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Kathy Gloddy, Murdered November 21, 1971

Today makes 48 years since my sister Kathy was murdered. Her case is still unsolved. I know too many people that can say the same thing, they too, wait for the day when someone will say to them, case solved.

Whether a case is solved or not, the fact is, our loved one was murdered. The pain of that is severe, cutting through one’s very soul. We manage the pain the best way we can, and everyone does it differently.

One day, I hope to write about Kathy’s case being solved. But if it’s not, I will continue to persevere and exalt her in any way I can. She deserves to be honored.

I will always miss Kathy. My love for her will be forever. No matter what the future holds, we will always be eternal sisters.

I love you, Kathy.

4 thoughts on “Kathy Gloddy, Murdered November 21, 1971”

  1. Such a beautiful post Karen.

    With much thought today,

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    Susan L. Tasker, Ph.D., CCC
    Associate Professor, Counselling Psychology
    University of Victoria, BC
    Canada

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  2. My sister was murdered too, and still unsolved also, I’m not a writer but I have been following you for years now. I feel your sorrow. I was very close to my sister and miss her so much. I hope you find justice. Your sister has always looked so familiar to me. I don’t know why as there is no way we could have ever met. But I do feel as if I knew her somehow. Thank you for sharing yourself and your sister with us through your writings xx.

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