Here is another version of the flyer (85 mile bike run route details included).
[Plus; Interested in helping to raise funds / sponsorship opportunities, see letter > cue_OTRRT_Donation_Letter]
Bike Run POSTER ver2 (PDF)
Bike Run Poster (pdf)
Damien Mark Sharp : Details, Description, Missing 11 Years – May 2013, Warrren County, PA (Allegany National Forest Region)
(Current flyer )MISSING poster 2013 time progression with C.U.E.
(other/previous flyers) MISSING- DAMIEN SHARP- WARREN PA
Missing Poster (older version): ATTENTION HUNTERS, HIKERS>>
Join us for our upcoming national conference for missing persons and all who work in the arena from advocating, volunteering, investigation, search and rescue and the identification process of those who are lost. This event is open to all who support the mission of finding a resolution for families who have suffered a missing loved one and are or have been a victim of crime.
THE CONFERENCE CONCLUDES ON SUNDAY, MARCH 24th, 2013
Please share this information to anyone in this line of advocacy or missing person work, family of a missing person or homicide victim.
To learn more about the conference, speakers, training, tributes, sponsors, and the CUE Center for Missing Persons, please visit us at our web site http://www.ncmissingpersons.org/category/conference/ or email us email@example.com
Updated (recap/scholarship donation)- May 25th FAMILY SAFETY FAIR-YMCA-Warren, PA 12-6pm; In honor of National Missing Children’s Day and Damien Mark Sharp, Missing 10 years.
August 17, 2012 The family of Damien Sharp raised money through community donations during the May 25 Safety Fair and Missing Persons Awareness event at the YMCA and gave a scholarship to Matthew Jimerson with the… more »»
Full size/Printable Flier PDF: safety%20fair%20flyer
Interested in being a sponsor? Please click here
Damien Mark Sharp Memorial Fund
or Donations may be made at any PNC Bank (Damien Mark Sharp Memorial Fund)
The 8th Annual National Missing Persons Conference March 2012 Wilmington, NC / also, new series called “NY Missing”.
March 22, 2012 thru March 25, 2012
Join us for our upcoming national conference for missing persons and all who work in the arena from advocating, volunteerism, investigation, search and rescue and identification process of those who are lost. This event is open to all who support the mission of finding a resolution for families who have suffered a missing loved one and been left a victim of crime.
Please share this information to anyone in this line of work and or a family of a missing person or homicide victim. To learn more about CUE Center for Missing Persons please visit us at our web site www.ncmissingpersons.org or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE: (This conference is a pre – registration conference, ONLY) please contact our center for details
2012 Conference – CUE Center For Missing Persons Benefit Event When submitting a donation to benefit the CUE Center For Missing Persons –…
The 8th Annual National Missing Persons Conference 2012 (Wilmington, NC – March 22, 2012)
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They are the cases that baffle law enforcement, adults and children who vanish, without a trace. Now, News 8 is teaming up with agencies that work to find these people, by shedding light on cases that don’t get enough attention. It’s a new series called, “NY Missing”. NY Missing: National Missing Persons Conference Local families… [Read more of this review]
ALSO, IN NEW YORK:
Missing From: Addison, NY
Missing Since: 10/01/11
Age at Disappearance:18
Date Of Birth: 0611/93
Scars, Marks Tattoos:Approx 5 inch scar on left shin area that required stitches; Raspberry birth mark between shoulder blades; small round scar in occipital area that required staples.
Tattoo’s – Chinese writing – 4 symbols – on back of arm between elbow and shoulder; Large angel type tattoos on either side of rib cage/ab region
Clothing:Clothing – Red shorts, black hooded sweatshirt, sneakers.
Last telephone contact w/family was 10/01/2011. Nieko has not been seen or heard from since.
Nieko was possibly sighted in the Franklin/Nashville, TN area on or about 10/01/2011
If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687.
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.
New York State Police (Troop E) 607-776-6866
“HOPE LIGHTS THE WAY” In March the CUE Center for Missing Persons hosted its…
Families of missing loved ones gather for support
By: Julie Fertig Updated 03/28/2011 02:37 PM
The families gathered as part of the National CUE Center for Missing Person’s 7th Annual Missing Person’s Conference. Katie Towner has been searching for her cousin, Brian Sullivan, since 2007 when he disappeared from Rochester, New York. This year is Towner’s first time attending the missing persons conference.
Over the weekend, Towner met over 200 people from 23 states who are also searching for a missing loved one and understand what she is going through.
“To be able to speak with people that are experiencing the same things that we are and maybe that doors have been close on them as well and their cases have gone cold,: said Towner. “It’s very nice to be able to relate.”
The Cue Center is located in Wilmington, but serves as an advocate for families across the country. The conference gives everyone a chance to gather together in one place.
