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Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!

Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!

Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!
That day she placed a phone call.
She told her family she was at a hospital.
But the hospital records showed no evidence
That she was there.
It has been 16 years
Since her loved ones last saw her.
It has been 16 years
Since her loved ones last saw her.
Where is this missing mom?

Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!

Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!

Missing Person: Marion Gonangnan
Missing Since
Missing From
Fairbanks, Alaska
Endangered Missing
Date of Birth
12/17/1970 (48 years old current age)
Age when last seen
32 years old
Height and Weight
5’9, 144 pounds
Medical Conditions
Gonangnan has a history of drug abuse. She may have had an ectopic pregnancy at the time of her 2003 disappearance. An ectopic pregnancy is a life-threatening condition; the baby cannot be carried to term and surgery is necessary to save the mother’s life.
Distinguishing Characteristics
Native American female. Brown hair, brown eyes. One of Gonangnan’s ears is pierced 16 times and the other is pierced 17 times.

Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!

Marion Gonangnan was last seen at 9:00 P>M. on March 30, 2003. At that time, she walked out of her home. It was located on 21st Avenue in Fairbanks, Alaska. She never returned. Gonangnan told her teenage daughter she was going to the hospital to get examined for a suspected ectopic pregnancy. She did not want her daughter to accompany her. This is uncharacteristic of Gonangnan’s behavior.

At 10:30 p.m., Gonangnan called her daughter. She said she was at the hospital. However, hospital telephone records don’t show any call placed from there to the family’s home that day. She has never been heard from again.

Gonangnan had a history of dropping out of sight for a few days. So her children were initially unconcerned when she did not come home. There were several unconfirmed sightings of her in the neighborhood in the days after her disappearance.

In April, the Office of Children’s Services took custody of Gonangnan’s children. She was not reported missing until May 7.

Gonangnan has a history of residential instability and of abandoning her family. She has five children, three of whom were living with her in 2003.

Gonangnan was involved with drug abuse and prostitution. She had a violent relationship with her boyfriend, the father of her youngest child, in 2003. The boyfriend is not considered a suspect in Gonagnan’s disappearance, however: he was in jail the day she vanished.

Investigators initially thought Gonangnan had left of her own accord. They now suspect foul play in her disappearance due to the amount of time that has passed since anyone has heard from her. She has not been arrested since her disappearance, and she has not applied for a dividend from the Alaska Permanent Fund.

One of her associates, Mahogany Davis, was stabbed to death in May 2002. The murder remains unsolved and it is unclear whether it is connected to Gonangnan’s disappearance, which is also unsolved.

Find Missing Marion Gonangnan!

Marion Gonangnan has been missing for 16 years. Sadly, her drug addiction and other lifestyle issues may have contributed to her disappearance. But they may no. She reportedly called her family to say that she was at a hospital on the day of her disappearance. But why do hospital records give no evidence of this? What happened to Gonangnan when she placed that phone call to her family? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Marion Gonangnan? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) who may be involved in her disappearance?

Anyone having contact or information regarding Marion Gonangnan is asked to contact

Detective Coffey Alaska Bureau of Investigation
Fairbanks Police Department Missing Persons Clearinghouse
(907) 459-6500 In Alaska Only 1-800-478-9333 or
(907) 269-5058
You may call your local law enforcement.

NamUs Case Number: MP26377
Agency Case Number: 03-8305

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The above information is found on Marion Gonangnan’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.
The above image is courtesy of the Alaska State Troopers-Missing Persons Bulletin.


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