Help Find Asha

$7,096 of $9,999 goal

Raised by 77 people in 18 months
Jeannie Kreimer  OAKLAND, CA


Our daughter, sister and friend Asha went missing from Rollerville Cafe in Pointe Arena, CA on September 21, 2015 around 9:30 am. 

She was in the middle of a mental health crisis.  She did not have ID, money, credit card, phone or any traceable items.  She was wearing black skinny jeans and a dark gray hoodie.  She was also shoeless.

We are incredibly worried for the safety of Asha.  We have been searching non stop in the area where she went missing from and haven't got any new leads.  She has been missing for nearly a month.  

We are trying to raise money to hire a private investagator.  We have ehausted the beneficial assistance of the local authorities and need to expand the search on a national level. This can be a very expensive service but Asha deserves the best.  

We miss our daughter, sister and friend more than words can say.  We just want to know that Asha is safe and not in any mental turmoil.  We miss her loving kindness and quick humor. 

There is no shame in mental health issues.  We are here with open hearts. Please help us find Asha and bring closure to this nightmare. 

https://www.facebook.com/asha.kreimer


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Update 6
Posted by Mary Jean Kreimer
4 months ago
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I just want to say a big THANK YOU for all the love and support. It has been a difficult 15 months for Gancie/Jhansi and myself. I have been back to the US 7 times now looking and making contact with shelters etc. so as to raise awareness as to Asha's situation. It is heartbreaking and at the same time I have a renewed respect for the concern and caring of strangers. I will not give up looking for my daughter and I live in hope for a positive outcome. Presently I am returning to the Territory to work and then I will return to the States to continue the journey. Again Many Thanks and great Appreciation for all our friends:)
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Update 5
Posted by Mary Jean Kreimer
7 months ago
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It has been one year since Asha went missing from Rollerville Café. Jeannie, Asha’s mother, has taken 6 trips travelling to the United States to search for her daughter since, travelling mostly on her own. She has covered from Seattle to the Mexico Border, inland of California & along the coast of California.

The initial Go Fund Me campaign, which raised $6,500.00 in funds, was spent on a Private Detective from Ukiah, who was highly recommended from the Judge of that region. It was later reported to Jeannie, that he had done very little on the case. Jeannie reported him to the Licensing Board of California. His assistant did, however, undertake many hours of work on Asha’s case, information which Jeannie utilised in her efforts.

Jeannie mortgaged her house, to fund this search. A second detective stole $7,000.00 & has since been reported to the Licensing Board of Nevada. She is considering selling her car & house to further fund these efforts to locate Asha.

Through this process, Jeannie has realised that there is a multi-million dollar cottage industry in the realm of Missing Persons. She has thus taken the work for Asha’s case solely on herself & shared only within a circle of trusted liasons. She is making progress & feeling hopeful. She is determined to utilise any further funds raised to directly tracking Asha without the help of dishonest third party businesses taking advantage of her vulnerability.

In her last trip over August-September, Jeannie had over 15 promising leads & possible sightings, which she cannot publicly disclose, due to the nature of this case.

All Jeannie’s efforts have not been in vain. Every sighting, every lead, every clue is a step closer to making contact. Jeannie’s training as an emergency room nurse has enabled her to systematically gather meaningful information in a concise fashion. Her activities in each city are to:
• Go to the police stations & report Asha as a missing person locally
• Communicate with missing persons organisations
• Go to the hospitals & mental health facilities
• Go to the homeless shelters
• Show posters & distribute business cards

Unless you’ve experienced a missing person in your family, one has no idea of going through such an ambiguous tragedy. Jhansi (Asha’s sister) & Jeannie are still overcome with grief at the sudden & disconcerting disappearance of their beautiful sister & daughter, surrounded by such suspicious & cryptic circumstances. They will never give up. She wants to pay tribute to all people across the world who have been so overwhelmingly kind, generous & open-hearted. It is an honour to Asha to give her the love she deserves through these sustained efforts. As the 21st of September turns, it will be a year since Asha’s disappearance & so with this anniversary, Jeannie is releasing this second update for her ongoing work to find Asha.

ASHA IS WORTH IT!
Asha
Asha
Asha with her dogs
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Update 4
Posted by Mary Jean Kreimer
14 months ago
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Thank You to Steph and Gracie for gathering THE LOVE for Asha. I know she can feel it. Your efforts on behalf of our friend and daughter are heart felt and greatly appreciated!!XOXO
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Update 3
Posted by Mary Jean Kreimer
17 months ago
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Hello to all the people who care about Asha. We are still "on the case" and when Asha is safe I will let you all know.
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Robert Harper
16 months ago
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I am assuming that Asha is a citizen of Australia, with a permanent residency in the U.S. I would contacted the Australia embassy , and or consultant here in the U.S, and raise a shit storm about the fact that law enforcement is not doing a dam thing to help you find your daughter. Start at the top .The U.S would expect the Australia gov. to do the same for its citizens. What is the story with Asha friend that was here when she went missing.?They all three had breakfast at Rollerville, she was there if I'm not mistaken. I heard a rumor she not talking. There are lots of rumors. If Asha's childhood friend was here,and she knows something, and she was there. She could be charged as a accessory to a crime in this country. And would not be protected by the Australia gov.I am sorry if my information turns out to be a little off, but the time for being nice is over. And if that girl knows something than she better start talking. Up there in Albion where Asha lived, they call them self the Albion Nation. They are a pretty powerful group. I would get on line and ask them for their help.

