Family and friends gather 3 years after San Antonio man mysteriously disappeared
Family members and friends of a missing San Antonio man recognize November 7th as “Jordan Green Awareness Day”.
Wednesday marked 3 years since Jordan Green mysteriously disappeared. He had been walking home from work in Leon Valley that night, but never made it to his house.
Since that day, no one has heard from the then 23-year-old.
On Wednesday, Jordan’s loved ones and friends gave out care bags to the homeless.
"We just want them to be aware, that there are people in the city of San Antonio that are missing,” said Margie Llamas. Margie’s mom Maria Llamas, is also listed as a missing person. No one has seen Maria Llamas since November of 2016.
Wednesday’s anniversary of Jordan’s disappearance was an emotional time for Jordan’s aunt Lisa Jackson.
"It feels like yesterday,” said Jackson. “I can't say Jordan's name without getting emotional, because I feel like more should be done, and I feel like sometimes, it's not being done."
In honor of the anniversary, other families with missing loved ones gathered downtown to be together.
"It's not just Jordan,” said Jackson. “It’s all of us.”
After an emotional prayer, the group handed out care bags to the homeless. Within each bag, there was also a flyer with a picture of many of the missing loved ones.
"We just ask for your help, and help us look,” said Llamas while handing out a care bag to a homeless person. “If you hear anything, just call.”
An act of kindness on the anniversary of Jordan’s disappearance, that families hope could bring answers.
"No one is to be forgotten,” said Jackson. “If we have to get out here, and pitch in, and get everybody involved, then that's what we're doing. These people matter."