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KS ANTHONY SINISGALLI: Missing from Salina, KS - 17 August 1987 - Age 36

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  1. Akoya

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    Tony was last seen by his wife at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina, KS on 08/17/1987.

    His wife saw him driving east on his way home from work at Beech Aircraft Corp in Wichita. She followed him to the park where he parked near the restrooms. Tony was surprised to see her and told her he was not feeling well. He would not let her drive him home, so she left him to get her brother's help. When she returned to the park, the car was still parked by the restrooms. The vehicle was locked and Tony's possessions were still inside.

    Tony didn't show up for work the next day. His wife reported him missing on 05/19/1987. He has not contacted anyone in his family to let them know he is alive.

    Tony was devoted to both his children and the disappearance was uncharacteristic. He had been living in Salina for about nine years. Tony is originally from New York. His parents emigrated from Italy and settled on Thompson Street in Greenwich Village before moving to Astoria.

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    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/7690/0/

    NamUs MP # 7690
    Anthony Sinisgalli
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    Saline County, Kansas
    36 year old white male

    Case Report - NamUs MP # 7690

    Case Information
    Status Missing
    First name Anthony
    Middle name Patrick
    Last name Sinisgalli
    Nickname/Alias Tony; Anthony Louis Pat Sinisgalli; Anthony Louis Sinisgalli
    Date last seen August 17, 1987 21:24
    Date entered 07/12/2010
    Age last seen 36 to years old
    Age now 66 years old
    Race White
    Ethnicity
    Sex Male
    Height (inches) 69.0
    Weight (pounds) 160.0

    Circumstances
    City Salina
    State Kansas
    Zip code
    County Saline
    Circumstances
    Tony was last seen by his wife at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina, KS on 08/17/1987.

    His wife saw him driving east on his way home from work at Beech Aircraft Corp in Wichita. She followed him to the park where he parked near the restrooms. Tony was surprised to see her and told her he was not feeling well. He would not let her drive him home, so she left him to get her brother's help. When she returned to the park, the car was still parked by the restrooms. The vehicle was locked and Tony's possessions were still inside.

    Tony didn't show up for work the next day. His wife reported him missing on 05/19/1987. He has not contacted anyone in his family to let them know he is alive.

    Tony was devoted to both his children and the disappearance was uncharacteristic. He had been living in Salina for about nine years. Tony is originally from New York. His parents emigrated from Italy and settled on Thompson Street in Greenwich Village before moving to Astoria.

    Physical
    Hair color Black

    Left eye color Brown
    Right eye color Brown

    Scars and marks
    Acne scars on face
    Tattoos
    Tattoo of a 1" heart with a banner on his lower right forearm

    Other distinctive
    physical characteristics
    Olive complected

    Vehicle comments
    Tony's vehicle was found parked at the restrooms at Jerry Ivey Park, Salina, Kansas

    Dental
    Status: Dental information / charting is available and entered

    DNA
    Status: Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Fingerprint Information
    Status: Fingerprint information is available and entered

    Investigating Agency
    Title Chief
    First name Brad
    Last name Nelson
    Phone 785-826-7210
    Website
    Case number 87-7667
    Date reported August 17, 1987
    Jurisdiction Local
    Agency Salina Police Department
    Address 1 255 N 10th St
    Address 2
    City Salina
    State Kansas
    Zip code 67401
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    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1428dmks.html

    The Doe Network:
    Case File 1428DMKS


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    Anthony Patrick Sinisgalli

    Missing since August 17, 1987 from Salina, Kansas
    Classification: Missing

    Vital Statistics
      • Date of Birth: November 11, 1950
      • Age at Time of Disappearance: 37 years old
      • Height & Weight: 69 inches; 160lbs
      • Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Black hair; brown eyes. Acne scars on face.
      • Marks, Scars: A heart with banner on his right forearm.
      • AKA: Tony
      • Dentals: Information/Charting is available.
      • Fingerprints: Available

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Anthony Sinisgalli was last seen by his family at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina, KS on August 17th, 1987.
    His wife saw him driving east on his way home from work at Beech Aircraft Corp. in Wichita. She followed him to the park, where he stopped near the rest rooms. Tony was surprised to see her and told her he was not feeling well. He would not let her drive him home, so she left him to get her brother's help. When she returned to the park, the car was still parked by the rest rooms, the car was locked up, everything of his was in it, lunch box and everything was still there but her husband was gone.
    He didn't show up for work the next day. His wife reported him missing on May 19.
    Nothing has ever showed up on the use of his social security number, and he has not contacted anyone in his family to let them know he was alive. Police flagged his credit card and checking accounts but nothing came of that.

