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xx Bands of Hope & Remembrance" ...For Audrey
« Reply #30 on: May 11th, 2005, 1:32pm »

Excerpt from Audrey Herron Website:

Keeping Audrey's case in the minds and hearts of our community has been very difficult. Audrey is a person, a devoted mother, a loving daughter, sister, wife and cherished friend.

She is still out there somewhere and needs to be found.

Everyone who loves her deserves the answer to "Where is Audrey May Herronhuh" Along with flyers, billboards, ribbons, magnets, keychains ect. made by family & friends we will now feature Audrey's name on a wrist band similar to the Breast Cancer Association & Lance Armstrong's "Live strong" band.

We hope that you will purchase & wear this band of hope for Audrey as a symbol of our commitment to keep the flame of hope alive that Audrey will be brought home. Please help us to tell others her story by wearing Audrey's band of "Hope and Remembrance".

We should keep her in the hearts & on the minds of those who knew her as well as those who did not...

Below is a representation of Audrey's "Band of Hope and Remembrance", we are hoping to have them in time for Audrey's 1000 Lights of Hope Vigil.

Please check back for further details.

We are currently accepting pre-orders on these bands, if you are interested please email us:

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xx Vigil held in Catskill for missing woman
« Reply #31 on: May 20th, 2005, 11:21pm »

A local family marked a solemn occasion, but using the day to keep hope alive for their missing loved one.

It's been 1,000 days since Audrey May Herron disappeared.
And Friday night her family will lit 1,000 candles to show they haven't forgotten her.

The event took place at Audrey May's memorial bench at the Columbia-Greene Longterm Health Care facility. That's where Audrey May worked and was last seen back on August 29, 2002.

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« Reply #32 on: May 21st, 2005, 11:03pm »

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xx Photos from the vigil for Audrey
« Reply #33 on: May 24th, 2005, 07:04am »

Below are some photos from the vigil for Audrey. These photos are from Marie Parker's website for her friend. The children shown in this picture are photos of Audrey's kids.

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xx 3 years missing, no leads
« Reply #34 on: Aug 8th, 2005, 10:02am »

By Ariel Zangla, Freeman staff

It has been nearly three years since Audrey May Herron of Freehold disappeared without a trace, and the mystery of what happened to her after she left work on the night of Aug. 29, 2002, continues to weigh upon her family and friends.

A Web posting last fall by someone claiming to be Herron proved to be a hoax, and another Web posting made on July 9 is being investigated but has so far led nowhere.

"It's just very sad," said Marie Parker, a friend of Herron. She said she's still hoping to find out what happened to her friend though she is not expecting the search to end with good news.

Parker maintains a Web site devoted to Herron to keep her story in the public eye at http://audreymayherron.com. She also has helped organize candlelight vigils, a campaign to put Herron's pictures on shopping carts at Price Choppers in the state, the placement of a remembrance bench to Herron at the Greene County Long Term Health Care center where she worked and an annual poker run and benefit event.

The third annual poker run will be held Saturday, and Parker said she could not keep having such events without the support of local businesses. She said the bands that will perform are all doing so for free and the proceeds from the event will go to the reward/donation fund for Herron and to the Center for Hope, a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing resources to educate, assist and support families and friends to cope with the ambiguous disappearance of a loved one.

The third annual "Riding for Audrey" will be held at Brennan's School House Inn on state Route 81 in Earlton. Sign-up for the poker run starts at 8 a.m. with participants leaving at 10:30 a.m. The poker run will follow a course up to the Foxenkill Bar & Restaurant in Berne and then to Nick's Waterfall House in Gilboa before returning to Brennan's. A benefit event begins there at 12:30 p.m. and will feature five live bands, a softball tournament, a horseshoe tournament, raffles and beer, soda and food. General admission is $15 per adult, $8 for children under 8-11 years old and free for children under 8. All you can eat and drink is included in the admission cost.

For more information on the event call Parker at (518) 767-3402 or Evelyn Brennan at (518) 634-7623. Parker also asked anyone with items to donate for the raffle to call her.

Riding for Audrey T-shirts, bands of hope, pins and helmet stickers will be available for purchase the day of the event. Music will be provided by Time At Last, Forefront, Shattered Glass, British Steel and Common Ground with Andy D deejaying throughout the day.

Parker said if information about what happened to Herron does not come to light by March the reward fund gets divided into trust funds for the missing woman's three children. She said it is up to Herron's father, Ray Turk, to decide if a new fund would be established after that time. Turk could not be reached for comment Friday.

