Eliza Fletcher, a Tennessee teacher whose grandfather, Joseph Orgill III, was one of the leaders of equipment distributor Orgill Inc. in Memphis, was kidnapped. in early hours of Friday morning while jogging near the university of memphis campus, Sun reports. Daily Beast reached out to university of Memphis for comment.
While Fletcher total net worth it is unclear if she is the heir to the Orgill Inc. fortune; as of 2020 business is worth over $3.2 billion and ranks 143rd. on in Forbes list of largest in America private companies. Daily Beast reached out at Orgill Inc. for comment.
Fletcher, who preschool teachers were reported to have been exercising around 4:30. in morning on Friday when the attackers in dark SUV pulled up and forcibly drove her into car. She reportedly went missing around 7 a.m., and while searching the scene, police officers found Fletcher’s broken mobile phone and abandoned water bottle.
Her family offers $50,000 reward Any information what can be provided about her whereabouts. Fletcher is married mother of two: her Instagram account is wall-to-wall showcase of her husband and two sons.
Fletchers also member of Second Presbyterian Church in Tennessee, which released a statement about the kidnapping via Facebook: Please join us in pray for Lisa’s safety and what will she be found soon. Please also pray for her family. Sanctuary open for pray until the end of the day.”