TXEQ In Action Archive
Texas EquuSearch is asking that everyone please keep our Florida team members, and all others in the affected storm areas in your prayers during, and after the devastating results of Hurricane Irma. We pray they remain safe, and are spared any significant loss.
David Lohr, writer for the Huffington Post, has been in Texas covering Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. He sat down with Tim Miller, Founder and Director of Texas EquuSearch, to discuss his recent rescue of his family. Additionally, he shot a video of Odie and Michelle Odenwalder, long-time members’ still-flooded home. Finally, he spoke with
08/23/17 — Due to the weather conditions forecasted for the next several days; the ATV Training & Safety class that was scheduled for Saturday – August 26th 2017 at Sagemont Church has been CANCELLED. We don’t want to place our searchers in any jeopardy trying to attend this class, so the class will be re-scheduled
We would like to thank Keith Mercado, Elizabeth Atchison, Domino Taylor, Debi Hart, Rhonda McCracken Castro, Kathy Gray, Kevin Cotter and Sherry McKinney for being on the Steering Committee to organize Keith’s Kemah Bay Day, which benefited Texas EquuSearch. We would also like to thank all of the Texas EquuSearch volunteers who worked on the
09/07/17 — Please see updated flyer with change of venue. We are still in need of sponsors and attendees. Please consider attending this fabulous event, and supporting Texas EquuSearch. All funds raised go directly to Texas EquuSearch. 07/06/17 — As you may already know BBCSO, Inc. is a grass roots service organization which is based
Keith Mercado is hosting his 5th Annual Kemah Bay Day — this year’s event is benefiting Texas EquuSearch. This is a free family event. There will be fishing from a 200-foot fishing pier, food for 300 provided by Crazy Alan’s Swamp Shack and Landry’s. Live music performed by Royal Flush from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00
For Texas EquuSearch Members: The Texas State Anthropology Center (FACTS) in San Marcos, Texas is offering a special one-day workshop for our members called “Identifying Human from Non-Human Bone.” This is a hands-on workshop designed to educate law enforcement, medicolegal death investigators, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates on the differences between human and non-human bone