The Shadricks loved their motorcycles.
"My Dad had two Harleys," says Randall Shadrick, the couple's son. "He was working on one riding the other. Mom always wanted to get on the back and cruise, putt around Evansville."
They loved their family.
"I think Dad would choose the grandchildren over the bikes," he says.
They loved helping others.
"Our oldest daughter was born with some special needs. So, we had done some for her years ago, and this was their way of giving back for all the people that helped us out," says Leslie Shadrick, the couple's daughter-in-law.
On August 24th, the couple was riding in a charity poker run when a tire on the motorcycle they were riding blew, causing a deadly crash.
"I never thought I'd be without a Mom and Dad at the age of 33," Randall says.
But they're not grieving alone. More than 200 bikers rode the streets for the Shadricks, raising money to help pay for funeral costs, and remembering the good times.
"We've been hearing lots of things all day to how good both Cleta and Randy were, to how generous and giving they were, to how much both of them were extremely hard workers," Leslie says. "They would not want anybody to not ride. That was their love, because it was a fatal accident or a tragic accident, it didn't mean they didn't want anybody to quit riding."
The Shadricks aren't in the run, but their passion and love for poker runs keeps going.
"Right now, they're looking down on us, smiling, pretty happy," Randall says.
Family members tell me they hope to hold the poker run every year. They're considering raising money for local rehab centers next year.