Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Jason Jolkowski now missing 6 years, Omaha, Nebraska


Mother Marks 6th Anniversary Of Missing Son
POSTED: 7:30 pm CDT June 9, 2007
UPDATED: 9:08 am CDT June 10, 2007
OMAHA, Neb. -- Kelly Jolkowski's son Jason disappeared six years ago. His parents last saw him outside his house on June 13, 2001.
"It's hard to believe sometimes, the time seems very fast,sometimes it seems very slow, you just can't believe you'd be in this position," said Jolkowski.
Next week, she'll mark the anniverary of her son's disappearence by remembering him with the families of other missing people.
On Wednesday June 13, 2007, Omaha Mayor Mike Fahey will declare the day
Omaha Missing Persons Day.
There will be ceremony at Memorial Park in Omaha. The Air Force Color Guard and bagpipers will be there.
The founder of the Cue Center, a nonprofit organization from North Carolina led by Monica Caison, which provides assistance for families of the missing, will be there as well.
Caison has included Omaha and the event as a stop on her national tour to
bring awareness to numerous missing persons cases. The tour will cover 2,400
miles, 22 stops in 11 states and 75 missing person cases.
The ceremony at Memorial Park will go from 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. If it rains, the ceremony will move inside to Holy Name Church at 2901 Fontenelle Boulevard.
Jolkowski founded Project Jason in her son's name. She now helps other families of missing persons across the country.

If you know anything about the disappearance of Jason Anthony Jolkowski, please call the Omaha Police Department at (402) 444-5657 or Omaha Crimestoppers at (402) 444-STOP.
Jason's website:
Jason's guestbook:
You can print a poster of Jason at

Jason is one of the missing people you can "adopt" through Project Jason's Adopt a Missing Person program. For more information, visit

Project Jason website:

For more information about the "Road to Remember Tour", including a schedule of stops, visit

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