HOUSTON – Texas EquuSearch founder and director Tim Miller will be discharged from the hospital on Thursday, according to his organization’s Facebook page.
“I am blessed beyond measure and cannot stress how enormously grateful I am to everyone, thank you,” Miller said.
Miller was hospitalized on Saturday, June 19, for a serious health condition that needed immediate attention.
Miller spoke to KPRC 2 Wednesday and said he was admitted to Memorial Hermann Memorial City Hospital with cardiac problems and has had three stints put in.
“We know that Tim’s health and well-being are of great concern to many of you, and he greatly appreciates each and every one of you,” the post read. “Please keep Tim, his family, and the amazing medical team in charge of his care, in your thoughts and prayers this week. Tim will have a short rehab period, but we expect him back up and working soon, doing what he does best, searching and returning loved ones to their families.”
Miller has been instrumental in multiple searches across the Houston area and the state as people search for family members. His own daughter, Laura Miller, disappeared in September 1984. She was found dead in the area known as the “Killing Fields.”
The group said Miller is now doing well after undergoing two procedures.