Steeped in history,
rooted in tradition,
defined by compassion.
The Art of Undertaking
Southern Calls – Volume 18, December 2018
There was no “Merry” Christmas in the small farming community of Germanton, North Carolina on December 25th, 1929, after word got out that Charlie Lawson had murdered his wife and six of their seven children. Eighty-eight years later, a small close-knit community about 35 miles west of San Antonio, Texas will not celebrate a “Merry” Christmas this year, and perhaps for many years to come.