The families of Dean and Tina Linn Clouse, along with investigative genealogy provider, FHD Forensics have established a special fund for the DNA testing of John, Jane, and Infant Does to empower genetic genealogy investigations.
Dean and Tina were discovered in a wooded area in Houston in January 1981 and remained a John and Jane Doe for over 40 years. They were identified using forensic genetic genealogy in October, 2021. At that time, a national search for their missing infant daughter was launched by the families. With the discovery of Holly Marie alive and well in June, 2022, the Clouse-Casasanta and Linn families now turn to helping other unidentified crime and accident victims.
They want to help other families affected by lost loved ones who are waiting to be identified. They want to share HOPE.
Intermountain Forensics is the collaborative laboratory partner for FHD Forensics, a genealogical consultancy for law enforcement. 100% of your tax-deductible donation made on this page will go towards the cost of DNA testing for unidentified remains cold cases.