Family waits as search continues for NC Teacher missing in Mexico| WFAE

Patrick Braxton-Andrew (second from left) with his father, Gary Andrew; mother Jean Braxton; and brother Kerry during a previous family trip.
Patrick Braxton-Andrew (second from left) with his father, Gary Andrew; mother Jean Braxton; and brother Kerry during a previous family trip. (Thanks to the Braxton-Andrew family for the photo)

Patrick Braxton-Andrew’s family describes him as a world traveler, fluent in Spanish, who would rather spend a few days off in Latin America than stay at home.  Two weeks ago, the 34-year-old teacher at the private Woodlawn School, near Davidson, flew to Chihuahua, in north central Mexico. On Oct. 28, he went for a walk wearing sandals and possibly carrying a book. He hasn’t been heard from since. With the search continuing , his family talked to me for this story on WFAE last week, offering new details about his disappearance and appealing for more help.

A gathering for Patrick is planned Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, at 3 p.m. on the Davidson Village Green. Details on Facebook.

LISTEN AND READ MORE: Nov. 8, 2018, WFAE.org, “Family Waits As Search Continues For NC Teacher Missing In Mexico”

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