Missing: Peggy Lammon | Beaver Island, MI
Missing

Peggy Lammon

Peggy was a passenger in a single-engine plane en route to Beaver Island (In Lake Michigan) from Battle Creek, MI. The plane disappeared from radar around noon when it was preparing to land on a landing strip on Beaver Island and were about 35 miles out, near the Leelenau peninsula when they went missing. No debris field was ever recovered. The plane held two couples-The pilot Tom Lammon (MP 22240), Peggy, Cathy Sears (MP 22205) and her husband, Ray Sears (MP 22204). Peggy was employed at the Kalamazoo County Sheriff Dept. as a control operator and resided in the Kalamazoo area. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)

  • Last updated: July 9, 2019
  • Beaver Island, MI
  • July 18, 1992

About

Peggy was a passenger in a single-engine plane en route to Beaver Island (In Lake Michigan) from Battle Creek, MI. The plane disappeared from radar around noon when it was preparing to land on a landing strip on Beaver Island and were about 35 miles out, near the Leelenau peninsula when they went missing. No debris field was ever recovered. The plane held two couples-The pilot Tom Lammon (MP 22240), Peggy, Cathy Sears (MP 22205) and her husband, Ray Sears (MP 22204). Peggy was employed at the Kalamazoo County Sheriff Dept. as a control operator and resided in the Kalamazoo area. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)

Information

  1. Date Missing:July 18, 1992
  2. Age at Incident:31
  3. NAMUS Number:MP22238
  4. Race:White / Caucasian
  5. Gender:Female
  6. Height:61
  7. Weight:125
  8. Hair Color:Blond/Strawberry
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