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In Loving Memory of Our Friend Lisa Thomas "Hopefully Community exposure and Public awareness about this case will bring forth the long overdo Justice for Lisa Thomas"

October 7, 2012 will mark the 38th anniversary of the day that my daughter Lisa Thomas' body was found murdered behind the Nanuet Mall.

Another year has passed and we still have no answers. Sometimes it's hard to believe that her tragic death occurred 38 years ago, yet most times its feels like yesterday. As I watched my beautiful 15 year old daughter go off to the mall to buy a blouse that day, I had no idea I would never see her alive again. Her murder remains unsolved and her murderer has gone unpunished.

I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to those of you who have kept Lisa's memory alive. For many years, I felt she was forgotten, with the exception of a few. Recently, I realized this is not true. I have read the messages on various web pages, and I am truly touched to know that not only friends have paid respect in Lisa's honor, but total strangers as well. Your thoughts, prayers and wishes have lifted my spirits.

I pray that anyone with knowledge of this crime will search their soul and find it in their heart to come forward. My only hope in life is to have Lisa's murder solved so we can honor her precious memory and finally lay her to rest. She deserves that and so much more.

Barbara Thomas

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NOTE: Barbara Thomas was a "Home Kids" Councelor at St Agatha in the 1970s

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