Vigil for missing Eufaula family planned Saturday

A family from eastern Oklahoma is still missing. A vigil is scheduled for Saturday night in Eufaula.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: October 4, 2011 at 9:45 pm •  Published: October 4, 2011

— A vigil is planned for Saturday night on behalf of an eastern Oklahoma family that has been missing for nearly two years.

The Jamison family has been missing from Eufaula since Oct. 8, 2009.

The family includes Bobby Jamison, his wife, Sherrilynn, and daughter Madyson, 6. Their abandoned pickup was found on an oil lease in a rural area about 30 miles from their home on Oct. 17, 2009. Inside the vehicle was a small dog and a substantial amount of money.

About 100 searchers combed the area near Panola Mountain for several days after the disappearance.

The candlelight vigil is scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday at Posey Park in Eufaula.

Niki Shenold, leader and founder of a group called Find the Jamisons, said their mission is to raise awareness about the family to help find them.

“We are trying to get the message out nationally that they are still missing under suspicious circumstances,” Shenold said.

The group's Facebook page can be found by going to and searching “Find the Jamisons.”

Shenold can be reached at 532-9628 or at

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