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For the seventh year, Missouri Missing co-founder Marianne Asher-Chapman is continuing her Christmas tradition of honoring missing people and those found who are no longer with us.

It started with Asher-Chapman putting up a Christmas tree in her Holts Summit home and making cookie ornaments. There are now two trees.

Through Sunday, Asher-Chapman will take requests for those who want their loved ones remembered with an ornament on the tree.

To make a request, email [email protected].

Requests come from across the nation, and Asher-Chapman said she honors each one.

Missouri Missing is a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving missing people a voice and establishing a support network for their families and friends.

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