Updated 03/02/2006 10:44 PM
Anniversary of Lyall's disappearance
It's been eight years since SUNY Albany Student Suzanne Lyall disappeared without a trace from the University campus.
She was last seen March 2, 1998 getting off a bus at the uptown campus.
Since her disappearance her family has helped organize New York State Missing Person's Day. The same day as Suzanne's birthday.
Her parents said every day is difficult, but they never lose hope.
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Mary Lyall said, "Hopefully there's going to be that one lead, that one person who's feeling like, you know, we finally need closure. We really do. As you move on in your life, it's so difficult to not have the closure."
The Lyall's have also started the Center for Hope; a place where anyone with a missing person can go for support.