Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Champagne, a Spokane resident, called her parents during a visit to Washington, D.C., on March 9, 1993, they never heard from her again. Belgian-born Champagne came to Spokane in 1990 with her husband, Kevin Kyllo, who was stationed at Fairchild Air Force Base while serving in the Air Force. The two met and married while he was stationed in Belgium, lived more than three years in Germany, then came to Spokane. They divorced in November 1992. Champagne was a skilled, tough soccer player who played at the national level in Belgium. She liked to cook and worked as a chef, with waitressing jobs on the side. She didn't use drugs and seldom drank. She liked to ride motorcycles. Champagne was reported missing in September 1993 by another man, her former live-in boyfriend, who told police they had broken up about six months earlier. On Sept. 8, 1993, nearly six months after her family had last heard from her, he filed the missing person report, but explained that he had not spoken to Champagne since their breakup March 17, 1993.
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Spokane Police Department
Washington State Missing Persons