Kenneth James Schmit
 
North American Missing Persons Network
 
Kenneth James Schmit

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Above Images: Schmit


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: September 22, 1966 from St. Walburg, Saskatchewan
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date Of Birth: December 6, 1933
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 154 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Hazel
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Male
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Black, horn-rimmed glasses.
  • Clothing: A white shirt, black pants, and a wine
    coloured cardigan.
  • AKA: Jimmy
  • Case Number: 2006-985046


  • Details of Disappearance
    On September 22, 1966, Kenneth Schmit was last seen at 10:30 p.m. leaving a residence in St. Walburg, SK, about 100 kilometres southwest of Meadow Lake. On 21st September 1966 Schmit travelled from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, to North Battleford, Saskatchewan.

    He telephoned his wife that day and advised her that he was going fishing with a friend, Horace Green, and that he was going to look into the purchase of a new car. Green and Schmit had travelled to Saint Walburg to the home of a Mr. Romphf, arriving there around 6:00 p.m. on 22nd September. Arguments developed between Schmit and Romphf and Schmit left the home of Romphf that evening around 10:00 o’clock. He has not been seen or heard of since that date. Money had been forwarded by Schmit’s mother to Schmit at a bank in North Battleford to assist in the purchase of a car but the money was never claimed by Schmit.

    Numerous searches of the area were conducted, however, Mr. Schmit was not located.

    At the time, Schmit was a barrister and solicitor, practicing in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

    He maintained an account at a Canadian chartered bank, was in possession of several credit cards when he went missing, and no cheques have been cashed on the bank account nor have the credit cards been used.


    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    F Division RCMP
    (306) 975-5153


    Source Information
    National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains
    Case Law Canada