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Originally published March 24, 2014 at 8:31 PM | Page modified March 25, 2014 at 3:39 PM

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List of missing

Here is a list of people whose family members have told The Seattle Times or The Associated Press that they are missing.


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22 names. I thought there were 170+ missing. MORE

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Dozens of people are believed missing after Saturday’s mudslide, but authorities have not released any names.

Here is a list of people whose family members have told The Seattle Times or The Associated Press that they are missing.

• Thomas Satterlee, Marcy Satterlee and Delaney Webb, Steelhead Drive.

• Billy Spillers; Jovan Mangual, 13; Kaylee Spillers, 5; and Brooke Spillers, 2, 31005 Steelhead Drive.

• Summer Raffo, 36. She was driving on Highway 530.

• Joseph R. Miller, 47, 31009 Steelhead Dr.

• Tom Durnell, 65, 30923 Steelhead Dr.

• Amanda Lennick, 31325 E. Steelhead Dr.

• Bill Welsh, Arlington, a contractor working in the Steelhead Drive neighborhood.

• Steve Hadaway, 53, Darrington, a satellite-dish technician working in the Steelhead Drive neighborhood.

• Stephen Neal, 55, Darrington, a contractor working in the Steelhead Drive neighborhood.

• Christina Jefferds, Sanoah Huestis, 4 months, 30822 Steelhead Dr.

• Brandy Ward, 58, 30801 Steelhead Dr.

• Shelley Bellomo, 55, and Jerry Logan, 31227 E. Steelhead Dr.

• John Regelbrugge, 49, and Kris Regelbrugge, 44, 30929 Steelhead Dr. (Confirmed missing by NBC news).

• Linda McPherson, 69, 29020 Highway 530, has been confirmed dead by emergency officials.



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