Category Archive: Press Releases

News updates from the foundation.

Oct 25

Chainbreaker’s Meeting

On October 15th, Judy and I spoke at the weekly Tuesday night support meeting in Orem, Utah.   We were grateful for the invitation, the welcome and the support we received.   The meeting room was packed.  We felt somewhat inadequate as we addressed the room of people who in many cases are in a …

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Jun 20

JENNIFER GRAVES RELEASES HER NEW BOOK

JENNIFER GRAVES RELEASES HER NEW BOOK   http://www.alightindarkplacesbook.com/ JENNIFER GRAVES RELEASES HER NEW BOOK Launch Event Planned for A Light In Dark Places   Taylorsville, Utah – Jennifer Graves, sister to Josh Powell, announced today that she is holding an event to launch her new book, A Light In Dark Places. The event will be held in South Jordan, …

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Jun 10

Killer Dads

Prometheus Books, just released “Killer Dads” written by Mary Papenfuss.  This book includes Susan’s disappearance and Susan’s husband, Josh Powell, killing their two sons Charlie and Braden along with other cases.   Mary made a donation to the Susan Cox Powell Foundation for which we are very grateful.   She interviewed several people about Susan, Charlie and Braden, including Judy and myself.   We …

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May 25

Still Searching for Susan

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Tuesday night December 8th at 10:26pm, after being questioned by police, Josh Powell rented a Silver 2009 Ford Focus, and disappeared again for 22 hours.   Josh activated newly purchased cell phones in Tremonton, Utah on December 9th around 4pm.   When Josh returned the car on Thursday the 10th of December, 807 miles had been put on the rental car.  Police …

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Apr 29

Crime Victims Conference of East Texas

Judy and myself (Chuck Cox) spoke at the 1st Annual Crime Victims Conference of East Texas.  It was an honor to speak to such a large gathering of Law Enforcement professionals, DSHS and CPS professionals. This conference was part of the ongoing training for those who deal daily with very difficult stressful situations, decisions and …

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Apr 21

Crime Victims Conference of East Texas

On April 15th we witnessed another senseless attack on innocent law-abiding people.   With callous disregard for human life, and the consequences of their actions two bombs were detonated at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.     More families became victims of crime.   The Henderson County District Attorney’s office Crime Victims Conference of East Texas which will take place …

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Apr 21

New Foundation Lapel Pin

Foundation Subscribers, and Supporters: Thank you for your interest and support.     We just had this 1 inch lapel pin made.  It is small enough it can be worn on a lapel, collar, purse strap, hat or other location, without turning yourself into a billboard.  We hope you will be willing to use it to talk to people …

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Mar 19

Washington State Charlie & Braden Act update

On March 12th the Washington State Charlie and Braden Act (SB- 5162) Passed in the State Senate, and has been sent to the State House for action. 2013-03-14 House First reading, referred to Judiciary 2013-03-12 Senate Third reading, passed; yeas, 48; nays, 1; absent, 0; excused, 0. We are encouraged with this, and hope it becomes …

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Feb 05

Candlelight Vigils for Charlie and Braden

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Today marks one year since Charlie and Braden Powell were killed by their father, Josh Powell. It’s been a long year. Tonight we are honoring and remembering Charlie and Braden with candlelight vigils in both Puyallup, Washington and West Valley City, Utah. We have received over 200 messages of love and support from people all …

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Dec 29

Jessie Funk to perform live, Susan’s Song “A Dream Away”

Performance of song to honor Susan Cox-Powell The Utah Domestic Violence Council are delighted to announce that there will be a special performance of “Susan’s song: A Dream Away” at next week’s ceremony of remembrance to recall all of 2012’s victims of domestic violence related deaths at the Capitol Building. The song, which was only …

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