Dallas-based executive director of the global accounting firm KPMG was found dead this week near a local college, more than six months after his disappearance, police confirmed on Friday.
James Allen White, 55, has not been seen since Oct. 22, when he left the gym around 6 a.m., authorities said. His image was captured on video surveillance footage from a gas station near his house, FOX 4 reported in Dallas-Fort Worth.
His body was found less than a mile from where his Porsche jeep was located just a week after his disappearance.
Tim White, the dead man’s brother, said he thought there may have been a foul.
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Tim White told the WFAA that he was sure someone had information about what happened to his brother.
“Maybe finding his body would be an extra boost to get someone to speak out and face the person who did it,” he said.
Surveyors from Paul Quinn College in South Dallas called police on Thursday after finding White’s body in a wooded area on campus. White’s remains were positively identified on Friday. His death toll has not been determined, FOX 4 reported.
Tim White called his brother “very loving, very giving. He would do anything for anyone and it’s hard for me to understand why someone took his life.”
White’s husband, Rusty Jenkins, said he reported White missing when he did not return from training.
“When he didn’t come home at 6:45, I panicked,” Jenkins told the WFAA in November. “I got in the car at 7, driving the route back and forth, trying to find it. I was trying to find evidence of a wreck somewhere. I called the hospitals, I tried to find out if there was an unidentified John Doe in one of the hospitals, because no I knew if he had an ID card with him or not. ”
White’s mother, Maralu Craven, was on her way to Texas from Florida when she learned he was missing.
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“I never thought at the age of 82 that I would go to the police station for a son who never caused problems,” Craven told the WFAA last fall. “I have so many prayer warriors. And if it wasn’t for my faith in God, I would lose it right now.”