At least, that is what we think. Awhile back, the theme that we used on this site was discontinued by WordPress and replaced with a new theme. We had the option to change, but remained with the updated version.
We have just (very) recently noticed that our FAQ page was no longer part of the site, and while preparing to update some links, we realized that the page “About Us” was now labeled “About” and was, in fact, the generic about page that comes with a standard WordPress template.
We do not know for certain when the changes occurred or if they happened at the same time, so it is just an assumption on our part that this happened when the template for the site change; and assumption based in part upon the fact that a generic “about” page appeared on the site.
Our technical “staff” has copies of the pages cached on an external hard drive, so they will be restored soon. We are, however, planning on taking the time to update some of the information in the process, so it may be just a bit before they are in place.
The generic about page has been removed. We also noticed that a couple of previous posts (below) failed to publish, but when we re-published them, they appeared to publish on the original publication dates. We have not yet discovered any other posts that have not appeared, but if you are interested, you might browse the posts periodically to see if any have appeared to have published in the past.
Questions about this process can be addressed to Jim Havron, email@example.com.