Date Missing: 12/26/2008
Missing from: Marshall,TX
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at disappearance: 48
Date of Birth: 12/31/1959
Height: 5’3 in
Weight: Approx. 240
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Hair (other): Some gray
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Identifying Characteristics: Small mole under left eye
Clothing: Navy blue pull on shirt with Harley-Davidson emblem on the front, Blue jeans and flip-flop shoes
Medical Conditions: Beverly has medical conditions that requires her to take medication daily.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Beverly was last seen at the Community Care Nursing Home in Marshall, Texas, where she was a resident. It is believed that she walked out of the facility and did not take any personal belongings with her.
Marshall Texas Police Department
Valentine’s Day is Beverly Meadows’ favorite day of the year, even more so than Christmas, according to her mother.
For Liz Lingenfelter, Sunday was a difficult day as she has received no new information about her daughter, who disappeared Dec. 26, 2008, from a local nursing home.
“It’s been overwhelming,” said Ms. Lingenfelter. “I’ve had no news in a long time. It hurts.”
Ms. Meadows was featured on the CUE Center for Missing Person’s Road to Remember Tour last year. The center was founded in 1994 by Monica Ciason and focuses on finding the missing, advocating for their causes and supporting their families. It is funded through donations and staffed by volunteers.
Ms. Meadows was 48 when she walked away from Community Care Nursing Home, 207 W. Merritt St. in Marshall. She would have celebrated her birthday five days later on Dec. 31. She has not been seen since.
She was described as a white female, 5-feet 3-inches tall, with graying black hair and weighing about 240 pounds.
She is believed to have left the facility wearing a blue T-shirt with a Harley-Davidson emblem on the front, blue jeans and flip flops.
Ms. Meadows was said to have suffered from asthma, diabetes and emotional problems and was required to take medication daily. She took no personal belongings or prescription drugs with her when she left the nursing home.
If you have any information pertaining to the whereabouts of Ms. Meadows, contact Lt. Patrick Clayton at 903-935-4546 or the Marshall Police Department at 903-935-4576. All after-hours calls may be directed to the MPD dispatch station at 903-935-4575.
“If anybody hears something, I certainly would like them to call me,” Ms. Lingenfelter said. She can be reached at 318-687-3653.
If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons using the contact form below or contact Cue Center at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tipline (910) 232-1687.
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.