretta) to get something to eat. He hasn’t been seen since.

Horry County police say they have found the car of missing 19-year-old Zachary Matthew Malinowski and that is was burned. His car was found in the woods off of Valley Forge Road near Aynor. Police say the car was “completely burned.”
Judi Jordan (Aunt)

CUE Center Profile Here


🙏Project Prayer For The Missing- Derrell Miller

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Missing Since:10/21/13
Missing From: Rochester, New York
Age at Disappearance: 22
Black Male
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black
Height: 6’2
Weight: 225
Scars Marks,Tattoos: Tattoo on chest
Clothing: Black Hoodie, Black Yankees hat,Timberland construction boots
Nickname: Smokie

Details of Disappearance:
Derrell was last seen on Arch St in Rochester, New York and his family states that it is unlike him to go this long without calling his mother or his children. The case remains unsolved;

CUE Center Profile Here

Investigative Agency:
Greece New York Police Department

Submit a Confidential Tip Here

Derrell is my oldest son and he is dearly missed by his family he loves kids has for of his own love spending time with family a kid at heart.

Gwendolyn ( Derrell’s Mother)

🙏Project Prayer for The Missing-Michael Austin Davis


Missing Since: 06/26/07
Missing from Jacksonville, Florida
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth:04/24/81
Age at disappearance: 26
Height: 5’7″-5’8″
Weight: 160-180 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Race: White
Gender: Male
Distinguishing Characteristics: Dimples. Noticeable scar
on right cheek, extending to lip.
Medical Conditions: Manic depression. Knee problems.
Chronic pain in knees and back.
Clothing: Jeans, T-shirt. Usually dresses in dark colors.
AKA: Uses the first name “Austin”.

Details of Disappearance
Austin was last seen on June 26, 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida, as he left his sister’s home on the west side of town. Family members say that Austin became depressed after he was arrested for several outstanding tickets, for which his car was also impounded. His last cell phone call was to a cab company, and the driver can only remember a 9-mile fare. Most of his personal possessions were left behind, and there has been no activity on his e-mail or bank accounts. Austin missed some family events that he was looking forward to.
According to America’s Most Wanted , Austin was seen purchasing a shotgun at Jax Jewlery and Pawn in Jacksonville on June, 26, 2007. Search teams have covered various wooded areas near and around the location where Austin was last seen in Jacksonville.

Austin’s family is very concerned for his welfare, and would appreciate any information that would lead to his whereabouts.

CUE Center Profile Here

Help Find Michael Austin Davis-

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
(904) 630-2372


Story about your missing loved one: Michael “Austin” Davis, (Austin) was born into our family April 24th, 1981. We were always told what a charming young man he was and that he’d do well, even as we stressed over grades, homework and responsible behavior.  As he grew he continued to make us proud of the man he was becoming, making the mistakes that we all make, but finding himself and a direction for his life.  Austin learned to cook as a young man and was good at it, working at a well known seafood restaurant chain as he studied to be a computer technician.  He loved fixing us a favorite dish, or conferring on the best seasonings to use while grilling, or suggesting different ways to cook something;  that part of him always surprised me a little, but in the best possible way.  Austin’s quiet sweetness is something I miss more than I can ever express, especially the times he’d say Mom can we talk….and he’d share parts of himself with me.

Austin was 26 at the time of his disappearance June 26th, 2007 when he took a taxi ride that ended at Jax Jewelry and Pawn Shop at the intersection of 103rd Street and Blanding Blvd in Jacksonville, FL around 12:30pm.  Police have confirmed that Austin bought a shotgun there, put the gun in a duffle bag (a few inches of the barrel sticking out) and left the shop on foot.  He’d never owned a gun, so that alone was out of character, but he also normally wouldn’t normally have walked, as he had chronic pain in both knees and back and walking distances was difficult.  Leads have been followed, many large scale searches conducted, but none have panned out.  There has been no access of personal accounts or cell phone use since that day.  We also later learned that he never cashed his last paycheck from work.  Austin left all personal belongings behind including a laptop and backpack that he never left home without.

My heart is broken that my son is out there somewhere, and that we’ve not been able to bring him home.  We reached out to the CUE Center for Missing Persons early on in our search and have been guided through this journey with support, awareness events, advocacy and numerous searches.  There are many that stand with us, the families of the Missing, some search, some offer words of support and some are our Prayer Warriors, always lifting our Loved Ones before the Lord.

My hope is always that we find Austin. Whether we find him alive, or find his remains, we want to bring him home.  I pray that someone, somewhere, has information that could lead us to him and is brave enough to come forward and say, “I know where he is” or, “I saw him that day, and this is what happened.”

One person can make the difference to our family, or the family of another Missing Person and can be the difference between never knowing what happened, and being able to bring a loved one home.

Our story submitted with loving memories, and hope.
Christy Davis, Austin’s Mom 

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687.

All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
(904) 630-2372

Project Prayer For The Missing- Unidentified Girl -Caledonia, NY

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Unidentified White Female

  • Located on November 9, 1979 in Caledonia, Livingston County, New York.
  • Estimated Date of Death is November 8, 1979
  • Died as a result of severe brain hemorrhage caused by a gunshot wound to the head.

