FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, Jan. 11, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — The body of Utah woman who went missing in Fort Lauderdale while she was on a business trip has been recovered, her husband has confirmed.
“Dear friends and family,” says a post from Kelly Glover’s husband, Adam Bremer, posted just after 11 a.m. Saturday. “It is with broken hearts we share that Kelly Glover’s body was found around 12 p.m. ET on January 11th.
“Investigation is ongoing. Funeral arrangements will be in Salt Lake City and announced when we have details.”
Kelly Glover, 37, was a project manager for CHG Healthcare in Midvale. Her husband, Adam Bremer, said Glover was staying at the Westin Hotel along with a friend on a work related assignment when she disappeared.
Bremer flew from Salt Lake City to Florida to help in the search efforts.
According to Bremer, his wife vanished about 2 a.m. when she was recorded by surveillance cameras as she walked from the hotel leaving her purse and cellphone behind.
Bremer said he and his wife communicated every morning and that when she didn’t respond to his text he became concerned.
“We text each other every morning,” Bremer wrote in a Facebook post. “I get up before her. I hadn’t heard from her by 9 a.m. I knew something was wrong, sent a few more, the second her friend called me I already knew.”
Officers from the Fort Lauderdale Police Department conducted a search of the area Friday but failed to turn up any clues as to Glover’s whereabouts.
They used dogs, divers and helicopters while combing the search area which included a large lake located in front of the hotel.
Another search was scheduled for Saturday.
No other details have been released concerning how or where Glover’s body was recovered.
Gephardt Daily will update this developing story as more information becomes available.