Karen Beaudin is an author and public speaker who addresses the subject of unsolved homicides to institutions in-cluding law enforcement and universities during training seminars, conferences, and criminal justice programs. Speaking engagements have included the Unsolved Homicide Training Course for the Bureau of Criminal Investigations in Ohio and the keynote speaker at the 10th Annual National Missing Persons Conference in North Carolina. Karen’s media interviews include Elizabeth Vargas from ABC 20/20, Bob Ward with Crime Reporter from Fox News Boston, and Sean MacDonald, Andy Hershberger, and Ray Brewer from WMUR TV. In 2009, Karen and her sisters were influential in establishing New Hampshire’s first Cold Case Unit.
During Victims’ Rights Week 2010, the Gloddy family received a certificate of appreciation from New Hampshire Governor John Lynch for their outstanding service on behalf of victims of crime. In 2012, the Ohio Attorney General recognized Karen for her advocacy in promoting cold case units. Also, the Fraternal Order of Police in Ohio recognized her for her valuable contribution to Ohio’s law enforcement community and the Ohio Unsolved Homicides Initiative.
Karen’s bravery with the help of her remaining family members leaves me at a loss for words. I highly recommend you spend a few hours consecutively reading this book, you will not want to put it down until you have reached the end.
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