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Texas EquuSearch Traveling to Memphis, TN to help find Missing Rodney Frazier

Texas Equusearch will be lending a helping hand in the search for 58 year old Rodney Frazier. He has been missing since November 20, 2006.

Texas EquuSearch will be traveling to Memphis Tennessee in search for Mr. Rodney Frazier, missing since November 20, 2006. We will be concentrating the search in the Mississippi River using sonar equipment. Please keep these searchers and this family in your prayers. (TES)

National Center of Missing Adults

The circumstances of his disappearance are as follows:

Unknown. Rodney was last seen leaving his residence at approximately 8:30am in the vicinity of the 1700 block of Peabody Ave. in Memphis, TN. His vehicle, described as a white 2002 Dodge Caravan, was found later that day abandoned on the I-40 bridge in the eastbound lane. Rodney has a medical condition and needs medication.

Frazier has a history of mental illness and depression, according to his family. He went missing in March for a day but returned shortly after police filed a report.


Classification: Endangered Missing Adult
Date of Birth: 1948-07-17
Date Missing: 2006-11-20
From City/State: Memphis, TN
Missing From (Country): USA
Age at Time of Disappearance: 58
Gender: Male
Race: White
Height: 75 inches
Weight: 220 pounds
Hair Color: Gray
Eye Color: Green
Clothing: Long sleeve blue jacket, navy blue sweater, green dress pants. \

Missing Man’s Car Found on Hernando-Desoto Bridge

Frazier’s white, 2002 Dodge Caravan was found abandoned on the Hernando-Desoto bridge Monday morning. Marty Lipinski, Frazier’s brother-in-law says Frazier never made it to work that morning, and when he didn’t come home in the evening Frazier’s wife called police.

January 25th, 2007 at 01:05am Posted by | Medical Condition, Missing, Missing Adult, Texas Equusearch, The National Center of Missing Adults | no comments

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