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We are the Hopkins County (Texas) Military Coalition.  We were formed in late 1996 from local American Legion, VFW, DAV and public folks who desired to honor our veterans with military graveside honors, including a firing squad and flag folding.  We also present to the next of kin a framed plaque with the deceased veteran's name inscribed.
Since our inception we have performed 330 funerals in a County of 30,000 population.  We had to limit our scope because we were getting requests from non contiguous counties.
We were among the first to use your bugle.  We are extremely happy with the sound and quality.  A record player is no comparison.  Folks think our bugler is actually playing the instrument. The loved ones will forever remember the beautiful, somber, reverent tones echoing across the burial place.
We have ordered the multi call insert because our scope has grown.  We now are asked to perform at flag raisings, presenting colors at assemblies, parades, public meetings and innumerable events.  This insert will be of great help. 
We thank you for your efforts developing this much needed outstanding product.
You may use this information any way you wish.
Captain Joe Reid Scott, USN (Retired)
Accredited Veterans Service Officer, Hopkins Co., Texas
P. O. Box 371
Sulphur Springs, TX 


Just a note to let you know that we purchased out ceremonial bugle about a year ago. We are very happy with it and highly recommend that any veterans organization with an honor guard purchase one if they have not already done so. 

Keep up the good work,
John Farmer
Post Commander
VFW Post 3912
Litchfield, Illinois

Thanks for the info.  We do have a ceremonial bugle and are very proud of it.  Our Honor Guard has used it at many funerals since we purchased it.  Again, thank you.


The test of the ceremonial bugle was outstanding and the acceptance by the families was tremendous. The families thought this was a much better and more professional means of sounding “Taps” as apposed to a CD.

Col.(ret) Wayne Medley, Director Missouri National Guard’s Funeral Honors Program.



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