The Cammack Family and staff of Welch Funeral Home care about more than just funerals. It is the families and the communities that we serve that we truly care about, and that passion for people extends far beyond the professional services that we provide. To give back to our community, we initiated “Cammack Cares”, our community giving program that promotes community involvement with a number of charitable activities sponsored by local organizations. It is our joy to give back to the families we serve and to those in need
Please call Blake Cammack at (903) 663-3737 or email@example.com if you would like more information about the Cowboy Cadillac or Cammack Cares.
The Cowboy Cadillac is the center piece of “Cammack Cares”. If you are looking to make a statement at your upcoming event, surprise a family member or friend with something unique, or show your Texas pride out on the road, don’t look any further than our Cowboy Cadillac limousine. The Cowboy Cadillac is a fun way for us to give back to the community and is available to community organizations, churches, schools, and non profits for special events, photo opportunities, silent auctions, transportation, school activities, fundraisers, parades and more! However, the car is not available for rent for personal use.
The Ford F-500 delivery truck is reminiscent of our earlier days when we operated as Welch Hardware and Undertaking. We are have come a long way since then. When Blake Cammack saw this truck a few years ago at Longview Community Ministries Touch A Truck, he had to have it. The truck spent many years in Oklahoma at an oil museum before coming to rest in a barn in Upshur County for many years. The previous owner found it in the barn, spruced it up and as they say the rest as history. If you are looking for a unique picture background at your event or perhaps the trucks fits with your theme, give us a call. You can find this truck at local trunk or treats and parades through out the year.
In 1939, Henney Motor Company of Freeport, Illinois produced over 1,200 Packard funeral cars and ambulances. The Packard was an emblem of excellence and any funeral establishment that had one was considered to provide the highest quality of service. In August of 2022 we acquired one of the last surviving Packard /Henney funeral coaches from Julian Peeples Funeral Home in Dalton, Georgia. Mr. Peeples procured the car from the Pacific Northwest and had it shipped to Dalton where he personally oversaw the restoration.