Posted: Jan 3, 2013 6:00 PM by KXLF
Updated: Jan 3, 2013 6:03 PM
A Facebook page is helping to organize volunteer searches for Tammy Salle, the Anaconda woman who has been missing for more than a week.
The page called "Help Find Tammy Salle" was created the day after Salle was reported missing. Laurie Curry of Anaconda said she created the page to bring comfort to Salle's two daughters, Kailyn and Krystal. Curry wanted them to see how many people loved their mother, she said.
The Facebook page has brought the community closer gathering over one thousand likes, according to Curry. Two volunteer searches have been organized on the page. People across the United States have visited the page. Curry said she was overwhelmed by a comment she read from an individual in Connecticut.
"They had stated even considering the amount of shock that their state is going through right now with the tragedy that they have suffered they still needed to take time out to let us know that they are thinking of us in regards to Tammy," Curry said.