Custom T-Shirts for grandfather

We Are Family by Family Remembrance - 3 days ago

We Are Family T-Shirt Photo

"This photo is family who came out to celebrate the life of my grandfather who passed 10 years ago. The photo was taken at his home in Montgomery, Alabama. It took place on Sunday, March 23, 2014. It was on this day 10 years ago that he passed away."

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Sam's 100th by Sam's 100th Birthday - 3 months ago

Sam's 100th T-Shirt Photo

"Our family wanted to honor our Dad, Grandfather and Great Grandfather on what would have been his 100th birthday. So we had one heck of a party for him. Your shirts were a hit. Everyone loved them. Teri Kay, Salem, Oregon"

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Family Fishing in Canada by CPIV - 6 months ago

Family Fishing In Canada T-Shirt Photo

"I have started creating custom T-shirts to commemorate our annual boys family fishing trips to Canada. My grandfather has been going to Canada fishing for over 35 years. My cousin on the far left is wearing our custom shirt from the year before. Oddly enough his shirt bears a picture of the three of them sitting on a rock needing to be rescued by Ontario PD hellicopter after a unplanned trip down the rapids and being stranded all day. My grandfather is 91 years old and will be going back this year for another go."

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Run for Chuck - ING NYC Marathon by !!!RUN FOR CHUCK - ING NYC MARATHON!!! - 6 months ago

Run For Chuck   Ing Nyc Marathon T-Shirt Photo

"This year I ran the ING New York City Marathon in memory of my grandfather who passed away in December after a long struggle with Alzheimer's after an otherwise very vibrant life. My family and friends who we're very impacted by the disease really enjoyed uniting around 'Run for Chuck' and raising money for Alzheimer's care. It was an unforgettable race and a great day with friends and family. I'm sure my grandfather enjoyed watching from up above. This shot is in central park close to the finish line after the race. "

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Gummy's Gang walks to end Alzheimer's by Gummy's Gang - 6 months ago

Gummy's Gang Walks To End Alzheimer's T-Shirt Photo

"30 of our family member's got together in Wilmington, DE, to walk to end Alzheimer's. We lost the most fun loving grandfather (nicknamed Gummy) to Alzheimer's, so we all wanted to come out and support the cause in his memory. I couldn't have had a better experience working with CustomInk. Everyone was so friendly on the phone, the process was seamless, shirts turned out fabulous, and the best part was when CustomInk donated money to our team, helping us raise over $1,300! "

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Alzheimer's awareness by Karyn - 7 months ago

Alzheimer's Awareness  T-Shirt Photo

"My grandfather suffered with Alzheimer's for many years and passed away in 2012. We got together and walked as a family at the 2013 Alzheimer's walk in Ithaca NY. Custom ink was great, we had a slight problem with the fading of the letters and they made a great effort to get us new shirts in time work the walk! "

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Hildy Fest 2013 by Hildy Fest - 8 months ago

Hildy Fest 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"My entire family hasn't been together since 1994 and we decided to have a family reunion and name it after my grandpa, Hildy. My sister decided to do t-shirts and I thought I would create the design of my grandma and grandpa's faces. No one knew that the shirts were going to be part of our reunion. They were a big hit and really helped the party. Alex and Justin of Custom Ink helped with my order and I really couldn't have asked for better reps. They were very helpful with pricing and shipping and got a good giggle out of the shirts as well. We will definitely be ordering from Custom Ink again!"

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Cousinpalooza at Pikes Peak! by Cousinpalooza - 8 months ago

Cousinpalooza At Pikes Peak! T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of my cousins and I at the summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado. Our grandfather passed away earlier this year, and at the funeral we all decided that we needed to get together every year for a cousin family reunion. Our shirts show a picture of a couch, because our grandfather would line all of us kids up on his couch at every holiday to take our picture, and it says Cousinpalooza in Comic Sans font, because he wrote everything in Comic Sans! I even had a man stop me and say "Excuse me, but what is Cousinpalooza? I keep seeing these shirts everywhere!" Watch out for us in Vegas next year - we're already planning Cousinpocalypse 2014, and we'll design shirts with Pachinko machines, because we all have fond memories playing that game in Grampy's garage. Custom Ink was awesome to work with! Very quick and professional and friendly. "

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Relay for Life 2013 by Team Edward - 9 months ago

Relay For Life 2013  T-Shirt Photo

"After the recent passing of my grandfather who lost his battle to cancer, my husband and I and our three children decided to start a Relay for Life team called Team Edward in honor of him. My grandfather was well known for his old Ford Model A car that he would drive in community events and on road trips with my grandmother. He also wore a hat when he drove his car that was similar to the one my son is wearing in the picture and the car on the t-shirts are in memory of him and his car. CustomInk was wonderful to work with and offered helpful suggestions to make the car on the t-shirt much like the car that my grandfather drove. They offer extraordinary product and service by assisting me in honoring one of the most important people in my life. Thank you CustomInk!"

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Grandpa Climbs for Everett by Julie - 9 months ago

Grandpa Climbs For Everett T-Shirt Photo

"Grandpa hikes 14'ers in Colorado and this year he turned his climb into a fundraiser for his grandson, Everett, who was diagnosed with A.L.L Leukemia in August, 2012. We didn't have the thought of turning the climb into a fundraiser until almost time for the hike. Thank you, CustomInk.com for your prompt service! We were able to get the shirts mailed out so the whole family could wear our shirts on Saturday, July 20, 2013, as we cheered Grandpa on! "

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