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Community Efforts Lead to Safe Recovery of Brantford Mother, Eugenia Da Silva



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An extensive community effort culminated in the safe recovery of Eugenia Da Silva, a 44-year-old Brantford mother who had been missing for five days after leaving her funeral home job in Woodstock.

Da Silva’s disappearance prompted a widespread search campaign that saw the mobilization of concerned family members, friends, and volunteers across various regions including Hamilton, St. Catharines, London, and Haldimand-Norfolk.

In the midst of growing worry, several canvassing events were organized, covering multiple search zones extending from Brantford to Waterloo, as support continued to pour in.

Family and friends had expressed deep concern for Da Silva’s well-being leading up to her safe return home with no signs of foul play according to the Brantford Police Service.

Carla Cassone, Da Silva’s cousin, described her as a beloved individual known for her bubbly personality, kindness, and unwavering devotion to her family.

Sheldon Arruda, a close friend of the family, played a key role in coordinating search efforts that mobilized over 100 volunteers and garnered significant community support through social media platforms, notably Facebook.

Rachel Adams

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