Gina Bos, missing since October 17, 2000

Welcome to the GINA For Missing persons FOUNDation. GINA's mission is to educate the public by utilizing enterainment to create awareness and media attention for missing persons world-wide, and to offer a source of information to help people whose family members become missing. By opening their hearts and doors, those in the music industry and the sponsors who participate are promoting an ongoing effort of raising awareness. GINA was created in honor of musician Gina Bos, who disappeared from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 17, 2000 after a performance. Her case remains unsolved.

The Annual Squeaky Wheel® Tour - For over 20 years, GINA has produced and presented the Squeaky Wheel® Tour, a world-wide event consisting of talented musicians performing shows and profiling missing persons in their area. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 SWT® was held as a special one-day online event through Social Media on October 17, 2020. The Tour also commemorated The GINA FOUNDation's 20th year of searching for the missing.

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    How You Can Help...

    You can be a voice for the missing by sharing their flyers, holding events, and more.  Click here for more information on how to be of help.  You can also help by donating to GINA.  Your donations keep us going in our efforts to bring the missing home.

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    Not One Human Being... insignificant, faceless, or nameless. The whole world should feel a void if one of us is missing.
    - Jannel Rap, 2000
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    To Date...
    ...hundreds of missing people profiled collectively by GINA, GINA Artists, nonprofit partners, sponsors, media, law enforcement and families of the missing have been FOUND. Help us to increase that number - keep your eyes open, spread the word, and remember the Missing.

Help FIND the Friday Five

Each Friday GINA features five missing persons for a week.

Click on a photo or name to download or print a flyer to share and help FIND them!


You can help support our spotlight on the missing by donating HERE. Your donations help us to keep the stories of the missing active.

Stacy Ann Aragon

MISSING: July 20, 2005 - Gilbert, AZ

Dwayne Allen Chick

MISSING: July 25, 2005 - Rustburg, VA

Lisa Michelle Hatchell

MISSING: July 19, 2003 - Philadelphia, PA

Marilyn Renee McCown

Missing: July 22, 2001 - Richmond, IN

Melanie Renee Metheny

Missing: July 19, 2006 - Belle, WV

Featured Missing - Betty Lou Alexander

Take Action

What Can You Do to Help?
  • SHARE FLYERS: Print out a missing person's flyer and post it wherever you are going in the next week - school, church, work, a local store, the gym, a truck stop, etc. You can also share a missing person's page on Twitter and Facebook by using the Share buttons.
  • SHARE FLYERS AT AN EVENT: Print out flyers and enourage event attendees to take a flyer to post wherever they are going in the next week. Let us know you're doing this so that we can help to advertise your event and increase traffic for the missing person. This will be considered a GINA Event.
  • ADOPT A MISSING PERSON: We can assist you in finding a local person. Email us for help. If you have a web site, place a link to your missing person on your site. Enourage the visitors on your site to print out the flyer and post it wherever they are going or share it to other social media.
  • DONATE TO GINA: Your tax-deductible donation supports our many programs such as flyer distribution, support to families of the missing in their search, the Squeaky Wheel® Tour, and more. Click on the Donate button at the top of the page to find out more about how you can help.

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20 Years of Searching


GINA for Missing Persons FOUNDation
P.O. Box 627
Anaheim, CA 92815 (U.S.)

Phone: 1-657-216-2831

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