Anyway, We will never forget you and your family. You are always in our prayers. We have recently lost a close friend of our family to Glioma tumor. She was four years old. Her parents were friend of ours from here in Bahrain. He is British and she is fillipina.
Most of our friends here worked in the Gulf hotel at one time or another. That is what brought us together.
The reason for my writing is that I, personally, have always wanted to let you know we are with you and praying for you.
If there is ever anything we can help you with, please let us know and we will do what we can.
V/R, Gene And Marestella.
Our prayers are with you.
Eugene H. Watson (AG2-Vet) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Manama, Bahrain - Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at 10:47:56 (PDT)
I just finished reading the story of the four teenage girls who murdered a 12 yeal old girl named Shanda Sharer. My curiousity leads me to look the pictures of these murderers and the victim as well when I came to see this page. I'm surprised to read that there are really numerous cases like this. Now I wonder where is the safest place for the upcoming generation. My sympathy to the Williams family. I hope Christina's still alive. Wherever she is may GOD guides her and leads her home.
baguio, philippines - Saturday, July 03, 2004 at 23:42:44 (PDT)
I can really say, I know what your going threw I only wish I had someone to talk to,My daughter has been gone for 10 months now and it;s so hard not knowing if they are still alive or not.I'll keep you in my prayers. Keep the faith strong.
broken hearted mother (email@example.com)
fontana , california San Bernadino - Friday, July 02, 2004 at 18:19:07 (PDT)
Dear Family, My husband and I learned of Christina when we moved to Ft. Ord in the summer of 1999. By August of the next year we would meet the FBI agent working to find her killer. You see we were witnesses to another murder case - that of our neighbor and friend, Jackie Baumann. Our case was solved by this agent - it was her husband. I have lost contact with the FBI agent, but I do remember him with great fondness. I would bet that R.L. will never stop searching for justice for your sweet angel Christina. We have a daughter now too and maintain a great relationship with our murdered friend's mother. These were our gifts from the horrible tragedy. We cherish them. I felt for some reason a connection to your story and a need to make a connection with you. I am sure you understand. Thank you for all you have done to protect the children of the future. Kit, Costi and Jane Annette
Kittie Aldakkour (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ft. Meade, Md USA - Sunday, June 27, 2004 at 14:46:40 (PDT)
The story of Christina left the Filipinos in awe,wondering as to what had happened to the impression that our kababayans in the US are living safely. Recently, there had been news about abductions to Filipinas not only in the US but around the world. We hope that authorities will do something about it. Prayers for the Williams family and to thousand cases of abduction around the world. May justice prevails.
gwen bautista (email@example.com)
Antipolo, Philippines - Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 12:34:23 (PDT)
To the Williams Family...as you know..i knew Christina and Jennifer...i haven't visited your page in quite some time, but I wanted to let you know that Christina is in my prayers, as well as the rest of you. I HOPE that some day soon, the ruthless men that did this will be found and done away with. Again...GOD BLESS YOU ALL!! I DO LOVE YOU!!!
Sara Taylor (davies) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
spokane, Wa USA - Friday, June 25, 2004 at 16:11:56 (PDT)
hello family i am very sorry for your daughters death, i was the same age as her when my family and i found out about her missings. and to this day i wonder where her killer may be! but i guess all we all could do is pray that man will just turn himself in. i pray that you and your family is doing great! prayer supporter for my sister in Christ "Christina Williams" jmt
Jeydriana Tamiano (email@example.com)
Seaside, California U.S.A. - Tuesday, June 15, 2004 at 23:33:07 (PDT)
May your pain be eased knowing she is with her Father in Heaven as an angel watching over other children here on earth. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!
Betsy Mclain (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bush, LA USA - Monday, June 07, 2004 at 13:55:14 (PDT)
I am sorry that this has happened to you and your family My children are 3 & 4 and it scares me to think that there are people out there that would want to hurt them or any child,god bless you and your family and all the people that have to go through this!
Denise A.Madrid (neesee520@Hotmail.com)
Tucson, Az USA - Sunday, June 06, 2004 at 20:47:52 (PDT)
sorry to hear about your sad loss i don,t know what to say it,S is so sad
england united kingdom - Saturday, June 05, 2004 at 19:18:09 (PDT)
I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR GIRL
CINCINNATI, OHIO USA - Saturday, June 05, 2004 at 17:09:52 (PDT)
Hope everything will turn on the best way for you all. May God, wake over your girl.
