Family, Friends Gather to Remember Springfield's Missing Women

(Springfield, MO) -- Thursday marks 20 years since the disappearance of  Stacy McCall, Suzie Streeter and Streeter's mother, Sherrill Levitt.

The three vanished from Levitt's home on East Delmar some time between 2:30 a.m. and dawn on June 7, 1992. The search for them has never stopped.

Thursday morning, families of the women gathered with friends, law enforcement officers and members of the community to remember the women and encourage anyone with information to come forward, even after two decades.

The candlelight vigil Thursday morning brought together those who loved them, those who searched for them and those who've worked to solve the mystery of their disappearance, at the Victim's Memorial Garden at Phelps Grove Park.

"We're just grateful to this community for coming out here and still remembering them," says Sarah Beeson, Streeter's cousin. "It's just, it's therapeutic to come out and talk about them."

"She loved life and she loved people," said Janis McCall, Stacy's mother. "She loved children, so I know wherever she is, she is surrounded by children and has that loving feeling."

KOLR/KOZL's Special Coverage of the 20th Anniversary Here

Janis and Stuart McCall talk about Stacy

Deb Schwartz, Sherrill Levitt's sisters, thanks the community
for remembering her sister

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