Sharepoint Foundation 2013 User field issue

Guys, I have an issue with Sharepoint Foundation 2013 site that we have created some custom workflows for. We have a couple required fields that we type in a users name and it automatically pulls up a user based on Active directory. once we choose that name
and then save the form. the field immediately becomes blank when i open the workflow item back up. I'm kind of at a loss. I've already totally hosed the server once and was forced to restore.  This seams to have started when we installed share point server
patch KB2881077 but i cannot uninstall or roll back the patch as there is no option to.
Thoughts?

If you're using SharePoint 2013 April 2013 CU or higher, this is a known issue where the People data is missing in Edit view. There is a separate issue that is resolved in the September 2014 CU:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2995905
Consider the following scenario:
You create a SharePoint 2013 list that contains a Person or Group (people picker) column.
You create or edit an item, and then you select a person whose name contains a comma in the Person or Group field.
In this scenario, the value of the Person or Group field is lost when you save the item. 
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    Thanks,
    Wendy
    Wendy Li
    TechNet Community Support

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    Trevor Seward
    Follow or contact me at...
    This post is my own opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opinion or view of Microsoft, its employees, or other MVPs.
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    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        8kh7 High     List does not exist.  The page you selected contains a list
    that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another user.<nativehr>0x81020026</nativehr><nativestack></nativestack> 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        aix9j High     SPRequest.GetListsWithCallback: UserPrincipalName=, AppPrincipalName=
    ,bstrUrl=http://sharepoint2013/manufacturing ,foreignWebId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 ,bstrListInternalName={2AFF3C93-B16A-4988-8718-18EFAB729E1B} ,dwBaseType=-1 ,dwBaseTypeAlt=-1 ,dwServerTemplate=-1 ,dwGetListFlags=0 ,dwListFilterFlags=4294967295
    ,bPrefetchMetaData=False ,bSecurityTrimmed=True ,bGetSecurityData=True ,bPrefetchRelatedFields=False 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: List does not exist.  The
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    webId, String strListName)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.ItemByInternalName(String strInternalName, Boolean bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.GetListById(Guid uniqueID, Boolean
    bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowManager.StartWorkflowElev(Object context, SPWorkflowAssociation association, DateTime elevationTimeUtc, SPWorkflowEvent startEvent, SPWorkflowRunOptions runOptions)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflo... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ...wAutostartEventReceiver.<>c__DisplayClass1.<AutoStartWorkflow>b__0(SPSite
    superUserSite, SPWeb superUserWeb)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.<>c__DisplayClass10.<RunWithSystemSiteAndWeb>b__f()     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.<>c__DisplayClass5.<RunWithElevatedPrivileges>b__3()    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities.SecurityContext.RunAsProcess(CodeToRunElevated secureCode)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(WaitCallback secureCode, Object param)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(CodeToRunElevated
    secureCode)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowAutostartEventReceiver.AutoStartWorkflow(SPItemEventProperties properties, Boolean bCreate, Boolean bChange, AssocType atyp)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPW... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ...orkflowAutostartEventReceiver.ItemAdded(SPItemEventProperties properties)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.RunItemEventReceiver(SPItemEventReceiver receiver, SPUserCodeInfo userCodeInfo, SPItemEventProperties properties, SPEventContext context, String receiverData)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.RunItemEventReceiverHelper(Object
    receiver, SPUserCodeInfo userCodeInfo, Object properties, SPEventContext context, String receiverData)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.<>c__DisplayClassa`1.<InvokeEventReceiver>b__7()     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.RunAsUser(SPUserToken
    userToken, Boolean bResetContext, WaitCallback code, Object param)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.InvokeEventReceiver[ReceiverType](SPUserToken userToken, Guid tranLockerId, RunEv... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ...entReceiver runEventReceiver, Object receivers, Int32 n, Object properties,
    SPEventReceiverOperationsType operationsType, Boolean& canceled, String& error)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.InvokeEventReceivers[ReceiverType](SPRemoteEventReceiverCallType remoteCallType, SPUserToken userToken, Guid
    tranLockerId, RunEventReceiver runEventReceiver, RunRemoteEventReceiver runRemoteEventReceiver, Object receivers, Object properties, Boolean checkCancel, SPEventReceiverOperationsType operationsType)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.InvokeEventReceivers[ReceiverType](SPRemoteEventReceiverCallType
    remoteCallType, Byte[] userTokenBytes, Guid tranLockerId, RunEventReceiver runEventReceiver, RunRemoteEventReceiver runRemoteEventReceiver, Object receivers, Object properties, Boolean... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
