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xx Reminder of Lorne's Balloon Release
« Reply #15 on: Sep 22nd, 2004, 06:30am »

Lorne's family will be having the balloon release this coming Sunday, September 26, 2004. This is to remember Lorne Boulet who disappeared on July 29, 2001 and to show the community that the family is still searching for him.

Please show your support to Lorne if you are unable to attend this event by visiting his website:

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #16 on: Sep 24th, 2004, 11:15pm »

A local newspaper interviewed me yesterday regarding Lorne and his case.

The interview went very well, but was very emotional.

When the article comes out, I will post the link.

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #17 on: Sep 25th, 2004, 9:12pm »

I am trying to find you and bring you home Lorne.... cry

Where are you?? huh

I love you forever!

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« Reply #18 on: Sep 26th, 2004, 5:56pm »

As the words are spoken softly, our hearts are pressed with the image of the ones we love, may the path of Our Lord shine upon the eyes of our missing ones and guide them home with all the promises that we shall forever love.

My prayers for Lorne

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xx Walking Them Home...
« Reply #19 on: Sep 29th, 2004, 7:44pm »

Wanting to share with everyone, so far there are 11 states involved in the Walking Them Home program. These states include...
NH
NY
NJ
GA
UT
KY
OR
WA
CT
VT
TX

If you state is not listed, please sign up as I am hoping to get all 50 states walking.

Thank you all for your support with this.

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #20 on: Sep 30th, 2004, 7:44pm »

We have GAINED 2 more states for the Walking Them Home program...

CA
TN

13 states and only 37 left to go.

Many thanks to all that are making this happen,
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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #21 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 09:08am »

Louise,

Please start a new thread in this section regarding the Walking Them Home Program. Once it's posted, if the board wont allow you to sticky the message, I will sticky it. I want this to be visible to all viewers.

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #22 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 6:32pm »

FC,

Thank you for suggesting that and as you already know, I did post a new thread.

You are doing a great job with this forum. Keep up the good work!

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #23 on: Oct 2nd, 2004, 9:45pm »

Please visit the Walking Them Home thread as there is the newspaper article link posted there.

Hope to have you join the Walking Them Home team.

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xx Personal walks to raise awareness for missing ...
« Reply #24 on: Oct 4th, 2004, 05:25am »

Oct. 4, 2004 - Louise I am posting this article on this thread as well. I'm just so proud to see this.

BRISTOL ó A local woman has developed "Walking Them Home," an event to raise awareness and proceeds for missing people throughout the world.

Louise Holmburg created the event as a way to promote physical fitness as well as awareness for the missing. She said it is an event anyone can easily take part in.

To participate in Walking Them Home, participants will walk at their individual pace and distance from Oct. 15 to Dec. 4 to total 1,173 minutes.

"If people walk just 23 minutes a day, whether it be walking to work, school, shopping, doing housework or just going out for a stroll, they will have met their goal," said Holmburg.

Holmburg established Walk Them Home for very personal reasons ó her 24-year-old nephew disappeared more than three years ago

Participants were given a 1,173 minute goal, said Holmburg, because "as of October 15, Lorne will be missing for 1,173 days."

Lorne Richard Boulet disappeared from his parentís home in Chichester three years ago at the age of 21. Reports show Boulet left his home in the early evening to take a walk and never returned.

"He left everything," said Holmburg, "his wallet, watch, cell phone, identification, social security card ó things he always had with him."

Bouletís case is special because he was a diagnosed Schizophrenic and did not have his prescription medication when he disappeared. Holmburg said Boulet began receiving treatment for his disability in months prior to his disappearance.

Boulet developed Schizophrenia after experimentation with the drug Ecstasy.

"He was a role model for my boys," said Holmburg. "He talked to them about the dangers of drug abuse and peer pressure and it was an lesson for them."

Among Holmburgís main concerns is Bouletís ability to survive on his own. "People with Schizophrenia canít regulate their body temperature," she said. "When he left for his walk in July he was wearing fleece from head to toe."

As the disease progressed, Boulet also lost many practical skills and became overly-trusting. "He almost went back to being a kid at times," said Holmburg. "At one point he gave away his Discman and all of his CDís to a homeless man."

Bouletís disappearance was very difficult for the family, especially to Holmburg. "He used to call me Auntie Wease," she said. "This has been so hard on my boys," she said of her four sons.

Holmburg spends every day searching for her nephew, and has found the Internet to be a valuable tool.

"Iíve gotten to meet other people in similar situations, who are friends and families of missing people."

Holmburg began to network with families from throughout the country who provide support and information for the families. Holmburg even learned to create a Web site in Bouletís honor, which has received more than 19,000 hits.

Holmburg said she was inspired to create Walking Them Home by a similar walk in Alaska called the "Idita Walk."

"Weíre trying to get walkers from every state," said Holmburg, "and weíve already got nine states."

With a $15 registration fee, participants will receive a Walking Them Home T-shirt. Kenny Duquet, a junior at Newfound Regional High School is designing the front," said Holmburg, "and the back will have Web sites of missing people from throughout the country."

Holmburg is trying to raise $5,000 for her nephewís reward fund. "I still have hope," she said, "and maybe this will be what it takes to get him back."

Boulet graduated from Pembrook Academy in 1998 and worked in a number of area stores, and was employed by Wal-Mart when he disappeared.

"He was a functional Schizophrenic," said Holmburg, "and he was loving."

Among Bouletís distinguishing characteristics is a pierced left ear, small scars over each eyebrows, a missing left front tooth and a tribal band tattoo with a cross on his left bicep. Today, Boulet would be 24.

The close-knit family has been torn over the loss, but does not lack faith. Bouletís parents, Evelyn and Lorne have become active in Ident-a-Kid, an organization that develops identification cards for minors.

"I pray he will come back to us every day," said Holmburg. "If a day goes by when I donít look for Lorne, I feel like I let him down."

Registration for the walk will end of Oct. 15, but late registrations are welcome. For more information about Lorne Boulet or Walking Them Home visit www.findlorne.faithweb.com.

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #25 on: Oct 8th, 2004, 12:19am »

I would like to add to the states list...

AZ
FL
IL
MA
NC

I have also received the drawing for the front of the t-shirts.
I will try to have it posted on Lorne's website by later today.

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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001
« Reply #26 on: Oct 8th, 2004, 05:07am »

Louise,

That is COOL about the new states participating. If you get that photo, try to post it here too. We'd love to see it.
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« Reply #27 on: Oct 17th, 2004, 2:02pm »

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« Reply #28 on: Oct 17th, 2004, 3:30pm »

Louise,

This is in regards to the situation that you were checking into yesterday. I felt a sigh of relief that it turned out to be something other than what one of the possibilites was. I wanted you to know that I have no doubts that Lorne knows how much you love him no matter where he is right now. I am saying a prayer that God will give you peace and understanding in your heart and mind until he's ready to reveal Lorne's whereabouts. We'll just keep on plugging along until we find him. We're with you Louise always.
And I'm ready to start walking tomorrow to build these minutes up. I'd walk 400 miles if I could get him back. We will just have remain patient somehow.


Here is a yellow rose for Lorne. Yellow means "missing you, come home soon"

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« Reply #29 on: Oct 17th, 2004, 7:47pm »

Thank you Jill!

The yellow rose was my mom's favorite and what better time to think of her then now with what is going on with the situation at hand.

I will keep searching for Lorne and will keep missing him until he is home.

I want to thank you for being there last night when I needed a shoulder (or should I say, computer screen).

Your friendship is greatly appreciated.



*HUGZ* to LB from Auntie Wease
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