On Thursday investigators with the state police at Catskill said the Herron disappearance case is still open but that there have been no new leads as of late.

Investigation into a posting made to a Web site about Herron on Oct. 8, 2004, by a person claiming to be the missing woman was determined to be a hoax by a juvenile in Burlington, Ontario, investigators said.

In the posting the juvenile had claimed to be Herron, stating that she was fine, in Miami, Fla., and would return home soon.

On July 9, 2005, another posting was made to the Web site's guest book by a person stating they knew Herron because they "followed her the night she was abducted." The person went on to say they "search for Audrey all of the time, since the last time I saw her on that rainy night of 8/22/02." Audrey disappeared on Aug. 29.

The poster also said they wish they could say more but their life is in danger. The person concludes their comments with the sentence, "Taking a course on Target Focus Training: Learning how to kill, learning how to protect myself from the fate that was bestowed on Audrey."

Police said they are continuing to investigate the posting with the assistance of America OnLine.

Herron was 31 when she was last seen by her co-workers at the Greene County Long Term Health Care center in Jefferson Heights where she was employed as a licensed practical nurse.

She is described by police as a petite white female, 5-foot tall, 105 pounds with hazel eyes and light brown hair. She was driving a black 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee with New York license plate X23-3UV. She was wearing green medical scrubs and a blue turtleneck. The vehicle has not been found.

Anyone with information on Herron or her vehicle are asked to call police at (518) 622-2600.

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xx Re: Audrey May Herron - Aug. 29, 2002 - NY
« Reply #35 on: Aug 9th, 2005, 07:14am »

Below is a video I created from last years Riding for Audrey 2004 event. I went with my son and it was a blast. Lots of money was raised for Audrey's Fund. This year's event on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, promises to be lots more of the same with partial proceeds going to the Center for Hope. Hope to see you there.

http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/2004_Riding_For_Audrey.wmv

For more information on the event, see Audrey's web site below:

http://audreymayherron.expage.com/id57.html

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« Reply #36 on: Aug 14th, 2005, 8:04pm »

Ray Turk, the father of Audrey Mae Herron, held an annual motorcycle benefit in honor of his missing daughter.

Turk, and many of Herron's friends want closure, and believe events like the motorcycle benefit may one day raise enough awareness to shed some light on Herron's mysterious disappearance.

"It has been three years. It will be three years at the end of this month, and nothing has happened. I'm getting a little sick of it. I'd love to know what happened to my daughter," said Turk.

Family and friends say the lack of closure has been very difficult for them to accept.

Marie Parker, a friend of Herron's said, "There's still three kids waiting for mom to come home. There's a mother, a father waiting for their daughter, a husband waiting for his wife, thousands of friends. There is a whole community wondering what happened to this girl."

Herron was last seen leaving the Columbia-Greene Long Term Health Care Facility, where the mother of three worked as a nurse.
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« Reply #37 on: Aug 29th, 2005, 07:42am »

Remembering Audrey Herron today, August 29, 2005, as it has been 3 years since Audrey vanished with her jeep after leaving her shift at approx 11 PM from the Columbia Greene Long Term Medical Facility in Jefferson Heights, NY. Best wishes to Ray, Audrey's dad, for a speedy resolution to this tragedy.

Photo of Audrey
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For more information on Audrey please see her website:

http://audreymayherron.expage.com/

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« Reply #38 on: Aug 29th, 2005, 1:50pm »

A Greene County family is remembers a missing woman three years to the day after she disappeared.

Audrey May Herron was last seen leaving the Columbia-Greene Long Term Health Care Facility on this day back in 2002. Herron worked there as a nurse.

Since that time family and friends have held vigils to keep Herron's name in the news.

The family is also offering a reward for information leading to her whereabouts.

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« Reply #39 on: Aug 29th, 2005, 5:05pm »

Remembering Audrey on this dreadful day.

May all that love, miss, and search for Audrey get the answers that they so desperately need.

A lavender candle is lit in NH today for her! Please, those that read this, light a candle and remember Audrey!
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« Reply #40 on: Oct 4th, 2005, 4:29pm »

Happy Birthday, Audrey!

May you be well, where ever you are. Many are Praying for your safe return, and soon!

