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Husband of missing Signal Mountain mother fired from job

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SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, HAMILTON COUNTY (WRCB) - The husband of a missing woman has been fired from his job at Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Matthew Palmgren had been on paid leave ever since his wife Gail disappeared on April 30th.

Eyewitness News confirms, through his attorney, he was terminated Tuesday.

But Matthew Palmgren's attorney won't say why, only that it's not related to Gail's disappearance.

Gail Palmgren has been missing since April 30, when a neighbor saw her drive away from her home in her 2010 Jeep Rubicon. Palmgren's Alabama license plate reads "EAZY ST".

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Gail Palmgren or who may have spotted Palmgren's Jeep are asked to call the Signal Mountain Police Department at 423-886-2123 or your local law enforcement agency.

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