A woman missing from Madison, Wisconsin is said to have been dealing with the loss of her father and step-father before her disappearance. Kelly Nolan, a 22-year-old University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student, has been missing for two weeks. She vanished on June 23 while out with her friends who were bar hopping in downtown Madison. Her sister, April, says the two have been grieving over the deaths of their stepmother who died in May and their father who died last year.

Nolan is described as a pleasant person and good student who liked sports, was fun-loving, and creative. However, she has had her share of troubles. She was convicted of drunk driving twice in the last three years. Her driver’s license was suspended, and she served 14 days in the Walworth County Jail after her second offense. She had planned to work in Madison for the summer at the Orpheum Lobby Restaurant. She worked there for a week in June but was fired the Wednesday before she disappeared. The owner said she did not have enough experience for the job.

Nolan’s physical description includes brown eyes and brown hair. She is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 125 pounds. On the night she disappeared she was wearing a green sleeveless top with a scoop neck, a light pair of jeans and sandals with a heel and was carrying a slate gray purse. Friends and family spent their Fourth of July passing out fliers at Elver Park to try to get exposure about Kelly’s disappearance. On Tuesday, they offered a reward for anyone with more information about her, but an amount has not been specified.

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