Gudmundsson, Gunnar (email@example.com)
Reykjavík, Evropa Iceland - Friday, June 04, 2004 at 06:36:56 (PDT)
Mike, I'm at a loss for words of comfort for you and your family. I heard what happened to Christina shortly before we left Japan. I was so affraid to PCS from my safe haven there! I remember Christina when she used to stop by AT&T Jens and i remember seeing her sometimes at the Exchange and at the school where i used to take evening classes. Today i saw pictures of missing children in the Pentagon and i thought of her. I wondered if those animals had been caught, and i found your web-site. Your family is definitely in my prayers and i thank God that you had the strenght to help you get through this horrible tragedy. After she was found, i joined the military and hoped that some of my training will help me defend my self and others should the need be. I know Christina is up in her heaven and she's proud of you and your new grandaughter. Please don't hesitate to let all of us know if there's anything we can do for you.
Gladish Vega (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Washington, DC - Thursday, June 03, 2004 at 18:52:38 (PDT)
Hello- I was researching Richard Evonitz. I am in VA where he hunted and preyed on young women. My young cousin was raped by him, but thankfully her life was spared. I am so sorry to read of your loss. Its a terrible situation, that you are trying to accept and understand. I will keep you in my prayers for continued healing.
woodbridge, va usa - Monday, May 31, 2004 at 19:23:15 (PDT)
I just wanted to say that my prayers and thoughts are still with you. I was stationed at the DLI in Monterey when this happened and was on the search party for her from the Navy. I think about her and hope your family is doing okay these days. May God be with you.
Jenny Hust (email@example.com)
Arizona USA - Friday, May 28, 2004 at 11:24:00 (PDT)
I came across you website by accident today. I sympathize with you loss. My dad was murdered in '78 and I am still grieving. God Bless You!
Woodbridge, VA USA - Tuesday, May 25, 2004 at 13:53:02 (PDT)
I had bookmarked this page awhile back ago .. and today .. i was cleaning out my favorites before I had to work .. I clicked on it .. and I started reading .. all the of the murdered children... and I came across your story .. and your terriable heart break and loss of a beautiful girl .. your daughter Christina .. I am so terriably Sorry about your loss .. I have a little girl .. and there is not a day that goes bye's .. that I don't worry about her .. even when she is with me .... As i was reading your enteries .. My eye's flooded up with Tears .. Even tho I can't relate .. Just thought of the pain you and your family has suffered Just saddened me .. but more so .. what Christina had to go thru .. but I have no doubt that she is with you all .. smiling down upon you .. She is in a wonderful and beautiful place .. I would love to help in any way .. I tried to see if there has been any updates .. but it doesn't look like it .. So .. I have looked to see how to help .. I have a father in law who is a druck driver .. and has been for over 30 years .. and also know a few others thru friends .. I will ask them if they can pass out flyers .. during the travel .. and in hopes that one day .. soon .. that your child's murder(s) will come to justice .. God Bless you and your family .. always .. I will keep my eye out for updates :) With much prayer .. and Hugs to you and your family Brown family
Texas USA - Thursday, May 20, 2004 at 13:04:17 (PDT)
I am so sorry for your loss. Your daughter was a beautiful girl.
- Monday, May 17, 2004 at 13:57:08 (PDT)
I am an old friend of Christina..we go way back to the 5th or 6th grade. I was going through the net and stumbled upon a friends homepage that was linked to this website. Most of us dependents that were growing up with Christina back in Yokosuka have just finished our first year of college. I wish Christina was still here to experience prom, graduation, being a freshman in college....I honestly get so frustrated at the fact that she's no longer "physically" here. I still remember christina handing me her school picture (the one from 7th grade w/the blue collard shirt) and telling me goodbye because she was leaving for cali, and i was moving to Atsugi, We were standing infront of the new commissary parking lot, and she hugged me goodbye and told me to take care. And one day i was watching Larry King Live and I saw Mrs.Williams on TV..I thought I was dreaming..right after the show..people from yokosuka were calling me left and right..I was and still am crushed. Christina is an angel, and will always watch over us. Please know that NO ONE from yokosuka has forgotton about her! :) I miss her dearly.....
Jillee C. Opiniano (Jillee@gorebels.net)
Las Vegas, Nevada USA - Sunday, May 16, 2004 at 23:37:58 (PDT)
I am sorry to hear about your daughter. It just makes me feel weak. She was beautiful, but also looks like a very nice person. I'm glad to see you will never give up the search for information. Keep the Faith. God Bless You!