    Tony was devoted to both his children, and the disappearance was uncharacteristic. Tony Sinisgalli had been living in Salina for about nine years.
    Tony is originally from New York. His parents emigrated from Italy and settled on Thompson Street in Greenwich Village before moving to Astoria.

    Sinisgalli had a drinking problem, and on the day he disappeared he had drunk a pint of vodka. His family fears he may have ended up homeless and alcoholic. Possibly in New York. At the time his family distributed fliers in New York and Florida, where his sister was living, and a trucker passed out fliers in other states.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    Salina Police Department
    785 826-7210


    Agency Case Number: 87-7667
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    NamUs
    KWCH
    The Hutchinson News
     
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  5. Akoya

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    https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/943816/

    September 2, 1988
    The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 3

    Woman continues search for missing husband " : By LILLIAN ZIER ' • Staff Writer Vicki Sinisgalli has not seen her husband for more than a year. Neither have any of the couple's friends, relatives, neighbors or co£ workers. Sinisgalli, 425 Missouri, is sure that someone in Salina knows what happened to her husband, Anthony "Tony" Sinisgalli, 37, whom she reported missing Aug. 19,1987. "Even if we knew a little some' thing, it would be such a relief," Sinisgalli said Thursday. .- Judi Wright, Vicki's stepmother, has helped in the search. ;..;. "Anything they think is in;7 significant could be significant to '."• us," she said. iv Sinisgalli last saw her husband w Aug. 17, 1987, at Jerry Ivey Park in > south Salina. She said she saw him driving east ^on Magnolia on his way home from at Beech Aircraft Corp. in Wichita. She followed him to the park, where he stopped near the rest rooms. Tony was surprised to see her Anthony Sinisgalli was last seen Aug. 17, 1987, in Jerry Ivey Park. and told her he was not feeling well. He would not let her drive him home, so she left him to get her brother's help. When she returned to the park he was not there, but his car still was parked by the rest rooms. She looked for him in the park and along Ohio Street, which runs toward their home, but she couldn't find him. More than a year later, she's still looking. She corresponds frequently with his parents, George and Mary Sinisgalli of New York City, and with his sister, who lives in Florida. "He has a lot of relatives, and they're not the kind to keep information back, and they haven't heard anything," Sinisgalli said. Her father-in-law has developed a serious heart condition since Tony's disappearance. Sinisgalli and Wright distributed fliers around the state that contained a picture and description of Sinisgalli. His family distributed fliers in New York and Florida, and a trucker passed out fliers in other states. Sinisgalli also talks often with officials at the Salina Police Department. Assistant Chief Glen Kochanowski said Thursday that the case remained open, and that Lt. Jack Gallagher frequently calls Vicki and her husband's parents. Chief John Woody also has visited Vicki. Police officials continue to bring up the Sinisgalli case at state police meetings, Kochanowski said. They also watch listings of unidentified bodies found around the nation. "You just keep it in the minds of people is all you can do," he said. Soon after Tony's disappearance, there was a report that someone fitting his description purchased a bus ticket to Lawrence at the Salina bus depot, Sinisgalli said. But the report turned up nothing, Kochanowski said. Since her husband's disappearance, Sinisgalli has started a job and has received counseling, which she said has helped her deal with the situation. She and her husband have a 2-year- old son, Matthew, and she has a 14- year-old daughter, Amy. She said her husband was devoted to both children, and the disappearance was uncharacteristic. "Of the 11 years I knew him, he had no reason to do this," she said. Tony Sinisgalli had been living in Salina for about nine years. He began working for Beech in 1979. He was laid off a few years ago and worked at odd jobs until he was hired at Beech's Wichita plant. Sinisgalli said her husband had little cash with him when he disappeared, and no charges have been made on the credit cards he was carrying. Sinisgalli is about 5-foot-9, 160 pounds and has wavy black hair and brown eyes. He has a soft voice with a New York accent and a heart-shaped tattoo on his right forearm. He was clean shaven when he was last seen but sometimes wears a beard. "When he left, he had nothing," Sinisgalli said. "He had no extra clothes, and everything else he owns is still here. "You think of thousands of things. In the past year, I've probably thought of zillions of things trying to come up with an answer, and you never do."
     
