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Reward Offered For Info On Missing Brentwood Hiker

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by Jason Lamb

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It's been two and a half months since Geraldine Largay from Brentwood disappeared while hiking the Appalachian Trail in Maine.

Intense searches have found no trace of her, and rescue crews presume she's dead. Now there's a new push for clues to find out exactly what happened to her and where she is.

Her husband George announced he is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to where Gerry is.

Gerry was an experienced hiker who had plenty of supplies with her on her hike in Franklin County, Maine.  When she didn't turn up, Maine authorities put together a massive search group, but they never found her.

George hopes the reward money will help eventually lead to closure, even though he's accepted that Gerry is likely dead.

"I miss everything about her," said George.  "I try and focus on the good times, and not about what I don't have."

Gerry's family and friends are holding a celebration of life for her in Atlanta on October 12.

If you have any information about Gerry Largay and her hike in the Appalachian Trail in Maine you can call the Maine Warden Service at 207-624-7076.


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