Janelle Garcia (ctshdw7@AOL.com)
Barstow, California USA - Saturday, May 15, 2004 at 07:38:02 (PDT)
Please update this website with the current happenings of the Williams family. How did the move to Florida go, back in 2001? How is the grandbaby coming along? How is everyone coping and healing with the loss of Christina? Those of us who were praying for Christina the whole time she was missing feel like we got to know you folks as an extended part of our "family". It would be nice to know what's happening with you all now and maybe see some pictures. Take care and God bless all of you.
- Wednesday, May 05, 2004 at 19:42:03 (PDT)
Last Year I had the privilege of riding with Mike Williams in the Ride For Missing Children in Utica, New York. He is an inspiration to us all, showing courage and compassion, wit and wisdom, and above all, hope, that we, as a force, can stop child abductions, and make our world safer, one child at a time. I pray for him, his family, and all the children out there that are still missing. God Bless You Mike, and I look forward to riding with you again on May 21, 2004. You truly are making a difference.
Julie Rees (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rome, NY USA - Tuesday, May 04, 2004 at 10:52:07 (PDT)
My dear friend has just lost her son in a car accident. I have a loss of words as what to say, but want to help so much. Do you have any advice? Also, I heard about the poem called A Child Loaned but do not know where to find it?
Carla Holmes (CarCarBoogie@aol.com)
Maple Valley, Wa. USA - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 at 19:42:28 (PDT)
I know what you are going through, I lost my second cousin Carlie in Feb 2004 to an animal who should have been behind bars, but of course the system failed us again. I try to stay strong, but I am constantly thinking of Carlie's last moments on this earth and I just wish I was there to help her. I share in your pain and as long as god is in our lives Christina and Carlie will always be in our hearts.
Lisa Cardone (email@example.com)
St. Cloud, Florida USA - Thursday, April 22, 2004 at 11:32:20 (PDT)
It was by accident that I browsed your site. I am deeply affected by what happened to your daughter. I too have two daughters. I hope the culprits be brought to justice. There is no amount of consolation can bring back your daughter but I do pray that God may continuously give your family the srenght and grace to withstand the trial, loneliness, and pain brought about by the incident.
j.r. relloso (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Naga, Philippines - Monday, April 19, 2004 at 00:56:51 (PDT)
well, everything in life is passing for change is the only permanent thing here on earth...
Jonalyn Dela Peña (email@example.com)
dumaguete city, negros oriental philippines - Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at 06:14:13 (PDT)
With time comes the healing of wounds
Christina Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Friday, April 09, 2004 at 18:37:36 (PDT)
Hello, i just stumbled across your web-site. what a sad story. it makes me sad to know that this kind of evil lives amongst us. but take comfort in this...even if our legal system never brings those responsible t
jackson, ga usa - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 13:31:47 (PDT)
Christina was the most wonderful girl in the world.But one day some one took her from my family.Soon enough that person that hurt her will be caught.It may not happen soon, but it will happen.We will always love her.She was number one,and she is still number one.Know one will ever change that in mine or any of my familys hearts. loving you always TO MY LOVING SISTER CHRISTINA MARI HIGGINBOTHAM DIED 10-22-1998 BORN 1-19-1983
SAN DIEGO, CA USA - Tuesday, April 06, 2004 at 16:27:22 (PDT)
i like to have my frends a rourd me it makes me feel better my mom died dember 30 and she was 32 years old.
judy kiernan (judy kiernancomcast..net)
michgon, ohio usa - Friday, April 02, 2004 at 18:56:26 (PST)
My name is Shannon and I moved to Monterey just days before Christina disappeared. My (then) fiance Edgar and I worked for KSBW-TV. I just wanted you to know that we still think about your family and check the internet from time to time to see if there are any updates in the case. We live in central Illinois now and have two children of our own, so your story resonates with us even stronger now. You are in our thoughts and our prayers and although we never knew Christina, we will never forget her. God Bless, Shannon, Edgar, Ethan, and Elisabeth Sandoval
Shannon Sandoval (email@example.com)
Pekin, IL US - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 23:30:13 (PST)
May god bless you and your family is happiness and joy. Sometimes the worst happens to good people, but i'm sure she is looking down upon you all, and wants the best for you.
- Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 15:38:46 (PST)
I remember when Christina went missing, I thought how young and beautiful she was. I also remember when her remains were discovered. Do not think that people have forgotten Christina. Stranger abductions are the hardest to solve. I am sure the FBI is doing everything in it's power to find Christina's murderers. We think that other people care about our children and forget sometimes that there are predators out there. It is so easy to think this is a normal world and, unfortunately, it is not. A young girl should be free to walk in her own neighborhood without fear. I am happy that Mark Klass is helping you. God bless.
