Texas man donates caskets to shooting victims

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After the shooting at a Texas church left 26 people dead, one man wanted to do something to help families of the victims.

In the town of Edna, 100 miles southwest of Houston, Trey Ganem owns a shop that creates and sells custom caskets.

"I couldn't imagine that happening to my family," says Ganem, "but I see it happen to other family and it really just hits home."

Ganem decided he wanted to do something. He's offered to build custom caskets for the victims of the shooting.

So far, he's worked on creating a "princess style casket", painted a sparkling pink. 

"God gave me this gift, and my gift is not painting caskets... that's my talent. My gift is helping families to know this is not the end."