Senter was my best friend. We were best friends from
Kindergarten and through until the day she was taken away.
We were in girl scouts together where her Mom was
cookie chairman and mine was a leader. We always stood next
to each other in line and our desks were always together in
class (lucky for us, they always put us in alphabetical
order) We sang together in school choir concerts,
Thank you so much for honoring her memory. It
means more to me than you will ever know.
I found your website for children who've been victims
of violence. Cassidy Senter has stuck in my mind since the
beginning. she went to the same grade school that my wife
did some 25 years ago at the time, as well as living in the
same area that my wife did. Thank you for not letting anyone
really like this webpage and am glad Angie Memory still
lives on. She was one of my friends .
thoughts are with you and your mother Rhonda.
God be with you
Rhonda, what happened to your little girl has not been
forgotten. Your friends and classmates from Washington,
Indiana, have you in their thoughts and prayers, today and
I remember when
Cassidy and Angie went missing, It really got to me because
my daughter was around the same age, when they announced
that they were found murdered I think I cried forever, just
wanted to let you know that I pray for these grieving
parents every night in my prayers. I also pray that soon
they will find the person who ended Angie's life, and bring
him/her to justice. I stumbled on to this web-site by
browsing, I am glad that I did. It gave me the chance to
send my deepest sympathy. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU