Missing Tucson Symphony cellist is found safe

Posted on: October 15, 2015

“A member of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra who went missing months ago has been found, authorities said,” writes Michael Cooper in Tuesday’s (10/13) Tucson News Now (Arizona). “The Tucson Police Department on Tuesday reported Steven Brubaker has been located alive in another state. ‘Mr. Brubaker’s identity was confirmed and his family was notified,” the TPD said in a news release…. Brubaker was reported missing in late May after missing several commitments.” On Tuesday at the Tucson Symphony Orchestra Musicians Facebook page, Brubaker’s siblings Catherine, Marina, David, and Carol posted the following message: “We are relieved and thankful to pass on the news that Steven has been found and that he is alive. Steven has spent the last few days with family, and is now seeking medical treatment that we hope will lead him back to a healthy and peaceful life. Like many of you, we have questions about the circumstances that led to Steve’s sudden disappearance. It will take some time to process the information we have about his last few months. We wanted to let you all know this good news, and to thank you for your concern for Steven and our family.”

Posted October 15, 2015