Mary M. James (firstname.lastname@example.org)
umming, Georgia USA - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 13:11:21 (PST)
I am DK2CecilHigginbotham son.As you my now my sister was killed to i hop you and your family are fine god bles you!!! sorry, Cecil Higginbotham
san diego, ca USA - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 10:00:42 (PST)
I WIIL ALAWYS LOVE YOU BIG SISTER
SAN DIEGO, CA USA - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 16:49:19 (PST)
It never ceases to amaze me how God can take something that was meant for harm and turn it to good. God bless you and your family.
K Paige (email@example.com)
MA USA - Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 17:43:13 (PST)
I came acoss your site by accident. I was touched and saddened by it all. I cannot begin to conceive the heartbreak that must consume your lives. God Bless and keep the faith.
Chicago, IL USA - Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 08:18:41 (PST)
I am so sorry for your loss, your daughter is a beautiful person and I am sure that somehow she is with you everyday. I can't even imagine what this has done to you, I can only pray that each day will be easier. God bless you. Wayne
Wayne Thoden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kihei, HI USA - Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 00:01:51 (PST)
I am so sorry for the incredible loss your family has endured, but inspired by your faith and strength. Christina continues to touch lives such as mine, and will always be remembered. God bless your family.
Atlanta, GA - Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 21:23:30 (PST)
HELLO. MY NAME IS CRYSTAL. I WANTED TO TELL YOU THAT I HAVE KEPT YOU IN MY PRAYERS EVER SINCE THE DAY I SAW ON THE NEWS THAT CHRISTINA WENT MISSING. THE DAY I MET YOUR FAMILY, WAS AT BIG SUR... PROBLY BETWEEN 95 AND 98. IT WAS WITH SOME PEOPLE FROM SHINE CHURCH. MY AUNT MARINA SERRATO, AND HENRY SERRATO BOTH GO THERE. I WAS SURPRISED WHEN I MET YOUR FAMILY BECAUSE IF I DIDNT'T KNOW ANY BETTER, I WOULD HAVE NEVER THOUGHT YOU HAD LOST A LOVED ONE. NOW I CAN TELL YOU THAT YOU DON'T KNOW DEATH UNTIL IT IS SOMEONE VERY CLOSE TO YOU THAT LEAVES. THIS PAST CHRISTMAS, 2003, MY COUSIN JUNIOR COMIT SUICIDE. IT STILL FEELS LIKE HE'S HERE. bUT NOW I UNDERSTAND WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LOSE SOMEONE SO CLOSE. I UNDERSTAND YOUR PAIN, AND THAT IT'S IRREPLACABLE. I ALSO LEARNED THAT WHEN MY AUNT ELISA DIED IN 2000. AS A MATTER OF FACT, YOU WERE THERE TO COMFORT MY GRANDMA ALICE. I REMEMBER YOU TOLD HER THAT YOU KNEW WHAT SHE WAS FEELING. I THANK YOU FOR THAT. WE ALL MISS ELISA, AND WE ALL MISS JUNIOR... JUNIOR, ELISA, AND CHRISTINA ALL HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON. THEY ARE UP IN HEAVEN WITH THE LORD LIKE THEY OUGHT TO BE. BEST WISHES AND PRAYERS TO YOUR FAMILY. -CRYSTAL IRENE VALENZUELA
Crystal Valenzuela (email@example.com)
Riverside, Ca USA - Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 16:40:26 (PST)
Sorry for your loss...as you can see, my name is the same as your daughters..I am a police officer with the MAUI COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT and a mom of a great 9 year old boy. I would be devistated if I lost my son...I admire your courage..God bless and Aloha
Christina Marie Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kaunakakai, Hawaii USA - Friday, February 20, 2004 at 23:35:09 (PST)
I have just finished reading the most heart wrenching story(Cruel Sacrifice). My heart bleeds for you and your family and I hope that you have the continued strength to go on. I can only imagine the torment you must have gone through. I have a 12 year old daughter and held her very tight after reading the book.May god bless you and help you through the dark days. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Janet
Ridgewood, NY USA - Friday, February 20, 2004 at 12:18:28 (PST)
I stumbled across this site because of a news article in to days paper about a boy who found himself to a missing child and ifigured it wouldn't hurt to look through the pictures of missing children to see if I knew any of the face I can't imagein the pain you feel but just keep fighting know that your strength is helping someone else who is just begining theirs I hope they will find who ever did this I send all the love in the world
- Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 16:21:45 (PST)