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« Reply #41 on: Jan 17th, 2006, 06:48am »

From Jim Viola

Interview with Audrey's Dad, Ray Turk
http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/Riding_for_Audrey_Aug_05_Interview_with_Ray_Turk_128_Kbps.wmv
(Approx. 2.5 Minutes, 1.4MB)

Fox23 News Report
http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/Audrey_Herron_Fox23_News_Aug_2005_128Kbps.wmv
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Interview with Audrey's friend, Marie Parker
http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/Riding_for_Audrey_Aug_05_Interview_with_Marie_Parker_128Kbps.wmv
(Approx. 2.5 Minutes, 1.8MB)

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« Reply #42 on: Mar 17th, 2006, 2:33pm »

State Police are investigating a new lead -- a possible out-of-state sighting -- in the case of missing Catskill nurse Audrey May Herron.
Herron, a licensed practical nurse, was 31 when she vanished 3 years ago after finishing her shift at 11 p.m. at the Columbia-Greene Long Term Health Care Facility. She said goodbye to co-workers in the parking lot and drove off in her 1994 black Jeep Grand Cherokee, heading for home in Freehold, Greene County, about 12 miles away. Neither she nor her vehicle have been seen since that night of Aug. 29, 2002.

Investigators have pursued numerous leads. Searches by police, family and friends and local residents shortly after her disappearance turned up nothing. Police have treated the case as a homicide since her disappearance.

Now there's something new to look into.

"We're working an out-of-state lead, and we are speaking to an individual who saw a woman who may look similar to Audrey," State Police Capt. Wayne Olson said. "We don't have any credible evidence at all that this is Audrey."

Olson, who heads the Troop F Bureau of Criminal Investigation, based in Middletown, said the new information "is one of hundreds of leads that we've followed on this case up to this point, and this is a lead that is dealt with just like all those others."

He declined to name the state where the lead originated. Investigators debunked media accounts over the past couple of days, saying there was no truth to a report that a truck driver told police recently that he picked up Herron that night and drove her to Florida.

A year ago this month, investigators looked into yet another lead that involved contacting Canadian authorities in an attempt to trace the sender of an e-mail to the Herron Web site from a person purporting to be the missing mother of three. It proved fruitless.

Those close to Herron have made efforts to keep her name in the public eye. A $20,000 reward has been posted.

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A one-day training session is being offered on March 31 to help prepare attorneys to handle family offense cases in Family Court, including issues of custody and visitation and client interviewing. The Domestic Violence Legal Training Coalition, which includes the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York, the Legal Project of the Capital District Women's Bar Association, Albany Law School and the Empire Justice Center, is sponsoring the training, which provides eight hours of continuing legal education credits.

The session will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Century House in Latham. The training is free to lawyers who agree to accept at least one pro bono case from both Legal Aid and the Legal Project. The training is a way to increase pro bono panels of attorneys available to work with domestic violence victims in court, said Lisa Frisch, executive director of the Legal Project.

Otherwise, the cost is $150 for attorneys, $75 for law guardians or assigned counsel attorneys and $25 for domestic violence advocates. Space is limited, so early registration is suggested. Contact Susan Pattenaude at the Legal Project at 435-1770

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In an effort to raise awareness of the law and help New Yorkers navigate the legal system, the New York State Bar Association sponsors the People's Law School, a series of classes covering topics such as civil lawsuits, wills and estate planning, matrimonial law and criminal law.

Now the lecture series is available on audiotape, CD and DVD. A news release from the bar association explains that the lectures "feature legal experts explaining the law in easy-to-understand, practical and informative sessions, (and) are designed as a guide to understanding the law" for those without formal legal training.

The five-part series, along with a guidebook, is available for $20. To order, log on to the state bar Web site -- www.nysba.org -- and then click on public resources beginning Friday, March 17 or call (800) 582-2452 or 463-3724.


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« Reply #43 on: Aug 30th, 2006, 08:35am »

By Ariel Zangla, Freeman staff

CATSKILL - Four years have passed since Audrey May Herron of Freehold disappeared after leaving work, but investigators are continuing to pursue the case.

While no leads have panned out so far, family members and friends continue to hold out hope that they will find out what happened to the missing woman.

"All leads and information developed are being investigated, as well as contacts with other police agencies with similar cases of missing persons and unidentified persons," the state police at Catskill said in a written statement last week. "The investigation has developed several leads in the states of Florida, Missouri and Arkansas."

Police said the results of those leads are still pending and offered no further details.

Earlier in the investigation, police determined a posting made to a Web site about Herron on Oct. 8, 2004, by a person claiming to be the missing woman was actually a hoax by a juvenile in Burlington, Ontario. In the posting, the juvenile had claimed to be Herron, stating that she was fine, in Miami, Fla., and would return home soon.

Herron was 31 on Aug. 29, 2002, when she was last seen by her co-workers at the Greene County Long Term Health Care Center in Jefferson Heights, where she was employed as a licensed practical nurse. She was driving a black 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee with New York license plate X23-3UV. She never arrived home to her husband and three children.

