Friday, May 16, 2008

Tracy Hill


Tracy Hill disappeared on June 7, 2001.
Her case has baffled everyone with the only suspect being her husband.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tracy Hill seems forgotten by everyone including CCVOH

Kim Mitchell said...

Tracy is the last person we would forget. She has been in our hearts since the beginning, even on our original shirts. She was one of the first seven we had. We have her flyer. We tell her story. And we have gotten several tips on her, all of which we have given to the police. Pay no attention to the above, Tracy. We are here for you.

Anonymous said...

may there be ones who forget but i am praying that they find you or what happened I am sorry to her family u will be in my prayers.. how could cc forget about a unsloved Murder?

Anonymous said...

Tracy Hill will NEVER be forgotten. And who ever you are... you keep putting CCVOH down and saying that they are "forgetting" about these victims... What are you doing? Are you trying to get any information about these victims out there? Are you putting countless hours in? Are you trying to solve these cases are you doing anything? Yeah! Thats is what I thought! Kim and Belinda are doing all that they can and I think that they're efforts are comendable! They are amazing human beings who care so much and are they are not here to please you they are following their hearts and they surely do NOT have to answer to you.
Keep up the good work ladies!!!
<3

Anonymous said...

now her husband is in prison for shooting some guy-go figure

Anonymous said...

TOO MANY WOMEN DISAPPEAR UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES,WITH FOUL PLAY BEING SUSPECTED ON THE PART OF THE BOYFRIEND OR HUSBAND.IF D.V. LAWS WERE HARSHER THIS WOULD NOT BE HAPPENING.I PRAY FOR TRACY HILL AND HER FAMILY!!

Delilah said...

I'm sitting in a hotel room in Wilmington, NC where I just returned from a candlelight vigil for missing persons as a part of the CUE Center for Missing Persons National Conference.

At the vigil we were given a tiny jar, and inside the jar was a heart with a name on it. We are to keep this missing person in our hearts to remember them and support them.

The name on my heart is Tracy Marie Hill, missing from Ohio, my home state.

The other ironic thing is one of the main speakers is nationally recognized expert in domestic violence homicide, Susan Murphy Milano. In my opinion, Tracy was a victim of intimate partner homicide, and my heart breaks that the man who did this to her has not been charged. Although in prison for something else, Tracy has not received the justice she deserves.

God Bless her and her memory. May her family one day find her and find peace.

Anonymous said...

Everyone wants to point fingers at her husband. There is NO evidence what so ever and you would think that after all of his time served in prison they (police) would come up with something. I hope she is found, dead or alive, for her families sake. Continue looking and I will continue to pray for Tracy, and her family.