Proof there are still good people out there.
As we continue to process the horrific school shooting that happened last week at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, there have been tons of people around the world who have been willing to help the community. Trey Ganem is one of them. Ganem runs a a family owned business out of Edna, Texas called SoulShine Solutions, which customizes caskets.
… He told CNN that the Texas Funeral Directors Association contacted him about making custom caskets for the children and teachers who passed away during the shooting, and him and his 25-year-old son have been working tirelessly ever since. Ganem said he and his son finished all 19 caskets over the holiday weekend, working basically three days straight on around six hours of sleep. He says the caskets were purchased from a company in Georgia that worked for 20 hours straight to build them.
… He also met with family members of those who passed away, asking how they would like them customized, and the responses ranged from softball, to Tik Tok, to Spiderman.