Still Looking for A.W.

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Steed family continues 1986 search for missing father, husband

  • A.W. Steed poses for a photo in front of Steed Tractor and Equipment in Emory in the mid-1980s. Courtesy
    A.W. Steed poses for a photo in front of Steed Tractor and Equipment in Emory in the mid-1980s. Courtesy
  • Gary Steed, son of missing A.W. Steed, stands in the converted tractor barn where A.W. used to tinker. Gary and A.W. were co-workers at Steed Tractor and Equipment, and Gary says his father would not have just walked off without notice. He has been searching for answers for 36 years. Staff photo by Taylor Nye
    Gary Steed, son of missing A.W. Steed, stands in the converted tractor barn where A.W. used to tinker. Gary and A.W. were co-workers at Steed Tractor and Equipment, and Gary says his father would not have just walked off without notice. He has been searching for answers for 36 years. Staff photo by Taylor Nye
  • A makeshift memorial for A.W. Steed his family is on their property at Lake Fork. Without his body, A.W.'s family cannot give him a burial or funeral. Staff photo by Taylor Nye
    A makeshift memorial for A.W. Steed his family is on their property at Lake Fork. Without his body, A.W.'s family cannot give him a burial or funeral. Staff photo by Taylor Nye
When detectives in Williamson County identified 31-year-old remains as missing Sulphur Springs teen Sue Ann Huskey, Jennifer Steed Adams wanted to remind residents that another Sulphur Springs citizen is missing. Her grandfather, A.W. Steed, has not been seen since Aug. 31, 1986. That mild labor day weekend, the Steed family was planning a camp-out at A.W. ‘s parents’ property in Alba on Lake…

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