Family baffled in club boss disappearance
A 9:30am weekday phone call to his mother and a drive to his vacation house at Wintergreen are about the only clues in the Wednesday disappearance of prominent developer and country club president Michael Comer.
What initially looked like a simple search for a hiker took a bizarre twist the following evening when officials indicated they no longer think that the missing Glenmore Country Club president and former Kessler Group project manager would be found at Wintergreen Resort where the 45-year-old Comer allegedly went missing July 1.
NBC29 reports that the search has ceased and broadcast a subsequent report in which brother-in-law Jeff Gaffney expresses the family pain and puzzlement that Comer's car, keys, and cellphone were found at Wintergreen.
Comer isn't just an employee in the Kessler/Glenmore empire. He is married to Kandi Kessler Comer, a daughter of the late Frank Kessler and a former professional tournament golfer who operates her own golf school at Glenmore. The couple reportedly met on the Futures Tour, a sort of minor league in the LPGA.
–-originally posted July 3 at 5:57am under the headline, "Mystery deepens in club boss disappearance"