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Two hundred miles south, authorities sought out the “person of interest” seen at the Kansas City apartment building.Bill and Kay’s relatives and a number of volunteers spent days searching the area surrounding the Wood’s home.Prior to their marriage, Bill and Kay had both been widowed.They’d just celebrated their third wedding anniversary July 14 — only 16 days before Bill’s death and Kay’s disappearance.“I think there is a really big chance that something happened in Stuart,” Henry Wood told KCCI in a story that aired Aug. “Bill probably has some antiques that are very rare. “Just somebody there that may have seen that they bought something expensive or they could’ve even been talking to somebody and mentioned what they have,” Bill Wood’s sister, Carolyn Harkin, told KCCI. “We have to continue to be focused and as composed as we possibly can be so we can hear everything that’s happening, see everything that’s happening…so that if someone does call we don’t get caught up in that call,” said Kay’s daughter, Lisa Harris. 10, 2011, the Wood’s families held a press conference announcing a reward fund they’d established. He served as a Private Second Class with the US Army during the Korean War.“It has to be a robbery of some sort.” Family members went to the Stuart City Hall where they posted sketches of the man police said was seen walking away from the Wood’s pick-up in Kansas City. Harris said she and her siblings are determined to find their mother and bring her home, regardless of whether it is to get her medical attention or to give her a proper burial. They hope a reward might motivate someone to come forward with information. 5, 1931, in Spring Hill, Warren County, Iowa, to James F. He died at his Norwalk, Iowa home Sunday, July 31, 2011, and his death ruled a homicide.Autopsy reports showed Wood died of multiple gunshot wounds, though he was not shot in the head as an initial press release stated.
They’d chosen to live in Bill’s home in rural Norwalk south of Des Moines, which quickly filled up with mementoes of each of their lives. Perry General Manager Andrew Knott told KCCI that Wood’s co-workers were “somber,” and said the fact that Wood was about to turn 80 told a lot about him.On Sunday, July 31, 2011, Bill and Kay’s red Chevrolet Silverado pickup turned up at a ritzy apartment complex in Kansas City, Missouri.Witnesses told detectives they’d seen the man with the pickup, and described him as being in his late 40s to early 60s with a slender build, short gray and white hair, and between 6 feet 2 inches and 6 feet 6 inches tall.The fund consists of both cash donations and pledges payable upon conviction. Funeral services were held at a.m., Friday, August 26 at Overton Funeral Home in Indianola with burial following in the Webb Cemetery in rural Norwalk.Those left to cherish his memory are his wife, Kay Wood; children, Mary (Steve) Garr of Bussey, IA, Jim (Dee) Wood of Marana, AZ, Doris (Ross) Allen of Libertyville, IA, Grace (Wes) Bonnett of Bussey, John (Tracie) Wood of Indianola, Melonie (Doug) Wood and Billy (Amee) Wood all of Des Moines; step-children, Mark Warywoda and Leann Warywoda both of Des Moines, Cathy (David) Neumann of Maine, Patty (Rod) Shaw of Des Moines, Rodney (Erica) Harris and David Harris both of Maine, Aleisa Harris of Des Moines and Mike Harrris of Spring Hill; 21 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; two great great-grandchildren; siblings, Glen (Marcia) Wood, Bob (Vicki) Wood, Marie Wilkens, Zelda (Doug) Dyer, Howard (Linda) Wood, Carolyn (Mark) Harkin and Henry (Jan) Wood.