Kadance Hooper Wiki – Kadance Hooper Bio
Kadance Ciera Hooper, an Alabama mother who disappeared with her two children on February 16 and police have expressed concern that she could endanger their lives as well as her own.
They went missing from New Brockton, a small town in Coffee County located in the southeastern part of the state.
She is 29 years old.
Kadance Hooper Missing
On Tuesday, Kadance Ciera Hooper picked up her 6-year-old son, Hollister Lee Hooper, from New Brockton Elementary. She then left with Hollister and her 1-and-a-half-year-old son Thomas Reagan Hooper.
WDHN has been told she has apparently disconnected her phone, making it hard to track.
We were also told she took two handguns before leaving. Hooper is five feet seven inches tall and weighs around 150 lbs.
She has brown hair and brown eyes and is said to be driving a 2017 Nissan Rogue with an Alabama license plate numbered NYD337, according to a Facebook post made by a family member.
Hollister has red hair and brown eyes and is missing his two front teeth. Thomas has blonde hair and blue eyes.
Her husband Steven Hooper wrote on Facebook that he and other family members have been trying to get in touch with her without any luck.
In response to a question about where Kadance Hooper may have taken the children, Steven Hooper responded, “No one knows.
They have had no contact whatsoever with any friends or family members. The phone has been off since Tuesday. No family, no friends, and no school contact.”
Her older son, Hollister Lee Hooper, is 6-years-old. He has red hair and brown eyes. He is about four feet tall and about 45 pounds.
His father added on Facebook that Hollister is currently missing his two front teeth.
The younger child is Thomas Reagan Hooper. He will be 2-years-old in June. Thomas has blonde hair and blue eyes.
Officials have not yet publicly shared any clues as to where Hooper may have gone. A search of online records suggests she could have family in Arkansas.
Hooper’s father, Benjamin Edward Etzkorn Jr., passed away in May 2016. According to his obituary, he lived in Barling, Arkansas.
The obituary mentioned Hooper and her son Hollister but did not reference Hooper’s mother.
Hooper’s grandfather, Benjamin Etzkorn Sr., passed away in March 2020. Kadance Hooper and her husband Steven were both mentioned in the obituary.
The obit noted that Etzkorn Sr. had 10 grandchildren.