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Phaneuf is a 2022 Great Place to Work company

For the second year in a row, Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium received a Great Place to Work certification for 2022 based on feedback from employees.. Phaneuf’s team ranks the funeral home 43% higher than average companies are rated, according to a U.S. National Employee Engagement Study. Phanuef employees ranked the company higher than theRead more

Speakers Available

Speakers available for your organization

Buddy Phaneuf and the staff from Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium are available to speak at events and facilities on a variety of topics related to funerals, burials, cremation, death/dying and grieving.  Buddy is a fourth-generation funeral director, and has given presentations at retirement communities, libraries and seminars. His talks are interactive, with plenty ofRead more

Death Cafe

Death café scheduled for June 15 in Manchester

We often avoid talking about things that make us uncomfortable, even though talking about them can be helpful. Death is high on that list, which is why Phaneuf offers death cafés. At a death café, attendees come to talk about a variety of topics and issues related to death, such as hospice and palliative care,Read more

Nh Gives

Foundation participates in NH Gives

The nonprofit Phaneuf Family Foundation is participating in NH Gives on June 7 and 8, 2022. NH Gives is a statewide online 24-hour campaign from the NH Center for Nonprofits to raise awareness about NH nonprofits and connect donors to local nonprofits. Donations during the 24-hour campaign may be made to the Phaneuf Family FoundationRead more

Funeral Planning

Free funeral planning lunches set for May, June

When planning for the inevitable, you alleviate the burden on your family and friends of making difficult funeral planning decisions on your behalf. They won’t wonder what you  wanted; they’ll know. Likewise, if you are supporting a friend or family member with their planning, you’re helping provide peace of mind for them and their families.Read more

Nh State Veterans Cemetery

NH State Veterans Cemetery now allows non-active Guards, Reservists

Service people in the National Guard and military reserves are eligible for burial at the NH State Veterans Cemetery, regardless of active-duty status, with the newly-passed Burial Equity for Guards and Reservist Act. Prior to the act’s passage, only guard members and reservists on active duty could  be buried in the NH State Veterans CemeteryRead more

Jennifer Roberts Receives 2021 Foundation Scholarship - Phaneuf

Jennifer Roberts receives 2021 foundation scholarship

The nonprofit Phaneuf Family Foundation awarded its 2021 scholarship to Jennifer Roberts, a mortuary student from Concord attending  FINE Mortuary College. “Jennifer has the right demeanor to help families through the hardest time in their lives. We’re proud to help her toward her career as an end-of-life professional,” said Arthur O. “Buddy” Phaneuf, President ofRead more

Meet Our Arrangers: Aeriel And Kelley - Phaneuf

Meet our arrangers: Aeriel and Kelley

Aeriel Cardillo Aeriel Cardillo and Kelley Molloy joined the Phaneuf family of funeral directors this winter. Both Aeriel and Kelley knew early on that they wanted careers in the end-of-life field – and both encourage loved ones to think about funeral pre-planning. “I don’t tell them to plan ahead just because I work at Phaneuf,”Read more

Meet Our Funeral Directors: Kade Stewart - Phaneuf

Meet our Funeral Directors: Kade Stewart

Kade Stewart has helped New England families with end of life planning and arrangements for over 15 years, though he’s relatively new to the family of Phaneuf funeral directors. Kade was inspired to go into the death care industry while living in Japan. He met his future wife when he was 10, and she wasRead more

Unclaimed Remains Laid To Rest On November 2Nd - Phaneuf

Unclaimed Remains Laid to Rest on November 2nd

Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium collaborates with Mt. Calvary Cemetery to offer a “home” for unclaimed cremated remains. A public mass to honor and accept the unclaimed remains is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2, at Mt. Calvary Chapel, 474 Goffstown Road, Manchester, NH. The public mass comes on All Souls Day, commemorated byRead more