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Allison Hirschman receives 2023 foundation scholarship - Phaneuf

Allison Hirschman receives 2023 foundation scholarship

The Phaneuf Family Foundation announced its 2023 scholarship recipient, Allison Hirschman. Allison is a student at the FINE Mortuary College in Massachusetts.  Arthur O. “Buddy” Phaneuf,  president of Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, and trustee and chairman of the foundation’s board, praised Allison. “Allison possesses the essential talents and empathy required of a top-notch funeralRead more

Unclaimed Cremated Remains Laid to Rest on Nov. 2, 2023 - Phaneuf

Unclaimed Cremated Remains Laid to Rest on Nov. 2, 2023

Cremation Society of New Hampshire and 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 Thursday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Chapel, 474 Goffstown Road, Manchester, NH. The public massRead more

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Great Places to Work 2023 Recipient

My work has special meaning. This is not just “a job.” These are the sentiments of the team at Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, a company designated a Great Place to Work three years in a row. To get the Great Places to Work designation,  all employees take a survey about the work environment andRead more

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Jeannine Glazewski Joins Phaneuf Family Foundation as Grant Writer

Jeannine Glazewski, a seasoned grant writer with an impressive career spanning the corporate and nonprofit sectors, is now the  grant writer for the Phaneuf Family Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. This exciting news comes as a beacon of hope for the foundation, as it strives to secure additional  funds to support its vital initiatives in NewRead more

Phaneuf Bestowed Pursuit of Excellence Award - Phaneuf

Phaneuf Bestowed Pursuit of Excellence Award

Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, one of the oldest family-run funeral homes in New England, received the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Pursuit of Excellence Award in Las Vegas on Monday, Sept. 11, 2023. The NFDA award is the funeral industry’s highest honor. “The entire team – what we call family – at Phaneuf isRead more

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Nominate a hospice caregiver Superstar

We are all in awe of hospice caregiving work. That’s why the Phaneuf Family Foundation created the Caregiver Superstar of the Year Award. We want to acknowledge, honor and celebrate professional hospice caregivers who go above and beyond for their patients in their final days.  Hospice caregiving is a demanding and emotionally taxing job. ItRead more

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Phaneuf Family Foundation taking part in NH Gives 2023

Phaneuf Family Foundation taking part in NH Gives 2023 The 501c3 nonprofit Phaneuf Family Foundation is participating in NH Gives on June 6 and 7, 2023. NH Gives is a statewide online 24-hour campaign from the NH Center for Nonprofits to raise awareness about and connect donors to NH nonprofits. Donations during the 24-hour campaignRead more

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On Behalf of a Grateful Nation: VA death benefits & end-of-life planning for event set for veterans and their spouses on June 15 in Manchester

US military veterans are entitled to several death benefits from the Veterans Association (VA), though some aren’t aware of what is available to them.  Many Americans say it’s important to have their end-of-life wishes known, but most of them do not do so until a health crisis occurs. The same goes for military members. ItRead more

Phaneuf Named 2023 Business of the Year - Phaneuf

Phaneuf Named 2023 Business of the Year

Business NH Magazine and the NH Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives announced the winners of the 2023 Businesses of the Year Awards, which includes Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium as the Business Services winner. Winners will be featured in the May issue of Business NH Magazine.  According to Business NH Magazine, the companies wereRead more

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Free Lunch and Learn gatherings in April and May

By planning for the inevitable, you take the burden off 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