by Jennifer ReeceReporterHudson -- Workers at Allstate Insurance are continuing to hope that co-worker Jessie Davis will be found soon.Davis is employed in the Hudson risk management business center of Executive Parkway, which assists agents with questions regarding insurance coverage, company officials confirmed. Allstate representatives would not say how long she worked there, but CNN reported that she has worked there for 18 months."We're all heartbroken about it," fellow Allstate worker Chris Montes said.Montes said although she didn't know Davis, everyone at work is keeping her in their thoughts. Montes said employees organized a drive for Jesse's 2-year-old son, Blake. Co-workers were collecting diapers, toys and clothing for the young child to help the family during a difficult time, Montes explained.Allstate spokesperson Nicole Alley said employees have expressed concern for Jessie.Allstate employs 1,500 at its Executive Parkway facility."We've had Allstate counselors on site for employees," Alley said. "Employees yesterday [June 20] did have a moment of silence in the hopes of a safe return for Jessie. Our thoughts are with Jessie and her family."Alley said several employees have taken advantage of the counseling."The most important thing right now is focusing on her safe return," Alley said.Editor's note: Reece is a reporter for the Hudson Hub-Times.E-mail: jreece@recordpub.comPhone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3145