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A Montgomery County man told his family he was going to the store for a drink, but he never came home.
Pat Loveall left his Mt. Sterling home Friday evening but hasn't been seen since, and his family is now taking action. They've contacted the Montgomery County Sheriff's Department, and they are now making fliers, posting them at area businesses.
Michele Loveall, his wife, says her husband had been distraught recently over his mother's death in October.
"He's been showing bizarre behavior the last few weeks," says Loveall. "He had trouble dealing with his mother's passing."
But she says her husband never left home like this before, and he'd never leave his children behind.
"I'm crushed," says Loveall. "My kids and our kids are wanting to know where daddy is."
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Department has a missing persons report on file but doesn't suspect foul play. However, Loveall's family says they won't give up on their search.
Pat Loveall was last in his red Dodge 2005, extended cab pickup truck, with Florida license plate E410BD.
"If you see Pat, tell him his family wants him to come home," says Loveall.