Cowboy Tributes

This special Cowboy Tribute is for all those who have gone on ahead of us.

This is only one of many ways that we can share, inform, comfort and encourage the loved ones who are or have experienced a loss.

We sincerely hope that this Cowboy memorial will be a way of sharing not only the pains of loss but so many of the wonderful memories that we will cherish forever.

The Eoffs

5 Responses to Cowboy Tributes

  • SusieQ says:

    To The Eoff Family,

    I have been coming to the Chuck Wagon Races for over 8 years with The Tator Diggers. I wanted to thank you for the opening your home for the races. My boyfriend/fiance Dale Riley came with me for the 1st time two years ago. He passed away Feb. 18 of a sudden heart attack. I knew Dale for over 10 years and when I say this it is not lightly. The moment he drove onto the ranch he was at home he loved it the races, horses and the people. As soon as we came home he started planning for the next year. He didn’t own a horse but he was a Cowboy in the true since. They made a slide show of all the pictures he took and his family saw a side of him through the pictures he took at the ranch. I miss him awful but I’ll be back again this year because I know it would be what he wants and my time at your ranch is like being with family. So again I can’t thank you enough for all your family does to bring everyone together.

    Susan Eichler

  • kcbelle says:

    Ron Edens from Caney, Kansas passed away unexpectedly on June 16, 2009. He was the driver for John 3:16. He traveled to Clinton every year to race Classics and was recognized for his 10th year in 2008.
    Chuckwagon races were a lifelong passion of Ron’s. He went to be with the Lord while he was working on his wagon. He will be missed.


    Dan & Peggy,
    Thank you for including my Mother in your Cowboy Tributes, she loved the Chuckwagon
    races and she always enjoyed camping until her health made it difficult for her to
    no longer camp.
    You were always willing to accomidate to her and my dad, and to that I am extremly
    Thank you again!
    Belinda “Harris” Golden

  • camocowgirl says:

    Frances Harris, Crazy J’s driver and owner’s, wife passed away on Jan. 11, 2008. She will be missed dearly by all of us.

  • Peggy Eoff says:

    We want to express our deep sympathy to all the Not Quite Right Bunch for the loss of Jerry “Hogjaw” Hollingshead. His funeral will be held on Friday, March 22, at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Amity.

    He will also be remembered during the Empty Wagon ceremony before the Saturday performance of the Chuckwagon Races.

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