Missing: Joseph D'Aquisto Sr | Asheville, NC
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Joseph D'Aquisto Sr

BUNCOMBE COUNTY: Family members do not describe Joseph Paul D'Aquisto Sr. as an impulsive man. That is why his daughter, Lissa, does not believe that her father left on his own, without telling anyone what he was doing or where he was going. According to Lissa, Joseph left his home in Asheville on January 11, 2002, after he and his wife had a disagreement. He has not been seen or heard from since. Six months later, his truck was found in Tennessee off I-81 at a La Quinta. A security officer working there told Lissa the vehicle had been there for several months. She says her father knew the route well, using it to travel to New York when visiting relatives. Lissa says it is too painful to speculate about what could have happened to her father. But Joseph was an avid photographer who always had his camera and the night he disappeared, both his wallet and camera were left behind. Lissa says that whatever happened to her father, it happened quickly. He would have never left his camera behind and in fact, he had plans to take it into work the next week to take photos. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)

  • Last updated: January 27, 2020
  • Asheville, NC
  • January 11, 2002

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BUNCOMBE COUNTY: Family members do not describe Joseph Paul D'Aquisto Sr. as an impulsive man. That is why his daughter, Lissa, does not believe that her father left on his own, without telling anyone what he was doing or where he was going.

According to Lissa, Joseph left his home in Asheville on January 11, 2002, after he and his wife had a disagreement. He has not been seen or heard from since. Six months later, his truck was found in Tennessee off I-81 at a La Quinta. A security officer working there told Lissa the vehicle had been there for several months. She says her father knew the route well, using it to travel to New York when visiting relatives.

Lissa says it is too painful to speculate about what could have happened to her father. But Joseph was an avid photographer who always had his camera and the night he disappeared, both his wallet and camera were left behind. Lissa says that whatever happened to her father, it happened quickly. He would have never left his camera behind and in fact, he had plans to take it into work the next week to take photos. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)

Information

  1. Date Missing:January 11, 2002
  2. Age at Incident:60
  3. NAMUS Number:MP2242
  4. Race:White / Caucasian
  5. Gender:Male
  6. Height:71
  7. Weight:150
  8. Hair Color:Black
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