BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Loved ones gathered in candlelight to remember Bambi Madden, who has been missing for 13 years.
Each year that passed after her disappearance, friends, family, and community have gathered outside the 1 Stop convenience store on Front Street.
It’s a place just a few blocks over from where Madden used to live where she would come often.
Through lighting candles, prayers, and music, her loved ones remember her and hold onto hope that she will be found.
“I wish she’d come home,” says Jackie Fiske, Madden’s sister. “I miss her very much. I wake up most mornings wanting to cry because I miss her so much.”
“We have these events to kind of hang onto hope and lift others up and you might have to you know be a little stronger for the next person,” says Scott Fiske, Madden’s son.
Madden’s case was classified 3 years ago as a stalemate with no further leads.
The family asks for anyone who can shed light on her disappearance to contact the police.