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Drink coasters to serve up information on missing persons

Carmine James (C.J.) DeCrescente, President and CEO, DeCrescente Distributing Co. Inc., Mechanicville, holds one of many newly printed missing persons coasters that will be in area bars, taverns and restaurants in the area. Pictured behind DeCrescente is Bill Frear, father of missing person, Craig Frear, and at far right, is Doug Lyall, father of missing person, Suzanne Lyall. All were at a press conference at DeCrescente Distributing Co. Inc. on Thursday morning to kick off the coasters campaign.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Carmine James (C.J.) DeCrescente, President and CEO, DeCrescente Distributing Co. Inc., Mechanicville, holds one of many newly printed missing persons coasters that will be in area bars, taverns and restaurants in the area. Pictured behind DeCrescente is Bill Frear, father of missing person, Craig Frear, and at far right, is Doug Lyall, father of missing person, Suzanne Lyall. All were at a press conference at DeCrescente Distributing Co. Inc. on Thursday morning to kick off the coasters campaign.
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Craig Frear of Scotia has been missing for nearly 10 years, but time hasn’t made his absence any easier for his family. “It’s like it was yesterday. You never give up hope,” said his father, Bill Frear of Schenectady. Craig Frear — who was 17 when he walked into woods near his home on June 27, 2004, never to be seen again — will be among seven local missing persons featured in a new awareness ...


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