Motorcycles and Funeral Cars Help Say Goodbye

October 21, 2009 | | Comments 0

funeral carsMark Guest was known for his enthusiasm for his motorcycle and riding it every chance he could. So when a procession of funeral cars followed him to his final resting place after being killed in a traffic accident, a large group of his biker friends followed behind for an impressive show of goodbyes.

Guest was only 46 years old when he was killed. He was a father and he had many friends that mourn the loss. At the funeral chapel, it was standing room only because there were so many people that wanted to pay their respects to the man they nicknamed “Pedro.”

“Pedro died when life still offered so much to him, his family and his friends,” said Reverend Cecil Mann during the service. “Motorbikes were his life. He enjoyed being on the open road.”

Pedro was also known for loving music and reading. “He was a deep thinker and a truly loving and caring person. That’s why there are so many people here today,” said the reverend.

It’s always sad when such a beloved person gets killed in the prime of their life. We probably all know someone like this in our life. We should all strive to be like this to others. Maybe the world would be a much better place if there were more people like Pedro.

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