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Gracie Robinson
17 months ago

Have you tried...um...a psychic?

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Ginger Acosta Bobadilla
4 months ago

Thank you for the update Jeannie. My heart goes out to you and your family. I hope Asha is found soon.

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Karen Wright
18 months ago

Hope my small contribution helps in a tiny way to find Asha safe and well very soon. Take care.

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David Chapman
18 months ago

So sooty for your heart ache, must be agony. I sincerely hope you locate her soon and that she is safe. Hold fast to your hope and don't give up. Had a similar situation with family member and turned out well. Best Regards.

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Gerard Mannering
18 months ago

oooppsssss - Asha !! sorry....

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Gerard Mannering
18 months ago

well hello there -!!- i'm sorry i have no "news" to share in regards to the where-abouts of your daughter/sister/friend - i do live in the area south of point arena, only for a few years but i also lived here in the '70's for 4-5 years - i was younger then and more active in the "community" - from my experience here let me tell you there are 2 big elephants in the Room with us - The Ocean & the Highway..., ayla could have gone either way and dissappeared - Maybe she chose the Ocean - Maybe she chose the Highway she could be in the BayArea somewhere or even further afar - if she chose the Ocean it's not the first time that has happened i hope you find her alive and well but it seems obvious she's not here so good luck with your search for ayla there is no reason to quit hoping for the best sincerely - gjmannering

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Jeannie Kreimer
18 months ago

Thank you all for your support in finding Asha .

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$7,096 of $9,999 goal

Raised by 77 people in 18 months
Created October 14, 2015
$20
Gracie Robinson
4 months ago
CC
$100
Catherine Cameron
7 months ago

All the best Jeannie x

SF
$100
Susan Filter
7 months ago

We are with you Jeannie.

BM
$20
Beth Morse
7 months ago
1
1
JS
$75
Joanna Smith
7 months ago
1
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Thinking of you all Jeannie. Hopefully Asha is OK and you both connect soon. Love & hugs. xxoo

$50
Jessica Hoogeveen-Hill
12 months ago
1
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Always thinking of you Jeannie and Gancie. xoxo

SG
$50
Sarah Greenwood
13 months ago
$15
Anonymous
14 months ago
1
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LM
$140
Linx Macpherson
14 months ago
1
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GH
$15
Georgia Herrod
14 months ago
2
2
Robert Harper
16 months ago
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1

I am assuming that Asha is a citizen of Australia, with a permanent residency in the U.S. I would contacted the Australia embassy , and or consultant here in the U.S, and raise a shit storm about the fact that law enforcement is not doing a dam thing to help you find your daughter. Start at the top .The U.S would expect the Australia gov. to do the same for its citizens. What is the story with Asha friend that was here when she went missing.?They all three had breakfast at Rollerville, she was there if I'm not mistaken. I heard a rumor she not talking. There are lots of rumors. If Asha's childhood friend was here,and she knows something, and she was there. She could be charged as a accessory to a crime in this country. And would not be protected by the Australia gov.I am sorry if my information turns out to be a little off, but the time for being nice is over. And if that girl knows something than she better start talking. Up there in Albion where Asha lived, they call them self the Albion Nation. They are a pretty powerful group. I would get on line and ask them for their help.

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Gracie Robinson
17 months ago

Have you tried...um...a psychic?

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Ginger Acosta Bobadilla
4 months ago

Thank you for the update Jeannie. My heart goes out to you and your family. I hope Asha is found soon.

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Karen Wright
18 months ago

Hope my small contribution helps in a tiny way to find Asha safe and well very soon. Take care.

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David Chapman
18 months ago

So sooty for your heart ache, must be agony. I sincerely hope you locate her soon and that she is safe. Hold fast to your hope and don't give up. Had a similar situation with family member and turned out well. Best Regards.

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Gerard Mannering
18 months ago

oooppsssss - Asha !! sorry....

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Gerard Mannering
18 months ago

well hello there -!!- i'm sorry i have no "news" to share in regards to the where-abouts of your daughter/sister/friend - i do live in the area south of point arena, only for a few years but i also lived here in the '70's for 4-5 years - i was younger then and more active in the "community" - from my experience here let me tell you there are 2 big elephants in the Room with us - The Ocean & the Highway..., ayla could have gone either way and dissappeared - Maybe she chose the Ocean - Maybe she chose the Highway she could be in the BayArea somewhere or even further afar - if she chose the Ocean it's not the first time that has happened i hope you find her alive and well but it seems obvious she's not here so good luck with your search for ayla there is no reason to quit hoping for the best sincerely - gjmannering

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Jeannie Kreimer
18 months ago

Thank you all for your support in finding Asha .

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