The father of missing Trevor Morse, Rick Morse, is a Peace4 member: http://peace4missing.ning.com/profile/RickMorse
This is an extremely hard week for his family. This is a family that is in much pain. Please pray and light candles that this family gets answers soon.
Thank you Glendene Grant (missing Jessie Foster's mom) for getting Trevor's case out to a reporter and Frank Mahoney for sending Rick's press release out to the media. But more help is needed! If media is reading here or if anyone can help get this Press Release into media's hands it would be so appreciated.
For Immediate Release
May 1, 2010
El Paso, TX/Las Vegas, NV: I am the father of a missing son. It has been three long years (May-6-07) since my son, Trevor Morse, vanished from Las Vegas NV where he was a resident. On this 3rd year of Trevor being missing I am asking that media help bring awareness by publishing or airing a story on Trevor’s disappearance.
Prior to his disappearance Trevor was working as an electrician in Las Vegas and had just relocated there in October/November 2006. While there he had purchased a 2006 Ford Mustang GT, furniture and even some pet turtles. Normal purchases of someone just relocating for work, purchases that point to an emotionally balanced person: good job, self-sufficient and who is kind enough to enjoy pets. This is in sharp contrast to how a detective who never met Trevor portrays him. This detective wants us and the public to believe he committed suicide yet there has been no body recovered and no suicide note. He was last seen in an area that had he committed suicide he would have been found immediately. The detective would also like us to believe that he walked away to assume a new life which is what almost all the families with missing adult loved ones are told. Because of his activities prior to his disappearance such as purchases, ongoing education and request for job transfer back to El Paso we his family do not buy into the detective’s assumptions.
Every day since we received the news of Trevor’s having becoming missing has been a living hell. I personally have become involved with numerous organizations and individuals bless their hearts, as they have helped me survive. Daily I check the internet and Google search, “Missing,” “Human Remains,” and “Trevor Morse.” I read and share the heartbreak of the families; sometimes I interface with some and share information as to whom and what organization to contact and other times I just lend a shoulder to cry on and an ear so they can just vent.
Once you have been associated with the circumstances of “Missing Person” you are a life time member of a club that you wish you had never heard of. There are many who receive “closure” (a very over used catch phrase), often though the answer they receive is the one that tears them apart. But, even in their anguish the families will tell you that an answer no matter what it is will always be better than no answer.
I could list all the organizations and people who are involved and list the statistics of missing people (140,000 US alone) but this would require several pages where the reader and the angels of mercy would become lost in the type. Instead I offer my heartfelt thanks to those and they know who they are.
After you read this I pray that when you hear of someone gone missing that you consider not just the mystery surrounding the case but please also consider that there are loved ones left behind hungering and praying for answers, please be compassionate.
Also if you could visit a couple web sites (see below) and read what the families go through my hopes are you will have a greater understanding of the world of the missing and their families. Maybe with media’s increased understanding more stories of the missing will be aired/published. For the majority of cases it is only in awareness that answers will be found and the media plays the foremost role in attaining this awareness.
► http://www.cue.org/ ; (Correction, CUE link is : http://www.ncmissingpersons.org/ )
LVMPD case # 070508-2842
NAMUS #196 - https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/196/0/
Thank you for your time,
Father of Missing Trevor Morse
El Paso, TX