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    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.HandleEventCallback[ReceiverType,PropertiesType](Object callbackData)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities.SPThreadPool.WaitCallbackWrapper(Object state)     at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext
    executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)     at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)    
    at System.Threading.QueueUserWorkItemCallback.System.Threading.IThreadPoolWorkItem.ExecuteWorkItem()     at System.Threading.ThreadPoolWorkQueue.Dispatch()   72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
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     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected AutoStart Workflow: Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: List does not exist.  The page you selected contains a list that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another
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    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.GetListsWithCallback(String bstrUrl, Guid foreignWebId, String bstrListInternalName, Int32 dwBaseType, Int32 dwBaseTypeAlt, Int32 dwServerTemplate, UInt32 dwGetListFlags, UInt32 dwListFilterFlags, Boolean
    bPrefetchMetaData, Boolean bSecurityTrimmed, Boolean bGetSecurityData, Boolean bPrefetchRelatedFields, ISP2DSafeArrayWriter p2... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
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     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected ...DWriter, Int32& plRecycleBinCount)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.GetListsWithCallback(String bstrUrl, Guid foreignWebId, String bstrListInternalName,
    Int32 dwBaseType, Int32 dwBaseTypeAlt, Int32 dwServerTemplate, UInt32 dwGetListFlags, UInt32 dwListFilterFlags, Boolean bPrefetchMetaData, Boolean bSecurityTrimmed, Boolean bGetSecurityData, Boolean bPrefetchRelatedFields, ISP2DSafeArrayWriter p2DWriter, Int32&
    plRecycleBinCount)     --- End of inner exception stack trace ---     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPGlobal.HandleComException(COMException comEx)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.GetListsWithCallback(String
    bstrUrl, Guid foreignWebId, String bstrListInternalName, Int32 dwBaseType, Int32 dwBaseTypeAlt, Int32 dwServerTemplate, UInt32 dwGetListFlags, UInt32 dwList... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected ...FilterFlags, Boolean bPrefetchMetaData, Boolean bSecurityTrimmed, Boolean bGetSecurityData, Boolean bPrefetchRelatedFields, ISP2DSafeArrayWriter p2DWriter, Int32& plRecycleBinCount)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.EnsureListsData(Guid webId, String strListName)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.ItemByInternalName(String strInternalName, Boolean bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.GetListById(Guid
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    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowAutostartEventReceiver.<>c__DisplayClass1.<AutoStartWork... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.39* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected ...flow>b__0(SPSite superUserSite, SPWeb superUserWeb) 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
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     General                        8kh7 High     List does not exist.  The page you selected contains a list
    that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another user.<nativehr>0x81020026</nativehr><nativestack></nativestack> 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        aix9j High     SPRequest.GetListsWithCallback: UserPrincipalName=, AppPrincipalName=
    ,bstrUrl=http://sharepoint2013/manufacturing ,foreignWebId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 ,bstrListInternalName={2AFF3C93-B16A-4988-8718-18EFAB729E1B} ,dwBaseType=-1 ,dwBaseTypeAlt=-1 ,dwServerTemplate=-1 ,dwGetListFlags=0 ,dwListFilterFlags=4294967295
    ,bPrefetchMetaData=False ,bSecurityTrimmed=True ,bGetSecurityData=True ,bPrefetchRelatedFields=False 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: List does not exist.  The
    page you selected contains a list that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another user.<nativehr>0x81020026</nativehr><nativestack></nativestack>, StackTrace:    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.EnsureListsData(Guid
    webId, String strListName)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.ItemByInternalName(String strInternalName, Boolean bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.GetListById(Guid uniqueID, Boolean
    bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowManager.StartWorkflowElev(Object context, SPWorkflowAssociation association, DateTime elevationTimeUtc, SPWorkflowEvent startEvent, SPWorkflowRunOptions runOptions)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflo... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ...wAutostartEventReceiver.<>c__DisplayClass1.<AutoStartWorkflow>b__0(SPSite
    superUserSite, SPWeb superUserWeb)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.<>c__DisplayClass10.<RunWithSystemSiteAndWeb>b__f()     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.<>c__DisplayClass5.<RunWithElevatedPrivileges>b__3()    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities.SecurityContext.RunAsProcess(CodeToRunElevated secureCode)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(WaitCallback secureCode, Object param)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(CodeToRunElevated
    secureCode)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowAutostartEventReceiver.AutoStartWorkflow(SPItemEventProperties properties, Boolean bCreate, Boolean bChange, AssocType atyp)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPW... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ...orkflowAutostartEventReceiver.ItemAdded(SPItemEventProperties properties)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.RunItemEventReceiver(SPItemEventReceiver receiver, SPUserCodeInfo userCodeInfo, SPItemEventProperties properties, SPEventContext context, String receiverData)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.RunItemEventReceiverHelper(Object
