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Lis, thanks for continuing to post about this, especially as you know it is a case near and dear to our hearts. Hopefully, this case will get solved someday. That is my prayer anyway.


Such strange circumstances. It's a shame she hasn't been found.

I wonder if the minivan could ever be traced. It seems logical it was probably stolen.


I think about Paige every time I travel down I-96. It's a disappearance that has always haunted me. I feel for her family.


I have never forgotten Paiges disappearance. As a women, I could think of only two reasons my car would be left at the side of the road running, a break down, or a police officer. As a mother, I felt so much pain for her mom. I wondered if her story was ever requested on Americas Most Wanted. I pray her family will at least get some closure.

mark howe

I went to Okemos High school with Paige, same class. We were not close but had some mutual friends. I do remember the day she disappeared. It was a weekend and I was up north visiting my grandparents when the story came on the news. It gave me real chilling feeling and I knew the situation was grim. I think about her once in a while, especially on that stretch of highway. She was a really nice person in high school. I feel for her family and wish some kind of closure and peace.

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