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It's about never forgetting the memories I have had with my grandpa. Although it is still a very hard situation to live with. He will never be forgotten. I love you grandpa Dale!

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Grandpa, I had a long conversation about you tonight with a friend and i just wanted to remind you, I've never stopped thinking about you! I love you and miss you more than anything!
♡ Taryn Robinson ♡

Everyone is welcomed to come! Come show your love and support!

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25 years ago was your 60th birthday party and I was brought to this family gathering to "meet the parents". I feel you gave me a gift that day as the first day of you being a part of my life. Thank you for being a great father in law and being there as a dad when I lost mine. Love you always.

Grandpa, there isn't a day that goes by I don't think about you ♡
Love you!
Taryn

Dec. 31 Report of truck found south of Sgt bluff in weedland area is not Dales truck.

The huffington post has added Dale on this link and to their live news feed airing 12/13/2013 5pm Et / 4 PM Ct. God is working. Let's all pray one or more of these loves may be found or information of their where abouts may be provided.

More than 600,000 men, women and children are reported missing in the United States each year. Please take a few moments to read about this week's missing people.
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Saturday November 23 is the Woodbury county recovery search for Dale. Any friends or family that would like to volunteer their time should contact Robert Robinson for his direction, and approval. The start time is 8am, with lunch provided later from courtesy of local donators.

Missing: DALE Robinson

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
For the Robinson family of Moville, Iowa, it's been a long and difficult 48-days of searching for their loved one, Dale, who went miss...ing on August 3rd.

Dale Robinson's family is speaking up. They want everyone to keep their eyes peeled for the 84-year-old man who suffers from Alzheimer's disease and went missing early last month.

"We had no idea he'd be gone this long. We thought maybe he'd just be wandering around Sioux City at Menard's or some place like that. We just had no idea it was going to go on for 48 days," Robert said.

Dale, who is from Moville, Iowa is 5-foot-6, weighs 116 pounds, stopped at a convenience store in Moville on August 3rd, and never returned. The last confirmed place he was spotted was Argosy parking lot on August 3rd. He was driving his dark maroon 2000 Ford F-150 Single cab pick-up. Iowa License plate number 870ZCF.

"There's nothing saying that he ever left this area, so we're hoping to still find him lost in Sioux City somewhere," Robert said.

The family says they've received unconfirmed tips that he's been spotted at museums in Council Bluffs and Missouri Valley. They've followed all leads, but still haven't had any luck.

"It's very emotional. It's very frustrating. The emotions are just up and down, not knowing where he is, if he's okay. There were a lot of roadblocks for us during this process of trying to find Dale," Patti said.

Like, not being able to use the amber alert system.

"His body's a certain age, but with Alzheimer's his mind isn't," Robert said.

After his dad's disappearance, Robert got connected with the Alzheimer's Association. But, he wishes he'd known about the organization before Dale left.

"We could have put a tracking device on his truck, so then that way, knowing that he took his truck, they could have helped us locate it, which would have bettered the odds of finding him with it," Robert said.

Now, the family hopes other families can learn from their hardship.

"Even if you don't see Dale, you might have found somebody else's parent or grandparent that has Alzheimer's, so please keep looking," Patti said.

Dale's son says the family needs help from the public. If you have ANY information, contact The Woodbury County Sheriff's Office.

Dale's relatives have been asked to speak to congress about issuing amber alerts for missing elderly people.

They say they are considering this idea, but are focused on the search right now.

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
For the Robinson family of Moville, Iowa, it's been a long and difficult 48-days of searching for their loved one, Dale, who went missing on August 3rd.

Dale Robinson's family is speaking up. They want everyone to keep their eyes peeled for the 84-year-old man who suffers from Alzheimer's disease and went missing early last month.

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"We had no idea he'd be gone this long. We thought maybe he'd just be wandering around Sioux City at Menard's or some place like that. We just had no idea it was going to go on for 48 days," Robert said.

Dale, who is from Moville, Iowa is 5-foot-6, weighs 116 pounds, stopped at a convenience store in Moville on August 3rd, and never returned. The last confirmed place he was spotted was Argosy parking lot on August 3rd. He was driving his dark maroon 2000 Ford F-150 Single cab pick-up. Iowa License plate number 870ZCF.

"There's nothing saying that he ever left this area, so we're hoping to still find him lost in Sioux City somewhere," Robert said.

The family says they've received unconfirmed tips that he's been spotted at museums in Council Bluffs and Missouri Valley. They've followed all leads, but still haven't had any luck.

"It's very emotional. It's very frustrating. The emotions are just up and down, not knowing where he is, if he's okay. There were a lot of roadblocks for us during this process of trying to find Dale," Patti said.

Like, not being able to use the amber alert system.

"His body's a certain age, but with Alzheimer's his mind isn't," Robert said.

After his dad's disappearance, Robert got connected with the Alzheimer's Association. But, he wishes he'd known about the organization before Dale left.

"We could have put a tracking device on his truck, so then that way, knowing that he took his truck, they could have helped us locate it, which would have bettered the odds of finding him with it," Robert said.

Now, the family hopes other families can learn from their hardship.

"Even if you don't see Dale, you might have found somebody else's parent or grandparent that has Alzheimer's, so please keep looking," Patti said.

Dale's son says the family needs help from the public. If you have ANY information, contact The Woodbury County Sheriff's Office.

Dale's relatives have been asked to speak to congress about issuing amber alerts for missing elderly people.

They say they are considering this idea, but are focused on the search right now.

See More

One month has passed and we are still praying for your safe return..miss and love you dad.

Still hoping & praying for a safe return from my grandfather!!