The 11-day search to find Frank Goldberg has turned into a dogged one for her family and friends, who struggled through Christmas without her. Now, they hope their exhaustive plea through social media and hiring a private investigator on the day before Christmas, will help find her.
Still, the family and friends of the widely known member of the local Lesbian Gay Bixexual and Transgender community, refuse to give up hope that Frank, 36, also known as Aimee Goldberg when she grew up in the Southtowns, is safe somewhere.
On Thursday, her family acknowledged she had “a hard re-entry” here emotionally, when she returned to Buffalo for a holiday visit after having moved to Portland, Ore., in late August. “Frank was in a very difficult place, personally, on Monday night” when she went missing Dec. 16, said her sister, Harmony Goldberg.