Following her disappearance, police and volunteers conducted ground searches retracing Herron's possible routes home and approximately 120 miles of roadways and trails. Police also used helicopters to trace the routes Herron would have taken, but nothing was found.

Herron's father, Ray Turk, said it always bothered him that police could not find his daughter's vehicle.

Turk is hopeful someone will come forward with some answers.

"I'm never going to give up," he said. "I know there's got to be somebody out there that knows something, but nothing seems to be coming up."

Turk noted that there is still a $20,000 reward being offered for information leading to Herron being found. If the reward goes unclaimed, he said, he plans to convert that money into college funds for Herron's three children, Sonsia Rae, 14, Katie Lynn, 8, and Quinn Andrew, 6.

Katie and Quinn live with their father, Jeffrey Herron, while Sonsia lives with her father from a previous relationship, according to Turk.

Corrina Dedrick-Gardner, Audrey Herron's friend since high school, said family and friends are still trying to keep her story alive. She said the fourth annual Riding for Audrey motorcycle tour Saturday, which drew about 50 motorcyclists, raised money for the Center for Hope, a nonprofit organization that helps families and friends cope with the disappearance of a loved one.

Dedrick-Gardner and another of Herron's friends, Marie Parker, maintain a Web site devoted to Herron at http://audreymayherron.expage.com.

"The days and the years go by and it doesn't ever really get easier," Dedrick-Gardner said. "This time of year is very hard. And you just keep praying."

Herron is described as a petite white female, 5 feet tall and weighing 105 pounds, with hazel eyes and light brown hair. She was last seen wearing green medical scrubs and a blue turtleneck.

Anyone with information on Herron or her vehicle are asked to call police at (518) 622-8600.

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« Reply #44 on: Sep 14th, 2007, 8:10pm »

Marie Parker put a match to a candle and thought about her friend as the five-year anniversary of a Catskill nurse's disappearance passed quietly last week.
No vigils were planned and State Police investigators had no new leads as Aug. 29 passed -- the day in 2002 that Audrey May Herron, 31, ended her shift at 11 p.m. as a licensed practical nurse at the Columbia-Greene Long Term Health Care Facility and vanished.

She said good-bye to co-workers, got into her 1994 black Jeep Grand Cherokee, but never made it to her home in Freehold, Greene County, 12 miles away. Neither she nor the Jeep has been seen since.

"Still nothing," Parker said. Parker asked that "everybody light a candle. That's all I could do."

In July, Parker, a Ravena resident, organized the Fifth Annual Riding for Audrey motorcycle run in Greene County, which brought in $5,000.

Half of the proceeds went to the $25,000 reward/trust fund and the other half to the Center For Hope in Ballston Spa, founded by Doug and Mary Lyall, parents of missing University at Albany student Suzanne Lyall. Herron's three children could get the money if it is not given as a reward.

"The only thoughts going through my mind are I'd like to know what happened to her," Ray Turk Sr., 65, of Coeymans said of his daughter. "I've got no answers, no clues. Every lead they've had has been no lead."

More than 1,000 leads have been run down by State Police in Catskill, including in Canada, Missouri and North Carolina.

But in the last six to eight months, there have been no real leads," Investigator Bill Fitzmaurice said.

Remains of numerous unidentified females discovered throughout the country have been checked out, he said. Unidentified bodies "are a common thing, weekly," he said. Teletypes inform of bodies found and departments with open cases can inquire.

"We have a full DNA workup on her, and we're always comparing it to open cases with other agencies," Fitzmaurice said.

Last year, investigators traveled to Missouri to follow up on tips that a woman fitting Herron's description was using tractor-trailer trucks to travel.

"We talked to two or three people out there who saw the same woman, and we found some video with a striking resemblance," Fitzmaurice said. "It's a lead that we followed, and it's never been totally discounted."

Herron is featured on the State Police and FBI missing persons' Web sites as well as smaller sites of advocates for missing people.

Two years ago, cops tracked a lead to Canada in an attempt to trace the sender of an e-mail purporting to be Herron. The e-mail popped up on a Web site created by Herron's friends, but nothing materialized.

Jeff Herron, the husband of the missing woman and father of her two youngest children, was questioned by police early in her disappearance. He took a polygraph but refused the second lie-detector test police wanted him to take, investigators have said.

Turk said there isn't much he can do to find peace. "You just sit there and hope and pray somebody will find something or say something, but it don't seem to be happening."

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