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August 31st, 2023 –
It is with deep sorrow that we extend our heartfelt condolences on the passing of our esteemed volunteer, Laura Rodriguez, fondly known as MissL. Laura’s dedication and unwavering commitment as a Case Entry Analyst at the Missing Persons Center have left an indelible mark on all of us.
Laura’s passion for her role went beyond mere volunteer responsibilities; she was an advocate for those whose voices were silenced by circumstances. Her meticulous attention to detail ensured that every case she entered into our database carried the weight and significance it deserved, furthering the cause of bringing answers and solace to the families of missing individuals.
MissL’s enthusiasm, warmth, and tireless efforts were truly infectious, motivating everyone around her to work towards the betterment of our mission. Her dedication did not go unnoticed – it became an integral part of the fabric of our center, inspiring us all to persevere in the face of challenges and uncertainties.
As we mourn the loss of a dear colleague and friend, let us also celebrate the legacy of compassion and determination that Laura leaves behind. Her spirit will forever echo within the halls of our center, urging us to continue our vital work in reuniting families and bringing hope to those who need it most.
During this difficult time, our thoughts are with Laura’s family and loved ones. We hope they find solace in knowing that her efforts made a lasting impact on so many lives and that her memory will always shine brightly in our hearts.
Please let us know if there are any arrangements or tributes being organized in Laura’s honor. We would be honored to contribute in any way possible.
With deepest sympathies,
Law Olmstead – Founder
on behalf of all she helped and our dedicated staff of volunteers.
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