Help Find Rose Marie Gayhart | May 25, 2012 Press Release


MAY 25, 2012


Family of Rose Marie Gayhart still holds out hope
The family of Rose Marie Gayhart  Joins Forces with the CUE Center for Missing Persons

May 25,2012

Wilmington, NC – The family of a missing Cape Coral Florida woman continues to hold out hope that their loved one will be found one day and have contacted a non profit national organization located in Wilmington, NC which provides services free to families who suffer the lost of a missing loved one, with a plea for help.


Missing From: Cape Coral, Florida
Missing Since: 03/1985
Classification: Missing Endangered
Age at Disappearance: 23
Date of Birth: 02/08/62
White Female
Height: 5’2
Weight: 115
Hair: Dark Brown curly hair
Eyes: Brown
Distinctive Characteristics: Wears brown frame glasses ( May have been replaced),
Scars Marks, Tattoos: pierced ears, scar under chin, scar over eye. Chipped front tooth. Stretch marks from prior childbirth
Clothing: wears size 7 clothing and size 5 shoes

The CUE Center For Missing Persons has launched a website for her family which can be located at Tipsters can remain anonymous and can leave confidential information by clicking the form on her site. Visitors can also download a poster from her site and help by getting involved.

Anyone having information on Rose Marie Gayhart’s disappearance and or location please contact the Cape Coral Police Major Crimes Unit. (Florida)
Contact the CUE Center for Missing Persons on their 24 hour line (910)232-1687 or (910) 343-1131. Tipsters can also contact CUE through email at or on the web

In 1994 Community United Effort better known as the “CUE Center for Missing Persons” was founded to aid cases of missing persons nationwide; funded entirely by donations, and staffed by volunteers. CUE Founder Monica Caison, has dedicated her life to the plight of missing people; which is focused on finding the missing, advocating their causes, and supporting their families. Since its inception, CUE has helped more than 9,000 families in what is often the most confusing and desperate times of their lives.

Comments are closed.
%d bloggers like this: