Carriages can provide a traditional farewell tribute to your loved one.
The distinctive maroon and black carriage will carry the casket through
the cemetary enroute to the final resting place.
This carriage will be driven by a coachman attired in frock coat, top
hat, boots, and breeches.
Contact us for more information on this tastefully done service.
for James Shelhorse, founder for the Fredericksburg, VA Police
driving Tom & Digger
at Fort Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
for Shawnie Powell
Shawnie loved the color red so all the attendees were asked
to wear red.
Bob Caswell who was driving Tom and Digger to the funeral
bier wore a red frock coat and the horses were braided and
flagged in red, and wore red tail bows.
A very colorful and special send off for Ms Powell.
The funeral procession
of Bishop C.L.Long
at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery in Suitland, MD
John Moore is driving
Tom and Digger.
of Dr. Arthur Goldberg
at Judean Gardens in Olney, Md.
Dr. Goldberg was a reenactor so the carriage caisson was very
appropriate for his funeral.
by Alan B. Fisher
Procession of Inita Jackson
resident of Eastgate, Inita Jackson, worked hard for years to
accomplish the granting of The HUD Hope VI Redevelopment Grant
for Eastgate Gardens. The old housing development was demolished
and is being replaced by new housing for 269 families at 51st
Street & E St., SE in Washington, DC . Miss Inita's family
wished her to have a final tour of the almost completed project
at her funeral. Her casket covered in flowers was driven around
the area by John Moore driving Dempsey & Karry. Horses were
braided in black with black plumes on their bridles.
Board President and Founding Member of
Eastgate Redevelopment Assn, Inc.
information, please call:
Meadow Acres Farm
14488 Weeping Willow Lane
Brandy Station, Virginia 22714-2344
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