About We Help The Missing

We Help the Missing, Inc. is a Domestic Non-Profit Corporation, 501(c)3 non-profit, which is comprised of a team of volunteers, investigators, bikers, motorcycle enthusiasts and others who selflessly dedicate themselves to investigating, searching, social media and media and other avenues, as possible, to locate missing persons and supporting the loved ones nationwide. It makes no difference the age of the missing person or how long the loved one has been missing. 
 

 

Who We Are

Our team is comprised of compassionate, dedicated persons, with many years of experience in the missing persons arena.  We have a full range of qualifications.
 
Our mission is to help locate missing persons and to support, guide, give comfort and hope to the families through this most difficult time and beyond.

We fully understand the pain these families go through when a loved one is missing and are very aware of the imminent dangers that a missing person may encounter.  Time is of the essence.  It is our belief that there is nothing worse than living in the "void of the unknown" and not knowing where to turn.  

We commit ourselves to providing every resource in our reach to help.    

 

Our Team

 

CEO / Founder - Marki Davis

Marki is a private investigative agent. She is licensed in Utah and Colorado.  Marki owns and operates A-Team Investigative Services.  You can find her on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ATeamPI/

Marki has a background in Criminal Justice and in 2010 she attended the academy to become the Utah victim's advocate for the US Department of Justice's NamUs program.  She is certified in Listening for Understanding, Crisis Management, and the University of North Texas' Missing Persons Protocol. 

Marki has been dedicated to helping find missing persons since 2005.  She has a strong compassion for the missing and unidentified. She has been on the board of directors of two previous missing persons organizations. This compassion extends to the families of the missing and to raising awareness through advocating for the missing   Marki has assisted law enforcement on many active and cold cases. Marki also specializes in Criminal Defense Investigations and insurance fraud. 

 

Secretary - Kimberly SANDER

Kimberly does not have a back ground in Criminal Justice. Nor does she know first hand how it feels to have a missing child. However, she has an immense amount of deep compassion and the ability to empathize with the missing person and their families that come to us for help.
 

Kimberly was born in Cheyenne Wyoming and mostly raised on ranches in several states. Therefore being somewhat protected from the evils of the world. So when she landed in Mesa Az. at 18 yrs old it was some kind of culture shock, to say the least. During her 7 yrs there, she was introduced to the faces of the missing and their often helpless loved ones, with expressions of defeat on their faces, not knowing where to turn for help aside from law enforcement. T
 

Years later, while raising her own 3 children, in the tiny little town of Cedaredge CO., Marki's team uncovered and aided in the bust of a human/child trafficking ring right there in her tiny little town where she thought was a "safe haven". So when asked to join our "WHTM" family, she jumped at the chance to help in any way she can.

 

Kimberly is a vital member who brings to us her compassion and willingness to help. 

Administrative Assistant - Cheyenne MCmicheal

Cheyenne is a student at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.  She is majoring in Criminal Justice and works full time while also interning with a CSI unit.   She will be an asset to any endeavor she puts her mind to.  

 

President - Dave Wolfskill
Dave is the husband of Linda Wolfskill, father to two children and grandfather to several more. Dave is a private investigator.  Dave graduated from Sundance High School in Wyoming.  After leaving high school, he attended college at Sioux Falls College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He attended there to earn a degree in sociology.  He returned to Upton, Wyoming to begin a career in law enforcement.  Eventually, he worked for both the Crook County Sheriff and the Laramie County Sheriff.  Dave has been a rancher throughout all of his years settling on the family ranch near Hulett, Wyoming. 
 
Dave has worked for both Continental Investigations and for his own company David Wolfskill Investigations as a private investigator for over 14 years.  Dave is an independent contractor that works  to provide essential services in the area of criminal defense, juvenile delinquency, accident investigation, client communication, and much more. Dave has provided services for the law firm of Rena Hyman, PC since its inception.  The law firm appreciates the work and dedication Dave provides in serving it.
 
Since 2011, Dave has worked with professionals throughout the nation to recover missing people.  The current organizations in which Dave is involved is We Help the Missing, Joint Trafficking Intervention and Prevention Systems.  Dave works at recovering those who are lost and educating others who could prevent such horrible circumstances.  He also is involved with Vocations for Orphans. You can find Dave on his Facebook business page at: https://www.facebook.com/davidwolfskillinvestigations/
 

Vice President - Rena Hymans, PC - Board Chair and Corporate attorney

Rena is a lawyer since 1997.  Rena has a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in Business Administration.  She got her Juris Doctorate degree and was admitted to the South Dakota State Bar in 1997. She also obtained her memberships into the Nebraska, Oglala Sioux Tribe and Rosebud Sioux Tribe bar associations.  You can read more about Rena  on her website at www.renamhymanspc.com

Board Members

Angie mefford board member and Page director

Angie knows firsthand how scary and helpless it can feel when a loved one goes missing. Her own child went missing several years ago and she believes that We Help the Missing was instrumental in safely locating her child and provided much needed support during such a terrifying and difficult time. She now volunteers and does her best to pay it forward. It is important to her that no one ever feels that their missing loved one is not a priority.    
 