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 13 – 19 years old. Her estimated date of birth is 1958-1967.
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5’3; 120 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: She had curly brown, shoulder length hair which had been frosted about four months before her death. The frosted hair was in the process of growing out. She had brown eyes. She was tanned and had visible bikini lines. She had no distinguishing marks. The victim had had no broken bones that would have been in a hospital’s records. It didn’t look as though she had received much medical attention of any kind.
  • Clothing: She was wearing a a boy’s multi-plaid, button-down shirt, tan corduroy pants, blue knee socks, light blue panties; white exquisite bra; brown lace up, ripple-sole shoes and a red nylon-lined man’s windbreaker with black stripes down the arms, marked with the inside label Auto Sports Products, Inc..
  • Dentals: Available. She has some serious decay and tooth #14 was decayed to the extent that only three roots of the tooth were left. She had not had any dental care.
  • Fingerprints: Available. Her fingerprints were sent to FBI headquarters, but her prints weren’t on file.
  • DNA: Available in CODIS

Case History
The victim was discovered by a passing motorist at 10.00 in a Caledonia, NY cornfield on November 9, 1979. She was found about 20 feet from the south side of Route 20, about one half mile from the intersection of Route 5.

She was fully clothed and there was no evidence that she had been sexually molested. Her pockets had been turned inside out, possibly to remove any identification.
An examination of the girl’s stomach contents turned up pieces of meat, corn and potatoes. A waitress from a small dinner in Lima, New York, remembered seeing the girl the night before the murder, but she couldn’t remember anything more.

She died of two gunshot wounds; one to the back and one to the front of her head. The coroner estimated that she was killed the previous night, (November 8), the gunshot wound to her head was inflicted prior to the back wound. The victim was apparently shot by the road where a blood spot marked the earth. Then she was dragged into the cornfield and shot again.

Police speculated that the murder weapon used was a .38-caliber handgun. Ballistics experts dug up a slug buried in the dirt underneath the victim. The slug was tested against literally hundreds of other bullets fired from guns seized by police. Over the years, the Livingston County probes traced weapons to as far away as Canada, Europe, and Mexico, but they were never able to match the slug to a murder weapon.

Several truckers called in with information about a young girl who was traveling and catching rides where she could. One trucker swore he saw the girl the night before she was murdered trying to hitch a ride to Boston from a nearby truck stop.
Police have followed up over 10,000 leads, all to no avail.

Jane Doe rests in Dansville, New York. The inscription says, “Lest we forget an unidentified girl. November 9. 1979. And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.”

Pollen samples taken from the victim’s clothing were determined to have come from only four places: Arizona, California, South Florida, or Mexico.

The victim was wearing the following necklace, made with silver beads and three small turquoise stones, one resembling a bird. The necklace was probably homemade, possibly native American, but the best detectives could figure was that it was made somewhere in the Southwest.

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The victim was also wearing two key chains that were attached to the front belt loops of her jeans. One key chain, in the shape of a heart, was inscribed, “He who holds the Key can open my heart.” The other key chain held the key that fit the small silver heart. The key chains could have been bought in almost any roadside gift shop.

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The inscription on the heart-shaped portion of the above locket reads:
He who holds the Key can open my heart.

Clothing and shoes.

Additional Case Information

Locale of Region
Caledonia, NY is located in the Finger Lakes region of the state and is close in proximity to the Canadian border. Some theories about the victim’s identity include the possibility that she was not American, but Canadian. Searches of the Canadian missing persons’ databases have not provided any information on a possible ID match for this victim. Route 20 runs parallel to Interstate 90. The crime scene was just past the bifurcation of Routes 5 and 20 on the south side of the road. On the north side, a small pull-off for truckers and motorists offered a rest area for travelers.

Tanned Complexion of the Victim
She had tan lines, suggesting that she had recently lain in the sun in a halter top. Tanning salons were not common in 1979, it is believed that she had recently vacationed somewhere tropical or was from a region more conducive to tanning in November. Furthermore, the victim’s hair was lightly frosted in the front, a hairstyle popular on the beach.

Clothing Manufacturer
Auto Sports Products. The jackets were a one-shot promotional gimmick. There was no way to track where they had gone after they were distributed.
One caller told investigators that she thought the victim’s shoes were popular in the Venjiont area during the late 1970s.

If you have any information on this case, please contact:
Livingston County Sheriff’s Office


All information can be given on an anonymous basis.

