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TEXAS EQUUSEARCH Overview
The Texas EquuSearch Mounted Recovery Team was started in August 2000, with a purpose to provide volunteer horse mounted search and recovery for lost and missing persons. The Team was started in the North Galveston County area of Texas because of the high incidence of missing persons in the largely undeveloped area of South Harris and North Galveston Counties. With this in mind, the team's existence and purpose are dedicated to the memory of Laura Miller, a young woman abducted and murdered in North Galveston County in 1983. Laura was the daughter of our director. We also work to educate the community and it's children on the dangers that exist in our homes, schools and neighborhoods. We finger print children several times a year, and offer informative speakers from groups like the FBI and area police departments to educate parents and adults at school functions and our monthly meetings which are open to the public.Our organization serves citizens throughout Texas and America, and not just a certain demographic because abductions and endangered missing cases can happen to any family for any reason, these types of crimes do not discriminate on sex, color, or financial status - it can happen to anyone.
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As both volunteer and donor, I know firsthand that Equusearch exists for one purpose only: to find missing loved ones and bring them home to their families. As a professional, ethical and compassionate search and recovery organization, in 14 years, TES has become an internationally known nonprofit ...
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A dear friend of mine's son went missing for over a month. The police took the missing person's report but was really not able to help much from that point. When Texas Equusearch got involved it took only a matter of days before his son's body was found. Though it had a tragic ending, at least ...
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I lost my 21 year old son, Matthew Arzate, in a drowning at Canyon Lake, TX in 2011. Texas Equusearch was the only group of volunteers that never left our side. I can't explain the needed support of such a great team that stood there with us from morning to dawn everyday looking for my son. The ...
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