Month: May 2011

Paying Respect This Memorial Day Weekend

I never met my uncle Bill. He died long before I was born. I’ve only heard bits and pieces of his story, but here’s what I know. My uncle was a helicopter pilot. His chopper was shot down. He died in an unfamiliar land. He died defending the country he loved. He died so that Read More…


Warning: getimagesize(https://blog.peoplefinders.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/National-Missing-Children’s-Day-Logo.jpg): failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found in /home/vancem44/public_html/blog/wp-content/themes/pf/classes/Helpers.php on line 109

National Missing Children’s Day

May 25 is National Missing Children’s Day. This day serves as a reminder about the importance of protecting young kids, and doing whatever it takes to find missing children. The date was chosen in commemoration of a 6-year-old boy named Etan Patz. Etan disappeared while walking to school in New York City. To this day, Read More…

A Level 3 Sex Offender Visits An Elementary School

It’s not unusual for a parent to visit their child at school. When 32-year-old Jeffrey D. Smith entered Canandaigua Primary School, he followed the proper procedures. He signed in at the front desk and asked to see his 9-year-old daughter. But something was wrong. This man was not the young girl’s father. The name he Read More…