    receiver, SPUserCodeInfo userCodeInfo, Object properties, SPEventContext context, String receiverData)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.<>c__DisplayClassa`1.<InvokeEventReceiver>b__7()     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurity.RunAsUser(SPUserToken
    userToken, Boolean bResetContext, WaitCallback code, Object param)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.InvokeEventReceiver[ReceiverType](SPUserToken userToken, Guid tranLockerId, RunEv... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ...entReceiver runEventReceiver, Object receivers, Int32 n, Object properties,
    SPEventReceiverOperationsType operationsType, Boolean& canceled, String& error)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.InvokeEventReceivers[ReceiverType](SPRemoteEventReceiverCallType remoteCallType, SPUserToken userToken, Guid
    tranLockerId, RunEventReceiver runEventReceiver, RunRemoteEventReceiver runRemoteEventReceiver, Object receivers, Object properties, Boolean checkCancel, SPEventReceiverOperationsType operationsType)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.InvokeEventReceivers[ReceiverType](SPRemoteEventReceiverCallType
    remoteCallType, Byte[] userTokenBytes, Guid tranLockerId, RunEventReceiver runEventReceiver, RunRemoteEventReceiver runRemoteEventReceiver, Object receivers, Object properties, Boolean... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     General                        ai1wu Medium   ... checkCancel, SPEventReceiverOperationsType operationsType)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEventManager.HandleEventCallback[ReceiverType,PropertiesType](Object callbackData)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities.SPThreadPool.WaitCallbackWrapper(Object state)     at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext
    executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)     at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)    
    at System.Threading.QueueUserWorkItemCallback.System.Threading.IThreadPoolWorkItem.ExecuteWorkItem()     at System.Threading.ThreadPoolWorkQueue.Dispatch()   72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected AutoStart Workflow: Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: List does not exist.  The page you selected contains a list that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another
    user. ---> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: List does not exist.  The page you selected contains a list that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another user.<nativehr>0x81020026</nativehr><nativestack></nativestack>    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.GetListsWithCallback(String bstrUrl, Guid foreignWebId, String bstrListInternalName, Int32 dwBaseType, Int32 dwBaseTypeAlt, Int32 dwServerTemplate, UInt32 dwGetListFlags, UInt32 dwListFilterFlags, Boolean
    bPrefetchMetaData, Boolean bSecurityTrimmed, Boolean bGetSecurityData, Boolean bPrefetchRelatedFields, ISP2DSafeArrayWriter p2... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected ...DWriter, Int32& plRecycleBinCount)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.GetListsWithCallback(String bstrUrl, Guid foreignWebId, String bstrListInternalName,
    Int32 dwBaseType, Int32 dwBaseTypeAlt, Int32 dwServerTemplate, UInt32 dwGetListFlags, UInt32 dwListFilterFlags, Boolean bPrefetchMetaData, Boolean bSecurityTrimmed, Boolean bGetSecurityData, Boolean bPrefetchRelatedFields, ISP2DSafeArrayWriter p2DWriter, Int32&
    plRecycleBinCount)     --- End of inner exception stack trace ---     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPGlobal.HandleComException(COMException comEx)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.GetListsWithCallback(String
    bstrUrl, Guid foreignWebId, String bstrListInternalName, Int32 dwBaseType, Int32 dwBaseTypeAlt, Int32 dwServerTemplate, UInt32 dwGetListFlags, UInt32 dwList... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected ...FilterFlags, Boolean bPrefetchMetaData, Boolean bSecurityTrimmed, Boolean bGetSecurityData, Boolean bPrefetchRelatedFields, ISP2DSafeArrayWriter p2DWriter, Int32& plRecycleBinCount)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.EnsureListsData(Guid webId, String strListName)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.ItemByInternalName(String strInternalName, Boolean bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListCollection.GetListById(Guid
    uniqueID, Boolean bThrowException)     at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowManager.StartWorkflowElev(Object context, SPWorkflowAssociation association, DateTime elevationTimeUtc, SPWorkflowEvent startEvent, SPWorkflowRunOptions runOptions)    
    at Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowAutostartEventReceiver.<>c__DisplayClass1.<AutoStartWork... 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42* w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Legacy Workflow Infrastructure 72fv Unexpected ...flow>b__0(SPSite superUserSite, SPWeb superUserWeb) 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a
    05/22/2013 11:20:04.42  w3wp.exe (0x2650)                        0x1C44 SharePoint Foundation        
     Monitoring                     b4ly High     Leaving Monitored Scope (Event Receiver (Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=15.0.0.0,
    Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c, Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow.SPWorkflowAutostartEventReceiver)). Execution Time=34.5889 72f31d9c-f516-a01c-8432-a7e38bed564a

    Any news on that issue ?
    I have exactly the same error...and I don't know how to solve it.

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