Before the Ely, Nevada news broke, the Cox family and Susan’s friends in Utah and Washington were in the midst of planning a “Honk and Wave” campaign to remember Susan.
Here’s a statement from Chuck Cox, Susan’s father, about this. It was first posted to the Friends and Family of Susan Cox Powell Facebook page on Wednesday of this week:
From Chuck and Judy Cox and family:
We wish to thank all of you that continue to look for Susan and that have provided loyal support to our family. We continue to pray for Susan’s safe return, and to prepare ourselves for the worst. This Saturday August 20, 2011 we are planning a small flyer campaign to remind the public that Susan is still missing, and to refresh their memories of what she looks like.
We continue to have confidence that the Police are doing all they can. Please feel free to join us in passing out flyers and reminding friends and acquaintances about the case and that we still need everyone’s help. The flyers will be located at 176th and Meridian in Puyallup, Washington and at 5600 West and 3500 South in West Valley City, Utah.
Here in Utah, we will be waving and holding signs for Susan from 11am-3pm. We would love to have anyone and everyone drive by, honk and wave to show their support, and even stop and meet us so we can thank you in person.
Here is a PDF file, graciously provided by FOX 13, of the 4-per-page fliers. Please print some off and distribute them to your friends, family, and acquaintances no matter where you live. Together we will FIND SUSAN!