Updated June 3, 2015: The search for Jerry Kent Boyer has ended. The Portland Medical Examiner announced today [news link] that the remains found in the backyard of Mr. Boyer’s home on June 2, 2015 are that of Mr. Boyer. Rest in Peace Sir..
Jerry Kent Boyer is a U.S. Coast Guard and Army Veteran who has not been seen since December 24th, 2014. Jerry Kent Boyer has been a member of the American Legion Post in Northeast Alberta for 30 years and for the last two years, Jerry Kent Boyer has been going to the American Legion Post every night. When he did not show up two nights, members of the American Legion decided to go check on him at his home.
When they arrived at his home, they found his Doberman (dog) outside looking as if she had not been fed for a few days, the back door to his home was unlocked, keys were on the counter and all three of his cars, to include his prized red convertible mustang, were all parked in the driveway.
Jerry Kent Boyer was reported missing on December 29, 2014. Jerry Boyer is 82 years of age, a white male, 5 feet 4 inches tall weighing approximately 150 pounds. Jerry wears glasses and is generally in good health with some signs of dementia.
Jerry Boyer graduated from the University of Oregon in 1958, joined the Coast Guard and then the U.S. Army. He went to Germany as part of the occupation force after World War II.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Jerry Boyer, contact the Detective Heidi Helwig with the Portland Police Department at 503-823-0797 if it is an emergency, dial 9-1-1. Detective Helwig can also be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Portland Police Bureau, June 2, 2015: : http://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/news/read.cfm?id=6237&ec=1
Portland Police Bureau Missing Person Page for Jerry Kent Boyer: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/news/read.cfm?id=5791&ec=1