A Truly Wonderful Organization – FOHVAMP



Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons (FOHVAMP) is a truly amazing organization – one that has continually helped us in our quest for justice for our daughter Morgan. They are a nonprofit out of Colorado, a tax-exempt organization under the Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service. Federal Tax I.D.# 84-1605076.

I know every dollar they receive is put to good use helping many, many families trying to find justice for their loved ones, just as we have been trying these past 4 years.  Please consider going online to their website’s donation page http://www.unresolvedhomicides.org/you-can-help/ and click to make a tax deductible donation – it would be extremely helpful to so many families trying to find justice for their loved ones.  Even a $1 donation, when combined with others, adds up.  Or if you like you can mail a check to:

FOHVAMP, P.O. Box 21602, Denver, CO 80221

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to let Kelly know.  Here is her contact information:

Kelly Fernandez-Kroyer, Director of Operations, Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons, Inc. [email protected]

Colorado has a backlog of over 1,800 unsolved murders dating back to 1970. The killers of these victims have never been prosecuted for these murders. They walk among us. They live in our neighborhoods. These murderers, who have escaped justice, pose a serious threat to the safety of every Colorado citizen.  Since 2001 FOHVAMP has advocated for the families of cold case homicide victims and persons missing under suspicious circumstances in Colorado. By bringing together families and friends united by a common tragedy, FOHVAMP mentors these individuals seeking justice for their loved ones.

I strongly believe if you ask enough questions you will eventually get to the truth of the matter.  There is not a case out there that can’t be solved – these families need resolution, and the public needs to make sure these cases are solved so these murderers no longer are allowed to reoffend.

We all love our families and want to protect them – solving murders, and stopping a killer will always make our world a little safer…and really who wouldn’t want that?

Thanking you in advance for making a difference.

2 thoughts on “A Truly Wonderful Organization – FOHVAMP

  1. Hi Toni and Steve,

    I just watched your episode on ID Channel and I’m shocked that Morgan’s case hasn’t been reopened – her being stalked before her untimely death should be reason enough!

    My heart goes out to you and your family. Stay strong!

    Thoughts and prayers from Denmark.

    • Thank you Sisse for writing in to me and thank you so much for your prayers. Yes, her stalking should have been enough BUT the very morning we found her body the sheriffs declared it was a suspicious death, they also said her stalker did not kill her (this was before any evidence was taken and before her autopsy – they did not want her death to be from her stalker), and called the Deputy Coroner out to our house to write up an order to an autopsy, which he did. Unbeknownst to us at that time was that the sheriffs gave the Deputy Coroner false information and the false information went to the pathologist who in turn decided she had died from natural causes. Then the sheriffs said there was no need for an investigation into her suspicious death – convenient, huh? The wrong manner of death that Garfield County stuck with for 8 months kept her from having an investigation.

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