Stephanie Low's mother speaks out about her daughters disappearance
by Brittany Earl
WAUSAU(WAOW)--The disappearance of Stephanie Low, a Wausau woman who vanished from her apartment, nears it's three month anniversary.
Stephanie Low went missing Sunday morning on October 10th, her mother Claudia Blake continues to search for her daughter.
"My life can't move on, I can't do anything till I find her. I'm at a stand still until she comes home," said Blake.
Stephanie Low's mother counts the hours till her daughter comes home, it's not until then her life can return to normal but Blake says she doubts her life will ever have a shred of normalcy again.
Blake says, "I guess I'm holding up as good as could be expected. It's hard I have my moments, I cry a lot."
Blake fought back tears as she talked about the three month anniversary disappearance of her 19 old daughter. The night before Stephanie Low went missing, Low called her brother saying she was afraid for her life. That was the last time her family heard from her.
"I'm holding on day by day. Christmas was very hard I barely came out of my bedroom at all," said Blake.
Over the course of three months Low's family has continued to search. Family members passed out flyers, organized search parties and held candle light vigils. In December the family held a benefit to raise money for a reward fund. George Low Stephanie Low's father and Claudia Blake established a $3,000 reward as a last attempt to find answers as to where and what happened to their daughter.
Blake says, "There's someone out there that knows something and I just beg them to please come forward. I need to find my daughter."