Wilbur wondered if someone grabbed her sister from her front porch where she often goes to smoke. Her house, Mealy said, is located right off a major highway. Wilbur said her greatest hope is that whoever took Moyer will let her go.
Wilbur described her only sister as a social butterfly who loved to laugh. "She'll make friends with anybody," she said.
Poston said, "The word that everybody keeps using is 'sweet.'"
Moyer's daughters have been living full-time with their father since Moyer's disappearance, Wilbur said, and have been kept busy with activities, including sleepovers and camping trips.
"They're just trying to keep their lives normal," Wilbur said. "I'm not sure they realize how severe it is at this point."
Poston said Moyer had seemed particularly upbeat lately, grateful to have a job in the tough economy and in good spirits about her daughters and her friendship with her husband. "She was always in a good mood," she said.
For now, police said they'll keep interviewing and reinterviewing anyone who may have had a relationship with Nancy Moyer or interacted with her. And they're hoping that one day the phone will ring and it will be her.
"We're kind of stumped," Mealy said.