MEXICO, NY – More than 17 years ago, Heidi Allen was abducted from an area convenience store. She is still missing today. In the years that have passed, her only sister, Lisa M. Buske, has worked through depression, loneliness and blame.
Lisa has recently finished writing her first book, “Where’s Heidi: The Search Begins” to share her thoughts, fears, hopes and misunderstandings with others who have experienced pain, especially through tragedy.
She will be speaking on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at Believers Chapel North in Mexico.
As a writer and speaker, Lisa is a catalyst for others affected by trials and tragedy.
Through her writing and speaking she engages the audience while sharing her heart to help others in their personal journeys.
Lisa has been featured on radio, television and area newspapers. She is a contributing writer to many local media and writes a monthly column for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s “Ride for Missing Children” bulletin.
As a guest speaker for the National Center for Missing and Exploited events, she has shared her journey as the sibling left behind.
At the academic level Lisa’s speaking ranges from elementary to adult: presenting for the Mexico Academy Central Schools, Cayuga Community College and the Oswego Reading Council.
For more information on Lisa’s story, visit lisabuske.weebly.com
More information on the speaking event can be found at bcnorth.org or by calling the Believers Chapel North office at 315-963-4100.
The church is located at 5375 State Route 3 in Mexico; one mile south of McDonalds.