Thomas Pendleton Drew is a World War II Veteran who was last seen at his home in Salisbury, Connecticut on July 21, 2007. Thomas Drew has limited mobility and walks slowly making frequent stops, Thomas Drew suffers from dementia and has trouble communicating with others. Thomas Drew had a part time caretaker at his home on the day he went missing. The summer of 2007, and possibly due to his medical issues and physical condition, Thomas Drew was not known to travel more than 10 feet from the back door of his home. Sometime the evening of July 21, 2007, Thomas Drew left his house either on foot or was given a ride in a vehicle.
Thomas Drew served in World War II and later became a fashion designer in New York City. Up until he went missing, Thomas Drew was the Deacon of the Salisbury Congregational Church. Thomas Drew also volunteered at the Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School.
Thomas Pendleton Drew was 91 years old when he went missing in 2007. Thomas Drew is 5 feet 4 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed approximately 125 to 135 pounds at the time he went missing. Thomas Drew has gray or partially gray hair and blue eyes. Thomas Drew has dark brown moles on his chest, back and arms. He also has a surgical scar on his right arm and a fatty lump on his lower right arm that fluctuates in size. When Thomas Drew was last seen, he was wearing a maroon sweatshirt, blue jeans, hip length jacket and white socks with white athletic shoes. Thomas Drew was also wearing a watch with a white face and a brown leather strap.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Thomas Pendleton Drew, contact the Connecticut State Police – Troop B at 860-824-2500 reference case # CFS 0700292668. (NamUs MP # 378)