White Horse Graphics was established in 2015 on the foundation of providing the highest quality designs, graphic materials and installation to our clients in North Central, PA.
Although we are a fairly new company, our designer, Stacy Charles, has a long history in the sign/vehicle graphics industry with 18 years of experience. Her attention to detail, creativity, knowledge of products and exceptional customer service is highly regarded by our clients.
We fully understand that our future success depends on our clients and the relationships we build with them. We pride ourselves on being the graphic/sign shop where clients become friends and we live by the motto: "If we are not proud of the job we have done, then the job is not complete."
We would love the opportunity to provide you with a design that turns heads and sets your business or organization apart from the competition.
Summer 1997: Bradford County 4H Roundup
Stacy with BonSur
Christmas 2015 (Left to Right) "Mom" Carol Hatch , "Brother" Reese Hatch, Stacy Charles. (Front) "Dad" Floyd Hatch
September 14, 2002:
"Dad" Floyd Hatch with "Daughter" Stacy.
White Horse Graphics was a dream many years in the making for Bryan and Stacy Charles. With his business management skills, matched with her design ability and years of experience in the sign/vehicle graphics industry, it would be only a matter of time.
Once the opportunity arose, and with the support of their family and friends, White Horse Graphics was born July 1, 2015.
The first thing that needed to be done was to come up with a name for the business. White Horse Graphics was named after Stacy’s late white Arabian gelding Bon Sur, in honor and memory of her father Floyd I. Hatch.
On December 4th, 2013, Stacy’s Dad was diagnosed with brain cancer, which led to many family trips to Philadelphia for treatments. On one such trip, in the spring of 2015, Stacy announced to her Dad and Mom that the graphics business was a go and that it needed a name.
Her Dad got the biggest grin on his face and White Horse Graphics rolled right off his tongue and easy to understand, although he was beginning to lose his ability to speak. She said to him with tears in her eyes “In memory of Sur?” and he shook his head yes.
Bon Sur was bought by Stacy’s parents as a high school graduation present. He was her last 4-H project. And was the first horse to be welcomed to Bryan and Stacy’s farm in 2008. He spent his retirement years, lazing in the sun, enjoying the occasional trail ride and as a companion to the first filly born on the farm.
Sur passed away on October 17, 2013 at the age of 32 and was laid to rest where he could be with them always, right there on the farm.
After a long, hard fought battle of 2 years and 8 months, Stacy’s Dad passed away on August 26, 2016. Although he couldn’t do anything but sit in a wheel chair or his recliner, he stayed strong, positive and loved to laugh. He felt blessed and felt that every day he was here to spend with his family as a gift.
We love and miss you every day Dad. Please watch over us as we continue on this great adventure.
2001: Stacy and Bryan Engagement Picture