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Dream number 11152 10 October 2018 4 psychic prediction~0From all 4 dd's - Danielle Stislicki missing woman proves she was taken by Chris, age 47 Walmart Employee, LE is following the wrong lead, not family. Danielle Stislicki, no way I can come home, they will judge me. Danielle Stislicki Pontiac North Perry Street Church. Danielle Stislicki, Walmart, not what family thinks, LOVE. I believe Danielle Stislicki is alive and not aware anyone is actually looking for her, I also think there are some private issues keeping her from coming home, but I do not think she is under total distress.
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Dream number 11151 10 October 2018 3 psychic prediction~0From all 4 dd's - Danielle Stislicki missing woman proves she was taken by Chris, age 47 Walmart Employee, LE is following the wrong lead, not family. Danielle Stislicki, no way I can come home, they will judge me. Danielle Stislicki Pontiac North Perry Street Church. Danielle Stislicki, Walmart, not what family thinks, LOVE. I believe Danielle Stislicki is alive and not aware anyone is actually looking for her, I also think there are some private issues keeping her from coming home, but I do not think she is under total distress.
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Dream number 11150 10 October 2018 2 psychic prediction~0From all 4 dd's - Danielle Stislicki missing woman proves she was taken by Chris, age 47 Walmart Employee, LE is following the wrong lead, not family. Danielle Stislicki, no way I can come home, they will judge me. Danielle Stislicki Pontiac North Perry Street Church. Danielle Stislicki, Walmart, not what family thinks, LOVE. I believe Danielle Stislicki is alive and not aware anyone is actually looking for her, I also think there are some private issues keeping her from coming home, but I do not think she is under total distress.
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Dream number 11149 10 October 2018 1 psychic prediction~0From all 4 dd's - Danielle Stislicki missing woman proves she was taken by Chris, age 47 Walmart Employee, LE is following the wrong lead, not family. Danielle Stislicki, no way I can come home, they will judge me. Danielle Stislicki Pontiac North Perry Street Church. Danielle Stislicki, Walmart, not what family thinks, LOVE. I believe Danielle Stislicki is alive and not aware anyone is actually looking for her, I also think there are some private issues keeping her from coming home, but I do not think she is under total distress.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE SDDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE MQDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCT4N7JJUSSOJQKLUJTRS6RTMH269JPTILOBHON4JNNESYFGSIER1Q PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCRIE2GZXUW2XZPDGCNZAWAVZCHJSC0T BUQWHRMAQNCBA15IHOFIA PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCQEPAX5ONT-1TDZMIXNY4K18F5XO4MCATJQYDTDBY-RLKC2X2OU PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 003 MAXRESDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCQKKHYL2OP5CB LWMK6WYVKZ WXENKIVO2ZM-ZD8QQKRBPFLLMDFQ PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 005 MAXRESDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DOWNLOAD OP 1 CP 1480905919888 7231636 VER1 0 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 001 DANIELLE-STISLICKI PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 004 MAXRESDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE STISLICKI-BKGD 1481141106299 2396439 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_POSTER_6FC68A033AA34F6C8617F5FE3E0F7EF7_54187473_VER1_0_640_480__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE POSTER 6FC68A033AA34F6C8617F5FE3E0F7EF7 54187473 VER1 0 640 480 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_POSTER_EB17B7504459411795DC4265045A384E_61939597_VER1_0_640_480__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE POSTER EB17B7504459411795DC4265045A384E 61939597 VER1 0 640 480 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_POSTER_5D69A1ECB77F4A8DA7ACBA1E3B7C00F3_61965315_VER1_0_640_480__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE POSTER 5D69A1ECB77F4A8DA7ACBA1E3B7C00F3 61965315 VER1 0 640 480 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE PARENTS PLEAD FOR RETURN OF MISSING WOMA 0 51084984 VER1 0 640 480 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_PARENTS_PLEA_FOR_SAFE_RETURN_OF_THEIR_MI_0_51075984_VER1_0_640_480__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE PARENTS PLEA FOR SAFE RETURN OF THEIR MI 0 51075984 VER1 0 640 480 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE NEW CLUES IN DANIELLE STISLICKI INVESTIGATION20171130222447 11187810 VER1 0 1280 720 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE LPFZID PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE NEIGHBORS POLICE SEARCHING HOME FOR CLU 0 2467289 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_MAXRESDEFAULT__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE MAXRESDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCTBWT9IM9F9F29UQTWZLZFSDMAS9NK VCDT9 ED3VJ6L6DEZXG PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_IMAGES_Q3DTBN_AND9GCSLERHUAQ-SZCN0OMS_5FNLSQUK94BMGOL8UMYCDUDTOWCIM40JFW__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCSLERHUAQ-SZCN0OMS 5FNLSQUK94BMGOL8UMYCDUDTOWCIM40JFW PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_GALLOWAY-JR-STISLICKI-WXYZ-CWD-820X430__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE GALLOWAY-JR-STISLICKI-WXYZ-CWD-820X430 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_FULLSIZERENDER_48-1483484985-1106__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE FULLSIZERENDER 48-1483484985-1106 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_FLOYD_GALLOWAY_JR_C28A457FADF45B06083EABB2A6CD28B2_NBCNEWS-UX-1024-900__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE FLOYD GALLOWAY JR C28A457FADF45B06083EABB2A6CD28B2 NBCNEWS-UX-1024-900 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_FLOYD_GALLOWAY_IN_COURT_1498684659634_10023446_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE FLOYD GALLOWAY IN COURT 1498684659634 10023446 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE-STISLICKI__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.png
