When Jennifer Kesse didn’t show up for work, everyone who knew the 24-year-old recognized there was trouble. Kesse was a responsible, habitual person. She talked to her family regularly. She called her boyfriend every morning on the way to work, and she never missed work, most certainly not without letting her boss know if she needed to be off.
Not only was Jennifer missing, but so was her car. It’s found two days later, parked in an apartment complex over a mile from her home and wiped clean. Jennifer Kesse has not been seen since 2006.
Now her uncle, Bill Gilmour, describes the restless nights since then and his emotional journey to find peace, in a new book, “Aftermath of Jennifer Kesse’s Abduction: An Uncle’s Inspiring Journey and Other Stories of Hope.”
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Feature Photo: Family Handout