Jully Braz Missing – She was last seen wearing a brown and white striped cap, a brown and white striped hat, and a black hoodie at the time of her disappearance. Her belongings were discovered in the vicinity of the spot where she was last seen.
She is somewhere between 1.60 and 1.70 meters tall and has long brown hair. Jully’s height ranges between those two numbers. Her petite frame complements her tall stature beautifully.
The Selinsgrove Elementary School, Rotech, and Kohl’s Building Products were among the places that had previously hired her. Her commitment to helping others in the community led her to hold a variety of volunteer positions, such as that of a 4-H leader, where she worked for more than 30 years; a den leader and committee member of Boy Scout Troup 419; a member of the Selinsgrove Band Boosters; and a teacher at St. John’s Lutheran Church’s Sunday School.
She was skilled in the kitchen and the oven. Crafting and sewing were two of her favorite hobbies, and she even sewed her own wedding gown. She strived for excellence in all that she undertook. Cindy was the first person to offer assistance in whatever situation you would find yourself in. Cindy was a very supportive wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend throughout her whole life.
She is survived by her husband, Robin; son, Cameron Colyer and his wife, Tanesha, of Selinsgrove; precious granddaughter, Rio Josette; brother, David Stuck and his wife Tonyah of Mt. Pleasant Mills; sister, Jean Fawver and her husband Shane of Mt. Pleasant Mills; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Lee and Norma Colyer of McAlisterville; aunt, Sandra Wonsik of Stonington; and numerous nieces and nephews.