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----Noreen Anne Greenley --------- Missing Since: September 14, 1963 from Bowmanville, Ontario----------Clothing: Pink sweater, black jeans, white blouse, a dark blue change purse with $0.70 inside. Jewelry: Thin silver necklace with blue pendant. Case Number: 1963-2112 Details of Disappearance Noreen Greenley was last seen leaving her friend's home at 11:00 pm on September 14, 1963. She told her friend she was going to wait for the bus which stopped just across the street. The bus driver was interviewed and stated he did not pick her up. ------




I found out younger boy survived Yamnuska (entire hike). That is all I found out because hubby was too tired to write more than the fact that they survived.
As for myself, I took dad to the doctor at the Riverbend Medicentre, got mum to do my laundry folding while she was with me for a couple of hours, went and got bread plus gingerbread cookies and now it is too dark and creepy to go for my walk.
Will walk tomorrow. I returned some of my library books. One of them was returned and isn't showing up as returned so will call tomorrow. It's a TAL online book and they charge you big bucks if they don't get it back --like $90. I am very anxious when I read a TAL online book and return it days before they are due. Maybe I need to take the book's picture now?
So I was reading about the girl who was missing for decades and I went on the FB page to find out that there was some recent information on the case that the police are not following up on.
We need to spread this information so that the police follow up for the family:
https://www.facebook.com/Help-find-missing-Girl-Noreen-Ann…/
Help find missing Girl (Noreen Anne Greenley)
June 26, 2016 ·
This is a post I have long awaited to post and share with everyone...the Greenley Family has been sitting on a tip we received last September...the tipster of which we know his identity but will remain anonymous in this post...had contacted Crime Stoppers after viewing The Greenley Family on Rogers Talk Durham discussing the disappearance of Noreen...this individual also contacted us through Noreen's case profile by email on Unsolved Murdered and Missing People Canada...the Greenley Family has had ongoing communication with this individual ever since...we have heard their story of what happened to Noreen...they have given us quit a bit of information on the individual they suspect abducted Noreen and killed her...we have documented this information and have done some research on our own on the details they have given us...to see how truthful they are...this individual has been very cooperative with the investigating officer in Noreen's case as well...a lot of the information and details he has given to the investigating officer and us have been proven accurate and truthful...the tipster has stated that Noreen was picked up in a car at the bus stop and was later killed and buried in the trunk of the car...he has brought members of the Family to the location where they said she is buried in the car...although a lot of the details in this tip have been proven accurate it's still not enough for the police to dig...we are so frustrated and have been so patient with this tip to do things the proper way and let the investigating officers do their job...the tipster was even willing to tell the details of Noreen's abduction to the public on TV...we just want to dig where the tipster says she is and has showed members of our family...what's there to loose...nothing...either we find Noreen buried in this location or if not and she is not buried there well then our family can move on again and investigate once again previous leads we had in the case...why are we left hanging like this all the time...where is the compassion...my Aunt Shelley Greenley who is the youngest Greenley sibling has terminal cancer and maybe only has months to live...I don't want to loose yet another Sibling of Noreen's before we find Noreen...we just want to dig...what can we do?...I don't get it...we are told if we bring this out to the public that the police can be forced into digging...so help us raise some stink to force the police to dig and help us hopefully bring Noreen home...
‎Kelly Greenley‎ to Back To September 14th 1963, when Noreen Anne Greenley Disappeared
July 1, 2016 ·
I thought I would share the email with everyone that I sent to the Mayor of Clarington (Mayor Adrien Foster) in hopes for his further assistance and advice with the legalities of this dig for Noreen...the Greenley Family want to put it all out there for everyone in hopes it will help us Bring Noreen Home...
Attention Mayor Adrien Foster
In regards to this tip the Greenley Family has received with the disappearance of Noreen Anne Greenley...the tipster who will remain anonymous has worked with the investigating officer in Noreen's case and several details he has told to the investigating officer have proven to be truthful and he has been very cooperative with the Family and investigating officer...he has even been willing to go public on his story of what happened to Noreen and has even shown Noreen's brother and wife where she is buried...but even with this information the police won't dig...the investigating officer said if we bring it out to the public this issue that then it forces them to dig...according to the tipster her body is buried in the trunk of a car...the car and her body were buried together with a backhoe when they were re-doing and re-routing Durham regional road (hwy 57) in 1963..apparently Noreen's abductor was working at this site...the Family wants to know what we can do and what legalities do we have to look into to dig on our own...we have posted this information on our Facebook group and have received so much support and people willing to offer their services for free re (escalators) and such ....but we need to know the steps we can legally take and permissions obviously from the owners of this property...we were hoping the Mayor would have advice and help us...this would mean finally having closer after 52 years and bringing Noreen home or it could rule out this tip so we can move on again with our search...hope to hear from you soon...
Sincerely the Greenley's
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Noreen Anne Greenley 


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Above Images: Greenley
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance


Missing Since: September 14, 1963 from Bowmanville, Ontario
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 1950
Age: 13
Height: 5'1"
Weight: 99 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Race: White
Gender: Female
Distinguishing Characteristics: Scar on right knee, birth mark
on left knee, brown mole left breast, freckles on nose.
Clothing: Pink sweater, black jeans, white blouse, a dark 
blue change purse with $0.70 inside.
Jewelry: Thin silver necklace with blue pendant.
Case Number: 1963-2112
Details of Disappearance
Noreen Greenley was last seen leaving her friend's home at 11:00 pm on September 14, 1963. She told her friend she was going to wait for the bus which stopped just across the street. The bus driver was interviewed and stated he did not pick her up. 

