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A Dallas-based executive at global accounting firm KPMG was found dead near a local college this week, more than six months after he went missing, police confirmed on Friday.
James Alan White, 55, hadn’t been seen since October 22 when he left a fitness center around 6 a.m., authorities said. His picture was captured on surveillance footage from a gas station near his home, FOX 4 reported in Dallas-Fort Worth.
His body was found less than a mile from where his Porsche SUV was just a week after it disappeared.
Tim White, the dead man’s brother, said he believed foul play could have been involved.
“We’re relieved in many ways, but we’re not relieved either when that makes sense,” Tim White told WFAA-TV in Dallas. “A good emotion because we found it, a bad emotion because it completes the finality. I think someone is obviously responsible for our brother’s ultimate death.”
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Tim White told the WFAA he was sure someone had information about what happened to his brother.
“Maybe finding his body is the added urge to get someone to come forward and speak and bring whoever did this to justice,” he said.
Surveyors from Paul Quinn College in South Dallas called the police Thursday after they found White’s body in a wooded area on campus. White’s remains were clearly identified on Friday. His manner of death has not been determined, FOX 4 reported.
Tim White called his brother “very loving, very giving. He would do anything for anyone and that makes it difficult for me to understand why someone has taken their life.”
White’s husband, Rusty Jenkins, said he reported White missing when he didn’t come back from training.
“When he wasn’t home at 6:45 am, I panicked,” Jenkins told the WFAA in November. “I got in the car at 7:00 am, drove back and forth and tried to find it. I was trying to find evidence of a wreck somewhere. I called the hospitals and tried to find out if either one was wrong identified John Doe located hospitals because I didn’t know whether he had his ID with him or not. ”
White’s mother, Maralu Craven, was traveling to Texas from Florida when she found out he was missing.
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“When I was 82, I never thought I would go to the police station for a son who doesn’t cause any problems,” Craven told the WFAA last fall. “I have so many prayer warriors. And if I didn’t believe in God, I would lose it now.”