Texas Equusearch opens first Alabama chapter

Tim Miller, director and founder of Houston, Texas-based Texas Equusearch, is shown during the press conference announcing the opening of the search-and-rescue team’s first Alabama chapter on Saturday, Feb. 15, at Winfield Elementary School.

WINFIELD - Tim Miller, director and founder of Texas Equusearch, announced the foundation’s first Alabama chapter during a press conference on Saturday, Feb. 15, in the Winfield Elementary School auditorium.
Miller was joined by Texas Equusearch-Winfield Chapter President Hilda Smith, Winfield Police Chief Brett Burleson, Winfield Mayor Randy Price, Winfield Fire and Rescue Chief Alan Stovall, Beth Holloway, Angela Harris and District 17 State Rep. Tracy Estes, R-Winfield.
Miller founded the Houston, Texas-based search and recovery team in August 2000 with the purpose to provide volunteer horse-mounted search and recovery for missing individuals.
During his address, Miller explained that he was inspired to form the team after the abduction and murder of his daughter, Laura Miller, in north Galveston County, Texas, in 1984.


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