Family of mother missing since 2019 pleads for answers
The family of Tessie Temores is speaking out more than two years after she disappeared from South Mississippi.
More than 700 days have passed since the family of Tessie Temores last saw or heard from her. She was reported missing December 27th, 2019. Temores’ three oldest sons say they will never stop looking for their mom. “That’s my mama. This is a life we’re talking about. This is a woman who has seven kids that’s 39 years old and her kids need her. I fight to try and go to sleep, because i don’t know where my mom is. She could be laying somewhere thinking my son is going to come get me. I never gave up on him. He won’t give up on me.”
Temores lived in Escatawpa at the time of her disappearance, where she gave birth to her youngest child two months prior. Currently the investigation into her disappearance is ongoing. Her sons say they are desperate for information. “If we can get some type of information, like solid information, we’ll put up a reward for whatever it takes. Money is nothing.” “You can’t put a price on a mother’s love for her children.”
Jerrid, Dylan, and Nate say the hardest part is not knowing where their mom is. Going forward, the brothers say they will continue to tell their younger siblings about their mom, making sure they know how much she loves them. “Seeing how hard of a fighter she was, she never gave up, how strong, how big and how much love she had for her kids.” “No matter what the situation was or how bad it got, she was always there. At the end of the day, she was always there to care for us and tell us she loved us. She is an amazing mom.” “For me, every other weekend when i got to see her, no matter what was going on she brought us out to do something. We’d be out on the town watching a movie or doing something.”