Joe Tetz Horse Drawn Funerals
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Make your loved one's last journey one that will be forever remembered and cherished by family and friends. A special farewell for a special person.
When was the last time you saw a funeral procession being led by a pair of majestic Friesian horses hitched to a beautiful Horse Drawn Hearse? The passing of a President?
A Horse Drawn Hearse may be the
answer to that age old question. How can
we show the world how special our loved
one was to us? They deserve more than just
an "ordinary" service. Show the
world that your loved one was "special".
to Joe Tetz Horse Drawn Funeral Service.
The photo above was at the service of a fallen FBI agent. Visit the Fallen FBI page to see what types of service is available for our hero's.This page will show the Fire co. fling the american flag, the Horse Drawn Hearse transporting the casket, Bag Pipers marching through the cemetery to the grave site, the soldiers that will do a 21 gun salute, the Riderless horse as we travel all the roads to the cemetery, the Military Helicoptors doing a fly by. It's a great honor to be part of such a service. Make your or your loved ones last journey on earth a special one in this horse drawn funeral hearse.
Matlosz, 27, was killed in the line of duty on Friday afternoon in Lakewood after being shot three times while sitting inside his patrol car during a routine stop. Some 10,000 police officers, from departments as far away as Canada and the Bahamas, were present at the ceremony, according to a spokesman from the Lakewood police department. They overflowed the FirstEnergy Park, stadium of the minor league Lakewood BlueClaws, he said. Funeral was held at St. Mary of the Lake Roman Catholic Church. Inside the church, the Matlosz family and Lakewood police department fill the church. Chris was a devoted son, brother, and soul mate to fiancee Kelly and a proud member of the Lakewood Police Department. He was a man who enjoyed life and had the gift of laughter to share with fellow officers and friends. Chris' life, though short in years, was rich in service to family and community. His presence touched the lives of everyone he met.
Military Caisson Video
Bee Tree Trail helping with a military funeral, Members of the Pa. National Guard 228th Forward
Support Battalion accompany the Horse Drawn caisson carrying the casket of a military officer that died in Iraq to Nisky Hill Cemetery
in Bethlehem. This caisson is used by MIlitary, Veterans, and all public servants.
Meet our team of Friesian horses the horses that will be pulling the horse drawn funeral hearse or the horse drawn military caission.Friesians are the kindest, most intelligent, most trainable horses in the world. Friesians excel in Dressage, as harness horses, and on trails. Their wonderful dispositions set them apart from all other breeds as the perfect family companion. The name of the Friesian breed originates from “Friesland” (“Fryslan” in the Friesian language), one of the eleven provinces of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, situated in the northwest of Europe. It is an old country, with a history dating back to 500 B.C. The Friesian horse was originally imported to North America in the seventeenth century but the breed was totally lost in North America due to crossbreeding. The Friesian was not reintroduced to North America until 1974. There are currently more than 30,000 Friesians registered worldwide in the Dutch Friesch Paarden Stamboek. Approximately 2,000 of those horses are in North America today
Woody Funeral Home
Above the hearse was part of a Funeral service in Orange New Jersey for Woody Funeral Home, Going from the church on Hillside Ave New Jersey, to the Rosedale Cemetery in Orange New Jersey. Here the family members walked with the hearse on the way to the cememtery in New Jersey.
Perry Funeral Home
The funeral above was performed in Newark NJ by Perry Funeral Home
Horse Drawn Caisson
Tetz Horse Drawn Caisson at a cemetery in Shoemakersville Pa. is being used for a Veteran from the Leibensberger Funeral Home in Hamburg Pa.
The Riderless Horse
One of the oldest and most evocative of military traditions in a full honor funeral is that of the riderless, caparisoned horse. The horse is led behind the caisson wearing an empty saddle with the riders boots reversed in the stirrups. This indicates the warrior will never ride again..
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Horse Drawn Hearse
Jack and Jill
Horse Drawn Caisson
The Caisson driven by Joe Tetz Coach & Hearse Co. Is transporting a World War II Vet from the Feeney Funeral Home on 4 th st. in Reading to Laureldale Pa. The Caisson is offered here to all War Veterans
Horse Drawn Caissons for sale
Horse Drawn Hearse
This hearse was built im 2000 for the Heintzelman Funeral Homes and is currently used today in Schnecksville and Hellertown, PA. This is a repliaca bult by Joe Tetz of the hearse built by Pease
Pall Bearers Coach
The Pall Bearers Coach driven by Bee Tree Trail Is transporting a World War II Vet age 100 in a parade in Fleetwood PA. sponsored by Stumps Funeral Home. This coach is used for transporting pall bearers to the grave site following the hearse or caisson or the family also can use this coach to follow.
Below are examples of what can be printed in the class
A picture taken at the Harrisburg Cemetery in Harrisburg Pa .where the funeral hearse was part of a fund raiser just before Halloween. We are also used in parades to advertise for funeral homes.
Below is a list of places we have been for a service with the horse drawn Funeral Hearse and Caisson