Noreen and her friend Bonnie Wilkins had spent that Saturday evening bowling with Bonnie’s new boyfriend, Gary Woolner, at Liberty Bowl. Afterwards the teen went with her friends to a local restaurant before heading for Bonnie’s house at Waverley Road and the old Highway 2. But Bonnie wanted to be alone with her boyfriend, so Noreen left to catch the bus home.

A witness saw a young girl get into a small blue car and sit close to the driver at this time and location. He described the car as a 1957-1959 Ford Prefect in good condition. 

Noreen's sister Joyce Greenley, 12 then, said she was walking with friends that night when a car swerved by, almost hitting them, and she believes she heard Noreen’s scream before the car disappeared down Holt Road. Their father and older brother chased after the car without finding it. 

Noreen was a a middle child in a Bowmanville family of seven children. She worked at a gas bar in town at the time. Both her parents have since died.

More than 400 volunteers searched the area north of Hwy. 401 to Concession Road 3 for Noreen in the days following her disappearance.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Durham Regional Police Service
905-579-1520

Source Information
National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains
Durham Region.com



http://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/family-hopes-to-find-missing-teen-who-disappeared-in-1963

Family hopes to find missing teen who disappeared in 1963

Published on: June 6, 2015 | Last Updated: June 7, 2015 7:24 PM MDT
Noreen Greenley was only 13 when she vanished without a trace from Bowmanville, Ont., on September 14, 1963. More than 50 years later, her family is hoping an age progression sketch of Noreen at 65 by forensic artist Diana Trepkov will help them get some answers.
Noreen Greenley was only 13 when she vanished without a trace from Bowmanville, Ont., on September 14, 1963. More than 50 years later, her family is hoping an age progression sketch of Noreen at 65 by forensic artist Diana Trepkov will help them get some answers.COURTESY DIANA TREPKOV / CALGARY HERALD
Thirteen-year-old Noreen Anne Greenley vanished without a trace while waiting at a bus stop in Bowmanville, east of Toronto.
She was believed to be spotted in Calgary several months later, but couldn’t be located.
More than 50 years later, her family still holds out hope that she will be found. And they believe an age progression sketch will help garner fresh tips in the cold case and bring her home.
“We are never giving up hope,” said Kathleen Greenley, Noreen’s sister-in-law. “Of course, the family is still hoping she is alive.”
On Sept. 14, 1963, Noreen went bowling, ate out at a restaurant, and hung out at a friend’s house. At night, she went to catch a bus, but never got on.
According to a blog detailing the case, a neighbour saw a Ford Prefect or Renault vehicle with a man in a fedora behind the wheel near the bus stop around the same time.
The Bowmanville Police Department investigated the case with several searches, but they were unable to locate the teen.
An article published in the Herald on May 26, 1964, said investigators moved the search to Calgary after receiving information that she was seen in the Mount Royal area possibly “working as a domestic.”
Kathleen said Noreen’s parents flew out to Calgary to join in the search, but could not find their daughter.
Noreen Anne Greenley, 13, went missing on Sept. 14, 1963 in Bowmanville, Ont. She was believed to be spotted in Calgary shortly after her disappearance but was never found. More than 50 years later, her family is hoping they can find her alive.
Noreen Anne Greenley, 13, went missing on Sept. 14, 1963 in Bowmanville, Ont. She was believed to be spotted in Calgary shortly after her disappearance but was never found. More than 50 years later, her family is hoping they can find her alive. GREENLEY FAMILY / CALGARY HERALD
Homicide investigators reopened the case in 2005 in hopes of bringing the case back into the public eye, but no tips were received.
At the time of Noreen’s disappearance, she was as a girl of five-foot-two, 100 pounds, with a slight build and fair complexion, possibly with her hair dyed black, greyish-blue eyes and a patch of dark freckles on the upper right hand side of her lips.
Now, according to an age progression sketch, Noreen at 65 years old would have softer features, thinner lips, “but her eyes would remain the same,” said forensic artist Diana Trepkov, who drew the sketch.
“Gravity takes over. But your eyes will always follow you,” Trepkov said from her Ontario home.
Trepkov said she met the family in May when she participated in a walk they had organized to remember Noreen. She offered to do the sketch in hopes it will aid with the case.
“You can tell they’ve been through mental torture. I see their pain,” she said.
Kathleen says Noreen’s disappearance “absolutely destroyed the family.”
Noreen’s father died of an aneurysm several years after she vanished. Her mother “crawled into a bottle and was never able to pull herself back out,” Kathleen said.
Noreen’s three youngest siblings ended up in foster care because their mother could no longer look after them.
The youngest sibling, Shelley, is battling cancer and doesn’t know if she’ll live long enough to see her sister’s return.
Kathleen said relatives shed tears of joy and sadness when they saw Trepkov’s sketch, imagining how Noreen would look like now.
The family has created several Facebook pages to keep her story in the public eye, and also launched an online fundraising campaign to hire a private investigator.
“We’re trying to find her,” Kathleen said. “Noreen’s case is still open.”
cho@calgaryherald.com


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