The Cammack and Maxwell Families have been active members of the community for years. Ethel Cammack moved to Longview in the 1930's to open a boarding house and restaurant. Mrs. Cammack soon became famous for her fried chicken and family style meals which she served at her restaurant on Mobberly Avenue. Blake’s grandmother, Juanita Cammack moved to Longview from Commerce, Texas to teach alongside her uncle, legendary math teacher, C.C. Turner. In 1948, Blake’s maternal grandparents, Vance and Dot Maxwell moved to Longview from Stigler, Oklahoma to establish their family. Through hard work and dedication, they built a successful business in their adopted hometown of Longview where they also became very active in First Christian Church as well as the community. A lifelong lover of horses, Vance owned several farms through the years and purchased a farm in western Harrison County not too far from Harleton. Four M Farms became known for producing world class Tennessee Walking Horses and continues to operate today with operations split between Harleton and Longview. A graduate of Harleton High School and Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, Blake has served East Texas families since 2007 and along with his wife and sons continues to provide the highest level of service established by the Welch and Sullivan families.