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    http://www.nampn.org/cases/sinisgalli_anthony.html

    North American Missing Persons Network
    Anthony Patrick Sinisgalli

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    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

    • Missing Since: August 17, 1987 from Salina, Saline County, Kansas
    • Classification: Missing
    • Date Of Birth: November 5, 1950
    • Age: 36
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 160 lbs.
    • Hair Color: Black
    • Eye Color: Brown
    • Race: White
    • Gender: Male
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: Acne scars on face.
      1" heart with banner tattoo on his lower right forearm.
    • AKA: Tony
    • Case Number: 87-7667

      Details of Disappearance
    Anthony Sinisgalli was last seen by his family at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina, KS on August 17th, 1987. His wife saw him driving east on his way home from work at Beech Aircraft Corp. in Wichita. She followed him to the park, where he stopped near the restrooms. Tony was surprised to see her and told her he was not feeling well. He would not let her drive him home, so she left him to get her brother's help.

    When she returned to the park, the car was still parked by the restrooms, the car was locked up, his lunch box and everything was still there but her husband was gone. He didn't show up for work the next day. His wife reported him missing on May 19.

    Sinisgalli has never used his social security number, and he has not contacted anyone in his family to let them know he was alive. Police flagged his credit card and checking accounts but nothing came of that.

    Tony was devoted to both his children, and the disappearance was uncharacteristic. Tony Sinisgalli had been living in Salina for about nine years. Tony is originally from New York. His parents emigrated from Italy.

    Sinisgalli had a drinking problem, and on the day he disappeared he had drunk a pint of vodka. His family fears he may have ended up homeless and alcoholic. Possibly in New York.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Salina Police Department
    785-826-7210


    Source Information
    Namus
     
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    http://www.salina.com/life/engageme...8dd27a49-103a-5b5a-abab-f71cb2e4b691.amp.html



    Brittanie Adamson - Matthew Sinisgalli


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    Sep 13, 2015

    Brenda Adamson and Tye Baker, of Salina, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Brittanie Adamson, to Matthew Sinisgalli, son of Vicki Sinisgalli and the late Anthony Sinisgalli.

    The bride is a 2005 graduate of Salina South High School and manages Earthbound Trading Company in Lawrence. The groom is a 2004 graduate of Salina South High School and is a computer sales lead at Best Buy in Lawrence.

    They will be married in Baldwin City on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015.
     
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    http://z10.invisionfree.com/usedtobedoe/ar/t32878.htm

    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/...opic=13948&st=0

    Kansas Cold Case: Tony Sinisgalli

    Posted: May 19, 2008 04:26 PM CDT

    Updated: May 19, 2008 10:00 PM CDT


    Imagine someone you love suddenly disappearing from your life....and you had no idea why. A Salina family is living that nightmare.

    Anthony Sinisgalli. It's hardly a common name in Kansas. But this full-blooded Italian, originally from New York, seemed very much at home in Salina until the day he vanished.

    My daughter was getting ready to go into middle school and we had been clothes shopping," Sinisgalli's wife, Vicki told us.

    Vicki remembers August 17th, 1987 like it was yesterday. "We came out of JC Penny's and happened to see Tony," she said.

    Tony had just gotten back to town with a group of co-workers. They met every day at the mall to carpool to Wichita's Beech Aircraft Factory. Apparently not seeing his family Tony drove off, so they followed him.

    "Instead of turning to go home he came to Jerry Ivy Park," Vicki said.

    She says she realized he'd been drinking and tried to get him to come with them, but Tony refused.

    Vicki says she grabbed his car keys and took the kids home, then decided to go back and check on him.

    "By the time I got back," Vicki said, "The car was locked up, everything of his was in it, lunchbox and everything was still there, he was gone."

    Tony was gone without a trace. He didn't show up for work the next day. That's when Vicki alerted police.

    "This was a really baffling case at the time," said Carson Mansfield with the Salina Police Department, "we did countless interviews. We put out information all over the place."

    So what happened? Did he somehow meet an untimely death and his body was never discovered or did Anthony Sinisgalli simply decide to disappear. The past 21 years have yielded virtually no clues.

    "No answers, no, nothing," says Sinisgalli's mother-in-law, Judy Wright, "I mean nothing has ever showed up on the use of his social security number, he has not contacted anyone in his family to let them know he was alive."

    Salina police have a large case file of dead ends and only theories.

    "In my career, I've seen something bad happen," Mansfield said, "I've seen people who you wouldn't even have thought would have been suicidal be suicidal, I've seen people who've just wanted to get lost and did a good job of changing their identity."

    Back in 1987, changing your identity could be as easy as buying a phony birth certificate. But would this man described by his wife as considerate and loving simply abandon his family and every one close to him?

    "It was up and down at times, like every marriage can be," Vicki told us, "but all in all he was devoted family man."

