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Tombstone Hearse owners are leaders in their region.
"The funeral director of yesterday was more of an order-taker, today, he's expected to be an event planner." Doug Hernan, executive editor of FuneralWire.comRead article Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brunswick Memorial Home New Jersey
BRUNSWICK MEMORIAL HOME is proud to have assembled the finest Care Team in the industry. Our directors and support staff have long been recognized as leaders in creating the most innovative and memorable services that truly reflect the life lived. Ride In Peace Motorcycle Hearse Company was born from our passion to continually find innovative ways to send our loved ones out “in style.” Watch Brunswick RIP Motorcycle Hearse Video :30 secDan Dwyer is offering services for an alternative farewell ride for motorcycle enthusiasts or people looking for a unique way to be sent off on their final journey. It is our firm belief that your loved one’s passion for riding should not have to end with his or her passing. That is why we provide a service by which family and friends alike can send off their loved one in a fashion that is fitting with the lifestyle they’ve live. Read ICCFA article Personalization can go beyond the funeral service.
Michigan Memorial Funeral Michigan
Omps Funeral Home Virginia"At Omps, we specialize in special touches. It is important to us to make the funeral or cremation service as unique as the individual – to show family, friends, and guests just what made that person so important to you. We have beautiful traditional hearses and transportation, but if your loved one had a wild spirit and you want to send them out in style, we can accommodate you with our Motorcycle hearse." Their Tombstone Hearse is a big hit for Omps at the local “Bike Night” . Read article in journal-news net
The Omps Funeral Home motorcycle hearse was one of the most popular attractions at Saturday’s Bike Night in Martinsburg. David G. Loy of Omps Funeral Home in Winchester, Va., said the unique hearse is used for a service about once a week and that half the people who use the hearse-cycle do not ride bikes. “They like the Victorian-style hearse,” Loy said. The motorcycle hearse was made by Tombstone Hearse Co. in Bedford, Pa. It is 18 feet long and weighs a ton. It is powered by a 2012 Custom Harley Road King Trike. A couple thousand participants and spectators filled the streets of downtown Martinsburg for the 10th anniversary of Bike Night, which is sponsored by Main Street Martinsburg and Blue Knights West Virginia Chapter V.
Journal photo by John McVey