Today marks the second anniversary of Bob Levinson’s disappearance. Tomorrow will be his 61st birthday.
From his wife Christine’s statement to the Sun-Sentinel Newspapers:
Today marks two years that my husband, Robert “Bob” Levinson, has been missing in Iran. Two years since our seven children and I last heard his voice, saw his warm, loving smile, and since we last hugged him hello or kissed him goodbye. After two years of constantly praying for his return, we continue to anxiously await word of his whereabouts. Bob disappeared on March 9, 2007, while on a business trip to Kish Island, Iran.Since that day, our family has been living a nightmare.
This has brought much darkness to our lives.
Our children and I have done everything possible to find out what happened to Bob and bring him home, but we still have no information.
The people and government of Iran have the power to help us find Bob and bring him home, and once again I ask, in the name of our seven children, son-in-law and two grandchildren, for their help.
Despite the lack of any information, we still believe Bob is alive and will someday be home with us. We will never stop looking for him, and we will continue to reach out to anyone who may be able to help us.
Tomorrow, March 10th, is Bob’s 61st birthday.
Today we are releasing a computer enhanced photograph showing what we think Bob may look like now, two years after he disappeared.
We hope that the media will publish this image of Bob, so people who have come into contact with Bob or seen him will recognize him and contact us.
We ask anyone who recognizes Bob or has any information to e-mail our website, email@example.com, or contact any U.S. Embassy or Swiss Embassy anywhere in the world.
In the past two years, our family’s grief has grown to despair. Bob has diabetes and a number of other ailments, including high blood pressure, hypertension, and gout, all of which require daily medication.
We greatly worry for his health and hope he is getting the proper care for his medical conditions, wherever he is.
Please remember Bob Levinson.
For more information – and what you can do to help, go to HelpBobLevinson.com