Alexis Gabe’s Family Plans a Memorial and Candlelight Vigil After Her Remains Are Located

A woman from East Bay who has been missing for months has been found dead. We told you last night at 11 p.m. that the body of Alexis Gabe, who was 24 years old, was found in a remote part of Amador County. Thursday in the town of Plymouth, because someone told the police about it.

“Very sad, very heartbreaking. I wish peace for her family now,” said Nicole Adams from Oakley. Alexis Gabe, a local woman who went missing, has been found. This is the news that almost everyone in Oakley feared would happen.

Alexis Gabe’s family said that they were making plans for a memorial service and a candlelight vigil. “I feel like a lot of us thought it was a possibility, there was hope that she was somewhere,” said Aby Cordon from Antioch.

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Gabe had been missing since January, and on Friday, officials said that they had found some of her remains. The 24-year-body old’s parts were found Thursday in the town of Plymouth in Amador County, and a forensic odontologist confirmed that they were those of the person.

Her father, Gwyn Gabe, wrote on Facebook that a celebration of life will be held in Oakley on Jan. 28, 2023 two days after the anniversary of the day she went missing a year earlier. Once the venue is set, the family will let everyone know, but they can only invite 250 people. Those who want to go to an event can reserve a spot once the organiser makes it.

They also have a candlelight vigil planned for Dec. 9 for the whole community. “I hope you can come pray with us. Alexis would appreciate your presence that night,” Gwyn Gabe’s post said.

Alexis Gabe hasn’t been seen since January 26. She was last seen leaving the home of her ex-boyfriend, Marshall Jones, in Antioch. Her car was found in Oakley, but she couldn’t be found.

Investigators say they were able to figure out that Jones drove to the area where Alexis’s body was found in the hours after she went missing. The trash bags Jones was seen carrying to his mother’s house were full of nasty things, which the police told the Gabe family.

Jones was killed by police in June when they went to a suburb of Seattle to get him. Alexis was looked for by a large number of people. The KlaasKids Foundation helped out with the work. In the 1990s, Polly Klaas, who was the founder’s own daughter, was killed.

“It’s a difficult time for the family. We need to keep them in our hearts. We hope they can move forward and honour Alexis’ life,” Klaas said. At a news conference on Monday morning, Oakley police will give more information.

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