Observance of this special day, Houston Missing Persons Day 2015, will be held in honor of 16 year old Alexandria Joy Lowitzer, who went missing April 26, 2010 from Spring, TX.
EquuSearch Director Tim Miller and Ali’s mother, Joanne, invite each of you to attend the short ceremony honoring Ali and bringing together each of us to provide awareness and support to families who have missing loved ones.
This special event will be held at next Tuesday’s Houston city council meeting in the Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall at 901 Bagby in Houston.
If you plan to attend, paid nearby garage parking and outside meter parking are available. Please arrive no later than 1:30 as seating is limited in council chambers. The ceremony will be held during City Council which starts promptly at 1:30, followed by the public session at 2 pm. We are free to leave once the short ceremony is over.
Joanne Lowitzer, a long time member of Texas EquuSearch, continues to search for her beloved daughter and asks for your continued support in finding Ali.
Showing our support in person is a vital way we can continue to educate our community about the growing epidemic of missing loved ones, and give our love and support to victims families living this nightmare.
EquuSearch t-shirts as well as t-shirts of missing loved ones are welcome to be worn. Please join us at City Hall next tuesday to honor Ali and show our support for all missing and their families.
Hope to see all of you there. Let’s show Houston we are strong, we care, and search with the heart of determination.