To whom it may concern,
The Committee for Missing Children, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) Charity with offices in Lawrenceville, Georgia and Langenselbold, Germany. We have offered assistance to parents who have had their children abducted or go missing both domestically or internationally for over seventeen years.
We offer both counseling and financial assistance to parents who have suffered the loss of a child through abduction. One aspect of our assistance is the actual locating of the children. To do this we may have to rely on a professional investigator who specializes in child abduction and who has the resources and knowledge to assist in locating the abductor as well as the children.
Thomas Lauth, an investigator who specializes in missing children and adults, has been one of the most reliable and imaginative investigators we have found to date. Mr. Lauth’s experience with our organization, as well as work he has done for the National Center for Missing Adults, has proven to be invaluable in the locating of abductors and bringing children and adults home.
Mr. Lauth’s impressive list of successes as well as his passion for the “left-behind parent” makes him more than qualified to work in the area of child abduction. I would not hesitate to recommend Mr. Lauth lo any parent who has lost a child. T personally feel that it is Mr. Lauth’s feelings for the children that separate him from so many other investigators.
If there is a need for additional information about Mr. Lauth or his services please feel free to contact me at 1-800-525-8204.
David C. Thelen, CEO
Missing persons cases are incredibly painful. These cases have all the trauma of loss without the sense of closure that comes with a documented crime. Instead, they leave friends and family with sleepless nights and an impossible stream of “what ifs.” I wish I could say these cases are happening less frequently – but they aren’t.
Some of us feel like we are missing something in our lives and often we can’t even identify what it is that is missing. We seek for meaning or purpose in our lives; maybe faith or something spiritual, but we don’t know how to find it. A friend of mine that has great unfaltering faith was asked by a church-going Christian, “How can I get what you have?
One of the sad times you could encounter in your life is when you realize that you might have lost touch with an individual that use to mean a lot to you