PHOTOS: Pimp My Casket! Houston business ‘next level’ in funerals

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Barron and Leslie Preston are the owners of Casket World USA, and the Houston business owners are second-to-none in providing unique final resting beds for clients.  From the ELEGANT to the OUTRAGEOUS, take a look at some of the items sold by Casket World USA .  Casket World has been called upon for many high-profile funerals, from H-Town legend Wickett Crickett to Alton Sterling, who was shot and killed by Baton Rouge police.

Casket World USA is located at 9605 Mesa Drive / Houston, TX 77078.  Click here for more information.

 

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