February 23, 2009
John went missing under suspicious circumstances eight years ago today. The family is left with many unanswered questions and continues to seek justice for John. Participate in the upcoming 2009 John Rowan Memorial Tournament and learn more about John and other missing persons.
Mystery of missing Kildare man
Monday, 11 February 2002
The Irish Examiner reported the story of John Rowan (34), originally from Monasterevin, Co. Kildare, who left his wife Caroline and their two children at the family home in Jacksonville, Florida, on February 23 last year and hasn’t been seen since. His van was found near Orlando airport a month later but the family believe that he has been murdered. Mr Rowan had his own construction business and what baffles the family is that ten months before he disappeared he removed his wife and children as beneficiaries of a $3m life insurance policy and inserted the names of his two former business partners, Ray and Mike Itani. The Itanis refuse to discuss the matter with the police.
Missing Since: February 23, 2001 from Jacksonville, Florida
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: August 25, 1966
Age: 34 years old
Height and Weight: 5’9 – 5’11, 220 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Black hair, blue eyes. Rowan had a moustache at the time of his 2001 disappearance. He has an appendectomy scar. Rowan has scars on his chest and abdomen as the result of exploratory surgery. He is an Irish citizen.
Clothing/Jewelry Description:A wedding ring with three imbedded diamonds.
Medical Conditions: Rowan has been diagnosed with high blood pressure. He requires medication to regulate his condition.
There is a substantial reward for information leading to the arrest or conviction of the person or persons involved in his death is now $200,000.
Parents put up $200,000 to warm missing son’s cold case
John Patrick Rowan
Anyone with any information about the disappearance of John Rowan Jr. can call Sgt. Jim Parker of the Sheriff’s Office’s cold-case squad at (904) 630-1157. You could be eligible for a $200,000 reward.
October 26, 2008
Please support the families of Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes in their continued efforts to find them.
Join our “Give a Little, Save a Life” campaign.
October 14, 2008
“Give a Little, Save a Life” and some money too at the Belk Fall Charity Sale. Look for us at the Avenues Mall Belk store in Jacksonville, Fl. on Friday Oct. 31st and Saturday Nov. 8th.
Donate $5 to the CAC-Charities and receive a special ticket to the Belk Fall Charity Sale Nov. 15th entitling you to savings on disounted items (20-50%), $5 off your first purchase and a chance to win $1,000.
To volunteer to help please visit our website Volunteer
August 27, 2008
Today marks the second anniversay of Trenton Duckett’s disappearance. Trenton was last seen in the area of Lady Lake Saturday afternoon. He was last seen wearing a shirt, blue denim shorts, and no shoes. Anyone seeing Trenton’s mother, or her vehicle in the vicinity of the Ocala National Forest or the Orlando area on Saturday or Sunday 08/26/2006 or 08/27/2006 is urged to call. Trenton is biracial; he is Asian and white.
After 2 years, search slows for Leesburg’s Trenton Duckett
“We look into all kinds [of leads], but psychics and ‘I-think-I-might-have-seen-him-here-or-on-TV,’ that’s the type we’ve been getting for about the last year or so,” Leesburg police Maj. Steve Rockefeller said.
What would you do if Trenton was your child?
Please help all missing children by donating to the Child Alert Center Charities.
August 10, 2008
As the 2008 Olympic games begin, do you find yourself asking a simple question about missing children? Why, with all the coverage, is there not one single PSA covering a missing child; not even Madeleine McCann arguably the most recognized missing child worldwide?
The NCMEC which recieves over $35 million annually from the Department of Justice hasn’t made any appeals nor has the Find Madeleine website (which no longer publishes the exact number of millions they have received).
The CAC Charities, through the generosity of our sponsors and individuals, did air a show in Jacksonville, Florida on Comcast 29 Saturday at 8:00 p.m. about missing children. Unfortunately it was in the same time slot as the Olympic games and the first pre-season game for the Jacksonville Jaguars. However the Jaguars did graciously allow us to have a booth at the Pepsi Plaza and will show a PSA about child safety, missing children and the Child Alert Center on the stadium jumbotron during home games.
July 23, 2008
At the Child Alert Center, parents can register and securely store their children’s descriptive information and photographs annually for less than the cost of a typical flash drive. In the event the child goes missing the parent or police would notify their call center. A poster would be created in minutes and distributed regardless of the parents physical location. There would be no need to search for a child id kit, photographs, flash drives or anything but the missing child.
The Pasco Sheriff’s Office plans to launch a program soon, Operation Find Me, to give away USB flash drives to parents of youngsters, Public Information Director Kevin Doll confirms.
Vital information, photos and other files can be transferred onto the USB flash drive, also called thumb drives, which plug into any computer.
The Suncoast News
July 15, 2008
Website: CAC Charities
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