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE-STISLICKI PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DEVELOPMENTS_IN_SEARCH_FOR_STISLICKI_0_52118329_VER1_0_640_480__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DEVELOPMENTS IN SEARCH FOR STISLICKI 0 52118329 VER1 0 640 480 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE-STISLICKI-MISSING__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE-STISLICKI-MISSING PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE-COMBO__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE-COMBO PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE2-1486741981-5156__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE2-1486741981-5156 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE-ANN-STISLICKI PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MURDER_PERSON_OF_INTE_0_3865781_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI MURDER PERSON OF INTE 0 3865781 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_S_WITH_HER_FRIENDS_1510718730049_11022274_VER1_0_1280_720__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI S WITH HER FRIENDS 1510718730049 11022274 VER1 0 1280 720 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_1481062395504_2391062_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI 1481062395504 2391062 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_COLLAGE_1482499271730_8666450_VER1_0_1280_720__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING COLLAGE 1482499271730 8666450 VER1 0 1280 720 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
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DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI WHAT WE KNOW 1498835231409 10030076 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_1_1482501640258_8666457_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING 1 1482501640258 8666457 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_2_1481166423581_2401568_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE DANIELLE STISLICKI 2 1481166423581 2401568 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_CZGC05DXEAAXZCN__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE CZGC05DXEAAXZCN PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_CY3AE0EWIAA6VSR_1480896659404_2365197_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE CY3AE0EWIAA6VSR 1480896659404 2365197 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_COMMUNITY_MARCHING_SUNDAY_FOR_ANSWERS_IN_0_2804816_VER1_0_640_360__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE COMMUNITY MARCHING SUNDAY FOR ANSWERS IN 0 2804816 VER1 0 640 360 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_ATTEMPTED_RAPE_SUSPECT_NAMED_PERSON_OF_INTEREST_IN_DANIELLE_STISLICKI_CASE20170627235722_10018350_VER1_0_1280_720__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE ATTEMPTED RAPE SUSPECT NAMED PERSON OF INTEREST IN DANIELLE STISLICKI CASE20170627235722 10018350 VER1 0 1280 720 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_16535292_1519162164_2476_UPDATES__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 16535292 1519162164 2476 UPDATES PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_16535292_1480973360_269__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 16535292 1480973360 269 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_15267812-1829900663956081-8761436343133764169-N_ORIG__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 15267812-1829900663956081-8761436343133764169-N ORIG PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_15319321-1829086634037484-6553023611450746261-N_1__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 15319321-1829086634037484-6553023611450746261-N 1 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_2017-02-24_105637_25195__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 2017-02-24 105637 25195 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_3381EF6EA6D80013CA2F173ABDE5CAE6__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 3381EF6EA6D80013CA2F173ABDE5CAE6 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_512B9CD174DAAFD8B688EA5F3862421B__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 512B9CD174DAAFD8B688EA5F3862421B PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_2-1484938735-1498__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 2-1484938735-1498 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_002_MAXRESDEFAULT__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 002 MAXRESDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_001_MAXRESDEFAULT__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 001 MAXRESDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
DANIELLE_STISLICKI_MISSING_WOMAN_FOUND_SAFE_001_DANIELLE-STISLICKI-MISSING__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
DANIELLE STISLICKI MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE 001 DANIELLE-STISLICKI-MISSING PSYCHIC BRIAN LADDAnn and Richard Stislicki have awakened in their Fowlerville home to the uncertainty, the fear and the loneliness that comes with the realization their daughter Danielle is still missing.

It's been that way since Dec. 2, 2016, when Danielle, their bubbly 28-year-old daughter, left the insurance office at which she worked in Southfield, never to be heard from again. Danielle was supposed to go out with friends that night, but never showed up. Her car was found in her Farmington Hills apartment complex the next morning, but there's been no sign of her since.

That was a little more than a year ago and, though the family is doing what it must to get by, it never gets any easier. This week, with the one-year anniversary having passed Saturday, was especially difficult.

"It's a challenge. ... It was very difficult this past week to get through," Ann Stislicki said. "We started to make a commitment that we'd focus on ourselves and the family and not look at Facebook. You work through it, you talk through it as much as you can, but we all have our moments when we break down. But we're there for each other. We know we're all challenged with the struggle and (try) to keep that hope up."


Chris Paliewicz, Danielle's uncle, remembers those days, not like they happened more than a year ago, but like they were just yesterday. He was walking his dog Dec. 3, 2016, the day after Danielle went missing, when he got a call saying they needed to get into Danielle's apartment.

The day after that was spent searching for her, which has been pretty much how the ensuing 365 days have gone.
 
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