Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Woman uses billboard to find missing father
A South Carolina woman continues a search for her father that has lasted over a decade. 44-year-old Lissa Felzer has purchased a billboard near Northeast State Community college. That is close to the hotel where her fatherís truck was found months after he was reported missing in 2002. Joseph DíAquisto disappeared from Buncombe County where he went for a drive and was never seen again. Although her fatherís St. Christopher medal, baseball cap, and glasses still inside. Felzer says her fatherís bank account and credit cards have not been touched since he vanished. She canít say for sure if her father is alive or deceased but hopes to find him either way to bring closure to the years long search. Felzer did put up a similar billboard in Asheville in an attempt to get leads in her fatherís case. (CC)

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