Tammy Kingery | Husband holds out hope that missing wife will be found


Days after 37-year-old Tammy Kingery went missing, crews and volunteers came together to search for the beloved wife and mother of three. Friends, family, and even strangers combed the Edgefield woods, but found nothing.

Kingery was last seen on September 20th. Her husband, Park Kingery, recalls that she was not feeling well that day, so he picked her up from work, and she was resting in bed when he left the house. When he returned his wife was gone and a note was left stating she went for a walk. Known for having depression, there was immediate concern for Kingery.

Nearly six months have passed since that day, and there are still no indications of what happened to Kingery that day. Her husband shared with The Means Report viewers how their family is coping without their wife and mother. Park Kingery also addresses the frequent assumption – portrayed by television shows and media – that the spouse is to blame and shares his hopes and fears of what the future may hold.

If you know anything, or have seen Tammy Kingery, you’re encouraged to share that information with the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office. A special email address has been set up for tips that could help investigators: findtammy@edgefieldcountysheriff.org. You can also call 803-275-7608 with any information. The smallest detail could help!

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