The theme of the conference was ‘Hope Lights the Way’ and gave families new approaches to finding out what happened to their loved one.
“We see a lot of bonding and relationships occurring for those who feel like they’re lost out their,” said CUE Center Founder Monica Caison.
Caison said many people attending the conference walk away with a new sense of hope.
“They’re meeting other victims that have found their loved ones, so our families are more encouraged that hey this does happen,” said Caison.
The non-profit organization has helped more than 9,000 families. If you have any information about any missing persons case, please call the CUE Center for missing persons at 910 343-1131.
HOPE LIGHTS THE WAY
To the mournful, love-filled words of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and candles lighting up the night, a large gathering at Riverfront Park honored homicide victims who were once missing persons.
Crime Stoppers joins search for Damien Sharp with $2,000 reward
June 17, 2011
Warren County Crime Stoppers doesn’t usually get involved in missing persons cases, but in the case of Damien Sharp, the organization is making an exception.
Since Sharp was last seen in May of 2002, many local and regional organizations have contributed to the effort of finding him.
Crime Stoppers is joining that list and making the reward available the largest it has ever offered.
“It’s been a long time since Damien’s been missing,” Crime Stoppers Board President Pete Carnovale said. “We are willing to put up $2,000 for any information that would lead to the whereabouts of Damien.”
“All calls are anonymous and can not be traced,” according to the Crime Stoppers release announcing the reward. “Callers will remain anonymous throughout the payout process. Please call: 1-800-83-CRIME.”
Sharp’s mother said on Thursday that she was pleased and surprised by Crime Stoppers’ announcement.
“Thank God for Crime Stoppers,” “We’re just so grateful. I can’t even explain how much this means to me. It’s like someone’s reaching out and saying, ‘Why don’t we help you?'”
Police are investigating Sharp’s case as a missing person and a possible homicide. That it is possible that no crime was committed makes Sharp’s case an unusual one for Crime Stoppers.
“Our rewards are based on information that leads to the solving of a crime,” Carnovale said. “This is definitely beyond what we usually do. We feel it would help to have closure to the case.”
The board described resolving the case as “paramount,” according to Carnovale.
“The gesture is very gracious,” City of Warren Police Investigator Tony Chimenti said. “I hope that the amount of money that they’re offering up front for information would help us.”
“We feel that if we make it appealing to some individual who knows the whereabouts of where he is, dead or alive, this might entice someone to come forward,” Carnovale said.
“I hope somebody takes the opportunity to call, not just for the money, maybe for peace of mind,” Damien’s Mother said. “I would like to thank the Warren County Crime Stoppers for myself and my family, and for Damien.”
In addition to Damien, the CUE center lists those missing throughout the country. Damien is missing from Warren, PA which is also very near the NY border and in the list below of those from NY you will see Lori Bova (whose family are dear friends to us), Lakewood, NY and Warren, PA are coincidently and ironically only 20 minutes away from each other. (see here on our site for links for info about Lori). It was especially wonderful to have been able to be there on behalf of Lori’s mother who passed away last year, and it was also wonderful to see and meet so many other families from our area at CUE’s National conference in Wilmington.
The following missing persons from other states are currently listed; anyone with information concerning a missing person please contact our center, you do not have to reveal your identity. You must have your case registered to be featured on this site, click on “file a report” to learn more.
“The Audrey Nerenberg Act” H.R. 4162
To: US Congress
Amendment for The Missing Children’s Assistance Act of 1974
“The Audrey Nerenberg Act” H.R. 4162
I agree and support Act 4162 by way of this petition presented before me, by the CUE Center for Missing Persons and Milton Nerenberg, the father of Audrey Nerenberg; who is still missing. I agree that this law would aid in the search and recovery of missing adult person(s) that have been certified with a mental capacity of a child, to include children under the age of 18 years old. I understand this law would offer national organizations, media outlets and law enforcement alike to service these individuals as children and in some circumstances would qualify for the Amber Alert.
I understand this petition will be used for it’s intended purpose only.
(see also widgets in the right hand column)
There are also 2 other petitions, (2 of each) the Silver Alert Bill & Kristen’s Law, which can found, at:
In addition here is a tool to contact your government officials with. Just follow these instructions and you’ll have an automated way to urge your federal and state representives to support these measures.
Click to go to the site; Enter zip code click Go; Scroll down to where it says – “compose your own message to Federal or State officials”, click one of them, and then write your letter.
“RALLY STOP” Family of Damien Sharp & the Warren Police Department
Warren Police Department 318 3rd Avenue -West Warren, PA 16365-
Damien Sharp – Warren, Pennsylvania- 5/25/2002
Lori C Bova– Lakewood, New York- 6/7/1997