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Williams, I don't quite know what to say here. From the day Christina went missing, she was all I thought about in an all consuming way (though not nearly as all consuming as what you went through, I know). I was driving home from work just after 3:00pm on January 13, 1999. I remember things as if they were yesterday. A song was on the radio as I started my car that I had not heard before. As I started my car, lyrics from a song I had not heard before came on the, "You are pulled from the wreckage of your silent reverie. You're in the arms of the angels May you find some comfort here." (“Angel” by Sarah McLachlan) It sent chills down my entire body. A profound sadness came over me and, though she wouldn’t be identified for another day yet, I had a very strong sense of just knowing that it was Christina whom they had found. I thought is was so appropriate that this same song was also played at her memorial service. My husband and I took that walk with you, the Loves, and the others, down the dirt path to see the spot where she lay those seven months. The poem that was left there (that Mr. Williams, I think it was, read aloud) was so beautiful. (Maybe you would consider posting it here on this website.) After helping search for so long, it was absolutely horrifying to know she had been in our own backyard all those months. (We lived in the student housing right there next to the site and where they were drilling.) It was also horrifying to realize we drove up and down Imjin many times a day and she was just right there. Upon one stop at the memorial site a few months later, I had the pleasure of meeting the girl (who was with the drilling crew) who found your beloved Christina. I think of Christina and your family often. I watch the news and keep wondering when we’re going to hear the news that there has been a major break in the case to bring those responsible to justice. We would also like to extend to you: Congratulations on your new granddaughter! We would love to see recent pictures of her. I’ll bet she is an absolute doll! We’d also love to hear how things are going for you since your move. God bless you and your family, Christina Prado
Anthony & Christina Prado (email@example.com)
Marina, CA USA - Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 14:01:31 (PST)
In 1998, it was Christina... in 2004, Carlie... but with Carlie the whole world saw it played and re-played on TV. Two sweet innocent girls. And this stuff keeps going on. Take care of your children and your families, folks. Read the other letters appearing in this Guestbook, and you'll find there are lots of GOOD people all across the land... we've got to look out for each other. And especially for our children. If you have kids, give them an extra hug. You don't (and I don't) ever want to have to go through what these families have endured. We all have our concerns and our worries, and they don't they all seem so very insignificant when you read and think about these cases?
- Monday, February 16, 2004 at 21:21:01 (PST)
My name is Julie anne nashoalook. That is my birth name. My father was Dale Solomon Nashoalook. All I know is that he was born and raised in Wainwright. He married my mother, Hermalee Coando approximately in 1970 or 69. They first had my brother in 1972. His name at birth was Austin David Nashoalook. DOB 11/20/72. My DOB is 9/6/77. I have always wanted to get in touch with my father's family,whom I have never met. My brother David has traveled to our father's homeland and met some relatives of ours. I on the other hand, have not. I feel as though part of myself is missing. Hearing from you with some information and personal response would be greatly appreciated. I want to find and get in touch with my lost family... please respond as soon as possible. With much love, Julie Anne Nashoalook
julie anne nashoalook (coando) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
snohomish, wa usa - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 01:36:20 (PST)
I am now so very afraid having two children of my own now not wanting to even let them out of the house. I came upon this site after reading the book "I know My First Name is Steven". It has truly changed my life. All of these stories have broken my heart. I have a voice and can make extra time. What can I do to make my community more aware? I must help. Sincerely, Jennifer McDiffitt.
Jennifer McDiffitt (email@example.com)
Oscoda, MI USA - Friday, February 13, 2004 at 04:56:11 (PST)
I had two daughters and a son that went to school with christina. I can remember praying everyday that she would come home to you. The kids did everything they could to help and when she was found cryed so very hard for you and her. We went to the church and it was so very hard. I want you to know that you and your family as well as christina are still very much in our hearts. I hope one day we can stand with you in court when we find this monster who hurt one of our babies. love always.
SEASIDE, CA USA - Wednesday, February 11, 2004 at 23:39:11 (PST)
I looked at the picture of your little girl and I thought to myself, how could someone be so cruel as to hurt one of GOD's Babies? I pray that the individual(s) responsible will be brought to justice and that the peace of GOD will remain in your hearts.
