Frank Schilling

Updated June 17, 2015: The search for Frank Schilling has ended. Family of Frank Schilling announced this morning that “my father was found this morning wondering down the highway, a wonderful man picked him up and contacted law enforcement. He is now home safe with a few scratches but he is alive and home”.

SEARCH_ENDEDFrank Schilling is a retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer and Veteran of two wars who was last seen in the Waynesville, Missouri / Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri area on June 16, 2015.  Frank Schilling suffers from dementia and may be disoriented.  According to family members, The Pulaski County Sheriff Department has been actively searching for Frank Schilling, but had to call off the search on the night of June 16th as the tracking dogs which were brought in to assist had no luck in locating Frank Schilling.  The search will continue the morning of June 17, 2015 at 7:00 AM with the assistance of the Missouri Highway Patrol and the Local Fire Department.  A search from the air will also be conducted.

* This profile will be updated as we learn more information.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Frank Schilling, contact the Pulaski County Sheriffs Department at 573-774-6196



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