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I knew Paige from the time she was 5 years old and remember her dearly. I'm glad someone is remembering her.


Consider a candle lit in her memory, not just on her anniversary, but everyday she is gone. I didn't know her, but she was from my hometown, and I followed this case very closely. I hope one day the truth comes out, and her case is solved, not just for her sake, but for that of her family and friends.

Beth Miller

How can a human being just vanish from the face of this earth--no trace anywhere?? Who is to blame for that? Did law enforcement miss the obvious? Has way to much time gone by to link a small piece of evidence to the disappearance? I have little faith in our law enforcement to solve anything--look at the farce the FBI just played at the farm in Milford!

A candle is lit for Paige!

ardis wait renkoski

Thank you, again, Lisa for remembering my daughter, Paige. Your information was accurate this year as it was last year. I truly appreciate your detailed account with out adding undocumented statements and suppositions as some journalists tend to do.

A Mass is said every year on her birthday and on the 24th of May at St. John's Student Center in E.Lansing. A brick in her memory was placed in the Children's Garden at MSU in front of the little theater arena. She would love that as it is a happy place filled with beautiful, whimsical surroundings. She always maintained her child-like joy of life so it gives me some peace knowing I can visit often.

I continue to pursue avenues that might lead to resolution of her case. My family will never give up this mission - finding the person responsible for her disappearance and bringing that person to justice. Thank you, Lisa.


God bless you and your search for your daughter. I have no words and no imagination that would stretch far enough to even begin to comprehend the loss that you and your family have had to suffer. You ma'am are a testimony to the strength and fortitude that all humans aspire to. You are a pillar of humanity. As a parent I am humbled in your presence, I truly am. Godspeed to you and your family. I sincerely hope you find some lasting peace in the very near future. Bless you.

- Martin

(Lisa's husband).


I grew up with the Renkowski girls, I knew the family and spent time at thier home. Paige's disappearance, to say the least, unraveled us all. I don't know why I have not considered looking online for stories about Paige until now....but I think of the family often, and I hope they are well, and want them to know that we all still say prayers for Paige.

With Love,

Marilyn Shively

I can't believe I found this page. I have never ever forgotten Paige Renkoski and hope and pray they find her killers some day; i learned more from reading your info than anything i ever read about her; perhaps someone or someones followed her from the party store?


For some reason the disappearance Paige Renkoski has stayed in my mind. Once or twice a year, I attempt to find new information, I was hopeful when they thought they had a suspect.

I can't comprehend how someone in this day and age (1990) could disappear without a trace.

I have nothing but empathy for Paige's parents and family. I hope the day comes where we all have answers.

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