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Liz Chipman will be remembered by many as being a warm and loving person who fought for what she believed. She put her all into everything she did despite her medical problems. She affected many lives and is dearly missed.
Phillip Doyle (AKA Ranger) - January 24, 2008
Shirley Massey (AKA Masseypm) - June 30, 2008
Barbara Czapski (AKA Augwoman29) - February 17, 2010
Starla Willett (AKA Zoochild) - April 6, 2010
Sharon Gail Peterson - March 15, 2011
Lisa Hoskins (AKA SkylarsNanNan) - January 2015
Voices of the Lost
My name is missing, though I have a face.
My name is vanished, and I need a voice.
My name is lost; I yearn to be found.
I am but a number.
Though people have seen me,
Though people have heard me,
Though people have mocked me,
I am not acknowledged.
I am cold, depressed and lonely,
though I am surrounded by people.
My swollen eyes have looked on,
straining to see the sun rise on yet another day.
My parched, scarred skin speaks volumes
of the actions of the soulless.
People look onward.
Struggling to not recognize me.
I have prayed.
I have begged.
I have pleaded.
To be seen and heard.
As a human.
As a life.
As a person.
Is it for nothing?
You make the decision.
You disregarded us while we were here.
Will you let it happen yet again?
Think about it.
by Liz Chipman
in memory of the missing women in Vancouver,
January 20, 2002