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Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky!

Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky!
Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky!

Find missing Peggy Dianovsky!
She is missing from the home
Which she had shared at the time with her husband and children.
He claims that she had left voluntarily.
But what actually happened?
Where is Peggy Dianovsky?

Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky!

Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky! Peggy Dianovsky has been missing since September 12, 1982. She is missing from Schauburg, Illinois. Peggy Dianovsky is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1954. At the time of her disappearance, Peggy was 28 years old. Her current age is 64 years old. Peggy Dianovsky is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’6″ tall and 125 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown.

Peggy has a birthmark on her right buttock. She wears eyeglasses. When she was last seen, Peggy was wearing a white sweater, a beige blouse, blue jeans and a gold wedding ring with a diamond solitaire.

Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky!

Peggy Dianovsky was last seen in her home. It was located in the 200 block of east Kingsport Drive in Schaumburg, Illinois. This incident occurred on September 12, 1982. She shared the residence with her husband, Robert Dianovsky Sr., and their three young sons.

The Dianovskys were involved in a contentious divorce. They were also involved in a custody battle in September 1982. Both sides accused the other of infidelity. And the couple often had violent quarrels.

Robert maintains that Peggy left their home voluntarily. He claims that she took a bag of clothing with her when she vanished in 1982. Robert reported his wife missing five days later. She left her yellow Chevrolet Nova behind. And she never picked up her last paycheck from her employer, Dominick’s.

Blood was found spattered at the top of the stairway in the Dianovsky home. But none of it was ever collected for analysis. Robert admitted to striking Peggy hard enough to make her bleed. And he stated this was the source of the stain. He denied having killed her, however.

Robert moved to Arizona sometime after 1982. And he remarried. He was charged with Peggy’s murder in 2003. Their three sons went to the police in 2002. They did so after tape-recording a conversation with Robert where he made suspicious statements about Peggy’s disappearance.

One of the Dianovsky children claims he witnessed his mother’s murder. And all three of them say they saw Robert abuse and threaten Peggy. They claim they repressed their memories of the alleged incidents and recovered them in therapy sessions as adults. One of Robert’s friends also testified that Robert asked him for a gun in 1982 to “get rid of” Peggy.

The trial took place before a judge rather than a jury. The judge acquitted Robert after an eight-day trial in November 2004. He stated he believed Peggy probably had in fact been murdered after her disappearance. But there was insufficient evidence to prove that Robert did it.

Peggy has not been located, but foul play is suspected in her case due to the circumstances involved.

Find Missing Peggy Dianovsky!

Peggy Dianovsky has been missing for 36 years. Her husband, whose behavior was suspicious from the start, claims that she left of her own accord to start a new life. But, obviously, no one else believes his story. It’s unclear why he was acquitted of Peggy’s presumed murder after having been charged and convicted. It hardly seems that justice was done. And he cannot be tried again, because of how the laws are written. Where is Peggy? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Peggy Dianovsky? Do you have any information about her husband, Robert Dianovsky? Do you have any information about anyone else who can be responsible for her disappearance?

Do you have any information? You may contact the Schaumburg Police Department at: (847) 882-3586. You may call 9-1-1
or your local police.

Agency Case Number: 82-26578J
NCIC Number: M390840562
NamUs #MP9692

Peggy Dianovsky has a Doe Network profile. Click here to view it.
Peggy Dianovsky’s sister wrote an article about her Click here and learn more.
This article is about the murder charge filed in Peggy Dianovsky’s case after she reached her 20th annual missing date. Click here and learn more.
“Times’s Up!” is about Peggy Dianovsky. Click here and learn more.
Peggy Dianovsky has a lengthy, detailed Tapatalk.com profile. Click here and learn more.
The above information is found on Peggy Dianovsky’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.
Peggy Dianovsky has a NamUs profile. The above images are courtesy of this profile. Click here to view it.


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