    Vicki says she still finds herself searching crowds especially New York crowds she sees on TV, just on the off chance she'll spot the face that remains etched in her mind.

    And some kind of answer whatever it is would be better than what she has now.
    http://www.kwch.com/Global/story.asp?S=8348709
     
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    http://z10.invisionfree.com/usedtobedoe/ar/t32878.htm

    Anthony Sinisgalli

    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

    Missing Since: August 17, 1987 from Salina, Kansas
    Classification: Endangered Missing
    Age: 37 years old
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Black hair, brown eyes. Sinisgalli's nickname is Tony. He has a small tattoo of a heart on right forearm. Sinisgalli is of Italian descent.
    Medical Conditions: Sinisgalli is an alcoholic.

    Details of Disappearance

    Sinisgalli was last seen by his family at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina, Kansas on August 17th, 1987. His wife saw him driving east on his way home from work at Beech Aircraft Corporation in Wichita, Kansas. She followed him to the park. He stopped near the restrooms and spoke to her. He was surprised to see her and told her he was not feeling well. He had drunk a pint of vodka on the day of his disappearance. Sinisgalli's wife tried to convince him to let her drive him home, but he refused. She left him to get help from her brother. When Sinisgalli's wife returned to the park, Sinisgalli was gone. His car was still parked by the restrooms, locked, with all his belongings, including his lunch box, inside. He did not show up for work the next day and has never been heard from again.
    Since Sinisgalli's disappearance, he has not used his Social Security number, credit card or bank accounts and he has not contacted any of his family. He was devoted to his two children and it is uncharacteristic of him to leave without warning. He is originally from New York, where his parents, who are Italian immigrants, live. He had been living in Salina for about nine years prior to his disappearance.

    Sinisgalli's loved ones fear he became homeless. They distributed missing person fliers in New York and in Florida, where his sister lived, but he was never found. His case remains unsolved.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Salina Police Department
    785-826-7210

    Source Information
    The Doe Network
    Newsday
    KWCH

    Updated 1 time since October 12, 2004.

    Last updated May 22, 2008; casefile added.

    Charley Project Home
    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/s/sini...li_anthony.html
     
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    http://z10.invisionfree.com/usedtobedoe/ar/t32878.htm

    Anthony Sinisgalli, August 1987: Anthony Sinisgalli, who would be 65 now, was last seen by his family at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina on Aug. 17, 1987. His wife saw him driving east on his way home from work at Beech Aircraft Corp. in Wichita. She followed him to the park, where he stopped near the restrooms. Sinisgalli was surprised to see her and told her he was not feeling well. He would not let her drive him home, so she left him to get her brother's help. When she returned to the park, the car was still parked by the restrooms, the car was locked up, everything of his was in it, lunchbox and everything was still there, but her husband was gone. He didn't show up for work the next day. Nothing has ever showed up on the use of his Social Security number, and he has not contacted anyone in his family to let them know he was alive. Police flagged his credit card and checking accounts but nothing came of that. Sinisgalli was devoted to both his children, and the disappearance was uncharacteristic. He had been living in Salina for about nine years. He is originally from New York. Sinisgalli had a drinking problem, and on the day he disappeared he had had a pint of vodka. His family fears he may have ended up homeless and alcoholic, possibly in New York. At the time his family distributed fliers in New York and Florida, where his sister was living, and a trucker passed out fliers in other states.

    Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/news/local/article64...l#storylink=cpy
     
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    Sinisgalli was last seen by his family at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina, Kansas on August 17th, 1987.


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    MISSING IN KANSAS: Anthony Patrick Sinisgalli

    It's been more than 32 years since Anthony “Tony” Patrick Sinisgalli was last seen in central Kansas.

    According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Tony was heading home on Aug. 17, 1987, from Beechcraft in Wichita. His wife saw him at Jerry Ivey Park in south Salina. His vehicle was parked near the restrooms. He wasn't feeling well, but he would not let her drive him home. Then, she went to get her brother for help. When she returned to the park, his car was left behind; it was locked with his possessions inside.

    Tony never went back to work. His family, including his wife and children, have never heard from him since.

    At the time, Tony had been living in Salina for about nine years, DOJ case files reveal. His parents emigrated from Italy and moved to a home on Thompson Street in Greenwich Village in New York. Then, they moved to Astoria.

    His family feared Tony may have become homeless. They shared missing persons flyers in New York and Florida, where his sister lived, according to information shared by Kansas Missing and Unsolved.

    http://www.kten.com/story/41243840/missing-in-kansas-anthony-patrick-sinisgalli

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