The first funerals begin today for the 19 children and two teachers killed in a mass shooting at a Texas elementary school. The massacre in the small town of Uvalde happened one week ago today. Some of the victims will be buried in custom caskets donated by a family-run company in another small Texas town. The caskets were assembled and donated by the owner of SoulShine Industries, based in Edna, Texas, a town of six-thousand that's about 220 miles east of Uvalde. SoulShine Industries owner Trey Ganem said he and his son worked through the Memorial Day weekend to finish the caskets.