Posted 5:16 PM 8/26/2012 : Blood drive to keep missing woman in public eye
TUCSON- The family of a Tucson woman missing for more than four years are keeping their hopes alive.
They honored Kay Read by holding a blood drive Sunday.
They hope someone with information about her disappearance steps forward.
The day also marks Read's 67th birthday, and her family thought what better way to celebrate than to donate blood.
Over fifty people showed up to donate blood in honor of Read.
"My sister would be in awe just to know that there are so many great people out there," said Mary Seagle.
Read has been missing for four and a half years.
"I know that somebody took her. Why? We don't know. Where she's at? We don't know," said Seagle.
To keep Read's disappearance in the public eye, the family works with the American Red Cross to host these blood drives in her name.
Read was a frequent donor with more than nine gallons of donations.
For more information on Read, click here.
For information on donating blood, click here.
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