What happened to Timothy Scott Parry?

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

"Parry was last seen in Cedar City, Utah on July 17, 1989. He walked away from his home and has never been heard from again.

Parry has one sister; his older brother died in 1991. Few details are available in his case." Charley Project

Timothy Scott Parry was born on March 9th, 1970 to Zeno and Jeanette Parry. Timothy suffers from many medical conditions such as epilepsy, brain damage, Angelman syndrome, and porphyria. He also suffers from memory loss. If frightened, he will scream and shake his hands. The porphyria meant he was sensitive to sunlight. Some sites mention he couldn't walk due to the Angelman syndrome, but an article found on Websleuths states he may have left the area, catching a ride with someone. Timothy also mentioned to the family that he wanted to start a bookstore in Las Vegas.

Oddly, Timothy had a brother named Zeno who tragically died in his sleep. He was two years older than Tim. I found an obituary on Crimewatchers that states the following:

" Zeno Bruce Parry II, age 23, died April 11, 1991, at his home in Enoch, Utah, quietly in his sleep.

Born May 3, 1967, in Mesa, Arizona to Zeno Bruce and Jeanette LeMmon Parry. He was a faithful member and Elder of the LDS Church. He grew up and attended schools in Salt Lake County, Granite High, South High, and Duchesne High Schools. He loved to work with wood on knic-nacs etc. Cutting them out and painting them in his little shop. He sold quite a few at flea markets etc. His greatest joy was to make children happy with his train and swing ride at church, school, and community carnivals. Survived by his parents and sister, Luann Parry, and perhaps by his brother, Timothy Scott Parry, who is a missing person since he walked away from his home in Enoch on July 17, 1989. His grandparents, J. Herbert and Clary Parry, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, George Wesley LeMmon and Frances R. Davenport.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 11, 1991, at 1 p.m. at Enoch 1st ward chapel, 555 East Midvalley Road. Friends may call two hours prior to services Thursday. Interment will be in the Enoch City Cemetery. Funeral directors are Southern Utah Mortuary at Cedar City, Utah."

With all these ailments, how did Timothy walk away from 5700 Airport Road? Where did he go? Did he catch a ride with a predator? How long could he survive without his medicines?

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