Jacqueline Young (firstname.lastname@example.org)
baltimore, md usa - Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at 17:46:35 (PST)
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Williams, I know that recent events have surely touched your hearts in a way that only parents who have suffered a similar loss can understand. I thought of Christina when I learned of Carlie's loss and I imagined that she was there to welcome her at heaven's gate. Who better to calm that sweet baby's fears than precious Christina. God bless you all, Dixie
Dixie Lawrence (email@example.com)
Slidell, Louisiana USA - Monday, February 09, 2004 at 19:21:03 (PST)
Mr. and Mrs. Williams: Christina has touched me personally. I want to tell you what your daughter has done for me. At the time of her disappearance, I was living in Elkhorn, CA, and about to move into a home in Marina on Albert Way on June 30. I had been living in the house for two or three days when the FBI, Marina PD and canine units surrounded our house. The authorities were looking for someone who had previously lived in the house when it was rented, who was believed to be in some Samoan gang and possibly connected to Christina's disappearance. I wanted so badly to help. A few months later, before Christina was found, I was driving to work in Monterey, southbound on Highway 1. I saw one of the men in the car that she was taken in. I looked over at him and pure evil looked right back at me. I looked at him and immediately knew that it was him and what he had done. In my entire life, I have never felt cold like that physically touch my spine. I didn't have a cell phone. I had a piece of paper and a pen, which I always keep in my vehicle. I wrote down every detail of what he looked like, what he was wearing, the car - everything I could take in. He passed me, and I sped up to get a closer look. He looked at me knowingly - right in my face - and knew that I recognized him or his car. He immediately sped wrecklessly through traffic and exited at Del Monte/Fremont. I lost him and found the first phone I could and called 911 who patched me through to the FBI. I reported everything I had written down. I was told that I described things about the man and car that weren't released to the public. I hoped that what I had provided was enough, but I knew in my heart that because I didn't have a cell phone that he had most likely gotten away. That day has weighed heavily on my heart ever since. The first thing I did that weekend was buy a cell phone. The first cell phone I purchased after that which had a banner (where you can program in what the screen looks like when you flip up the phone) now bears a single name that I see every day: Christina. People ask me why I have someone else's name on my banner and I tell them Christina's story. When I moved out to Phoenix, AZ, I began to get involved the community downtown. The heart of downtown is full of children just trying to survive drug wars and gang wars. I started mentoring inner city teens to keep them away from weapons, out of gangs and educated. The program is called Phoenix Youth At Risk. When people ask me why I immediately signed up for this program when I discovered it, I tell them Christina's story. She lives in my heart and in my life every single day. Today's news of Carlie being found in Sarasota, FL, made me weep again for Christina and every other family who has had to endure what you have. I had to write to you, somehow, today especially, and tell you what Christina has done. She is a positive force in my life to this day, she will forever live with me, and I will continue to honor her. I promise you that. Please feel free to contact me, or have authorities contact me if I can help in any way. All the best to you and your family. Marci Bratton
Marci Bratton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phoenix, AZ USA - Friday, February 06, 2004 at 21:23:24 (PST)
I hope that God will continue to bless your family and sustain you through the pain. I am praying for you.
Jessica Diaz (email@example.com)
San Jose, Ca USA - Friday, February 06, 2004 at 08:03:47 (PST)
I am so very sorry for the loss of your daughter. I have two children of my own, and they're nearly adults. I am so afraid for them, given the evil that people are capable of committing towards one another. I will keep you in my prayers, and I am most certain that Christina's light shines down on you from above and through you unto us. Evelyn P.S. Be strong!!!
Evelyn Jeffers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
South Hadley, Massachusetts United States - Thursday, February 05, 2004 at 19:03:29 (PST)
I am so sorry for what happened to your daughter and we are keeping you and your Family in our prayers! -God bless you-
Christina Michelle Williams (email@example.com)
Goldsboro, North Carolina United States - Wednesday, February 04, 2004 at 06:11:13 (PST)
Might I suggest the book "Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting" by Lynn Grabhorn. Ms. Grabhorn's use of "feelings" to solve life's questions both big and small is astounding! Essentially we are attractors of good and bad feelings so hence if we feel something will happen it will. I urge you to check the book out from the library and give it a read.
Fairfax, VA USA - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 09:37:16 (PST)
Dear Williams family-It's a true shame that these scumbags have not be found, but I believe time and God-fearing people will be their undoing. The Universe provides and it will reveal these Un-Godly beasts to you and they will pay.
Fairfax, VA USA - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 09:31:35 (PST)