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American Flag Etiquette

Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium Collects Unserviceable American Flags for Proper Disposal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Stephanie McLaughlin, 617.899.2856 24/7 drop box set up in Manchester Manchester, NH, September xx, 2017 – Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, one of the oldest family-run funeral homes in New Hampshire, is collecting worn, tattered or torn American flags and will use its facilities to provide a respectful retirement. As aRead more

Veterans Cemetery

Student Helps New Hampshire Families Find Veteran Loved Ones’ Graves

A Bow high school senior, Elin Warwick, chose a unique subject for her senior project – one that will help New Hampshire families keep track of the graves of their veteran loved ones for years to come. Warwick used advanced technology to assist NH families in tracking veteran’s markers at the New Hampshire Veteran’s cemetery,Read more

Mandy Desmarais: Nh Patriot Guard Riders’ Honoree - Phaneuf

Mandy Desmarais: NH Patriot Guard Riders’ Honoree

We are proud to announce that our very own Mandy Desmarais has been honored by the New Hampshire Patriot Guard Riders! The New Hampshire Patriot Guard Riders is a chapter of a nationwide organization that seeks to give and inspire respect for our nation’s fallen warriors. Comprised of veterans and non-veterans alike, the Patriot GuardRead more

We'Re Honored To Have Been Involved In &Quot;Wreaths Of Boscawen&Quot; - Phaneuf

We’re honored to have been involved in “Wreaths of Boscawen”

  Sayr Hurley, a member of Phaneuf Funeral Home had the honor of attending the annual wreath-laying ceremony at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, Dec. 12. The Blue Star Mothers of NH began the “Wreaths at Boscawen” event as a way to honor the veterans buried at the cemetery. Each year theRead more

A Radio Show, Pre-Planning Seminar And A Thanks To Veterans - Phaneuf

A Radio Show, Pre-planning Seminar and a Thanks to Veterans

We’ve got a couple of great things coming up in the next week that I’m excited to tell you about. First, our guest on this week’s installment of our radio show “Dying to Talk” will be Lee Webster, President of the National Home Funeral Alliance. We’ll talk with her about the increase in home funerals. HomeRead more