Goliath Casket caters to customers who've lived larger than life. The company's "triple-wide" casket, its largest model, has become increasingly popular since the company's founding in the late 1980s, with a 20% rise in sales each year for the model. Goliath's other eight 20-gauge steel models range from 29 inches wide to 52 inches wide and up to eight feet long (that's wider than a king-size bed and taller than most humans). It's seeing requests for caskets for taller people. The company was founded in 1985 by casket welder Pee Wee Davis and his wife Mary. Their son Keith Davis and his wife Julane run and own Goliath Casket.