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June 16th UPDATE

As we continue to coordinate the search efforts this week, the family is requesting administrative and documentation assistance this week to assist with planning purposes/logistics. If you are available this week and are familiar with Rhodium Mapping Software or ERSI Collector, or have administrative skills, please email mccsearch15@gmail.com to confirm your admin/field team availability and […]

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Randy Charba

STATEMENT FROM THE CHARBA FAMILY: “We met with Hays County authorities and were informed that the body recovered on Saturday was that of our beloved son and brother, Randy Charba. While we as a family have only begun our grieving for Randy, we ask everyone to continue to support our efforts in finding the last […]

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T-Shirts for the Cause!

Team Wimberley! Show your support for the McComb, Carey, Charba and Schultz families. Through the purchase of these shirts, help us continue to support and raise money for these families. Proceeds will go to the ongoing search and rescue efforts being made by hundreds of volunteers searching for the family members still missing from the […]

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Update for Friday, June 5

Today marks our first day at our new HQ in San Marcos (3331 RR 12, San Marcos, TX 78666). We are still actively searching for Leighton McComb and Will and Randy Charba, and we are not giving up. We have a high-priority need for two types of volunteers: (1) people with experience in administration and […]

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New Search Headquarters

Effective today (Friday, June 5), we have moved our search headquarters to San Marcos! The address is: 3331 RR 12, San Marcos, TX 78666. Volunteers should report to suite 102 to check-in. We will no longer meet at the First Baptist Church in Wimberley, but thank the church for their generosity in sharing their space […]

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Update for Tuesday, June 2

We are continuing our search and recovery efforts for Randy and Will Charba and Leighton McComb. We still believe in miracles and are not giving up. We still need two types of volunteers: (1) people with experience in administration and volunteer coordination for disaster recovery and relief efforts, and (2) the people who have registered […]

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Sue McNeil Carey

STATEMENT FROM THE MCNEIL & CAREY FAMILIES “The McNeil-Carey families were together today at the First Baptist Church in Wimberley when authorities notified us that one of the bodies recovered Saturday was that of our beloved mother, sister and grandmother, Sue McNeil Carey. As sad as this discovery leaves us, we feel peace knowing that […]

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Laura & Andrew McComb

STATEMENT FROM THE SCHULTZ FAMILY: “The outpouring of love and support for our family has been inspiring. People who don’t even know Laura, Andrew and Leighton have spent countless hours searching and praying for them. It’s uplifting. The kindness and hard work of volunteers allows us to take Laura and Andrew home so we can […]

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Volunteer Instructions for Monday, June 1

Through the tremendous efforts of our volunteers, along with local authorities and professional search teams, we have collected invaluable data that is key to our recovery efforts. Now, we are moving to a smaller-scale, but highly targeted search operation. We will be contacting specific volunteers to continue the search tonight and tomorrow. Please note that […]

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Donation Drop-Off

If you’d like to donate items for displaced families in Wimberley, you can drop them off at: 200 Springtown Way, Suite 150 San Marcos, TX 78666

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