Parents Hope Fundraiser Brings Answers in Daughter’s Disappearance


WENATCHEE- The parents of a missing Wenatchee woman have organized a fundraiser to help them continue the search.

Sherrie Woodle and David Moore appeared on the NCWLIFE Channel to talk about their daughter, Jessie, who disappeared about two years ago. Police say the case has gone cold after exhausting all leads.

Sherrie holds out hope that Jessie can be found but she also suspects foul play.

“I believe that she has passed away, and I don’t know who is responsible for that but I know that some of the people she had been around are not the type of people you would want your daughter to be around,” Woodle said. “I don’t think there’s ever been an official suspect in the case.”

Woodle said police searched Three Lakes for her body but have found nothing, and have no evidence pointing to a suspect.

Jessie’s parents are now seeking the community’s help through a benefit auction coming up later this month.

“It’s going to be a silent auction, we’ve had a lot of people donate a lot of stuff,” Moore said. “We’re going to try to take the money and try to get more answers to find out what happened to Jessie– that’s the main goal with this.”

The auction is slated for April 22 at the Wenatchee Eagles at 2 p.m. The event will also have a chili dog feed. For more information visit the event’s Facebook Page here.

Sherrie and David are both thankful for the efforts of the Wenatchee Police Department and the ongoing investigation. Police say they welcome any information that could help the investigation.