"On December of 2005 we lost our only son to a tragic accident. The night before the services we received a call from Eric in which he wanted to honor our son by taking him to the cemetery after the church services on his horse drawn wagon. We were most honored to know he wanted to do this for us and our son. It meant so much to us and to this day we will never forget how we felt when we saw him in the horse drawn wagon. That was one way our son would have liked to have gone to his resting place. It affected my husband that days later he dreamed and he saw our son going into heaven on the horse drawn carriage, he was so happy."
Frances C. Quintana
"My Great Uncle was a cowboy from cradle to grave and to have him carried to his final resting place in a horse drawn wagon by a pair of draft horses was the only way for him to go. The team and wagon were beautiful and made the event unique and special. It was the perfect touch for a man who rode horses and died with his boots on."