Kathryn Kevern: Missing woman from San Diego left sad Facebook message FOUND

Kate Kevern

Update:  Kate has been found!  (happy dance)

Kathryn “Kate” Kevern, 53, was last seen 7:30 p.m. Thursday when she told a friend that she was going for a walk and would return in an hour, but Kate has not been seen since.

Kate left a sad message on her Facebook page 9 hours ago,  which would have been around 1:00 p.m.,  “jhwh – jobless, homeless, worthless, hopeless.”

Friends have seen her message and are reaching out to her.

Her message just before that one was, “Day One Comicon is in San Diego and people are in costumes.  I thought I was in Eugene! Vets gave me a balogna and cheese sandwich yesterday along with milk and an orange.  The soles of my feet are covered in blisters.  I forget–are you suppose to pop them or leave them alone?  Slept on a linoleum floor.  They wake you up at 4:30 at the rescue mission! jhwhK^2

News media said she was staying at 4792 Calle de Vida in the Tierrasanta area of San Diego County.    Before that she was living in Phoenix and working as an Admissions Advisor at DeVry University.

Her car has been found near the Mission Trails Regional Park.

Kevern is 5’6” tall, 130 pounds, with short brown hair.  She wears glasses and was wearing a white straw hat and full length green sundress.

A command post has been set up at Calle De Vida and Calli Dorado in Tierrasanta.

Kate, I hope you are alright.

If you have any information about her whereabouts, please call the San Diego police dept.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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