Cunningham, who is a team lead with the CDC's Division of Population Health, has been sent to respond to numerous public health emergencies including the Ebola and Zika viruses, according to the agency's website. In fact almost all his personal belongings, including his vehicle and even his beloved dog were found inside his Atlanta-area home, according to WSB.
His parents told investigators it's unusual for Cunningham to not contact them. His cherished puppy Beau likewise was additionally left at the home, they included. "He simply doesn't do it".
The family said they have reached out to their contacts in the medical community to check hospitals and asked their friends to search parks.
Atlanta Police are holding Cunningham's phone as they investigate him as a missing person.
"Our last correspondence the week earlier was tied in with hanging out previously and going down to the VIP gathering and having fun", Carlos said.
"He has this pristine service record and background, and then he's also the guy you can call to help you move furniture or get together with you at a restaurant at the end of a long day", said Calloway, who also knew Cunningham from college and has maintained a close relationship with him over the years.
Cunningham is additionally noted for his support of the Atlanta people group, winning the Outstanding Atlanta grant in 2014 in acknowledgment of his "administration, initiative and accomplishments of Atlanta youthful experts". He was named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle's 40 under 40 a year ago. Accordingly, they said they have raised more than $20,000 as a reward for data that finds him.
"There has been an outpouring of love from his neighbors and the community, but my main focus is just that my son returns home", his mother Tia-Juana Cunningham said.
"Tim, in the event that you see any of this data please realize that you can return home", his mom included, talking specifically to her child. "We love and miss you. We just want you back in our arms".