Ellen Beth Wruble Greenberg
Missing since – June 24th, 2015
Missing from – Lower Nazareth, Pennsylvania
- Ellen Beth Wruble Greenberg
- 42 yrs. old
- green eyes
- dark (a wig) hair
- 5’3″ tall
- 125 lbs.
- Ellen ‘s right arm is non-functional, and she walks with a limp due to brain surgery. Her expressive speech is hesitant and she has word-finding difficulties, also a result of her brain tumors and surgeries. She wears a dark wig, although her natural hair is quite gray. Although she is 42, she looks much younger. Wears a black brace on her right leg , and has had seizures in the past. These are controlled very well with medication, but we don’t know if she is taking her meds at this point.
- last seen on – 06/24/2015 dressed in a Hard Rock Cafe T-shirt, jeans and black sneakers.
- last seen in or around -Lower Nazareth, PA
- Ellen is Unable to drive
Ellen Beth (Wruble) Greenberg has been missing since 6/24/15. She was last seen at Northampton Community College and LIFE Church in Lower Nazareth, Pa. We don’t know how she got to the college, but we do know some woman gave her a ride to the church. She was disoriented and gave a false name (Allison or Alyssa)and said she didn’t want help from the Pastor or police. She had been living with her parents in Bethlehem, Pa.,but hoped to move into her own apt. with support services from parents and agencies. We feel she would find it very difficult to be completely alone, and that she must have found her way to a shelter or an individual offering to help her.
She had been an elementary teacher, but had to give it up when suffering neurological symptoms. Was currently working at Panera Bread in the Airport Shopping Center, Allentown, Pa. where she loved the customers and offered great customer service.
UPDATE 08/02/15 – Search conducted on Ellen’s Birthday –
If you have seen Ellen Beth (Wruble) Greenberg or think you know where she may be,
please contact –
Police detective Hammer from the Colonial Regional Police in Bethlehem, Pa. Phone 610-861-4820.
Officers Byrd and Young have also been involved (same force)
A volunteer group called WolfPack Search and Recovery have also been searching and coordinating activities with the Colonial Police. Jim Wilkens is head of this group and can be reached at 484-894-1635
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