Thanks for the support through a very tough time |

Thanks for the support through a very tough time

Kathy McCormickFrisco

As the holidays begin to wind down and a new year is upon us, I would like this time to express my sincere gratitude to those in the community who have showed concern for my missing mom, Patricia McCormick. If it weren’t for Sara Vaine from the Advocates for Victims of Assault reaching out to me, at what I think was a crucial time in this event, I don’t know what I would have done. It’s hard to imagine anything like this happening to anyone, and the constant distress this event has caused is immeasurable. It’s difficult to imagine that this nightmare will continue into the new year, but with the support of the community rallying on my side, it definitely eases the pain. I would like to thank the following community members: The Dillon Community Church as well as the Salvation Army for their contributions to the payment of mom’s rent; Women’s Council of Realtors for their donation; every person/business for their contribution to the Patricia McCormick Fund at the Credit Union of the Rockies; and of course, the Frisco Police Department, Det. Julie Polly, Chief Tom Wickman, as well as Sheriff John Minor and the entire sheriff’s department staff for their persistence and diligence to find my mom. May the new year bring some sign of my mom. Peace to you all.

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