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Shattered Lives: Searching For the Missing with Robin Moore and Chuck Elgin

SHATTERED LIVES with Donna R. Gore, “LadyJustice”

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Donna R. Gore, LadyJustice, Shattered Lives

Special Guests: Robin Moore and Chuck Elgin talk about search and recovery methods used in searching for the missing.

Since her opportunity to present to the attendees at the CUE Center for Missing Persons National Conference in March 2012, Donna Gore has a new perspective of the world of missing persons.  She has had others that she met at the conference on past shows, and is delighted to share with her audience two more who have devoted their lives to searching for the missing.

Robin Moore

Robin Moore’s true passion is working with Search and Recovery Dogs and volunteering services to those in need. She is the founder and captain of Cumberland K9 Search and Recovery Team, a non-profit organization specializing in human remains search and recovery.   Cumberland K9 SAR works closely with federal, state, local and volunteer groups in an effort to reunite families and loved ones through the use of search and recovery dogs.

She is also the Tennessee State Outreach Coordinator for the CUE Center for Missing Persons and the recipient of their 2012 Keeper of the Flame Award.

When not working with her dogs, she also volunteers with  local volunteer fire department as a state licensed First Responder and Extrication Technician.

Chuck Elgin

Chuck Elgin is the Chief of North Carolina Underwater Response Team and is a certified scuba instructor as well as a fire fighter.  He has 23 years of experience with sonar equipment used in underwater search and recovery efforts. He has served as a member of law enforcement, as well as Operations Chief in the county EOC.

Elgin has been on over 1000 missions aiding in the search and recovery of missing persons and has been a volunteer for CUE Center for Missing Persons for the last 12 years, presenting and educating at their National Conferences. As a Certified Incident Command Instructor, Elgin brings his 25 years of experience and offers even more hope to the families of the missing that their loved ones will be recovered.

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