Agency Case Number:


NCIC Number:

Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
New York State Police
The E-clipse Network
Batavia Daily News
Master Detective
R News
Florida Missing Children Information Clearinghouse
Livingston County Sheriff
**Warning! Post-mortem photos contained in link below!
Livingston Sheriff

Green Mount Cemetery
Livingston County
New York, USA
Maintained by: Always with Love
Originally Created by: Hannah
Record added: Dec 19, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23492901

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Project Prayer For The Missing- Rose Marie Gayhart

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Missing From: Cape Coral, Florida
Missing Since: 03/1985
Classification: Missing Endangered
Age at Disappearance: 23
Date of Birth: 02/08/62
White Female
Height: 5’2
Weight: 115
Hair: Dark Brown curly hair
Eyes: Brown
Distinctive Characteristics: Wears brown frame glasses ( May have been replaced),
Scars Marks, Tattoos: pierced ears, scar under chin, scar over eye. Chipped front tooth
Clothing: wears size 7 clothing and size 5 shoes

Details of Disappearance
Gayhart lived in the 50 block of northeast Barron Way in Fort Myers, Florida in 1985. Gayhart has never been heard from again. Her family believes foul play might have been involved in her disappearance.

Website dedicated to Rose Marie http://rosemariegayhart.wordpress.com/

CUE Center Profile Here

Investigative Agency
Cape Coral Police Major Crimes Unit. (Florida)

From the family

Gayhart lived in the 50 block of northeast Barron Way in Fort Myers, Florida in 1985. Gayhart has never been heard from again. Gayhart was living with her boyfriend Bob Paddock and his mother but reportedly was not getting along well with either when she disappeared  Her family believes foul play might have been involved in her disappearance.The family states that it is out of character for Rose Marie not to call and stay in touch with her family. Her belonging were found behind the Cape Coral Police Dept…No one knows who put her stuff there.

Laurie J. Hosler Travis (Sister)

Project Prayer For The Missing- Kerry Johnson

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Missing since :09/14/82
Missing from: Salem, Marion County, Oregon.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 11/27/64
Age at disappearance: 17
Weight:160 pounds
White female
Dentals: Not available
DNA: Not available

Circumstances of Disappearance
Johnson was last seen hitchhiking to her cousin’s home in Salem, Oregon on September 14, 1982. She never arrived at the house and has not been heard from since that time.

If you have any information concerning Johnson’s case, please contact:
Salem Police Department
Missing Persons Unit

CUE Center Profile Here

At age 15 Kerry ran away for about six months.  She worked
at a carnival, she is 5’7″, built solid and knew
how to take care of herself.  The situation at home was
such that even while gone, she still called Mom every two
weeks to say “I’m ok, just not ready to come home
yet.”  When she did return, she was 16, she got
emancipated and lived with me for two years.  All was well,
she had friends and was working.  But then she and a
girlfriend decided to take some time off and go work at a
carnival.  They were hitch-hiking, Kerry learned to defend
herself against our brother Rock, so she could take care of
herself.  Anyway the first truck they got into was going to
CA and they decided to go visit my cousin down there.  On
the way they made some new friends, then returned home.

        The girlfriend and her boyfriend and Kerry then
drove to Reno to work at the fair.  But Kerry was restless,
so she went back to see the friends in CA.  She called us
from their house on 9-14-82 and said she was heading back to
Reno and would be home (in Oregon) on 10-1.  That is the
last we ever heard from her.  My Dad went to school with a
lady who is a psychic, her son knew Kerry, and Helen had
helped the police find kids already.  So she did a reading
and said Kerry got in a truck with Spanish writing on it,
that she had gotten really sick, but that she wasn’t dead.
 Three months later before Mom and Dad headed to CA to look
for her (she is in the police records as involuntarily
missing) Helen did another reading and said Kerry was much
better, she had taken a leadership position and she had a
cat.  Those last two are definitely Kerry traits!  But
that she had accepted the people she was with as her family
and did not know she was missing.

        Since there were already people in jail and
unwed Moms and lots of drug use in the family, plus how
close we have all been, there just isn’t anything Kerry
could have gotten into that she wouldn’t have let someone
know where she was, if she could. Plus she was the last of
all the cousins to turn 18 and we had been planning a big
sex, drugs and rock and roll party for months, on her b/day
as we would all be old enough then to thumb our noses at
rules – SMILE!   So we figure either she got sucked into a
cult, or she is a Jane Doe somewhere.   We just ask God to
watch over her where ever she is, to watch over all missing
children and their families, and if it is His will, that
they would come home to their families.


Project Prayer For The Missing- Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes

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Mark Degner (left)  Bryan Haynes ( right) both age progressed

Bryan Hayes CUE Profile

Missing from: Jacksonville,Florida
Age at disappearance: 13
Eyes: Blue
Weight:150 lbs

Bryan was last seen on February 10, 2005. He may be in the company of  Mark Degner .They may still be in the local area. Bryan has a scar on the left side of his torso.

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (Florida) 1-904-630-0500

Mark Degner CUE  Profile

Missing Since: 02/10/05
Missing from: Jacksonville,Florida
Date Of Birth: 07/ 13/92
Age at disappearance: 12
Height: 5’1″
Weight: 100 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Race: White
Gender: Male

Details of Disappearance
Mark was last seen on February 10, 2005. He may be in the company of  Bryan Hayes. They may still be in the local area.

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (Florida) 1-904-630-0500

My grandson Mark Degner & his friend Bryan Hayes went missing from Jacksonville Florida February 10th 2005. We would appreciate prayers For God’s protection, Provision , and soon safe return. God bless you!

Darlene Briggs (Grandmother of Mark Degner)