Angie is a full time student and will graduate from the University of Wyoming with a bachelors in psychology and a minor in criminal justice in the spring of 2017. She then plans to complete her masters and become a counselor. She is also an active member of the National Society of Leadership, the APA and the SCLA Honor Society.    
 

She owns her own public service business, works part time as a substitute teacher and is also a sworn court appointed special advocate for children within her community. She is married and is raising three teen children whom she credits for providing the strength and encouragement that fuels her desire to make a positive difference in the world.    

Angie is a real "go-getter" we value her vast contribution to We help the missing.  If we could clone her we would!   

 

Bleu Petty - Board member and Family support director

Bleu works in the hospitality arena in Phoenix, Arizona.  From her own words she stated, "I help the missing because I know firsthand what it’s like to have a child missing. My daughter has been running away from home since the age of 13. She is now 18.  At times I felt so alone and lost and didn’t know what to do. Then I found an organization that helped others in my situation. I never felt alone after that. I never knew how many families go through this devastating situation until it happened to me. I want to help others through this because I understand what they are going through. I want to help bring some sense of relief that they do not have to go through this alone and that there are others that understand what they are going through and that they have a shoulder to lean on whenever they need it."

She is a loved and valued member of We Help The Missing with great compassion and insight into missing persons.  

 

Kimberly Collis board member and SAR co-director

Kim is a private investigator with A-Team Investigative Services. She has been a member of Red Rock Search and Rescue since 2015. After the disappearance of a local teen, Macin Smith, a division was formed in the St. George area to help search. She spent the next year and a half studying and attending every training class she could get her hands on to prepare for her NASAR SARTECH II certification ( a national search and rescue certification that consists of written and practical exams to ensure that you are knowledgeable in SAR skills) Kim has a strong desire to help others and bring families together. She and has taken multiple courses to expand her knowledge, such as social media investigations, wilderness and psychological first aid, search tactics for persons with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Autism, and Mental illness. In June 2017 she attended a 3 day man-tracking course from Fernando Moreria’s Professional Tactical Tracking school where she became a POST certified Basic Tracker. Her latest accomplishment was a wilderness survival trip where, alone, she had to build a shelter, start a fire without matches, collect water from the local vegetation, and attempted to catch her own food.

To relax, Kim enjoys crocheting hats for the homeless, making soap, creating custom blend makeup, and getting the gold! Kim and her childhood sweetheart and husband of over 20 years, make a great gold prospecting team and love finding gold and exploring new areas!

With Kim's expertise and compassion we are very glad to have her on our team as she contributes greatly to our cause.  

 

Pat MCManus

Pat McManus owns Allegiance Investigators in Sioux Falls, SD. He started his career as a police officer in Beresford, SD then moved to the private sector spending several years as an Asset Protection Manager for Target Stores and Lewis Drug. During this time he developed an intense interest in interviewing and interrogations which he is fortunate to be able to use investigating criminal and civil matters for retail stores, insurance companies, law firms and private individuals. He caught the “fever” for locating the missing when he was asked to find a young addicted man who had disappeared five years earlier while living on the streets in Seattle, WA. Pat felt lucky to be able to find the person and notify the family he was safe and would be coming home in the next few days. Working with We Help The Missing (WHTM) gives him the opportunity to learn and participate in this kind of work with a group of dedicated professionals here at WHTM.

 

 

Alexa Althoff

Alexa  is an internationally published journalist and radio show host who currently lives and works in the Black Hills with her husband and two dogs. Since she was young, uncovering the truth and "getting to the bottom of things" has been a passion. She holds a degree in Psychology from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, and has worked in the broadcast, newspaper, and digital-media industries."

Alexa brings with her exceptional talent to assist in finding missing people.  We are excited to have her. 

Vicki Brakel

Vicki knows first hand the emotional toll a missing loved one can have. She had a child go missing and she had no idea where to start. Emotions took over, and through a long period she was able to find her child. Now she wants to help others that have been where she was. She also had a good friend go missing not to long ago and was able to help organize with a SAR team. She has a passion to help others not feel they are alone and help bring their loved one’s home.

Vicki jumped on board with passion and eagerness.  We are glad to have her. 

case liaison - kay nolan

Kay Nolan is a student attending Ohio University Southern and volunteer advocate for We Help the Missing.  She been a volunteer advocate for the missing for almost seven years aggressively every day from her home state of Kentucky, my neighboring state of Ohio, as well as other states.
 
She first started volunteering for a non-profit organization for children, ages eleven through sixteen.  With this organization, she received ALS Crisis training which included the steps to take in the event a child went missing.  Being able to follow protocol is essential in getting a child found safe and effective in the search for the missing.

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